Charlie Hebdo is a French publication. - On Monday January 7, 2015, 12 slain were slain in an attack on Charlie Hebdo.

Understanding Charlie Hebdo Cartoons- Begin by reading this page about the type of cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo.

Attack on Charlie Hebdo- BBC news Charlie Hebdo Attack- Three Days of Terror

Journalists React to Charlie Hebdo massacre : Poynter 'Nous Somme Tous Charlie' : Journalists React to the Shootings at Charlie Hebdo

Acclaimed graphic artist Joe Sacco of theguardian: Joe Sacco: On Satire- response to the Charlie Hebdo Attacks

Huffington Post: These are The Charlie Hebdo Cartoons That Terrorists Thought Were Worth Killing Over January 7, 2015

New York Daily News slide show: Cartoonists Around the World Respond to Charlie Hebdo Attack With Powerful Drawings

Chicago Business Chicago, U.S. cartoonists respond to Charlie Hebdo Attack January 9, 2015

Below is a 2012 cartoon from The New Yorker. Why is it relevant to the Charlie Hebdo attacks?

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Huffington Post Artists Around the World Respond to the Charlie Hebdo Attacks by Jackson Connor and Priscilla Frank January 7, 2014

Huffington Post Newspapers React to Charlie Hebdo Attack with Show of Solidarity on Front Pages by Ed Mazza

NPR: Why You're Not Seeing Those Charlie Hebdo Cartoons January 10, 2015

Six PEN Members Decline Gala After Award for Charlie Hebdo

Charlie Hebdo editor says the Paper is done with Prophet Muhammed Cartoons

The Abuse of Satire by Gary Trudeau Garry Trudeau on Charlie Hebdo, free-speech fanaticism, and the problem with “punching downward” April 11, 2015 The Atlantic

"Charlie Hebdo's Recovery from Attacks Open New Wounds for Staff " New York Times October 25