neta bomani is a worker who engages in oral history, direct action and social practices. neta's work has materialized as do-it-yourself computational objects, hand-coded programs and abolitionist gestures like organizing and making archives, writings, prints, zines, networks and workshops.
An assortment of editorial illustrations I made for the Daily Dot, a virtual newspaper based in Austin, Texas I interned for under the editorial department the summer of 2017. The illustrations I made spanned topics from politics, pop and internet culture to technology. I also occasionally wrote for the Daily Dot.
Understanding the difference between race and ethnicity.
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