Not in my country

Cartoonist-journalist Joe Sacco, famed for essayistic comics like Safe Area Goražde or Palestine, has a short story in this weekend’s Guardian newspaper.  Not In My Country deals with the way the island of Malta deals with the influx of African immigrants.  As ever in his stories, Sacco doesn’t explicitly take a stance with regard to his subject : he gives a podium to different voices, and leaves it to the reader and his intelligence to draw his conclusions.

(with thanks to Comix Influx‘s Stephen Betts for pointing this out)

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