by Emily Kesselman
Emily says, "I drew this after a rash of swastika graffiti incidents occurred in Philadelphia, my home city, the week following the election. One person started a "Let The Light In" campaign where they took a swastika and turned it into a window with the sun shining through it."
by Brianne Burnell
Brianne says, "Every time I leave my house I am afraid for my safety, but I never feel more unsafe than I do taking public transit. Trapped in a metal box just trying to get to work safely, trying to determine who is safe and who is not and positioning myself accordingly, reading the statistics in my city and learning that according to REPORTED incidents a woman is sexually assaulted every 3 days on the TTC. "
by Julia Breckenreid
Julia Breckenreid is an illustrator living in Toronto, Canada. Julia says "I drew this while thinking about how others feel it is their right to control women's bodies."
by Rina Ayuyang
Rina Ayuyang is a cartoonist from Oakland, California. Rina says, "This comic gave me a chance to express my sadness, and anger over what may happen in the next four years, and my commitment to stand up and fight at all costs!”
by Sophia Zarders
Sophia says, "As a queer and Black femme, I am infuriated by the recent election. I wanted to create an image that shows the fury and determination felt by myself and my peers in various marginalized communities."
By Caitlin Keegan
Caitlin says, "Created in a fit of rage the day after Election Day. I've been using it as my Facebook profile photo."
by Amy Camber
Amy says, "I made this one in the days that followed the election. Rest assured, I am a fighter and will join the front lines of every struggle we face under a Trump presidency. But for a moment, I wanted to acknowledge all of the women who felt cast away, who felt isolated on their icebergs in the weeks before and after the election. That feeling is real and I wanted them to know that they weren't alone."
by Andre Carrilho
Andre says, "This is about how the political discourse is influenced by the gun lobby."
by Carol Lay
Carol says, "Done in Dec 2015, changed copy in last panel from 'If trump wins.' All quotes real."