1. 04:14 pm

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    reblogged from: laughterkey

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    fishingboatproceeds:

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Dhaka, Bangladesh. More than 1,100 people were killed. As detailed in this story, some progress has been made in improving conditions for Bangladeshi factory workers, but there is still a long way to go, particularly as large American retailers like Target and Wal-Mart haven’t signed on to the international inspection agreement. (They say they’re doing their own inspections.)
The victims’ fund also remains critically underfunded as many brands that bought clothes from the factory—including JC Penney and Benetton—have failed to make contributions.

Still makes me so angry. CHECK YOUR LABELS! Made in America is more common and cheaper than you think.

    fishingboatproceeds:

    Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Dhaka, Bangladesh. More than 1,100 people were killed. As detailed in this story, some progress has been made in improving conditions for Bangladeshi factory workers, but there is still a long way to go, particularly as large American retailers like Target and Wal-Mart haven’t signed on to the international inspection agreement. (They say they’re doing their own inspections.)

    The victims’ fund also remains critically underfunded as many brands that bought clothes from the factory—including JC Penney and Benetton—have failed to make contributions.

    Still makes me so angry. CHECK YOUR LABELS! Made in America is more common and cheaper than you think.

     
  2. YAS!

    YAS!

    (Source: v-i-n-g-a-n-c-a)

     
  3. 04:31 pm

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    reblogged from: laughterkey

    larhunter:

    Heathers the Musical opens tonight, byatches.

    p.s. You can hear my laughter in this spot.

    Saw this, loved it. Get tickets and go!!

     
  4. 11:09 am

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    reblogged from: senojp

    from89:

    Intersections An Ornately Carved Wood Cube

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    All I can say is gah.

     
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    Now this is an em effing fairy tale!

    Now this is an em effing fairy tale!

    (Source: catversushuman.com)

     
  6. 11:52 am 21st Mar 14

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    d-pi:

thehungryhungryemo:

note-a-bear:

qweent:


Tulsa OK 1921: US Government Bombs US City



National Guard troops patrolling the streets armed. Thousands of black people held in a convention center. Hundreds of black dead, with bodies piled like wood. That was not New Orleans, that was Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June 1921.On May 30, 1921 a young black man named Dick Rowland, stumbled into a white woman, while entering an elevator. He was accused of assault, and arrested the next day. Newly rich from oil Tulsa, was a Ku Klux Klan town. Rowland was sentenced to be hanged. The Tulsa Tribune called for a “Negro lynching tonight.”The white mob was surprised when they were met by several dozen armed black men, dressed in their World War I uniforms. This led to a racist three day destruction of the black neighborhood of Greenwood. The Red Cross reported 300 mostly dead black people.Greenwood called “Little Africa,” was a relatively wealthy community. White mobs, many deputized, destroyed every house, store, church or school. The mob met resistance from an armed black population. Governor Robertson declared martial law. The National Guard arrived with machine gun mounted trucks, and airplanes hovering over Greenwood. It was the first time an American city was bombed from the air, by the US government.Over 6,000 black people, were round up and held in the convention center and fairgrounds, as long as eight days. The homeless were shuttled into a tent city, where typhoid and malnutrition took over. Blacks were allowed out of the convention center, with a tag, with an employers name. Thosands fled the city.Attempts to turn Greenwood into an industrial zone were unsuccessful. For several years, it was deprived of paved streets, running water, and garbage collection.See: Tulsa Reparations Coalition and thank you to Internationalist Group for presenting this story in your newspaper.
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Always needs to be reblogged

Shit they don’t teach you in school.



The history text books miss always gets a reblog.

    d-pi:

    thehungryhungryemo:

    note-a-bear:

    qweent:

    Tulsa OK 1921: US Government Bombs US City


    National Guard troops patrolling the streets armed. Thousands of black people held in a convention center. Hundreds of black dead, with bodies piled like wood. That was not New Orleans, that was Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June 1921.

    On May 30, 1921 a young black man named Dick Rowland, stumbled into a white woman, while entering an elevator. He was accused of assault, and arrested the next day. Newly rich from oil Tulsa, was a Ku Klux Klan town. Rowland was sentenced to be hanged. The Tulsa Tribune called for a “Negro lynching tonight.”

    The white mob was surprised when they were met by several dozen armed black men, dressed in their World War I uniforms. This led to a racist three day destruction of the black neighborhood of Greenwood. The Red Cross reported 300 mostly dead black people.

    Greenwood called “Little Africa,” was a relatively wealthy community. White mobs, many deputized, destroyed every house, store, church or school. The mob met resistance from an armed black population. Governor Robertson declared martial law. The National Guard arrived with machine gun mounted trucks, and airplanes hovering over Greenwood. It was the first time an American city was bombed from the air, by the US government.

    Over 6,000 black people, were round up and held in the convention center and fairgrounds, as long as eight days. The homeless were shuttled into a tent city, where typhoid and malnutrition took over. Blacks were allowed out of the convention center, with a tag, with an employers name. Thosands fled the city.

    Attempts to turn Greenwood into an industrial zone were unsuccessful. For several years, it was deprived of paved streets, running water, and garbage collection.

    See: Tulsa Reparations Coalition and thank you to Internationalist Group for presenting this story in your newspaper.

    RENEGADE EYE

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    Always needs to be reblogged

    Shit they don’t teach you in school.

    The history text books miss always gets a reblog.

     
  7. 12:59 pm

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    reblogged from: laughterkey

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    suicideblonde:

TRU LUV

Erm, I’m sorry… I get he’s cute, nice dick, yadda yadda- but that makes him sound like a horrible man. Do we let men we want to fuck get away with blatant misogyny? Honest question.

    suicideblonde:

    TRU LUV

    Erm, I’m sorry… I get he’s cute, nice dick, yadda yadda- but that makes him sound like a horrible man. Do we let men we want to fuck get away with blatant misogyny? Honest question.

    (Source: affordyourlove)

     
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    Another photo from my new baby, er, camera. Lil bit of photoshop.

    Another photo from my new baby, er, camera. Lil bit of photoshop.

     
  9. 02:11 pm 12th Mar 14

    notes: 281345

    reblogged from: season-of-the-bitch

    tags: bats

    I’m batty for the gif set. Hey? Hey?

    (Source: kiyza)

     
  10. 10:27 am

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    When cats attack. To be fair, I would have done the same if a crazed 20 pound cat was attacking my family. But I also wouldn’t have kept a cat with a “history of violence” after having a baby.

    When cats attack. To be fair, I would have done the same if a crazed 20 pound cat was attacking my family. But I also wouldn’t have kept a cat with a “history of violence” after having a baby.

    (Source: wbtv.com)

     
  11. image: view

    Here’s the first pic from my new camera. Yay!

    Here’s the first pic from my new camera. Yay!

     
  12. image: view

    Preach!

    Preach!