When events like last weekend's mass shooting made the headlines, it can be hard to make sense of such a tragedy. And often times, we'll look outside of ourselves to get the perspective we need.
Jack Ohman helps frame times like these in his artwork: he's the editorial cartoonist for the Sacramento Bee, and this year's winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning.
He's covered everything from the California drought, to gun control, to hostages crises. KALW’s Angela Johnston spoke with Ohman about his craft, and how he uses his cartoons to frame current events — in just a single frame.
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