See this cartoon on the Honduran coup
The Honduran Coup, A Graphic History, by Dan Archer and Nikil Saval, uses cartoons to tell the story of the coup and the arrest of the president. Rory Carroll, writing in the Guardian, praises the work for giving more historical context, going back to 1900 and relating recent events to "a century of US skullduggery in central America".
Update, March 2010: Here is another episode of the cartoon, concentrating on the repression since the election in Honduras on 29 November 2009.
Has anyone found other cartoon strips that explain and inform about human rights?
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