The Herald Sun newspaper has republished its controversial cartoon of tennis star Serena Williams on a defiant front page in which it attacked its critics and foreshadowed a future where satire is
The Herald Sun newspaper has republished its controversial cartoon of tennis star Serena Williams on a defiant front page in which it attacked its critics and foreshadowed a future where satire is outlawed.
THE paper behind the controversial Serena Williams cartoon has published an extraordinary front page response to its critics. IF you thought the Herald Sun was going to back down, guess again. The
One of Australia’s biggest newspapers has defended its ‘racist and sexist’ Serena Williams cartoon with a defiant front page. The Herald Sun found itself at the centre of a race row after its depiction of the tennis great, which shows her jumping over a broken racquet next to a baby’s dummy.
Serena Williams cartoon: Herald Sun publishes defiant front page defending ABC Local – 11 Sep 2018 «WELCOME TO PC WORLD,» read the paper’s headline, over a collection of Mark Knight cartoons , including the depiction of Williams spitting a dummy and stamping on her racquet.
Murdoch-owned Australian newspaper REPRINTS its racist Serena Williams cartoon on defiant front page. The Herald Sun republished the cartoon on Wednesday with another defense
Defiant Newspaper Reprints Controversial Serena Cartoon On Front Page Melbourne’s Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight’s caricature of Serena Williams throwing a …
Sep 12, 2018 · ‘Welcome to PC world’: Paper defends Serena Williams cartoon. Amid anger at its decision to publish a «racist» cartoon of the tennis star, the Herald Sun runs it again on a special front page.
Author: Sky News
gallery: mark knight’s latest cartoons To argue the Williams drawing is racist is an attempt to defeat cartooning — and satire — with a politically-correct barrage.
Under the front-page headline «WELCOME TO PC WORLD», the newspaper wrote Wednesday that «if the self-appointed censors of Mark Knight get their way on his Serena Williams cartoon, our new
Defiant Australian Paper Reprints ‘Racist’ Serena Williams Cartoon, This Time on Front Page Melbourne’s Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight’s caricature of Williams throwing a tantrum at the US Open was originally printed on Monday, attracting widespread condemnation from across the world.