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Close up of a panel from a comic book, with handwritten notes on it "Even though there are speech bubbles, this panel comes off empty because all the bubbles come off panel."

Strip Panel Naked

Strip Panel Naked is a video series analyzing and breaking down comics art in detail, taking a look at why the best comic books work the way they do by breaking them down and analyzing the work that’s gone into them. Each video is around 5-10 minutes, focusing on a particular issue and theme within …

Deutsch für Euch logo

Deutsch für Euch

Deutsch für Euch is Katja, who first created a YouTube channel by the same name back in 2012. Today, the channel is still going strong as a place to learn German for free while having fun. Deutsch Für Euch means “German for you” – the project’s main focus is giving both extensive and accessible grammar …

12tone music theory videos

12tone

12tone is a popular online education channel that covers all sorts of musical topics, like harmony, arranging, and composition. They produce a new video (almost) every week and seek to inspire a love of music and music theory in as many people as possible. They believe no one should be cut off from learning just …

Philosophy Tube

Philosophy Tube

Philosophy Tube is British actress Abigail Thorn, who decided to provide free lessons in Philosophy (they have a Masters in said topic) on YouTube when England tripled college tuition rates in 2012. Fast forward to 2021 and the channel has over 900,000 subscribers thanks to Thorn’s acting chops, comedic talent and extremely sharp mind capable of …

Issa Rae's HOORAE media compan

Issa Rae’s HOORAE

HOORAE is a media company led by producer, writer and director, Issa Rae. Rae got her start in digital with her award-winning web series and the accompanying New York Times best-seller, “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Since then she’s created and starred in “Insecure,” directed the acclaimed “The Hate U Give,” and starred in …

Writing The Other

Writing The Other

Writing The Other is Nisi Shawl and K. Tempest Bradford teaching online classes on how to write inclusive, diverse fiction. They state that they firmly believe it’s possible to write “the Other” sensitively and convincingly and that authors who want to create characters whose gender, sexual orientation, religion, racial heritage, or other aspect of identity differs …