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9Feb/150

Comics and Human Rights: The Forgotten Women of Comics

At the end of a wonderful week of articles on the LSE Human Rights blog focusing on comics, human rights, and representation, comes my "mic drop" moment - a look at the forgotten women of comics history.

These women were popular, successful, influential and brilliant, yet repeatedly omitted from the history books with the great exception of "herstorian" Trina Robbins.

This is a brief look at just some of those women, built upon my university and ongoing research, and has had an amazing reaction - I'm thrilled!

Read the full article here: The Forgotten Women of Comics

Patty-Jo 'n' Ginger - Jackie Ormes, 1951

Patty-Jo 'n' Ginger - Jackie Ormes, 1951

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