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Chan Lowe T-Shirt on The Daily Show

One of the radicals being interviewed in this video clip from The Daily Show's coverage of the Washington D.C. gay rights march last weekend kindly sent me this link.

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You may recognize the cartoon on his T-shirt (about the third or fourth scene into the video), which appeared in the Sun Sentinel and in this blog last April. Because of its advocacy of giving homosexuals equal treatment in the armed forces, this cartoon has gotten a huge amount of play around the Web.

The wearer of the T-shirt tells me that it received many compliments during the march. My thanks to him for the link.

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Election night fun and games, Part II

Once again, follow along as this remarkably articulate fellow guides you through the vicissitudes of working on Election Night deadline.

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About the author
Chan LoweCHAN LOWE has been the Sun Sentinel’s first and only editorial cartoonist for the past twenty-six years. Before that, he worked as cartoonist and writer for the Oklahoma City Times and the Shawnee (OK) News-Star.

Chan went to school in New York City, Los Angeles, and the U.K., and graduated from Williams College in 1975 with a degree in Art History. He also spent a year at Stanford University as a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow.

His work has won numerous awards, including the Green Eyeshade Award and the National Press Foundation Berryman Award. He has also been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His cartoons have won multiple first-place awards in all of the Florida state journalism contests, and The Lowe-Down blog, which he began in 2008, has won writing awards from the Florida Press Club and the Society of Professional Journalists.
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