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21.09.14

notherebyaccident:

Photos of kids going to school in various parts of the world.

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21.09.14
  • teacher: what do you think is the most under appreciated art form?
  • me: winged eyeliner
21.09.14
jessehimself:

dulceetdecorus:
MISSING: 12-year-old boy from Montgomery County
WHEATON, Md. (WUSA9) — Montgomery County Police need your help locating a missing 12-year-old from Wheaton.
Rashad Williams, of the 3300 block of Hewitt Avenue has been missing since September 5th.
Williams is described as a black male, 4’8” tall and weighing 100 pounds. Williams has brown eyes and medium length brown hair worn in twists, police said.
Williams frequents the Aspen Hill/Layhill area of Wheaton, the Westfield Wheaton Mall and downtown Silver Spring, police said.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Rashad Williams is asked to call the Montgomery County Police Special Victims Investigative Division at 240-773-5300, or the police non-emergency number at 301-279-8000 (24-hour line). Callers may remain anonymous.

jessehimself:

dulceetdecorus:

MISSING: 12-year-old boy from Montgomery County

WHEATON, Md. (WUSA9) — Montgomery County Police need your help locating a missing 12-year-old from Wheaton.

Rashad Williams, of the 3300 block of Hewitt Avenue has been missing since September 5th.

Williams is described as a black male, 4’8” tall and weighing 100 pounds. Williams has brown eyes and medium length brown hair worn in twists, police said.

Williams frequents the Aspen Hill/Layhill area of Wheaton, the Westfield Wheaton Mall and downtown Silver Spring, police said.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Rashad Williams is asked to call the Montgomery County Police Special Victims Investigative Division at 240-773-5300, or the police non-emergency number at 301-279-8000 (24-hour line). Callers may remain anonymous.

20.09.14
cocolyshious:

Color | Phil Carruthers
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19.09.14
You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read.
James Baldwin
17.09.14
amusingabe:

Martin Wilner

amusingabe:

Martin Wilner

17.09.14
jameschororos:

From June in Brighton Beach.

jameschororos:

From June in Brighton Beach.

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16.09.14
vigilism:

The Children Are Our Future. #art #design #colorful #mural #building #lines #geometry

vigilism:

The Children Are Our Future. #art #design #colorful #mural #building #lines #geometry

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16.09.14
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nprmusic:

Mapei’s savvy-sweet brand of pop is proof that high-quality ingredients can’t be faked, even in a product designed for immediate and mass consumption.
Stream Hey Hey from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

nprmusic:

Mapei’s savvy-sweet brand of pop is proof that high-quality ingredients can’t be faked, even in a product designed for immediate and mass consumption.

Stream Hey Hey from NPR Music’s First Listen

16.09.14

eternallybeautifullyblack:

Photos: Survivors of North Carolina’s Eugenics Program
Photographs by Andy McMillan / Text by Maya Dusenbery

Between 1929 and 1974, North Carolina sterilized more than 7,500 of its residents. Most were operated on without their consent, having been deemed “feebleminded” and unfit to reproduce by the state Eugenics Board. Eighty-five percent were women; about 40 percent were black or Native American. As many as 2,000 victims are thought to still be alive.  [Read more.]

See also Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet Washington.

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16.09.14
gradientlair:

nuneyskid:

50-year anniversary of the 9/15/1963 murder of four African-American girls in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.

Their names are Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robinson, Addie Mae Collins and Denise McNair.

gradientlair:

nuneyskid:

50-year anniversary of the 9/15/1963 murder of four African-American girls in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.

Their names are Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robinson, Addie Mae Collins and Denise McNair.

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16.09.14
16.09.14
Moving Day by Norman Rockwell

Moving Day by Norman Rockwell

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16.09.14