How are you real?
Women of color in the world of sci-fi
You forgot one:
HOW COULD YOU FORGET ZOE :-(
Love this list! Star Trek: Voyager representing: y’all also forgot Roxann Dawson, who played the half-Latina, half-Klingon B’Elanna Torres. To date, she is the only major Latino character to have ever been depicted in the entire Star Trek franchise. Yep. You read that right. All five series, all eleven movies. One Hispanic character.
There were also 2 women of color on Dark Angel - Original Cindy played by Valarie Rae Miller:
and the title character, Max, played by Jessica Alba:
Reblogging again for your awesome additions.
I’m not sure if Being Human counts as sci-fi or fantasy, but Angel Coulby’s up there for Merlin which is fantasy (unless she’s been in something sci-fi I’m overlooking, so) let’s give a shout-out to Lenora Critchlow who played Annie:
Naoko Mori, who played Toshiko in Torchwood:
Jasika Nicole as Astrid in Fringe:
This post gives me all of the warm and fuzzy feels to see all of these badass WOC in one place.
IT professional Nat Morris created a system that feeds his dog while he is away at work. The system releases food from an automated food dispenser when Nat sends a message to ‘@FeedToby’.
OH MY GOD GENIUS
I don’t know who’s smarter the owner for creating this or the dog for figuring out how to use it.
Old School Reading Rainbow Theme Song
butterfly in the sky
i can go twice as high
take a look
it’s in a book
a reading rainbow
i can go anywhere
friends to know
ways to grow
a reading rainbow
Dean Reeves, you, sir, are a hero.
Well put, sir. Especially that second-to-last paragraph. Isn’t taking the name of the lord in vain a pretty big deal?
This is beautiful.
By the way, I tried telling a history teacher that America was never intended to be a Christian nation. She just laughed at me and tried to tell me otherwise. She was kind of an idiot.
Just needed some awesome on my blog.