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Johannes Leak and Kamala Harris (Images: AAP/Joel Carrett and Gage Skidmore/WikiCommons)

Australian media refuses to confront racism. Again

The Australian's racist Kamala Harris cartoon shows just how little is changing in our media — and how many journalists are willing to look the other way.

Battle of the Leunigs raises big questions

Motherhood ain't a motherhood issue any more.

EXCLUSIVE: at home with Leunig, drinking breakfast absinthe on fairy floss carpet

Satirist Ben Pobjie recounts a delightful afternoon he spent in the company of Australia's leading cloud cartoonist.

‘If I don’t go back, the government wins’: the cartoonist risking 43 years in prison for art

Political cartoonist Zunar is facing up to 43 years in prison in Malaysia. But he's determined to face his accusers, writes Claudette Yazbek.

We are quick to blame a tweet from a Muslim urging violence against those at a Texas cartoon exhibition. But what about the hate speech of Islamophobe Geert Wilders?

The radical danger of Geert Wilders’ free speech

We are quick to blame a tweet from a Muslim urging violence against those at a Texas cartoon exhibition. But what about the hate speech of Islamophobe Geert Wilders?

A Fairfax newspaper has run a cartoon poking fun at African people for having fat lips, rejected elsewhere for being "too offensive". The <em>Bendigo Advertiser</em> has offered a full apology.

Fairfax sorry for the ‘throw away’ racist cartoon that made it to print

A Fairfax newspaper has run a cartoon poking fun at African people for having fat lips, rejected elsewhere for being "too offensive". The Bendigo Advertiser has offered a full apology.

A cartoon by <em>The Australian</em><em>'s Bill Leak lampooning Holden workers has angered leading labour figures. That and other media tidbits. </em>

Media briefs: lefties fume at Leak sketch … vale Peter O’Toole …

A cartoon by The Australian's Bill Leak lampooning Holden workers has angered leading labour figures. That and other media tidbits.

News Corp Australia has tied itself in knots reporting on a study that investigated the links between IVF and autism. That and other media tidbits.

Media briefs: who to believe? … Election Watch … Rupert behind bars …

News Corp Australia has tied itself in knots reporting on a study that investigated the links between IVF and autism. That and other media tidbits.

The <em>New Yorker</em> is famous for fact checking and its quirky cartoons. But are cartoons fact checked? Absolutely, says cartoon editor <b>Robert Mankoff</b>.

Fact checking New Yorker cartoons

The New Yorker is famous for fact checking and its quirky cartoons. But are cartoons fact checked? Absolutely, says cartoon editor Robert Mankoff.

Most days, <em>Daily Proposition</em> sends you off gallivanting into the world at large, to see operas and make Yiddish grandmother soups. But today, the suggestion is closer to home!

Read First Dog on the Moon’s ebook!

Most days, Daily Proposition sends you off gallivanting into the world at large, to see operas and make Yiddish grandmother soups. But today, the suggestion is closer to home!

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