ascoltami:

tracey emin

ascoltami:

tracey emin

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Chino Otsuka, Generations, 2000, chromogenic print, 762 mm x 1016 mm

Chino Otsuka, Generations, 2000, chromogenic print, 762 mm x 1016 mm

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g2gfast:

today my little brother (hes six) put a seashell to his ear and told me the ocean said im a nerd

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thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against Palestinians
July 24, 2014

Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.

luftmensche:

"Not in my name"

Jews at the protest in San Francisco condemning Israeli military strikes on Palestinians

20/7/14


 

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darvinasafo:

I see no lies.

darvinasafo:

I see no lies.

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questionall:

Military device used on Detroit protest against Water Shutoffs Learn more » http://bit.ly/1nxYeUF

questionall:

Military device used on Detroit protest against Water Shutoffs Learn more » http://bit.ly/1nxYeUF

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sinidentidades:

Deputy police chief, officer in Florida town were members of the KKK

Police morale in Fruitland Park, Florida has been shaken after a deputy chief and officer resigned when the Federal Bureau of Investigations identified them as members of the Ku Klux Klan.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement presented Chief Terry Isaacs with copies of a confidential FBI report that identified Deputy Chief David Borst and Officer George Hunnewell as members of the KKK.

Earlier this year, a Florida Klan leader boasted to WFTV 9 that the organization has “police officers, paramedics, judges…everywhere.”

However, Chief Isaacs would only tell reporters for the Orlando Sentinel that the pair belonged to a “subversive organization” because he did not believe he was authorized to release the results of the report.

“It’s a tough situation. He was my assistant,” he said, adding that he never witnessed any behavior that would lead him to believe former Deputy Chief Borst was in the KKK. “But I’ve read the report, and it’s convincing.”

Chief Deputy State Attorney Ric Ridgway — from whom Isaacs sought counsel concerning the FBI’s report — told the Orlando Sentinel that “it’s not a crime to be a member of the KKK, even if you are the deputy chief. It’s not a crime to be stupid. It’s not a crime to hate people. It may be despicable, it may be immoral, but it’s not a crime.”

"The loss of two officers is significant for a town that only employs 13 full-time cops. They’re a good group of people,” Isaacs said. “The last thing I was expecting to hear in the year 2014 was for a professional law-enforcement officer to be a member of a subversive organization.”

In 2009, however, another Fruitland Park officer, James Elkins, resigned after pictures emerged online of him wearing a Klan hood and robe. Elkins initially claimed that he was not involved with the organization, but eventually admitted that he was the “district Kleage,” or local recruiter, for the National Aryan Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

UPDATE: Some criminal cases dropped in KKK officer controversy

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A trigger warning is not a rule, it’s a tool. It does not demand that we withdraw from topics that are taboo or traumatic, but rather suggests that we approach such topics with greater empathy, greater awareness that not everyone reads the same way. New Statesman | What we talk about when we talk about trigger warnings  (via albinwonderland)

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