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2 engineers have created the intelligent alternative to Barbie girls will actually want to play with 

Hobbs and Eaves’ Miss Possible series of dolls are modeled after real women who’ve had path-breaking success in science, technology, space and information technology. Their product is designed to be more than a toy, however. Their first doll will be the childhood version of Marie Curie, the Nobel Prize-winning chemist and physicist best known for her discoveries in radioactivity. An accompanying app tells girls about Curie’s life and lets them do experiments and activities like making a compass, initiating a chemical reaction with simple household things like glue and magnets. 

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Acrylic and marker on paper EtG 2011

Acrylic and marker on paper EtG 2011

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Acrylic and marker on paper EtG 2011

Acrylic and marker on paper EtG 2011

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BLACK HISTORY MINI DOCS - Nelson Mandela
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Haunting GIF shows what CO2 would look like if it was visible
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Collage and paintings EtG 2013

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'The Butterfly Tree - An Anthology of Black Writing from the Upper Midwest', edited by Conrad Balfour, Many Minnesotas Project / New Rivers Press, Minneapolis, 1985.
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21st century portrait photography: Samuel Fosso’s selfie dressed as Malcolm X.

artnet:

21st century portrait photography: Samuel Fosso’s selfie dressed as Malcolm X.

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It’s been happening for a while now. Brooklyn — once a beautiful, messy mix of cultures and communities shaped through a long history of migrations — is being shrink-wrapped once again into a neat bite-sized stereotype. If you saw Catey Shaw’s popular new anthem “Brooklyn Girls,” you’d know the new Brooklyn. Apparently, it is no longer the epic and incomprehensible mass that stretches from Sheepshead Bay up to the Pulaski Bridge. It is the L-Train, and any place where young white people can dress like they’re in a circus and not be mocked openly on the street.
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