Citizenship: Wakanda

When you see me you would know that you saw me
Because she always got on her game and her good shoes...

I know that my attachment to science fiction literature has shaped my worldview in a major way. Science fiction literature invites us to contemplate what I believe are 2 of the most important words in combination, in language: What. If.
It is in the exploration of that question - what if- that all things in this realm become possible. That’s what science fiction literature has brought into my life. I cut my teeth on Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein, and I simply love the genre. As an adult, my favorite science fiction author has become Octavia Butler. If you haven’t read her yet, RUN and pick up her books. Also, there’s a series of anthologies that come out once a year of science fiction shorts, they’re called The Year’s Best Science Fiction series. There are some thirty or more of them, all compiled and edited by Gardner Dozois. I love these, they are staples for my bedtime reading. They are amazing, they really are amazing.

blackhistoryalbum:

VINTAGE COMICS
— DC’s Girls’ Love Stories #159 (May 1971). Illustrated by Werner Roth

blackhistoryalbum:

VINTAGE COMICS

— DC’s Girls’ Love Stories #159 (May 1971). Illustrated by Werner Roth

twloha:

In honor of Dr. Maya Angelou’s passing, we wanted to share this with you. Here is, in her mind, the best advice she’s ever given. 

(via positivelypersistentteach)

(Source: vibes-and-simplicity, via thedeluxshow)

(Source: vibes-and-simplicity, via thedeluxshow)