Thursday, November 11, 2004

"DRY BONES" CARTOONIST FIGHTS ANTI-SEMITISM WITH HUMOR

Ya'akov Kirschen, the cartoonist behind the renowned "Dry Bones" strip in the Jerusalem Post, announces his new project in an article by Sue Fishkoff (who I just met on Sunday at my AJPA Workshop) in the JTA:

The artist has formed a nonprofit organization called The Dry Bones Project to combat the “lies and ugliness” of anti-Semitism through humor...

“We want to use every kind of humor to carry this out,” he declares. “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if people started telling jokes like, ‘Two anti-Semites were on a train…’ ”

For more information, click here.

1 Comments:

At 3:29 PM, November 11, 2004, Blogger muse said...

Not funny, oy.
Sorry.
It's just that there's so much anti-semitism around. I hope that he knocks some out.

 

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Thursday, November 11, 2004

"DRY BONES" CARTOONIST FIGHTS ANTI-SEMITISM WITH HUMOR

Ya'akov Kirschen, the cartoonist behind the renowned "Dry Bones" strip in the Jerusalem Post, announces his new project in an article by Sue Fishkoff (who I just met on Sunday at my AJPA Workshop) in the JTA:

The artist has formed a nonprofit organization called The Dry Bones Project to combat the “lies and ugliness” of anti-Semitism through humor...

“We want to use every kind of humor to carry this out,” he declares. “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if people started telling jokes like, ‘Two anti-Semites were on a train…’ ”

For more information, click here.

1 Comments:

At 3:29 PM, November 11, 2004, Blogger muse said...

Not funny, oy.
Sorry.
It's just that there's so much anti-semitism around. I hope that he knocks some out.

 

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