1. mothernaturenetwork:

    The dirty dozen: 12 products you should avoid
    Greener living is all about making changes each day. Sometimes, it’s about setting aside unhealthy or resource-hogging products. Here are 12 to avoid.

     

  2. People standing in line Louisville, Kentucky 1939
    A car crash in Washington D.C. around 1921
    Louis Armstrong plays to his wife, Lucille, in Cairo, Egypt 1961
    Louis Armstrong practicing backstage in 1946
    Big Jay McNeely, Olympic Auditorium, 1953
    World War 2 soldiers on Easter
    Country store in July 1939. Gordonton, North Carolina
    Burger Flipper 1938
    Times Square 1947
     

  3. MAMA SAY EB & FLOW

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  4. youwish-youcould:

    bootyscientist:

    "it’s not about race"

    !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. our-amazing-world:

    Eule Eagle Owl on th Amazing World beautiful amazing

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  6. Lion and tiger cubs  - (via) | ᶹᶥᶳᶸᵃᶩᶳ

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  7. mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

    turmoilsofthesea:

    socialjusticekoolaid:

    HAPPENING NOW (10.9.14): Another young black man, 18-year old Vonderrick Myers, has been killed by a police officer, miles away from Ferguson. St Louis (STL) is turnt the fuck up right now. They literally ran the police out of the neighborhood, and are currently marching around the city. Details are still emerging, but from eye witness accounts, the young man was shot 16 times after the cop mistook a sandwich for a gun. My heart and soul are with the people of STL tonight. See you on Friday for #FergusonOctober. #staywoke #blacklivesmatter (PT 1)

    Follow #shawshooting on Twitter for updates.

    Follow the Argus Livestream as events unfold tonight.

    Check out Bella Eiko’s UStream.

    RIP Vonderrick Myer, the victim of tonight’s police shooting. We fighting for you now too.

    Are you kidding me?!

    what the fuck

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  8. "We live in a golden age of African identities. Barack Obama presents one model of modern Black/African leadership to the world, while writers like Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie present another. The perils of Boko Haram reinforce certain stigmas of African military rule, while LGBTQ activist and author Binyavanga Wainaina challenges our narrow conception of African sexuality. It’s my hope that wherever you are, reading this post and future entries, you will lift your voice and be more than just a murmur in the discussion about what it means to be African in the modern age."
     

  9. secondtimevirgin:

    Bombay, Our City (Anand Patwardhan, 1985)

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  10. 50bestphotos:

    SunFlowers by ardaerlik http://ift.tt/1vEnNEQ

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  11. mothernaturenetwork:

    Recipe: Farmers Market Spinach Pie with Portobello Mushrooms
    Whip up this incredibly fast and easy recipe for a healthy breakfast or brunch (or dinner!) It’s flexible so you can customize it with your favorite ingredients.

     


  12. "White people are a very recent invention, and I do say invention. In America it is very clear that many people came here for many complex reasons, but they were not white before they got here. They were Irish or Polish or English or German, they didn’t become white until they got here. And they had to become white in self-defense because I was here. And I was here for them, to work for them to keep them white."
     

  13. ourafrica:

    We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.

    Via: African Digital Art

    (via the1gongguru)

     

  14. blvkacid:

    Urban Fashion | Luxury | Blvk Acid

    (Source: sp1rit, via the1gongguru)

     


  15. "Don’t allow your mind to tell your heart what to do. The mind gives up easily."