FALSE FLAG
9emeart:

Hommage a Uderzo
Mourier

9emeart:

Hommage a Uderzo

Mourier

honey-rider:

Tina Aumont

honey-rider:

Tina Aumont

japaneseaesthetics:

ITŌ Jakuchū 伊藤 若冲 (1716-1800), about 1780’s, Japan

japaneseaesthetics:

ITŌ Jakuchū 伊藤 若冲 (1716-1800), about 1780’s, Japan

sobekcis:

Bird series 3 / Acrilic and spray paint on paper / 73x54cmOpenspace - Paris

sobekcis:


Bird series 3 / Acrilic and spray paint on paper / 73x54cm
Openspace - Paris

echophon:

Desert Chrome

echophon:

Desert Chrome

politics-war:

A man is crying while he flips through a family album he found in the rubbles of his old house.

politics-war:


A man is crying while he flips through a family album he found in the rubbles of his old house.

blevemee:

madeupmonkeyshit:

"Yup, Cap’ns right doe man. They love that shit they act like they don’t in front of their friends yo."

Haha

blevemee:

madeupmonkeyshit:

"Yup, Cap’ns right doe man. They love that shit they act like they don’t in front of their friends yo."

Haha

bait-thoughts:



Yuri Kochiyama is a Japanese American human rights activist, but often remembered for her work in The Black Panther Party.In 1960, Kochiyama and her spouse moved to Harlem in New York City and joined the Harlem Parents Committee. She became acquainted with Malcolm X and was a member of his Organization of Afro-American Unity. She was also present at Malcolm X’s assassination on February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, and held him in her arms as he lay dying.In 1977, Kochiyama joined the group of Puerto Ricans that took over the Statue of Liberty to draw attention to the struggle for Puerto Rican independence.Over the years, Kochiyama has dedicated herself to various causes, such as the rights of political prisoners, freeing Mumia Abu-Jamal, nuclear disarmament, and reparations to Japanese Americans who were interned during the war.In 2005, Kochiyama was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize through the “1,000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005” project.

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bait-thoughts:

Yuri Kochiyama is a Japanese American human rights activist, but often remembered for her work in The Black Panther Party.

In 1960, Kochiyama and her spouse moved to Harlem in New York City and joined the Harlem Parents Committee. She became acquainted with Malcolm X and was a member of his Organization of Afro-American Unity. She was also present at Malcolm X’s assassination on February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, and held him in her arms as he lay dying.

In 1977, Kochiyama joined the group of Puerto Ricans that took over the Statue of Liberty to draw attention to the struggle for Puerto Rican independence.

Over the years, Kochiyama has dedicated herself to various causes, such as the rights of political prisoners, freeing Mumia Abu-Jamal, nuclear disarmament, and reparations to Japanese Americans who were interned during the war.

In 2005, Kochiyama was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize through the “1,000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005” project.

christopherevansgraphicdesign:

Goldfish
Poisson rouge
illustation by Cristopher Evans
contact: me@christopherevans.info

christopherevansgraphicdesign:

Goldfish

Poisson rouge

illustation by Cristopher Evans

contact: me@christopherevans.info

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