Cartoonists around the world address the Paris tragedy with powerful images.

Cartoonists around the world address the Paris tragedy with powerful images.
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Cartoonists from around the world are creating art to reflect the personal and collective grief in the wake of the Paris attacks. Putting pen to paper (or stylus to tablet), they are sending messages of love, solidarity, sadness, and pain, often better than words can.

Paris in mourning.

Paris as peace.

Peace for Paris

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Paris as a rose.

https://www.instagram.com/p/-I-jzjNK17/?taken-by=sarrah_chalabii

 

Paris is weeping.

Paris is bleeding.

 

Paris in tears.

No more violent!🌿 🇫🇷#prayforpeace #paris #colorpencil #drawing #sketch #illustration #instadaily

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Paris as defiant.

Paris in prayers.

Paris and resistance.

Paris still shines.

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Paris is the City of Light.

Paris is about life.

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Cartoonists are also responding to how the attacks affect Muslims around the world and reflect the media's priorities.

This is not Islam.

The media's focus.

https://www.instagram.com/p/-I_03tsSVs/
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They all deserve our attention.

#Paris#Beirut#Iraq#Syria#KilometreparisbyAlexandraSenes#FedericaMatta

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