David G. Brown: 20 Years at The Sentinel

Editorial Cartoonist David G. Brown and The Los Angeles Sentinel are celebrating a 20 year partnership.

For the last 20 years, award-winning artist David G. Brown has enlightened and educated L.A. Sentinel readers with creative political cartoons. His humorous, yet insightful images offer thoughful commentary on pressing issues of the day.

Reflecting on his newspaper career, Brown said in a 2019 interview, “I appreciate working at the Sentinel. It’s a chance to motivate, inspire and educate my community and I am really passionate about that.”

© David G. Brown Studios

The L. A. Sentinel profiles and appreciates David here.

Brown has received numerous merit awards from the National Newspapers Publishers Association for Best Editorial Cartoon. The organization represents more than 230 Black-owned publications across the country. Most recently, he was recognized as by his alma mater with the Stockton University Alumni Achievement Impact award for his community service as a mentor, role model and educator.

The Sentinel has an archive of the last eight years of David G. Brown cartoons.

3 thoughts on “David G. Brown: 20 Years at The Sentinel

  1. The criticism implicit in the bloody desk chair is right on the money, but the caption perpetuates an all too common logical error: it should read “What they could not care less about

  2. Nicely done, David! 20 years with a newspaper — that’s some superhero territory!

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