In the almost 100 years The New Yorker magazine has existed, it's published thousands of cartoons. Yet never in its history had a black female cartoonist published for the magazine – that is, until Liz Montague came on board. For VOA, Karina Bafradzhian spoke with Montague and has more in this report.
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