Our social justice work won’t end with this election, so stay tuned for more updates. If you missed our discussion of Black Lives Matter and the work we’re doing, check out episode 72, episode 73, and episode 76.
Our land acknowledgment will always live on the Look and Listen page, but you can also see it here:
We acknowledge that we live on unceded Lenape land. To learn more about the Lenape, visit the Lenape Center and read this interview with its co-director Curtis Zunigha. If you would like to find out whose land you live on, visit native-land.ca.
This is not our first wallpapering attempt. To hear about that, check out episode 63.
The steps for hanging the Mitchell Black wallpaper were essentially the same as the Tempaper: smooth it out on the wall and trim to size.
This is live footage of Donnie closing the cap so hard on the Xacto knife that it got stuck on for a solid five minutes.
Even after a lot of careful measuring, we ended up getting a gap at the top of the wall, causing us to redo some of what we’d already done.
This is my face after wallpapering for two days.
But we did it—it’s finally over.