The AAUGH Blog Podcast episode 03: Franklin’s real life mother

In 1968, Harriet Glickman wrote to Charles Schulz to encourage him to integrate the comic strip by adding an African America character to Peanuts. In this episode, we talk to her about why she wrote that letter, and how it caused a controversial change to America’s most popular comic strip.

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Comic-Con Peanuts panels report

Well, my time at Comic-Con is over for the year, but there were two good Peanutsy panels. The first one, covering Peanuts and NASA, I was possibly the last audience member allowed into the very full room. The panelists, including folks from the Schulz Museum, Creative Associates, NASA, and CollectSpace, …

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Comic-con panel: Snoopy Space Traveler: The History and Future of Snoopy and NASA

A panel has been added to the Comic-Con schedule, covering the expanded Peanuts/NASA alliance. Here’s the official description: Discover how cartoonist Charles M. Schulz partnered with NASA to bring everyone’s favorite beagle Snoopy to the moon in this retrospective panel about the history and future of Snoopy in space. The …

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Peanuts back in space!

The Peanuts folks have put outĀ a press releaseĀ announcing a new effort with NASA, the National Air and Space Administration, about their plans to generate new educational content and a school curriculum for teaching about deep space exploration. They say that more details will be released at Comic-Con next week. This …