Alcaraz, Lalo

Lalo Alcaraz

Lalo Alcaraz is the creator of the first nationally syndicated, politically themed Latino daily comic strip, La Cucaracha, which is read in over 75 newspapers and websites including the Los Angeles Times by Universal Press Syndicate. He has been an award-winning editorial cartoonist since 1992 and his work has appeared in publications across the country and on national and international television. His books include Latino USA: A Cartoon History (2000), Migra Mouse: Political Cartoons On Immigration (2004). He’s the co-host of KPFK Radio’s satirical talk show, The Pocho Hour of Power, and cofounded the seminal Chicano humor ‘zine, POCHO Magazine.


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