On this Earth Day, I thought a few graphics might be in order, in honor of our planet…or home…the place where we all live. And to make it a little bit more interesting than just some pixels fighting for your attention, I shall all some words to go with (as we used to say in Milwaukee).
There will be quite a few new graphics and a few old ones, like the one over to the right. It only seemed fitting that I start off with a planet, since we live on one.
As always, clicking on one of the graphics should open a larger version in a new tab.
We (Women’s Studies) are offering our students here at Bloomfield College (just outside of Newark in northeastern New Jersey) free t-shirts today and the materials to paint their own shirts. If it weren’t for the fact that I had meetings to attend today, I’d go take pictures and share them. But I do have an important meeting (the first I will attend with the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, which I am moving to in the fall…or maybe I am moving there today, at least psychologically).
On Tuesday we offered Dirt: the Movie. I’ll be adding some words about our war against that which brought us to be and which we still need to sustain us: the soil under our feet.