This is Anya Agarwal and Ellora Israni, two Stanford university students who founded She++. It began as the first women’s technology conference in Stanford and has since blossomed into a full fledged community that inspires women in computer science. In order to achieve their goals they…
This one is about coding and a teacher who wrote in about what she does in her class! Had fun trying to make a picture that shows a kid posing while in class, and a bunch of kids learning. With programs like Black Girls Code or Girls Who Code Team, this quick drawing reminded me of that. Shout out to Art director Suzanne Lindgren. See the original post
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Word!!! In there, come thru yall!
@bettiono Presents @Reninawrites and @Hafrocentric, (Juliana “Jewels” Smith) for their Oakland book launch.I am going home ya’ll.
We will be discussing Black women’s storytelling on and off line. I will have books, t-shirts and post cards for sell. Come say #heybewhay.
Please share and reblog. We are trying to make it pop off:)
Been reading about Black Aviators and saw something about Bessie Coleman-had to reblog. Awesome zines!!!
My friend Marya just opened an etsy with her awesome zines that are definitely worth checking out, especially -
"Mocha Chocolata Momma zine: a series that celebrates the lives of black women— real or imagined."
We have the Bessie Coleman zine at Barnard and have ordered the others from Marya’s new shop.
the story in Venezuela is not what i thought it was at first. I thought it seemed fishy first that Chavez died how he did, and now this with the protests? Heres some info a homie shared with me today.It seems the US govt is up to its old tricks of trying to oust govts it disapproves of/or deems undesirable. Peep game yall, everything is not what it seems. Reminds me of what happened to Aristide in Haiti and this quote from Malcolm X
"If you’re not careful the newspaper (media) will have you hating the the people who are oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing"