Jul. 16th, 2017

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Raised by a filmmaker/painter father and psychotherapist mother, Adam Savage (born July 15, 1967) worked as a child actor in TV commercials and music videos until he was a teenager. Since then, Adam has been an animator, toy designer, carpenter, graphic designer, projectionist, scenic painter, stage designer and welder. Little did he know that all of these jobs would one day aid him in his career as a MythBuster. http://ift.tt/2uwluwc

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I feel like there needs to be some kind of post for MCU fans on How To Write About Africa because I feel like there’s a lot of people out there who want to write about Wakanda and T'Challa but are worried about being problematic and that makes me sad because there’s SO MUCH GREAT meta to be had about T'Challa and Wakanda but at the same time there’s a lot of legitimate concerns about perpetuating racist stereotypes and yeah.

T'Challa and Wakanda could be such a great way to introduce people to amazing sci-fi concepts that people should know

This is SO needed. 

It’s so easy to be like ‘just try it!’ but the problem with this website is that people don’t think its okay for people to make mistakes. I’ve gotten messages from people who want to write about T’Challa/Wakanda but are nervous about how their work will be perceived and its so sad. 

We really need to gather some people who’d be interested in writing a nice little info post!

I’ll start

How to Write About Africa

How to Write About Africa II: The Revenge

Wikipedia - Afrofuturism

An Afrofuturist Reading List

We Are Wakanda

Writing With Color

You Don’t Know Africa 

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The trend of Coloring up black and white drawings is not as new as we have thought it to be. As par the latest discovery, this 18th-century practice has been reinvented and the New York Academy of Medicine Library has made this leisure activity more accessible for color enthusiasts!

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stills from My Neighbor Totoro (1988), Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989), Howl’s Moving Castle (2004), & Ponyo (2008)

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