Webcomic profile: Okay, Class!
Okay, Class!
lessons from teaching
Last update: 26th Nov 2021, 4:30 AM
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Due to some restructuring of the Oakmoat School District, Rita has only six students in her new class;
​​​​​​​for them, blending into the background to get through high school isn't an option.

This slice-of-life drama, drawn traditionally and colored digitally, explores community and the human experience,
how it looks different and similar for each individual, and how our experiences clash and come together as we do.


Yussra MT Ebrahim is a Muslim, Iraqi American cartoonist, writer, and teacher. She teaches writing to college students in New England, and writes about topics like Islam, philosophy, oppression, and the Muslim experience in the West. She loves working with students, and practicing all kinds of writing, from poetry to fiction to nonfiction. She considers writing a pleasure, a way to process our existence, and a tool to fight injustice. She also adores nature and biology. She has a BS in botany from the University of New Hampshire and an MFA in creative nonfiction from Emerson College. Aside from her career, she's passionate about making comics, and thinks the comic as a storytelling form is one of the best crafts in this world. She also delights in drawing, and watercolors are her favorite medium. Thank you for visiting her page!


Most recent comments left on Okay, Class!

Wow, I really appreciate that!
Thank you so much, Pebphiz!
I'm loving all the characters, but I think Tyler is my favorite so far. Kinda reminds me of my little brother.
Wow, that is genuinely so beautiful and sad. And a great last panel to lighten things up!
The first upload since the summer! I worked on this chapter at a slower pace because I've been busy with teaching and other things since the semester started, but alhamdulillah, I'm finally able to share it now! 😁

December 2021 Update: I'm putting this comic on the back burner for now to work on the second volume of "Remembrance at the Pond"!
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