This African-American Artist’s Cartoons Helped Win World War II

Smithsonian – The Office of War Information hired a black artist named Charles Alston to create a series of motivational drawings especially for African-American newspapers during World War II. His subject matter ranged from famous black heroes to the necessity of growing victory gardens—all in an attempt to boost morale and African-American war contributions.

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