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A two-page spread from "Radioactive: A Tale of Love and Fallout" about Marie & Pierre Curie, beautifully written and illustrated by Lauren Redniss. Beautiful storytelling with historical significance.

A two-page spread from "Radioactive: A Tale of Love and Fallout" about Marie & Pierre Curie, beautifully written and illustrated by Lauren Redniss. Beautiful storytelling with historical significance.

Currently reading: BIOPUNK: Solving Biotech's Biggest Problems in Kitchens and Garages, by Marcus Wohlsen

Currently reading: BIOPUNK: Solving Biotech's Biggest Problems in Kitchens and Garages, by Marcus Wohlsen

Made in Brooklyn: An Essential Guide to the Borough’s Artisanal Food & Drink Makers | (Powerhouse Books, October 20, 2015) by Melissa Schreiber Vaughan, Susanne König & Heather Weston

Made in Brooklyn: An Essential Guide to the Borough’s Artisanal Food & Drink Makers | (Powerhouse Books, October 20, 2015) by Melissa Schreiber Vaughan, Susanne König & Heather Weston

Kim Gordon ‘Girl in a Band’ memoir, added to the reading list.

Kim Gordon ‘Girl in a Band’ memoir, added to the reading list.

In 1997 myself & my partner in rhyme Mos Def AKA Yasiin Bey poured our rap money into Nkiru Books, Brooklyn's first black bookstore, where I was also an employee at the time of Black Star's release. Our community continues to need multicultural education and even though we weren't able to save Nkiru's location, we were able to hell it's legacy thrive. Now in 2015/16 you would be hard pressed to find a bookstore that is not dominated by Eurocentric ideals about what is important culturally…

In 1997 myself & my partner in rhyme Mos Def AKA Yasiin Bey poured our rap money into Nkiru Books, Brooklyn's first black bookstore, where I was also an employee at the time of Black Star's release. Our community continues to need multicultural education and even though we weren't able to save Nkiru's location, we were able to hell it's legacy thrive. Now in 2015/16 you would be hard pressed to find a bookstore that is not dominated by Eurocentric ideals about what is important culturally…

:: Paul Vialar : le bal des sauvages  Arthème Fayard - Paris, 1953  Le Livre de Demain, n° 43  couverture : Cromières-Bucher ::

:: Paul Vialar : le bal des sauvages Arthème Fayard - Paris, 1953 Le Livre de Demain, n° 43 couverture : Cromières-Bucher ::

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