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To some, December means the end of the year, the end of the warmth and the return of caramel macchiato and pumpkin spice latte addictions.
For me, December means the end of stress, other people’s labor and the beginning of beautiful snowy landscapes, family gatherings and time I can call my own. I have time to dive into ideas I dreamed up during the summer months and tackle fall’s loose ends. I’ve always done my best writing and thinking over winter breaks. Something about the cool air just clears my brain of all the clutter.
Winter is here. Capricorn season is upon us.
And so is 2012. Sooooooo much happened….
What’s a GIF, you ask? Well, since a GIF is worth a thousand words…..
Except if you’ve ever tried to search for the perfect, pro-womyn of color GIF, then you already know. Not so easy. Not easy at all.
Go forth! Make those images of womyn of African, Asian, Latina & Native American descent move, shake, flash, beep, bling, snark, cuss, fart, and frakk. Submit them to the ‘Kit here. Or toss them up on your Tumblr, Twitter or blog and send us a message so we can reblog. Or shoot them to us in an email (email@example.com). But send them our way! Because the WOC Survival Kit is here for and accountable to YOU.
The #AntiJemimas of the WOC Survival Kit
Mia and I are so ecstatic that our Shawty Got Skillz fam will be heading to the Allied Media Conference this year! The Allied Media Conference is what made To the Other Side of Dreaming even seem like it was possible. We want our community to be able to experience the transformative stretching of our imaginations that we did.
Please support Shawty Got Skillz in attending the AMC! You can chip in to their fundraising efforts at shawtygotskillz.tumblr.com.
Stacey and Mia
Mia Mingus and Stacey Milburn are friggin amazing. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this video and for the love. Shawties got mad skillz.
Check their project out: The Other Side of Dreaming. And donate to the Shawty Got Skillz trip to Detroit!
One of the guiding principles behind Nuñez Daughter and iwannalive productions and, well, the ‘Net, is that making media should be as cost free as possible. Computers and internet access are already very, very expensive (net neutrality is good for #blackgirls). No one should have to pay hundreds of dollars for word processing or photo editing software, blog editors, and storage on top of that. Unofficially, 90% of the tools used to make and maintain Nuñez Daughter and iwannalive productions are free of charge.
A favorite tool of ours is Picnik.