Yo, la peor de todas.

Karina Esperanza: Artist, Educator, Fairy Tale Princess, Explorer of the World.

doodle4nf:

An essential part of our annual Doodle4NF auction is our doodler’s awesome abilities to be creative. Sometimes, staying creative and inspired can be tough.
Here’s 33 ways to keep on creating!

doodle4nf:

An essential part of our annual Doodle4NF auction is our doodler’s awesome abilities to be creative. Sometimes, staying creative and inspired can be tough.

Here’s 33 ways to keep on creating!

— 7 hours ago with 27 notes
leseanthomas:

"This is what the next generation of engineers looks like
Black Girls CODE introduces young girls of color to computer programming, mobile app development, robotics and other STEM fields, so the girls can learn how to build the tools they want to see in the world. The non-profit is a global organization, with chapters in Oakland, Calif., Atlanta, New York and even South Africa, with expansion to eight more cities planned for next year. Every chapter targets girls of color between the ages of 7 and 17, formative years for capturing the girls’ interest in STEM and building their self-confidence.
"Science is magic, and our girls are opening their eyes to the fact that they can learn to become the magicians," says Bryant, who launched the company with a class of 12 girls.
But the reach of Black Girls CODE has grown exponentially in two years; the roster now exceeds 2,000 girls. Bryant was named one of the White House’s Champions for Change in the tech sector, and Black Girls Code was named one the “2012 Most Innovative Nonprofit.”
Source: http://mmxlii.com/this-is-what-the-next-generation-of-engineers-looks-like/

leseanthomas:

"This is what the next generation of engineers looks like

Black Girls CODE introduces young girls of color to computer programming, mobile app development, robotics and other STEM fields, so the girls can learn how to build the tools they want to see in the world. The non-profit is a global organization, with chapters in Oakland, Calif., Atlanta, New York and even South Africa, with expansion to eight more cities planned for next year. Every chapter targets girls of color between the ages of 7 and 17, formative years for capturing the girls’ interest in STEM and building their self-confidence.

"Science is magic, and our girls are opening their eyes to the fact that they can learn to become the magicians," says Bryant, who launched the company with a class of 12 girls.

But the reach of Black Girls CODE has grown exponentially in two years; the roster now exceeds 2,000 girls. Bryant was named one of the White House’s Champions for Change in the tech sector, and Black Girls Code was named one the “2012 Most Innovative Nonprofit.”

Source: http://mmxlii.com/this-is-what-the-next-generation-of-engineers-looks-like/

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thevegancart:

(Via: http://ift.tt/1bje1AJ) 23 Vegan Meals with Tons of Protein - Get great vegan recipes from here http://ift.tt/1cMyG1f

thevegancart:

(Via: http://ift.tt/1bje1AJ) 23 Vegan Meals with Tons of Protein - Get great vegan recipes from here http://ift.tt/1cMyG1f

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— 7 hours ago with 48 notes
latimes:

latimespast:

July 20, 1969: Neil Armstrong walks on the moon.
(Previously on L.A. Times Past: That’s one small word to argue over)

Our front page, 45 years ago today.

latimes:

latimespast:

July 20, 1969: Neil Armstrong walks on the moon.

(Previously on L.A. Times Past: That’s one small word to argue over)

Our front page, 45 years ago today.

— 14 hours ago with 231 notes

Will we ever see L.A.M.B return to New York Fashion Week?
 Interesting you should ask, I am going to do some sort of presentation or show this September. The only reason I haven’t lately is because it falls when my kids go back to school and I was like, ‘Oh, I guess I will go to NYFW and miss my kid’s first day of kindergarten.’ No. This year it falls on a different week so I can be in both places

Will we ever see L.A.M.B return to New York Fashion Week?

Interesting you should ask, I am going to do some sort of presentation or show this September. The only reason I haven’t lately is because it falls when my kids go back to school and I was like, ‘Oh, I guess I will go to NYFW and miss my kid’s first day of kindergarten.’ No. This year it falls on a different week so I can be in both places

(Source: puregwenstefani, via fyeahgwenstefani)

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saltysojourn:

Mayan Women reversing that white settler-colonial gaze.

saltysojourn:

Mayan Women reversing that white settler-colonial gaze.

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— 21 hours ago with 2218 notes
generic-art:

Happiness (1998) dir. Todd Solondz

generic-art:

Happiness (1998) dir. Todd Solondz

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misandry-mermaid:

Interesting how we’re always hearing how shameful and irresponsible it is to be a teen mom.

But we never hear the same messages directed at teen dads.

Or even the words “teen dad”.

It’s almost like society demonizes women’s sexuality and sexual choices while absolving men of all sexual responsibility and judgement.

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