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Morrie Turner

Morrie Turner, The First Nationally Syndicated African-American Cartoonist, Passes Away

Wee Pals

Morris "Morrie" Turner passed away on Saturday.  In 1965, Turner became the first African-American cartoonist to have a nationally syndicated comic strip when he created Wee Pals, which itself was the first strip syndicated in the United States to feature an ethnically diverse cast.

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