September Cover of the New Yorker by Eric Drooker



The New Yorker’s new cover, which will be on newsstands next week and was drawn by Eric Drooker, tries to sum up how the event has felt for those in Ferguson, in a single still. In the New Yorker post on their new cover, Drooker says that the past few weeks in Ferguson reminded him of growing up in Lower Manhattan, and that he is glad „the intensive militarization of America’s police forces is finally being acknowledged after the horrors of Ferguson.”



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