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    babelnd:

    mourning-sickness:

    jedavu:

    THE WORLD I SEE

    by L. QUILES

    This is everything.

    Damn

    soulrevision:

    [For more on social justice, follow me on Instagram: soulrevision , Tumblr: soulrevision , Facebook: soulrevision , Twitter: soulrevision]

    There was a lot of talk today about the media’s failed coverage [read: non-coverage] of the 234 Nigerian girls, thus came the #234WhiteGirls hashtag.

    No, none of us wants any white girls to go missing. We just want these Nigerian girls to get the same amount of coverage that white girls get (or would get), because EVERY girl matters.

    #BRINGBACKOURGIRLS

    (Source: comedycentral)

    trusthim:

    So whitemanmarchprotestsigns is trending on twitter and I thought I’d share some of my favorites. Part 1 of 2.

    (Source: lustik)

    thepeoplesrecord:

“When yet another march ended in violence, Vallejo and her fellow students collected hundreds of tear-gas shells and brought them to La Moneda. ‘Here are more than 50 million pesos worth of tear-gas bombs,’ announced Vallejo, money, she said, that could have been spent on education. Students formed the shells into a peace sign on the plaza, and Vallejo crouched in the center. The resulting image was published all over the world.” - Camila Vallejo, The World’s Most Glamorous Revolutionary

    thepeoplesrecord:

    “When yet another march ended in violence, Vallejo and her fellow students collected hundreds of tear-gas shells and brought them to La Moneda. ‘Here are more than 50 million pesos worth of tear-gas bombs,’ announced Vallejo, money, she said, that could have been spent on education. Students formed the shells into a peace sign on the plaza, and Vallejo crouched in the center. The resulting image was published all over the world.” - Camila Vallejo, The World’s Most Glamorous Revolutionary

    (Source: thepeoplesrecord)

    (Source: tuanh-flow)

    (Source: drunkonstephen)

    Your question is: why am I so interested in politics? But if I were to answer you very simply, I would say this: why shouldn’t I be interested? That is to say, what blindness, what deafness, what density of ideology would have to weigh me down to prevent me from being interested in what is probably the most crucial subject to our existence, that is to say the society in which we live, the economic relations in which it functions, and the system of power which defines the regular forms and the regular permissions and prohibitions of our conduct. The essence of our life consists after all, of the political functioning of the society in which we find ourselves. So I can’t answer the question of why should I be interested; I could only answer it by asking why shouldn’t I be interested? Not to be interested in politics, that’s what constitutes a problem. You should ask someone who is not interested in politics; “Why, damn it, are you not interested?
    Michel Foucault

    (Source: apoliticalnonsense)

    (Source: walklikethedead)