newmanology:

#Ferguson signs, via Buzzfeed and the King Center

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You think you have rights? Let me tell you about your precious fucking rights. In 1942 there were over one hundred thousand Japanese Americans in good standing thrown into internment camps simply because their parents were born in the wrong country. They had no right to a lawyer, no right to a fair trial, no right to due process of any kind. Just when these American citizens needed their rights the most, their government took them away. And rights aren’t rights if someone can take them away-they’re privileges. That’s all we’ve ever had in this country is a bill of temporary privileges. And every year the list of privileges gets shorter and shorter.
George Carlin (via memoriastoica)

(Source: journeymancreativejournal)

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libertymaniacs:

Scenes from Ferguson.

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I wish more people cared about the earth as much as they cared about who they believed created it.
Unknown (via milkako)
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ratustuff:

Bent Objects by Terry Border .

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alongtimealone:

Ausstellungsfilm “Emil Nolde. Retrospektive” (by staedelmuseum)

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Jacques Henri Lartigue, Renée Perle

In the flush of love’s light
we dare be brave
And suddenly we see
that love costs all we are
and will ever be.
Yet it is only love
which sets us free.
Maya Angelou (via chrissymiller89)
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socialismartnature:

This sculpture by Issac Cordal in Berlin is called “Politicians discussing global warming.”

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sesamestreet:

We’re saddened by the passing of our friend Maya Angelou. Thank you for all you’ve done, and for all the hugs.

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lapetitecole:

Leonard Freed

Wall Street, New York, 1956. 

(Source: birdsong217)

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