revolutionary mind
revolutionary mind
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nezua:

resist the colonial invasion
nezua:

resist the colonial invasion
24/30
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galeriamanuelgarcia:

calles de #oaxaca : intervención 3x1 #arteurbano #streetart (at Bar La Envidia)
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graffmanifesto:

DSC_0185MSK (by Di’s Free Range Fotos)
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"Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children."
Malcolm X (via blackartchicago)
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drapetomaniakkk:

I am tired being black on this white earth. These white people. I am tired of being caught in the tangle of their domination. 
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Q: I know I'm wrong for this, but it's hard for me to completely respect a kid who wasn't even alive when the music they love was made. I know you can appreciate it, but you can't know what it was like when it was NEW...
Asked by Anonymous
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for-science-sake:

Sea Pens are located in oceans all over the world in a variety of colours and have fossils dating back to the Burgess Shale.
Despite their plant-like appearance and lack of movement, they are actually a community of organisms living together in each organism; with different regions being responsible for a function such as filtration, reproduction and feeding. These are also able to be kept in aquariums but are very difficult to care for.   
for-science-sake:

Sea Pens are located in oceans all over the world in a variety of colours and have fossils dating back to the Burgess Shale.
Despite their plant-like appearance and lack of movement, they are actually a community of organisms living together in each organism; with different regions being responsible for a function such as filtration, reproduction and feeding. These are also able to be kept in aquariums but are very difficult to care for.   
for-science-sake:

Sea Pens are located in oceans all over the world in a variety of colours and have fossils dating back to the Burgess Shale.
Despite their plant-like appearance and lack of movement, they are actually a community of organisms living together in each organism; with different regions being responsible for a function such as filtration, reproduction and feeding. These are also able to be kept in aquariums but are very difficult to care for.   
for-science-sake:

Sea Pens are located in oceans all over the world in a variety of colours and have fossils dating back to the Burgess Shale.
Despite their plant-like appearance and lack of movement, they are actually a community of organisms living together in each organism; with different regions being responsible for a function such as filtration, reproduction and feeding. These are also able to be kept in aquariums but are very difficult to care for.