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International Scholar Pedro X. Molina

Contributed by Kellie Wainwright on 09/05/19 

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We welcome you to ICOA’s annual Voices of Freedom event at 8 pm on Friday, Oct. 4 at CSMA; it will feature a presentation by Pedro and include a welcome party for him and his family.

 Pedro Molina is an international scholar and internationally acclaimed political cartoonist, illustrator, and journalist from Nicaragua. In December 2018, when the offices of news media outlet Confidencial were taken over by government forces, Molina fled his country during a national crackdown on journalists and government critics. He and his colleagues continue to publish daily in Confidencial.com.ni, either from exile or from other locations in Nicaragua.

In summer 2019, Molina won the prestigious Maria Moors Cabot Award in international journalism from Columbia Journalism School for “career excellence and coverage of the Western Hemisphere that furthers inter-American understanding.” 

Molina’s work has been published in various books, including several editions of Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year by Pelican in the United States and the Gallimard/Cartooning for Peace collection in France.

We welcome you to ICOA’s annual Voices of Freedom event at 8 pm on Friday, Oct. 4 at CSMA; it will feature a presentation by Pedro and include a welcome party for him and his family.

If you have any questions or would like to talk about related topics, please reach out directly to pmolinablandon@ithaca.edu or honors@ithaca.edu or visit https://www.ithaca.edu/honors/vis/

 

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