k-a-t-i-e-:

Leicester Square, 1981
Derek Ridgers

k-a-t-i-e-:

Belsen

Soho, 1981

Derek Ridgers

"I have a lot to say, you just have to ask the right questions."

- Unknown  (via asdfghjkllove)

(Fuente: bredled, vía theirrelevanceofgender)

chizukurowassan:

Jenny Holzer: Abuse of Power Comes as No Surprise - c.1984
clitterly:

emilyvgordon:

shepherdsongs:

I was driving past a business here in the Houston Heights, when I glimpsed this painted on the side of the building. I recognized that iconic WWII poster before I realized it was not just any woman, but 14 year old Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who was attacked for wanting an education. The words next to her are her quote, ( “I don’t mind if I have to sit on the floor at school.) All I want is education. And I’m afraid of no one.”

This is gorgeous.


yes

(Fuente: sizvideos, vía naranjovich)

"There are years that ask questions and years that answer."

- Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (via feellng)

(vía theinternetintrovert)

thiswastheirfinesthour:

In August 1961, two young girls speak with their grandparents in East Germany over a barbed wire fence, a barricade which later became the Berlin Wall. 
lupitovi:

Gréve à Citroën Javel 1938 (Willy Ronis)

This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina
finegoodsfinefolks:

pingonow:

In this African tribe, when someone does something harmful, they take the person to the center of the village where the whole tribe comes and surrounds them.  For two days, they will say to the man all the good things that he has done. The tribe believes that each human being comes into the world as a good. Each one of us only desiring safety, love, peace and happiness.  But sometimes, in the pursuit of these things, people make mistakes. The community sees those mistakes as a cry for help. They unite then to lift him, to reconnect him with his true nature, to remind him who he really is, until he fully remembers the truth of which he had been temporarily disconnected: “I am good.” Shikoba Nabajyotisaikia! NABAJYOTISAIKIA, is a compliment used in South Africa and means: “I respect you, I cherish you. You matter to me.” In response, people say SHIKOBA, which is: “So, I exist for you.”

I have hope in humanity. There’s goodness in this world. All around us.