Coral and the King, Part 1
Ta-da! Now you can read my really old comic I did many moons ago. It’s my first complete comic, so it has its faults, and it’s a little depressing and the dialogue may not be as logical or flowy as it could be but I put a lot of heart into it, so I hope you enjoy it u-u
Also, I’ll be selling 30 hand-bound copies of this comic at APE in SF! (They are signed and numbered and I probably won’t print these ever again because wow so old) So if you liked it, and would like one on your bookshelf, you should buy one ! *u*
(also sorry for blurry images, indesign did a sucky export job and fixing 40 pages is too much work for me ._.)
Seattle joins a growing number of cities officially recognizing Native American history
Columbus Day will now be known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle.
The Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously approved the re-designation, which acknowledges that Native Americans were living in North America well before Christopher Columbus “discovered America” in the 15th century, Reuters reports.
The change, which will go into effect before the Oct. 13 holiday this year, marks the second major city in the U.S. to officially re-designate the day, after Minneapolis’ vote in April. (Though the city of Berkeley, Calif., ceased observation of Columbus Day in 1992.)
The change faced some opposition from some members of Seattle’s Italian-American community, who view the day as a celebration of their cultural heritage (Columbus hailed from Genoa, Italy).
The Seattle School Board voted last week to observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Columbus Day on the same day in public schools.
Two clay bisons of Le Tuc d’Audoubert cave, Ariege, France. 14 000 years old
650 40-second exposures of star trails make for a dizzying sky by Lincoln Harrison
LotR + Blades