KFOC 2015 Guest Speaker Darrin Bell Wins RFK Prize!
The Kenosha Festival of Cartooning is pleased to announce that one of our 2015 speakers, editorial cartoonist Darrin Bell, has been awarded the 2015 RFK prize for editorial cartooning!
The prize is given by the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights.
Mr. Bell, whose editorial cartoons are syndicated by Washington Post Writers Group, won the award for a portfolio that largely focused on deaths at the hands of police in New York and Ferguson, Missouri.
You can find the full story on the prize and further samples of Darrin's award winning work here.
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