A combination of childhood antics, contemporary political-social satire and a young man’s love of hip-hop, Aaron McGruder’s groundbreaking comic strip, The Boondocks, has turned into a national, thought-provoking hit in both print and on television, challenging minds and attitudes with a searing satirical bent. Today McGruder through sensitive presentation of actual scientific, historical and cultural research (not really) including educational videos, talks about his view of the always shifting fortunes of the Black America in what is already being called “The Year (2009) of the Negro.” Sponsored by the Earlham Program Board, the Artist and Lecture Series Endowment Fund, and the Holiday Inn of Richmond. Tickets required: $5/adults, $3/students and seniors. (amybryant)
A Right to Be Hostile: The Boondocks Treasury 524 copies, 4 reviews
Boondocks: Because I Know You Don't Read The Newspaper 327 copies, 2 reviews
Public Enemy #2: An All-New Boondocks Collection 256 copies, 3 reviews
Fresh For '01... You Suckas: A Boondocks Collection 221 copies, 1 review
Birth of a Nation: A Comic Novel 203 copies, 8 reviews
All The Rage: The Boondocks Past and Present 119 copies, 4 reviews
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