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twitter.com/blissinateacup:

    "Any community seriously concerned with its own freedom has to be concerned about other peoples’ freedom as well. The victory of oppressed people anywhere in the world is a victory for Black people. Each time one of imperialism’s tentacles is cut off we are closer to liberation […] Imperialism is an international system of exploitation, and, we, as revolutionaries, need to be internationalists to defeat it."
    Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography (via x09)

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    non-westernhistoricalfashion:

    Diadem with Heads of Gazelles and a Stag
    ca. 1648–1540 B.C.
    Egypt

    (Source: metmuseum.org, via andyouknowit)

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    omgbunnyrabbits:

Pretty bunny playing with flower petals.

    omgbunnyrabbits:

    Pretty bunny playing with flower petals.

    (via fancybidet)

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    stophatingyourbody:

#RP @jennifrmtheblox: Happy Thursday guys!❤️☀️ #bodypositive #goodvibes #stophatingyourbody #SHYB

    stophatingyourbody:

    #RP @jennifrmtheblox: Happy Thursday guys!❤️☀️ #bodypositive #goodvibes #stophatingyourbody #SHYB

    (via feministbuffy)

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    Packing break. I’m home sick today and being mostly unhelpful (I just want him to stop so we can watch the killing).

    Packing break. I’m home sick today and being mostly unhelpful (I just want him to stop so we can watch the killing).

    — 2 days ago
    tashatylee:

Backstage at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2014 by Tasha Tylee Model; Teraseth at Darley

    tashatylee:

    Backstage at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2014 by Tasha Tylee
    Model; Teraseth at Darley

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    "

    Anarchists, I discovered, did not believe in anarchy as it is usually defined — disorder, disorganization, chaos, confusion, and everyone doing as they like. On the contrary, they believed that society should be organized in a thousand different ways, that people had to cooperate in work and in play, to create a good society. But anarchists insisted, any organization must avoid hierarchy and command from the top; it must be democratic, consensual, reaching decisions through constant discussion and argument.

    He continued, ‘What attracted me to anarchism was its rejection of any bullying authority — the authority of the state, of the church, or the employer. Anarchism believes that if we can create an egalitarian society without extremes of poverty and wealth, and join hands across all national boundaries, we will not need police forces, prisons, armies, or war, because the underlying causes of these will be gone.’

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    Professor Howard Zinn (via lunaseas)

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