Our team: Various artists creating and researching custom infographics pertinent to today’s headlines with a historic angle. When the truth can get you fired or your home surrounded by a mob, a site like ours is needed.
Censorship free: Social media sites are suppressing content at a record pace, blurring the concept of the public square and free speech. Facebook is flagging stories older than 90 days in a blatant attempt to downgrade the past. Google is using Wikipedia to stamp their agenda on YouTube content. Twitter is making it difficult to not see your followers’ posts, replacing the feed with algorithmic approved content.
Sourcing: We believe in the traditional method of double sourcing content. Rarely do we use anonymous sources and if so only from trusted verified individuals, where it is clearly stated.
Showcasing talent: We also love to highlight others’ great visual work, in all cases linking back to their site in hopes of increasing their engagement in this era of shadow banning.
“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blows not the trumpet, and the people be not warned: if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away for his iniquity, but his blood will I require at the watchmans hand.“Ezekiel 33:6 (Geneva Bible 1560)
Editor-in-chief: georgeknight [at] historyinfographics.com
Web design inquiries: maryjenner [at] historyinfographics.com
Story tips and submissions: editors [at] historyinfographics.com