lacigreen:

adorable graphic by Megan Gatts

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Carla Morrison

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sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:
Ali, 2013 

sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:

Ali, 2013 

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greeneyes55:

New York ca.1940
Photo: Helen Levitt 

greeneyes55:

New York ca.1940

Photo: Helen Levitt 


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coolchicksfromhistory:

March is Women’s History Month

Art from previous posts: Nanyehi (Nancy Ward) by Ericka Lugo / Dolores Elizabeth “Lola” Chávez de Armijo by Andy Purviance / Olga of Kiev by Asia Akhmetova / Mary Jane Patterson Misha VanVaerenbergh.  Follow the links for the original post and artist links.


theparisreview:

“Our inability to forgive reflects our own lack of empathy more than the prisoners’. On some fundamental level, it is hard for us to trust that whatever primal impulse causes someone to murder can really be overcome.”
How prisoners perceive—and misperceive—life in the outside world.

theparisreview:

“Our inability to forgive reflects our own lack of empathy more than the prisoners’. On some fundamental level, it is hard for us to trust that whatever primal impulse causes someone to murder can really be overcome.”

How prisoners perceive—and misperceive—life in the outside world.


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azmatzahra:

When the Egyptian revolution broke out in 2011, millions around the world turned to Al Jazeera for its reporters’ smart, in-depth, around-the-clock coverage. Three years later, not one single Al Jazeera journalist is reporting on the ground in Egypt. Instead, four of the media network’s journalists are being detained by Egyptian authorities. The mounting worldwide campaign for their release is based on a simple message: Journalism isn’t a crime. Along with thousands of others, we’re asking Egypt not to suppress freedom of the press. Will you do the same? #FreeAJStaff

azmatzahra:

When the Egyptian revolution broke out in 2011, millions around the world turned to Al Jazeera for its reporters’ smart, in-depth, around-the-clock coverage. Three years later, not one single Al Jazeera journalist is reporting on the ground in Egypt. Instead, four of the media network’s journalists are being detained by Egyptian authorities. The mounting worldwide campaign for their release is based on a simple message: Journalism isn’t a crime. Along with thousands of others, we’re asking Egypt not to suppress freedom of the press. Will you do the same? #FreeAJStaff

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milktree:

13 year old mexican school girl

milktree:

13 year old mexican school girl

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