Today's NYT OP-ED
MARCH 3, 2009
One of the things I love about this field is the opportunity to contribute to the works and thoughts of historical figures. Such was the case when Leanne Shapton at The new York Times called with an Op-Ed assignment for an editorial written by Nobel Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu. (article here)
He writes about the reluctance of Africa's various leader's to cooperate with prosecuting Sudanese leaders with war crimes for the genocide happening there. Archbishop Tutu's assertion is that the only way to lasting peace in the region is through justice for the millions of victims.
Thanks so much Leanne for letting me rub virtual elbows with a man of his voice. (about Tutu)
After getting an approval on this sketch we decided to make it a bit more dramatic by extending the arm.
Sketch which was initially approved
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