1. 12:33 28th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from naroyan

    hugogreene:

La Haine




så jävla king foto

    hugogreene:

    La Haine

    så jävla king foto
     
  2. 19:18 27th Jul 2014

    Notes: 207

    Reblogged from tjdaywalker

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    eastberliner:

pixacao brazil IV , sao paulo 2011

    eastberliner:

    pixacao brazil IV , sao paulo 2011

     
  3. 19:17

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    Reblogged from tjdaywalker

    (Source: makingdealszine)

     
  4. 19:11 26th Jul 2014

    Notes: 3243

    Reblogged from krigsmaskinen

    "Clashes all over West Bank, 2 Palestinians Killed and several hundreds wounded. There, too, Israel oppresses everyone"  

    (Source: merosezah)

     
  5. 15:33 25th Jul 2014

    Notes: 4

    Reblogged from nonmollaremai0

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  6. 15:06

    Notes: 314

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    jessbennett:

Portraits of Los Angeles’ low rider street culture, on a deck of cards. Photos by Estevan Oriol. #LA #photography #lowrider #losangeles #lawoman #chicano #cards ##estevanoriol #la (at Downtown LA)

    jessbennett:

    Portraits of Los Angeles’ low rider street culture, on a deck of cards. Photos by Estevan Oriol. #LA #photography #lowrider #losangeles #lawoman #chicano #cards ##estevanoriol #la (at Downtown LA)

     
  7. 19:16 21st Jul 2014

    Notes: 314

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  8. 19:11

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    Reblogged from highestates

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    (Source: november-blog)

     
  9. 15:01

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    anoncentral:

No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger: Wise words of the former world-famous professional boxer Muhammad Ali. In an era defined by endless war—when he was drafted and was told that he must fight the communists—his reply was, “No Vietnamese ever called me a nigger”. Consequently, Ali was stripped of his title, expelled from boxing and sentenced to five years in prison. 

    anoncentral:

    No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger:

    Wise words of the former world-famous professional boxer Muhammad Ali. In an era defined by endless war—when he was drafted and was told that he must fight the communists—his reply was, “No Vietnamese ever called me a nigger”. Consequently, Ali was stripped of his title, expelled from boxing and sentenced to five years in prison. 

     
  10. 15:00

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    Reblogged from dopeassflicks

    The illest club in New York!! Let’s take it back to the Tunnel…”

    (Source: scar-alboz)

     
  11. 07:42 20th Jul 2014

    Notes: 4289

    Reblogged from bildochdialektik

    Last night just before 9pm, they sent us a warning over the phone that ‘We will bomb the hospital, so you need to evacuate. We insisted that we cannot leave the hospital. Our patients are, all of them, paralyzed, they’re unconscious. They’re unable to move, so we need to stay in this hospital…

    But just few minutes after the call, shells start falling down on the hospital — the fourth floor, third floor, second floor. Smoke, fire, dust all over.
    —  Basman Alashi, executive director of Al-Wafa Hospital, the only rehabilitation hospital in Gaza and the West Bank. (via thepeoplesrecord)
     
  12. 08:08 18th Jul 2014

    Notes: 301

    Reblogged from naroyan

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    militantweasel:

Antifascist demonstrators are chased by police past East End shops daubed with antifascist and Communist slogans. Battle of Cable street, October 4th, 1936.

    militantweasel:

    Antifascist demonstrators are chased by police past East End shops daubed with antifascist and Communist slogans. Battle of Cable street, October 4th, 1936.

     
  13. 08:02

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    Reblogged from highestates

    (Source: Zer0RadioGIFS)

     
  14. 12:18 12th Jul 2014

    Notes: 5422

    Reblogged from realpowerispeople

    thelakersshowtime:

People forget how skilled Shaq was, in addition to his physical dominance.

    thelakersshowtime:

    People forget how skilled Shaq was, in addition to his physical dominance.

     
  15. 18:50 8th Jul 2014

    Notes: 12

    Reblogged from bildochdialektik

    It was really necessary to see with one’s own eyes old workers, who seemed broken down by decades upon decades of oppression and exploitation, stand upright even in a physical sense during the period of the occupation – see them develop fantastic activities: suggesting, helping, always active day and night. It was necessary to see these and other sights, in order to be convinced how limitless the latent powers of the masses are, and how they are revealed and develop swiftly as soon as the conviction takes root among the masses that they are the arbiters and masters of their own destinies.
    — Antonio Gramsci, on factory occupations in Italy 1921 (via yoursfortherevolution)