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Yesterday was the birthday of feminist Mexican poet Rosario Castellanos. At Vox, learn about Castellanos’s impact on poetry and social justice. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Rosario Castellanos, one of the most important Mexican woman writers of the 20th century, who was born on May 25, 1925. She died in 1974. Castellanos wrote poetry, essays, short […]
The search giant honors Frankie Manning on his 102nd birthday with a couple of cool cats jumpin' and jivin' on all over the Google logo.
Manning is famous for pioneering the Lindy Hop
Google Doodle head Ryan Germick and former Pixar animator Emma Coats are two of the artists crafting Google Assistant's personality. Machines may be smart, but they make pretty dull companions. Google knows this, and as it builds out...Show More Summary
GOOGLE GOES FULL SJW. NEVER GO FULL SJW: Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates a Bin Laden Supporter: In response to the United States’ actions following the September 11 attacks in 2001, [Yuri] Kochiyama stated that “the goal of the war [on terrorism] is more than just getting oil and fuel. The United States is intent on […]
Today’s Google Doodle honors the birthday and legacy of Yuri Kochiyama, one of the most overlooked and dogged civil rights activists of our time. Read more...
For more than a half-century, the most iconic image of rights activist Yuri Kochiyama has been a violent one. When Malcolm X was assassinated in 1965, it was his friend Kochiyama who cradled his head in her hands in that Harlem ballroom — a moment captured forever by a LIFE magazine photo that ran across much […]
Google announced its new messaging app Allo at its I/O developers conference today, and it looks pretty cool. It’s a feature-rich interface with graphics and doodles, and it works with Google Assistant to make suggestions and schedule plans. Show More Summary
Google’s Doodles aren’t absentminded; they aren’t even spontaneous fun. They don’t celebrate our religious holidays with relish nor emphasize our American luminaries. They are deliberate, agenda-driven, social action propaganda.
Teacher Appreciation Day Google Doodle https://t.co/FCZ1rfNUMZ So fun - How'd I miss it? #edgif CC @LoveyCooper pic.twitter.com/nVATg2UQr9 — alexanderrusso (@alexanderrusso) May 9, 2016 I am bound and determined to bring GIFs and short videos to education-land, and here's a good start to the week I think. Via TIME magazine.
Sigmund Freud has become well-known as the father of psychoanalysis.
He would have turned 160 today
It's been a while since I read Death and Life so I don't have any fantastic quotes for anyone. But I do have a list of articles that were posted for what would have been Jane Jacobs' 100th birthday.Google Doodle Celebrates Jane Jacobs...Show More Summary
In her lifetime, Jane Jacobs established a career as an author, a journalist, and a community organizer.