Category Archives: Education

What Lies Beneath: The Watchmen and the Cruelty of Masks Panel at #ComicConatHome

Preview Day of #ComicConatHome started the same way SDCC has in previous years. It’s schedule showcased education panels from 3pm PDT to 6pm PDT, mostly provided by GeekED. One, in particular, was “The Watchmen and the Cruelty of Masks panel”. Panelists included: Dr. Kalenda Eaton (University of Oklahoma), Dr. David Surratt (University of Oklahoma), Hailey Lopez (UC Berkeley), Robert Hypes

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Black History Year-Round: Film and TV to Watch for a History Lesson

Just like Moses reruns that auto-loop their way through Easter weekend, Roots plays on repeat on just about every television at some point during Black History Month. Then, it vanishes from TV until next year. But with the country up in protest over the police murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and too many others, we need to

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SDCC 2020–What’s It Like to Live a Sci-Fi Conspiracy Out Loud?

It’s Not a Conspiracy If It’s True Comic-Con at Home today kicked off with a roster of panels geared mostly toward teachers. Never has there been a panel so perfectly timed as the “Conspiracy Theories and Propaganda Through Pop Culture” panel, which featured STEM teacher Guadalupe de la O, writer G.L. Lambert, teacher a YouTube personality J.D. Lombardi, and writer

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Watch the Blerd Galaxy Team at the East Coast Age of Black Comics Convention

The Black East Coast Back Comics Creators E-Philly Convention was earlier this month, and the Blerd Galaxy team had a panel tho themselves. Listen as Marqueeda, Regine, Jonita, and Vanee discuss the state of comics and blerdom. The ECBACC Con airs online due to COVID-19 this year. For 18 years, the con has been a space for An annual gathering

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