Rick Johnson

Rick Johnson

@woodcowbooks

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Epic tales outside the box. Ridiculous, but deadly serious. Hits you hard in the funnies, while turning your mind inside out. Fables for these times. SCBWI.

Earth: One home. One humanity.
Joined on August 13, 2017
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Adolf Hitler’s views on race were at the heart of Nazi ideology.  Once in 1932, however, he actually came face to face with a black person.  Read that encounter with the future African American scholar Milton S. J. Wright: https://t.co/Vw3Mtzaqbe. https://t.co/VprZVqFsXB

Adolf Hitler’s views on race were at the heart of Nazi ideology. Once in 1932, however, he actually came face to face with a black person. Read that encounter with the future African American scholar Milton S. J. Wright: https://t.co/Vw3Mtzaqbe. https://t.co/VprZVqFsXB

American friends: did you know there was a DEAR CANADA series? There is one about residential schools written by Ruby Slipperjack, a member of the Eabametoong First Nation and residental school survivor. (Unlike the Dear America one which is written by a white woman, of course) https://t.co/yOInMOUr1g

American friends: did you know there was a DEAR CANADA series? There is one about residential schools written by Ruby Slipperjack, a member of the Eabametoong First Nation and residental school survivor. (Unlike the Dear America one which is written by a white woman, of course) https://t.co/yOInMOUr1g

Explore Indigenous Futurisms With these SFF Books by Indigenous Authors- https://t.co/R1wyk5Wj3L

Who was Notaila Rashed? The Egyptian children's author behind today's Google Doodle https://t.co/zlMDHBE8l0

NBC News: The United States has surpassed 200,000 coronavirus deaths.

A year and a half ago, I created an online Basic Classical Nahuatl course. Thirteen, self-paced modules with narrated slides and exercises. I'm now giving everyone free access to the course. As you shelter in place, study a vital indigenous language. https://t.co/ifPt4fUSlx

The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers.

A New Web Site Presents the Contributions of Women Philosophers, from Ancient to Modern 

https://t.co/0xYhXZGTZd https://t.co/tx5WL5jWrd

The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers. A New Web Site Presents the Contributions of Women Philosophers, from Ancient to Modern https://t.co/0xYhXZGTZd https://t.co/tx5WL5jWrd

Here's how the regions where temperature and precipitation have been most suitable for humans to live in over the past 6,000 years could change, depending on how bad the climate crisis gets. https://t.co/VY5uHfUpek

Honoring one Of Baton Rouge’s First African-American Teachers to teach African-American History during the 1950’s https://t.co/OUn70BOaRx

“I don’t say women’s rights—I say the constitutional principle of the equal citizenship stature of men and women.”

May her memory be a blessing. #RuthBaderGinsburg https://t.co/Ykln34hfY9

“I don’t say women’s rights—I say the constitutional principle of the equal citizenship stature of men and women.” May her memory be a blessing. #RuthBaderGinsburg https://t.co/Ykln34hfY9

A curated reading list of First Nations authors from the Salish Sea and Pacific Coast region.—The Discourse https://t.co/tFFu663suV @IndigenousX @IndigenousXca

The Harriet Tubman Museum in Cape May, N.J. marked its opening. Here’s what’s inside. https://t.co/7dVkVh1FTX

Serious question: Who needs to read all of this? How do we get it in front of them? We genuinely want to know. DM’s are open. https://t.co/Q88zNbp9aY

#tdih 1868 Camilla Massacre, Albany, GA. After being expelled from elected office, African Americans & a few whites marched to attend a political rally. They were fired upon by whites in town, & pursued as they ran. Followed by weeks of #votersuppression. https://t.co/46EOYZTkkE

On @worldkidlit blog today Mia Spangenberg reviews 1,001 CREATURES by Aino Järvinen and Laura Merz, translated from #Finnish by Emily Jeremiah (out from @RestlessBooks at the end of Sept) https://t.co/C9tL550BaJ #WorldKidLitMonth #ReadtheWorld #nonfiction #PBChat #picturebooks

For the first 49 years of my life, I wondered how the Holocaust could have happened. I don't wonder any more.

Quoted @MsGo

Given the last tweet, I wanted to share this. It's a tinotype photograph ftom 1856, of three unidentfied women from Harvard's collection. Note their style, and think about how black women are too often styled during that era when portrayed on film. https://t.co/jGH89cvL39

Given the last tweet, I wanted to share this. It's a tinotype photograph ftom 1856, of three unidentfied women from Harvard's collection. Note their style, and think about how black women are too often styled during that era when portrayed on film. https://t.co/jGH89cvL39

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Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest for the exploding trees

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