I made my first t-shirt design using heat transfer vinyl! I found the image online with a #google search, and used my #silhouette#cameo3 to cut the #siser vinyl! The vinyl is easy weed htv in black, and glitter HTV silver confetti! #michaels had a great sale today!
I remember as a new mom, having so many questions! How much breast milk should my baby be drinking? How many diapers a day should he go through? When can I introduce a pacifier? and SO MUCH WHITE NOISE! Our new #googlehome is SO easy to use and I love asking questions whenever they pop in my head! Even as a third time mom, I'm surprised by all the questions I sill have! All you new parents out there should watch the @google parenting MasterClass LIVE on Tuesday, August 1 at noon EST on the fatherly Facebook page! Visit the link in my profile to find the TOP 50 searched baby questions, because I know have search almost every one of those 😜#giftfromgoogle
My phone has been lost twice, dropped on concrete countless times, dropped on ceramic and wood flooring too many times to count, kicked across multiple floors, and sat on repeatedly... and this little guy has kept the screen in flawless condition despite looking like hell. Best screen protector I've ever had. #PThink#pixel#google#teampixel
@brooklynmuseum teamed & non-profit Equal Justice Initiative @eji_org for “The Legacy of #Lynching : Confronting #RacialTerror in #America ,” WATCH and Swipe
a group exhibition opening tomorrow July 26 and running through September 3.
Alongside work from the museum’s collection, the show features some of the initiative’s research into the history of violence against #AfricanAmericans and their communities. This research—which includes an interactive online presentation developed in collaboration with #Google , video interviews with descendants of #lynching victims, and commissioned photographs aim to add context and perspective to more than a dozen works by artists including @SanfordBiggers and @GlennLigon, Mark Bradford, Elizabeth Catlett, Melvin Edwards, Theaster Gates, @RashidJohnson, Titus Kaphar, Jacob Lawrence, #KaraWalker and @dreadscottart
This evening Glenn Ligon, Sanford Biggers in talk with Elizabeth Alexander and Bryan Stevenson. “This exhibit is a prelude to a larger effort to change the landscape of the United States, which is largely silent about our history of #racial#terror and lynching,” #BryanStevenson @bryan_stevenson_offical a public-interest lawyer who founded the Montgomery, Alabama-based #EqualJusticeInitiative . Google recently donated $1Mill to #EJI
In Montgomery, EJI will also establish the country’s first national memorial commemorating more than 4,000 black lives lost to lynching and race-based murders between 1877 and 1950. There are also plans in the works to open a racial-justice museum that draws historical links between #slavery and #massincarceration , and broader efforts to broaden both online and educational resources to include more information on this history.
#ENDtheSILENCE ! #TRUTH has to be Told! End that #Freedom and #justice is for the #RichandGuilty NOT for the #PoorAndInnocent#racialinequity#injustice#genocide#racialterrorism#racialterrorlynchings#segregation#Amerikkka#America#whitesupremacy#BrooklynMuseum#brooklyntalks