“For too long, symbols associated with a character I co-created have been co-opted by forces of oppression and to intimidate black Americans. This character and symbol was never intended as a symbol of oppression. This is a symbol of a systematic failure of equal justice. It’s time to claim this symbol for the cause of equal justice and Black Lives Matter,” Conway wrote in a statement announcing a clothing line that incorporates The Punisher’s logo into Black Lives Matter merchandise. … [Read more...] about ‘The Punisher’ co-creator trying to take back the character’s skull logo, says it’s been ‘co-opted’ by police
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The lightweight Elan was the first Lotus street car build with a steel backbone chassis and fiberglass body. It only weighed around 1,500 pounds and came powered by 1.4L and 1.5L four-cylinder engines with between 90 and 113 hp. The price was roughly $30,000 in today’s dollars, and Lotus sold approximately 12,000 during its model run from 1962 to 1963. … [Read more...] about Diana Rigg’s ‘The Avengers’ character Emma Peel helped make the Lotus Elan famous
“This is great news,” said Iman Abid, speaking for Free the People ROC, which has held nightly protests since details of Prude's death emerged. “It says to the people that people are able to move things and to shape things. The police chief wouldn’t retire if it weren’t for something that he felt he was accountable to.” … [Read more...] about Rochester police leaders retire after suffocation death
At first, the art was without social message. Knight, who was born north of Boston, in Malden, drew his versions of Mad magazine-style cartoons when he was young. He also donned a sequin glove and worked as a teenage Michael Jackson impersonator, an experience he's adapting into a graphic novel. And during his summer breaks from Salem State - where he had a comic strip - he worked as a caricature artist for hire at Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace. … [Read more...] about Keith Knight’s show ‘Woke’ feels right on time. But he’s been drawing about police brutality for decades.
The inferno currently devastating federal land just north of Sacramento, termed the August Complex Fire in Mendocino National Forest and ignited by a lightning strike three weeks ago, has already been classified as the Golden State's worst in history. It is only 24% contained and already destroyed more than 471,000 acres. … [Read more...] about Fighting California’s future wildfires with revolutionary new VR technology