Aaron Meyers from Comics Therapy discusses productive, positive lessons to learn from the Comics For Kids controversy about how (and how not to) run a non-profit. Part 2 of 2
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Show Notes and Links
- Since the recording of the first installment of this series, Comics For Kids founder Michael Whitehead has continued to aggressively confront critics, use questionable language and tactics, and pivoted to running a "comics & boobs" hashtag campaign on his personal Twitter feed, which has intermittently disappeared completely.
- Michael Whitehead has since apologized to Aaron and his co-host Andrea using a Twitter feed he has since deleted. Three one-star reviews of Comics Therapy, made by Whitehead's followers, remain on iTunes as of this posting. They are the only non-five-star reviews of Comics Therapy in iTunes.
- Articles at Bleeding Cool and The Outhousers (odd name) about the controversy, for reference.
- Giant Size co-host John Gholson called in on Comics Therapy episode 43.