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JL8 #69 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.
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jl8comic:

JL8 #69 by Yale Stewart

Based on characters in DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.

Like the Facebook page here!

Don’t forget to come see me September 8-9 at Baltimore Comic-Con, Table 278!

TOTALLY GET GIRLS BOOKS!!!

— 2 years ago with 1063 notes
#dc  #superman  #batman  #books  #comic 
bookorithms:

A lovely Book Week poster from 1924, designed by Jessie Wilcox Smith, who illustrated many children’s books.

bookorithms:

A lovely Book Week poster from 1924, designed by Jessie Wilcox Smith, who illustrated many children’s books.

(via fuckyeahbookarts)

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#Illustration  #books  #girl  #boy  #1920s 
im1004:

The Twilight Zone “Time Enough at Last” (1959)

im1004:

The Twilight Zone “Time Enough at Last” (1959)

(via vintagegal)

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#twilight zone  #gif  #Black and White  #tv  #1960s  #books  #glasses 
Latino activists smuggling blacklisted books into Arizona →

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Latino activists who have dubbed themselves “librotraficantes,” or “book traffickers,” are planning to smuggle books into Arizona.

The symbolic act is a repudiation of Tucson school authorities’ decision to remove from classrooms seven books written by Latino and Latin American authors, including Paulo Freire’s well-known “Pedagogy of the Oppressed.”

Latino educators and activists nationwide are appalled by the decision.

Tony Díaz, a Houston writer, had the idea of playing with anti-Latino stereotypes like the narco-trafficker and delivering a shipment of “illegal” books to Arizona.

“What’s happening in Arizona has a chilling effect,” says Teresa Gutiérrez, organizer with the New York May 1 Coalition. “These are books that opened my eyes to my own history and culture.”

Gutiérrez and immigrant, student and teacher groups have organized a protest against Tucson’s policies for Saturday at 11 a.m. in front of the New York Public Library.

(via socialuprooting)

— 2 years ago with 663 notes
#latino  #books  #arizona  #banned books  #tucson  #activists 
El Ateneo- Brazilian theater turned library!

El Ateneo- Brazilian theater turned library!

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#books  #library  #theater  #brazil  #latin america