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❝FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE SEA, ALL OPPRESSED PEOPLES WILL BE FREE❞

eeesabella / new york city / @imjnyc

a todas las mujeres que silenciosamente han construdo la historia~

this is my personal blog i guess cause the personal is political and i dont have that many followers so

foxfamilyfeatures:

i honestly feel like affirming your heterosexuality in a queer space is an act of aggression, if you have to maintain that youre straight at a gay event in order to feel alright with yourself then you should probably just not be there 


"In 2008, a classified briefing note on radicalisation, prepared by MI5’s behavioural science unit, was leaked to the Guardian. It revealed that, “far from being religious zealots, a large number of those involved in terrorism do not practise their faith regularly. Many lack religious literacy and could…be regarded as religious novices.” The analysts concluded that “a well-established religious identity actually protects against violent radicalisation.”

"In 2008, a classified briefing note on radicalisation, prepared by MI5’s behavioural science unit, was leaked to the Guardian. It revealed that, “far from being religious zealots, a large number of those involved in terrorism do not practise their faith regularly. Many lack religious literacy and could…be regarded as religious novices.” The analysts concluded that “a well-established religious identity actually protects against violent radicalisation.”

rabbrakha:

maza-dohta:

venusofdelta:

From the black series taken in Mumbai by photographer Ajay Koli 

Maieli is art.

neuksei:


note (girls that…)
2013

neuksei:

note (girls that…)

2013

dagestaniprincess:

Kavkaz Music - Furmundi Duhter

So this is what Jewish music from Dagestan sounds like, very similar to Persian music. Juhuri is the language of the Mountain Jews; it’s a Persian language that is mixed with Hebrew.

ard-al-burtuqal:

my ride

ard-al-burtuqal:

my ride

fohk:

"Have you ever seen a picture of yourself, taken when you didn’t know you were being photographed, from an angle that you don’t usually see when you look in a mirror, and you think: "That’s me… that’s also me”
Stoker (2013)Chan-wook Park

fohk:

"Have you ever seen a picture of yourself, taken when you didn’t know you were being photographed, from an angle that you don’t usually see when you look in a mirror, and you think: "That’s me… that’s also me”

Stoker (2013)
Chan-wook Park

@staff can you pull a u2 and just automatically put my selfies on everyone’s blog or what
nechertaneznayu:

globalwarmist:

Earlier this year, London’s Tate Modern acquired “Sabra and Shatila Massacre” (1982-83), an epic mural-sized drawing by pioneering Iraqi artist Dia al-Azzawi. Sprawling as it is towering and engulfing, the artist began the massive work after news surfaced that between two and three thousand Palestinian and Lebanese civilians were strategically murdered in and around the refugee camps of southern Beirut in 1982. While creating “Sabra and Shatila Massacre,” al-Azzawi was also moved by Jean Genet’s “Four Hours in Shatila,” a written dispatch of the hell on earth that was the site of this civil-war era carnage, the violent details of which are impossible to take in without periodically searching for respite by turning away from the page.
- Dia al-Azzawi’s “Sabra and Shatila Massacre”

It’s very reminiscent of Guernica

nechertaneznayu:

globalwarmist:

Earlier this year, London’s Tate Modern acquired “Sabra and Shatila Massacre” (1982-83), an epic mural-sized drawing by pioneering Iraqi artist Dia al-Azzawi. Sprawling as it is towering and engulfing, the artist began the massive work after news surfaced that between two and three thousand Palestinian and Lebanese civilians were strategically murdered in and around the refugee camps of southern Beirut in 1982. While creating “Sabra and Shatila Massacre,” al-Azzawi was also moved by Jean Genet’s “Four Hours in Shatila,” a written dispatch of the hell on earth that was the site of this civil-war era carnage, the violent details of which are impossible to take in without periodically searching for respite by turning away from the page.

- Dia al-Azzawi’s “Sabra and Shatila Massacre”

It’s very reminiscent of Guernica

tomarza:

the red rugs of tarsus: a women’s record of the armenian massacre of 1909

tomarza:

the red rugs of tarsus: a women’s record of the armenian massacre of 1909