|—||Becky’s in the Back Seat, pt.3: Day the First, pt. 3: More Viz Media Then You Can Shake a Stick At|
My start for Sunday was a rocky one. That’s not entirely surprising as I went drink for drink with someone drinking beer. I woke up at about 5 or 6 in the morning and eased my way back in to being …
Hey, I’m back. I’ve had a lot happen in my life in the last 3 months. Between losing 2 of my grandparents and losing my job… I’ve had an interesting 3 months. I’m getting back on that horse and giving a big ol’ middle finger to those three months… there will be more writing.
Long time, no hear. Well, here I am with a review that seems both timely and appropriate. So, enjoy! http://www.whichwaytohollywood.com/2014/05/02/wir-sind-die-jaeger-attack-on-titan-review-spoiler-free/
Here it, some more short story for you to read. Enjoy!
This is a short story inspired by a Free Company member from Final Fantasy XIV. Enjoy!
And you and all of your friends each want to get the top. From the base of the mountain, the top looks really small and it doesn’t seem like there’s going to be enough room for everyone. Even if it is big enough, you aren’t sure that all of your friends are going to make it all…
This is so important to remember. No one makes it to the top alone.
Just some writing about a TV show from long, long ago and far, far away.
I’ve spent almost two decades teaching in English primary schools, which serve multiracial, multicultural, multifaith communities. I want to explore two things I have noticed.
1) Almost without exception, whenever children are asked to write a story in school, children of colour will write a story featuring white characters with ‘traditional’ English names who speak English as a first language.
2) Teachers do not discuss this phenomenon.
Furthermore, simply pointing these two things out can lead to some angry responses in my experience.
Why are you making an issue of race when children are colourblind?”
is an example of the sort of question that sometimes gets asked.
Well let’s look at that. If children were writing stories where the race of characters was varied and random, there might be some merit in claiming that children are colourblind. However, even proponents of racial colourblindness do not argue that all people are White… and English. They argue that race no longer matters. If that’s true, why are young children of colour and young white children writing exclusively about white characters?
Read the full article by HipHopTeacher at Media Diversified!
This is actually quite interesting… i wonder why that is. I’m going to save this for further reading.