Some pages from my new Comic Your Black Friend. I don’t think I’ve written about black alienation so directly. Came out alright.

 If you’re itching to read it all I’ll be at MICE in Boston, Ripexpo in Providence and NOCAZ Fest in New Orleans. Radiator Comics Distro will be sellin them soon too. Also Subscribers to my patreon can read this comic and all sorts of other comics including episodes of BttmFdrs, Daygloayhole issue one and two, and all sorts of short comics done for anthologies like Irene and As You Were.

Reblog this Black Tumblr if you like A Tribe Called Quest, J. Cole, Wale, Big KRIT, Lupe Fiasco, Jill Scott, etc, if you’re conscious, if you’re funny, and if you enjoy talking to your Black Tumblr family.

I wanna talk to all of y’all. If you reblog this I will start a conversation with you, so be prepared.



Women are taking to Twitter to turn the spotlight on what it means to be Latina in the United States. According to TakePart.com, #HispanicGirlsUnited started trending on Twitter last Thursday after user Joyce Santeliz added it to a tweet about how Hispanic girls are depicted in the media.

After the hashtag gained moment, more and more Latina’s joined in on the conversation to expose stereotypes and share experiences. Peep some more of our favorite tweets after the jump.

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The legacy of Amadou Diallo lives. #Love it!

In 1999, four NY police officers shot 41 times at the 23-year-old Guinean immigrant. Just before he died, Diallo had started taking steps toward become a professional.

“He had saved $9,000,” Diallo says. “The last time we spoke on the phone, he said to me, ‘Mom, I’m going to college.’“