I wrote this essay shortly after Carrie Fisher passed away in 2016 and have been trying to find a home for it ever since. In honor of what will be her final appearance as General Leia in The Last Jedi, I’ve decided to just post it here. 1,327 more words
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Graffiti is a direct result of the government’s failure to represent, serve, and protect the interests of minority communities. Using examples from the 1970’s, when the “war against graffiti” was put into effect in New York City, I will describe ways in which brown and Black youth were racially targeted and criminalized. 2,429 more words
The Deconstruction of Intersectionality, Focused on the Most Marginalized Minority, Black Transgender Women
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people have experiences in public spaces that are governed by aspects of their identity such as gender expression, sex, sexual orientation as well as age, class, and race. 2,145 more words
The way Americans experience representation will vary, depending on how their identities are placed within certain categories, such as race, ethnicity, gender, and religion. These aspects of identity will be examined through the unique Visible experiences of Muslim Arab women in New York. 1,702 more words
Basic object render visibility can be set through Maya’s Render ‘Stats settings’ in the object shape node.
For more control and Matte Object / Shadow catching options, add VRay Object Properties to the Object (See Example) 119 more words