Chapter 2

Epiphany long in coming

This just occurred to me 15 minutes ago and I should have thought of it eons before this....

If you want people to think about something deep use bright colors and pretty pictures.

If no one famous has said this then from now on that's my official quote. If I ever get famous, I'll try to remember to say it boldly.

I have been on this racial journey for so long that I forget that most people are just getting on the ride. Everything I'm publishing right now is character development. It's the Prologue. Hugely necessary for the story to work and I can't actually get to the meat without giving you the bread that holds it together now can I?

So Read my friends! If I offend you, READ ON, it will get better. I promise.


Chapter 1b:

Here's part two of chapter 1:

Chapter 1:

Okay! Here we go! Please enjoy the first chapter of Can You Feel Me?



I made this for my church's monthly magazine and since I have on file at the moment, I'm going to try to post it. If you can read this, let me know.


Okay, so let me just start out by apologizing. PREMISE has a "e" at the end. Ugh. I swear I can spell.

Anyway, thanks for the comment! I'm working on getting those pages up as fast as possible. (Progress has hit a rather deep pot hole because when I tried to install the comic book software, my laptop freaked out. So now it's a race to save Kat's hard drive. Hopefully this is me being a spaz but you can never tell with computers.)


And for my first act...

This is Kat. This is her blog site. This is the place where you can read her on going comic book "Can You Feel Me?". (...that title will probably be changed but for now it will do)
Premis of the story:
So, what happens when you stick 300 American college students from all walks of life into a building for 4 months and leave them there? This comic dramatizes the types of hijinks that ensue.
Reason for the story:

There is a little question I have been trying to answer: Can prejudice be eradicated or is it too much a part of the human condition?

I believe that you can decrease the ignorance in the world through understanding and acceptance. "Coexistance". If you know why people act irrationally over issues like race, religion, sexuality, and class then you learn how to navigate through social interactions without insulting as many people. Or at least being aware of why they are angry.