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Hear Pedro X. Molina in conversation with Barbara Adams at FLEFF

Internationally acclaimed political cartoonist and ICOA artist-in-residence Pedro X. Molina spoke with ICOA board member and Ithaca College writing professor Barbara Adams on March 26 as part of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. A video of the event is now available.

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A Christmas Story

On Christmas Day 2018, Pedro X. Molina, his wife, and their two young children traveled from their small city in the north of Nicaragua to the airport in Managua. With just carry-on baggage, they told the authorities they were going…

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Inside the Cartoonist’s Mind

Online event Tuesday, December 1, 4 p.m. ET How do you make sense of a complicated world in a single panel? In “Inside the Cartoonist’s Mind: Creativity in Challenging Times,” Ithaca City of Asylum’s artist-in-residence Pedro X. Molina and nationally syndicated cartoonist Rob Rogers provide a…

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“Crossing the Line” available for streaming

“Crossing the Line,” our Banned Books Week presentation featuring cartoonists Pedro X. Molina and Rob Rogers, was a smash success, with more than 300 people watching from all over the world. Pedro and Rob’s stories were moving, informative, and entertaining,…

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Pedro & Jonathan on human rights show

ICOA artist-in-residence Pedro X. Molina and ICOA board chair Jonathan Miller were interviewed on WRFI‘s Human Rights Show on Friday, September 18. Pedro talked about the political situation in Nicaragua and the circumstances surrounding his emergency departure in December 2018…

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“Crossing the Line” Celebrates Cartooning and Risk

Online event Friday, October 2, 7 p.m.  Please join Ithaca City of Asylum (ICOA) and City of Asylum Pittsburgh for “Crossing the Line,” a virtual (and highly visual) conversation about cartooning, free expression, censorship, and personal risk. The free online event will take place on Friday, October 2,…

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Pedro tells his story in Pittsburgh magazine

“I think humor is one of the best weapons that we have when we are dealing with oppressors,” ICOA artist-in-residence Pedro X. Molina says in a 4,000-word interview in the online magazine Sampsonia Way. “But every time they tighten their…

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Update: Hanging on but could use help!

We send our warmest greetings in this strangest of summers, a season of uncertainty and turmoil, awakening and hope. We wanted to catch you up on what we’ve been up to and invite you to lend a hand. A busy…

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