Hodgepodge

This is some stuff I like.




youknowyoureafloridianwhen:

Good morning!

youknowyoureafloridianwhen:

Good morning!

(via oldflorida)



(Source: oupacademic)



westeastsouthnorth:

Male, Maldives

westeastsouthnorth:

Male, Maldives

(Source: Flickr / kerry_bellerose)



westeastsouthnorth:

Manzanillo, Costa Rica

westeastsouthnorth:

Manzanillo, Costa Rica

(Source: Flickr / piratepenpen)



wbur:

From our “Brain Matters” series, a story about how music helps in the development of the human brain.

wbur:

From our “Brain Matters” series, a story about how music helps in the development of the human brain.

(via npr)




huffingtonpost:

GORDON PARKS’ 1950S PHOTO ESSAY ON CIVIL RIGHTS-ERA AMERICA IS AS RELEVANT AS EVER

An exhibition of Parks’ rare color photographs, entitled “Gordon Parks: Segregation Story,” will go on view this fall at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The photos capture a particularly disturbing moment in American history, captured via the lives of an African American family, the Thorntons, living under Jim Crow segregation in 1950s Alabama. See all of the photos here.

(via kludge)

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ahguzelistanbul:

İstanbul
By Osman Topçu

ahguzelistanbul:

İstanbul

By Osman Topçu



westeastsouthnorth:

Socotra, Yemen

westeastsouthnorth:

Socotra, Yemen

(Source: 500px.com)



oldflorida:

Class assembled in front of a thatched one-room school building, 1890s, State Archives of Florida

oldflorida:

Class assembled in front of a thatched one-room school building, 1890s, State Archives of Florida




“All white women in this nation know that their status is different from that of black women/women of color. They know this from the time they are little girls watching television and seeing only their images. They know that the only reason nonwhites are absent/invisible is because they are not white. All white women in this nation know that whiteness is a privileged category. The fact that white females may choose to repress or deny this knowledge does not mean they are #ignorant: it means that they are in denial.”

bell hooks  (via feministquotes)

(via kludge)