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6-year-old creates coloring book to teach kids about black Indigenous cultures

6-year-old creates coloring book to teach kids about black Indigenous cultures Along with her mother, Veronica Bey, Vanae created The Indigenous Adventures of Princess Vanae, a 20-page coloring book that educates children ages 5 through 13 about black Indigenous cultures around the globe.The coloring book features an illustrated version of Vanae as a princess, who travels the world to learn more about Indigenous cultures in Africa and the Americas.

The Development of Times of Lore and Bad Blood

The Development of Times of Lore and Bad Blood While on The Digital Antiquarian is really meant to cover some Wing Commander development history, it features a handful of paragraphs on two of ORIGIN's lesser known RPG-lite titles: Times of Lore and Bad Blood.Granted, both titles were only moderately infused with RPG elements and didn't make much of a splash at the time, but it's still interesting to hear more about their place in the company's history:

Sesame Street Adventures: 109

Sesame Street Adventures: 109 High on Anesthesia Compilation 9 mns ago"What's it like growing up in an Indian family" 9 mns agoAmv-Gabriel pop out(by zest) 24 mns agoYet Another "Roast Me" Compilation 31 mns agoMr.Lovestein is life, is love 31 mns agoWhen your pet does the thing 34 mns ago

Reminder: Don't wear a sombrero today — or, like, ever

Reminder: Don't wear a sombrero today — or, like, ever Today is Cinco de Mayo, one of the most widely celebrated Mexican holidays in the United States.That sombrero you're wearing, for instance, is never appropriate, unless you're of Mexican heritage.