Aaron McGruder casts a sharply satirical eye on relations between blacks and whites in his highly successful, provocative comic strip The Boondocks. Through the voices of Huey Freeman, his brother Riley, and their grandfather, McGruder fearlessly targets American presidents, public office holders, performing artists, and institutions. In this Sunday feature that is produced entirely digitally, Huey and his friend Caesar take on the FBI. McGruder launched his strip in print in 1997 in the University of Maryland’s student newspaper while completing a degree in African American Studies. When syndicated by Universal Press Syndicate in 1999, Boondocks appeared in 195 newspapers, making McGruder one of the few black cartoonists represented on the comics pages of major daily newspapers.