Robyn Jordan is a cartoonist based in Seattle. She makes mini comics and drawings, and teaches art in a public elementary school in Capitol Hill. She serves on the Short Run Comix and Arts Festival board. Her nonfiction memoir and journalism comics have been featured in various publications, including the Stranger, Seattle Weekly, Narratively, Bright, and the Huffington Post. She is a member of THE HAND, an art collective that creates collaborative comics. Visit her website here.
You can learn more about the Bazaras in this story by Kulsoom Rizvi at the International Rescue Committee.
This comic was originally published on The Development Set.
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