Slap It is a “cheeky” way to bring a bit of fun into your daily life while also lightening up your room. Designed by London-based designer Joseph Begley, the glowing ass cheeks let you squeeze, pinch, or slap your way to having them light up with a warm color.
Aboo Jain Temple - Mount Abu, India
1850s to 1870s (photographed)
Whole-plate albumen print from wet collodion glass negative
Child in the shade of an Agave plant, Atzcapotzalco, Mexico, 1916 [2298x3160] http://ift.tt/1js3fJ4
Boarding schools used Native appropriation to embarrass, degrade & exercise control over Native children. Native appropriation is an extension of the federal government’s assimilation and termination policies to ‘kill the Indian and save the man.’
grossThose nuns’ smug faces contrasted against the children’s. It breaks me.
In case anyone was wondering why this post isn’t so much funny as it is just horrifyingly true
Or kind of like how I spent probably like 2000 bucks so white men could teach me the history of my own fucking people
Or how I had to explain to my own fucking white sister why it wasn’t okay for her to make money dressed up like an “Indian Princess”
Or how my white ex-in-laws fucking accused me of being a pothead for smudging my fucking room and used that for grounds to kick me out (with no other place to go), which was traumatic enough that I never fucking did it again
Or how last week at work I had someone literally tell me they thought addiction to tobacco was Native American’s “revenge” for genocide, because we’re extinct now or almost because “you don’t see a lot of them these days”, and killing “us” with cigarettes is “their” revenge
This photo is a picture of what it feels like to be a ghost
A fucking ghost in your own native land.
by Nikos Economopoulos
Tirana, Albania, 1991.
I wish my name was Zoe so I could introduce myself like this
SHE WILL NEVER BE PABLO
¿Qué cojones es esta mierda?
No lo se, pero Pablo tiene estilazo.
Kharkov, Ukraine: Protest against the U.S.-backed fascist coup, March 5, 2014.
"In Kharkov three thousand rallied outside the state administration building. People blocked traffic on the street and challenged police cordons. People are chanting ‘Down with the oligarchs,’ ‘referendum,’ ‘Down with Balut’ (the new governor, a protege of the junta), and ‘Kharkiv.’
"The people want to decide the fate of their city, their region, their country. They are outraged that the police have failed to protect the Regional Assembly from the neo-Nazis of the Right Sector, which seamlessly took over the building, and now is trying to impose power from above on the people.
"In the thick of things — the activists of Borotba (Struggle). Our organization is well known; people say, ‘Borotba is against fascism,’ our newspapers fly like hotcakes.
"A major anti-fascist rally will be held March 8 at 12:00. And if today, on a weekday, several thousand came out, then on Saturday there may be more than March 1, the day of liberation of the State Administration building from neo-Nazi militants."
(The second, bottom image) Austin, May 28, 1981. A Dallas member of the Brown Berets, a Chicago activist group organized in the late ’60s, at a police brutality demonstration.
The Brown Berets were known for their direct action against police brutality. They protested killings and abuses perpetrated by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department at the station in the barrio. They supported the United Farm Workers movement and the Land Grant Movement in New Mexico. In 1969, they participated in the first Rainbow Coalition which originally included the Young Patriots and the Young Lords under the leadership of Jose Cha Cha Jimenez and in the Poor Peoples Campaign. In 1969, they were invited to be part of the first Chicano Youth Liberation Movement organized by Corky Gonzales in Denver, Colorado.