Perhaps this is the moment for which you have been created - Esther 4:14
I Can’t Breathe: Broadway Stars Send A Message About Police Violence & The Killing Of Eric Garner
On July 29th, at 6pm WalkRunFly Productions (Warren Adams & Brandon Victor Dixon) partnered with poet Daniel J. Watts, and over 100 Broadway stars, directors, producers, musicians, choreographers, designers and technicians in Times Square to send a message about violence and the killing of Eric Garner.
The overrepresentation of Indigenous children in the child protection system is “complicated”, says the report. “The legacy of past policies of forced removal; intergenerational effects of previous separations from family and culture; lower socioeconomic status; and perceptions arising from cultural differences in child-rearing practices, are all underlying causes for their over-representation in the child welfare system,” it reads.
The Tower of David, an unfinished skyscraper in downtown Caracas, has been the home of 3,000 people for the past several years. Now, the world’s tallest slum is being evacuated: http://nyr.kr/1nXJAAo
Photograph by Sebastian Liste.
George Takei describes the moment when he and his family were sent to an internment camp.
First, an image by Ricardo Cortés, 2014, from “The Act of Whitening”:
For Kara Walker’s first large-scale public project, A Subtlety…, presented by Creative Time at Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory, Creative Time Reports features poetry, prose and illustrations related to central themes of Walker’s exhibition. Here, writer and illustrator Ricardo Cortés presents a series of drawings referencing the slave labor central to sugar’s historic manufacture.
One inspiration undoubtedly came from Edward King, The Great South (Hartford, Conn., 1875), p. 83. According to The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record, this lithograph,
Shows the reaping of the sugar cane; [B]lack fieldworkers, white overseer. Original sketch made by J. Wells Chamney who accompanied the author during 1873 and the spring and summer of 1874; the latter describes this plantation on pp. 82-83. Although relating to the post-emancipation period, the scene evokes the later antebellum years.
John Oliver has created the most entertaining—and most informative— explanation of net neutrality ever. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/RYUUUy
Clarks in Jamaica tells the story of the phenomenal popularity of Clarks shoes in Jamaica – from their initial journey from the quiet village of Somerset to the West Indies one hundred years ago, through to their adoption as the rudeboy and Rasta shoe of choice during the 1960s, and the filtering of this popularity into reggae and dancehall song lyrics.
"Even when you know
Hits you hard,
Leaves slow, comes back fast
When you can’t take it
don’t swallow your pain
Been around once
It’ll be around again”
Deptford Goth, ‘Feel Real’
the only time it’s okay to wash berries even if you aren’t eating them immediately is if you let them soak in 1 part apple cider vinegar to 4 parts water for 10-15 minutes. it’s a fruit wash and idk how or why but my berries last for up to 2 weeks, easily.
I agree with the vinegar and berries thing. If I soak mine in water and vinegar after buying them they last so much longer!