After our brief intermission, the latest entry into the Private Files of the Fowl, “PARDON ME SIR, I MEANT NOT TO DO IT,” continues:
(Words by Jesse Snavlin, pictures by Dan Schkade)
Even just a dollar helps us keep the lights on. And please, if you like this page, reblog that thing! The more eyes on our project, the more potential we have to gleam like the jewels in the pitch we are.
We continue to be flattered like crazy at the great reception San Hannibal #1 has, well, received. Thank you to everyone who took a shot on our weird book — and if you haven’t yet, there’s always room for more. San Hannibal #2 comes out in June! Check your Diamond catalogues.
Pretty heartbreaking. These beautiful and bright students deserve so much better. Above I included some of the photographs (there’s many more) of Black women who are students there because I think it’s important to point out how racism is not only impacting Whites’ perception of their intelligence but also how White people approach their appearance as well, in gender-specific ways. This is heartbreaking to me albeit not surprising. The myth that working hard = happy payoff is a fairy tale. Racism is ubiquitous.
I really wish them the best with their education and the ability to navigate these microaggressions and overt acts of racism. This stuff increases stereotype threat and impacts mental health and health which impacts performance. I want the best for them. Much love. ❤
That last woman looks like Antonia Thomas.
These women are goddesses.
Man… If I had a dime for every time someone said I didn’t sound black, my student loans would be paid in full.
This is a signal boost for a talented lady.