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Sería muy interesante armar el maratón de #MCU alrededor de #Avengers, pero acomodando todas las escenas de todas las películas en una sola línea temporal. No incluyo las series por que sería sumamente largo y complicado.

Abro #hilo y me explico.
#AvengersElHilo
Actualmente hay dos formas (bueno hay un chingo) en que puedes ver todas las películas del Universo Cinematográfico de Marvel:
1.- En el orden cronológico de lanzamiento, es decir comenzar con #IronMan (2008), hasta llegar a #AvengersEndgame (2019).
2.- Viéndolas en orden cronológico de tiempo de los eventos, es decir, comenzar con lo que sucedió primero con #CaptainAmerica: The First Avenger y terminando con #AvengersEndgame. Esto sin contar los "flashbacks" con los que comienzan algunas como #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy
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In #BlackPanther, a unique metal called #vibranium helped the fictional African nation of #Wakanda become the most technologically advanced country on the planet.

#ReelvsRealCIA #Oscars

Do you think vibranium is:
The #vibranium in Black Panther’s suit protects him from kinetic damage, & vibranium sneakers are both super-quiet & amazing shock absorbers for jumping. Those would be great for spies, right?

Too bad vibranium isn’t real.

#ReelvsRealCIA #BlackPanther
The magic metal from #Wakanda might not exist, but there are real-life materials that possess some similar qualities to those of the fictional Wakandan isotope, #vibranium.

To learn more, see: bit.ly/2KjThME

#ReelvsRealCIA #BlackPanther
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Hace años, el PAPA BENEDICTO XVI escribió un libro en él que descubría que LOS REYES MAGOS procedían del sur de Andalucía, del Reino de TARTESSOS: religionenlibertad.com/vaticano/26903….

Me puse a investigar sobre ello y di con una recién descubierta MITOLOGÍA ANDALUZA que necesita un #HILO
TARTESSOS apenas aparece en los libros de Historia escolares, por la poca información de la que "parece" que se dispone (ya veremos).

Era la civilización más occidental conocida por los griegos alrededor del S. V a. C. y ocupaba zonas de las actuales SEVILLA, HUELVA Y CÁDIZ.
No sólo las historias del geógrafo griego Heródoto, que escribió sobre su último rey ARGANTONIO, son las únicas fuentes de las que disponemos.

En el ANTIGUO TESTAMENTO se hace varias alusiones a los "BARCOS DE TARSIS (o Tharsis)" y hoy en día se sabe que procedían de Huelva.
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Chillin in @ForbiddenPlanet minding my own business when I overhear @weredawgz raving about @AcevedoWrites #ThePoetX to this guy, so I’m like, hey I know her!!
And she’s like, hey I know YOU!!! And I’m like, Hi!!!!
Was actually there w/ my husband picking up @Nnedi’s latest #Wakanda comic, out today...
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So, let me do a bit of story time on @KanyeWest, since he thinks he's out of The Sunken Place. And I can't thank @JordanPeele enough for his metaphor.
*stirs tea in teacup*.
I have a confession. The only reason why I am not mad at @KanyeWest right now is because I have held a petty grudge against him for many years because he had a mother with a Ph.D. who taught Literature at Chicago State University, yet he named his first album, "College Dropout."
I did not mean to hold the grudge that long; but it just continued because of everything I would feel every single time I saw that album and thought about not only his Mother but everything at Chicago State University, home of the Gwendolyn Brooks Black Writer's Conference.
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So, I went to #Wakanda.
At first glance, it was an impressive place even thought I am allergic to monarchies, all monarchies.
It was wondrous to find a country that had ducked under colonialism (don't scare me like that colonizer), that was able to develop according to is own laws, using is own resources for its social welfare.
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I absolutely love that #BlackPanther is bringing Pan-Africanism into the national dialogue. This is the hill I'll die on so I'm gonna share some things & connect them to children's books & education. THREAD!
Pan-Africanism, to me, means connecting to the struggles of people of African descent all over the globe. Not limiting awareness to just American racial politics.
Our kids are so excited about #BlackPanther but their understanding of Africa & Pan-Africanism shouldn't be relegated to fantasy. We've had our own IRL T'Challas & Killmongers, & even Dora Milajes.
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I wasn't kidding.

#blackpanther /1
I like good movies, comic book movies, and mass-market cultural touchstones. So obviously I was gonna like #BlackPanther

/2
And I was most interested in what it had to say about the legacy of colonialism and slavery, globalism and international responsibility, the refugee crisis, and race.

/3
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Y’all. I’m sitting in a restaurant w 2 mentors who were just blessing my soul. A Black couple walks past the table & the brotha stops to say he likes my blazer & that he was “reading it throughout their whole dinner.” We look at him like wha..? This is the blazer (by @AnnaTeiko)
He then says he’s from Ghana & speaks Twi & said that each panel of material was a part of a proverb or parable. The sista w him (Black American) kinda looks sheepish b/c they (nicely) interrupted our convo. She says “he’s been talking about this all thru dinner...”
Then one mentor says, well what do they say? And he interprets a few, explains that the designs are like an alphabet. Now. OF COURSE I’m having #Wakandan heart palpitations. Because this is a Pan African moment and well. #Wakanda.
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