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Everyday Superheroes
Lee Block: Everyday Superhero
Lee Block: Everyday Superhero
Sasha Matthews’ Everyday Superheroes project started off as a fundraiser for ACLU. Her idea was to draw real people doing what they love in life, but in the form of a superhero. This one was commissioned by Elizabeth Lynn to celebrate her daughter Lee Block. She likes reading and writing and is interested in politics and social justice. Read more about the Everyday Superheroes project on Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls.
Hall of Heroes
Scott Matthews: Everyday SuperheroAmy Harmon: Everyday SuperheroMigi Matthews: Everyday SuperheroPaul Southworth: Everyday SuperheroCoe Family: Everyday SuperheroesSuzi Matthews: Everyday SuperheroNoura Ali: Everyday SuperheroSami Ali: Everyday SuperheroMichael Andresen: Everyday SuperheroChacho: Everyday SuperheroJay Rohrlich: Everyday SuperheroMelissa Cohen: Everyday SuperheroElise Bauer: Everyday SuperheroPatti Rohrlich: Everyday SuperheroOrsola De Marco: Everyday SuperheroEmily Harmon: Everyday SuperheroSage Bailey and Zola: Everyday SuperheroesKatie Holten: Everyday SuperheroJustin Schein: Everyday SuperheroAmy Tingle and Lola: Everyday SuperheroesQuentin Hirsch: Everyday SuperheroSuma Villanueva: Everyday SuperheroJean Gardner and Paul Ryan: Everyday SuperheroesBeverly Bartlett: Everyday SuperheroSarah Finnerty: Everyday SuperheroPhilip Cohen: Everyday SuperheroJuliana Guarrera: Everyday SuperheroLarry Garber: Everyday SuperheroJill Matthews and Hank: Everyday SuperheroesRuth Ryberg: Everyday SuperheroJason Wojciechowski: Everyday SuperheroJesse Selengut: Everyday SuperheroLeslie Wang: Everyday SuperheroMarley Robilotti: Everyday SuperheroOliver Tracy and Max and Bella: Everyday SuperheroesCara Rosenburg: Everyday SuperheroJoe Gleberman: Everyday SuperheroMyella Davis: Everyday SuperheroMacin Davis: Everyday SuperheroRose Wallace: Everyday SuperheroEric Shuffler: Everyday SuperheroOlivia Kahn-FitzGerald and Xtra Chezz: Everyday SuperheroesSusan Herman: Everyday SuperheroDavid Auten: Everyday SuperheroCris Taylor: Everyday SuperheroMacNeill Family: Everyday SuperheroesApril Frederick and Ghisallo and Paloma: Everyday SuperheroesRandy and Joan Walker: Everyday SuperheroesChantel McAhren: Everyday SuperheroDavid Goldstein: Everyday SuperheroDan White: Everyday SuperheroBobby Kasthuri: Everyday SuperheroClara Lemlich: Everyday SuperheroMary Carmichael: Everyday SuperheroBarbara Pearlman: Everyday SuperheroAmy Lovell: Everyday SuperheroSusan Tannor: Everyday SuperheroBryan Sheppard: Everyday SuperheroNicole Winkler: Everyday SuperheroLeigh Forsyth: Everyday SuperheroChristine Bellevue: Everyday SuperheroJonathan Falco: Everyday SuperheroLynne Moskowitz: Everyday SuperheroMarc Wishingrad: Everyday SuperheroCarole Kersey: Everyday SuperheroKatherine Snelson: Everyday SuperheroCarolyn Stillwell: Everyday SuperheroDavid Murphy and Lita: Everyday SuperheroesGinger LaBella: Everyday SuperheroBill Plevan: Everyday SuperheroMike Matthews: Everyday SuperheroNina Riggle and Nerps and Emma: Everyday SuperheroesLee Block: Everyday SuperheroSteve Marmel and Lovey and Lambeau: Everyday SuperheroesMartin Hinshaw and Argos and Nanita: Everyday SuperheroesTalia Beebe: Everyday SuperheroFinn Beebe: Everyday SuperheroBart Provoost: Everyday SuperheroGail Campbell: Everyday SuperheroMilo and Elias Zaklad: Everyday SuperheroesSteve and Cynthia Harmon: Everyday SuperheroesEmma Bates: Everyday SuperheroRandi Vicory: Everyday SuperheroAnthony Romero: Everyday SuperheroHarvey Moskowitz: Everyday SuperheroJaime Reichner and Annie: Everyday SuperheroesBarbara Harmon: Everyday SuperheroAnna Thomas and Olive and Hazel: Everyday SuperheroesSasha Matthews: Everyday Superhero
Cartoonist, Activist, 10th Grader
Sasha Matthews with Pyramid Gang makeup
Sasha Matthews is a cartoonist, activist, and 10th grader. She is known for her “Everyday Superheroes” ACLU fundraiser, her work on Microsoft’s “3D Holiday” campaign, and as a guest on NBC’s “Little Big Shots.” Her commentary has been published by The Nation, Boing Boing, Hyperallergic, and The Mary Sue. Scholastic revised the participation terms for its national Art and Writing Awards in response to her advocacy. When she was in 2nd grade, HBO animated her brief history of the universe. Sasha’s mix of cartooning and activism has been recognized by Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, Crain’s “20 Under 20,” the New York City Council, US Senator Kamala Harris, and former First Lady Michelle Obama. She has been a speaker at the NYC Women’s March, ACLU’s Membership Conference, the United Nations Girl Up Summit, and the Clara Lemlich Awards at the Museum of the City of New York. Four of her self-published comics are available from local bookstores and online.

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