Labor Day 2014
Credit to the young man that I listed above.
Labor Day in Ferguson.
stop enforcing the idea that u need 2 be in a relationship 2 be happy sometimes u just need more cereal
Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey
That is fucking frightening.
- Woman behind an iconic protest photo shares her story
- The Science of Your Racist Brain
- Protests continue despite storm (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)
- Another video from the Justice for Mike Brown Rally in DC
- Still no explanation for why “Support Darren Wilson” page was shut down
- Time for real change in Ferguson and beyond
- Only way Darren Wilson’s gun could have been wrestled over is if he had it already pulled out (x)
- America’s law enforcement needs greater accountability
When Okakura* first met Priyambada in 1912 who lost her husband in 1895 and her only son in 1906 she appeared to him like a “thin-edged light coloured Japanese painting”. He drew a picture that probably still lies in Japan. [X]
This painting by Yokoyama Taikan** (Floating Lantern festival in India, Meiji Period, 1909) is an example of East Asian art techniques applied to Indian subjects [see also X].
*Okakura Kakuzō/Okakura Tenshin first made a visit to India in 1901 (Okakura worked on a part of The Ideals of the East while in India). He met Priyambada Devi in 1912, his last visit to India as he died a year later.
**Yokoyama Taikan was an influential Japanese painter who came to India subsequent to Okakura’s first visit. His nihonga [X] style was influential in the wash techniques of early 20th century Bengali art (an e.g. of which is Abanindranath’s Bharat Mata).
Last Meals of Innocent Men
Campaign for Amnesty International, displaying the final meal requests of prisoners executed on Death Row, who were later found innocent.
Photographed by James Reynolds
the only photo set that actually matters on this stupid website