tyson!!!!!!!!

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a power point presentation about part of the colorado avalanche made by @ghostpunkers and myself

Women of Color Are:

Accomplished:

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Multi- Talented


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Graceful:

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Colorful:


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Funny: 

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Elegant

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Artistic: 

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Humble:


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Compelling:

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Dedicated:


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Courageous  

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Powerful

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Fabulous: 

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PASSIONATE

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Yet Sadly…..

Overlooked 

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WOMEN OF COLOR ARE VALID, HUMAN, AND FUCKING AWESOME

A sequel to the animation of the seven I made almost 2 years ago. I thought it was about time for another one. The order is Nico, Will, Thalia, Reyna, Grover, Tyson, and Calypso. There are too many characters, 7 is my max.

There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on the world’s beaches.
More stars in the universe than seconds of time that have passed since Earth formed.
More stars than words and sounds ever uttered by all humans who have ever lived.
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How one Reddit post launched 600 marches across the world

  • It began with a simple declaration on Reddit: “There needs to be a Scientists’ March on Washington.” The Facebook page came hours later.
  • Then word spread among the Reddit forums, across Facebook and onto the Twitter feeds of science’s most beloved public heroes.
  • On Saturday, this spreading message will come to a head as hundreds of thousands of people will March for Science, not just in its most prominent iteration in Washington, D.C., but in around 600 cities worldwide. Read more. (4/22/17, 9:30 AM)