Wade Davis, Dreams from endangered cultures. (via readyokaygo)
Women’s Day has been extended until forever because Women are great and why aren’t we always celebrating them
Women are what keep our society functioning correctly! All women are strong and beautiful! Power to Women!
Call the press, we’ve found a new scientific fact.
Angela Davis - from a lecture delivered at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. February 13th, 2014. (via ninjaruski)
I believe there is such a thing as a non violent fist. ❞
Andrea Gibson, Etiquette Leash (via live-lee)
This is the same guy who was racist towards black people and slept naked with little girls.
Gandhi really hated black people. He called the indigenous (black) South Africans “kaffir” (which is like using the n word) and said more than once that Africans were inferior to Indians, being more like animals.
Also do remember that this man advocated those who were Jewish during WW2 to essentially commit mass suicide by throwing themselves onto the Nazi regime’s weapons. Like most romanticized “peaceful” or “revolutionary” historical figures he was completely the opposite in nearly every way.
It’s ridiculous the way history takes people who were basically complete assholes and just sweeps all the negative stuff under the rug to try and pretend they were some amazing, perfect visionaries who we should all aspire to be like
I literally NEVER heard any mention of all the terrible shit about Ghandi when I learned about ‘history’ in school
David Lynch (via mariomayfire)
"There is often talk of human rights, but it is also necessary to talk of the rights of humanity. Why should some people walk barefoot, so that others can travel in luxurious cars? Why should some live for thirty-five years, so that others can live for seventy years? Why should some be miserably poor, so that others can be hugely rich? I speak on behalf of the children in the world who do not have a piece of bread. I speak on the behalf of the sick who have no medicine, of those whose rights to life and human dignity have been denied."❞
-Fidel Castro, 1979.
Pro-government march against right-wing violence in Caracas on 2/18 (source)
Don’t let the #prayforvenezuela tag fool you: Maduro’s government is a people’s government, and the Bolivarian Revolution is a people’s revolution.
No se dejen engañar por la etiqueta #prayforvenezuela: el gobierno de Maduro es un gobierno del pueblo, y la revolución bolivariana es una revolución popular.
Hermanas y hermanos chavistas, ustedes SÍ tienen camaradas por el mundo entero, ustedes SÍ pueden contar con nuestro amor y apoyo.
Viva la Revolución Bolivariana!