Saturday, September 25, 2010

I Couldn't Resist!!

I just COULDN'T!!

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

The Anacostia Diaries Blog

The long night of our discontent is over. We the American People have spoken.Our ancestors have spoken. America has heard their cries.We now have Barack Obama has the first, true African-American has our president-elect. A new era has begun.Celebrate now. Party like it's still 1999.Then when it's over, roll up your sleeves. We got work to do.God Bless AmericaandGod Bless Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America.The Anacostia Diaries Blog, Nov 2008

Cosign #2

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

The Anacostia Diaries Blog


Tuesday, November 4, 2008 is going to be a historical day.Depending on your vote, that day will be celebrated or there will be riots. So much is on the line.So, from the staff here and your humble blogger...From all of us here at PBC Networkz and the Anacostia Diaries Blog, please get out and vote.We don't care who you vote for. Just vote.The Anacostia Diaries Blog, Nov 2008

Cosign ! :)

Apple Pie Says: Make History!!

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Friday, February 08, 2008

The Ink 8

At least eight African-American cartoonists plan to take part in a Feb. 10 comics-page action to draw attention to the way their strips are perceived and purchased.

For the action, the cartoonists will all do a version of one of Thomas’ comics. The theme and writing in each strip will be similar, though “we’re all plugging in our own characters,” said Bell. The idea is to satirically protest the erroneous notion of many editors and readers that comics by African-American creators are interchangeable.

I call them the Ink 8.

It's a damn shame in modern times, and as simple and friendly as a medium that gets hardly any respect anyway,as comics, can still contain bigoted ideas and social inequality.

I'm proud these gifted black artists are doing this and I salute and support them.

See you in the funny papers Sunday.

The Ink 8

Darrin Bell

Jerry Craft

Cory Thomas

Steve Bentley

Charlos Gary

Tim Jackson

Keith Knight

Steve Watkins

Black Gold-Memory