adonisimam:

The true righteous is most often an ex-sinner. Can you really appreciate the whole if you’ve never experienced the broken? Can you really rise without falling? We learn from experiencing the “paradox”.

dissociative-state:

Graffiti in the city of Rabat, Morocco
- Omar

dissociative-state:

Graffiti in the city of Rabat, Morocco

- Omar

(via alyibnawi)

bygoneamericana:

A Black Panther Party member. Chicago, 1969.
By Hiroji Kubota

bygoneamericana:

A Black Panther Party member. Chicago, 1969.

By Hiroji Kubota

(Source: magnumphotos.com)

bygoneamericana:

American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, after winning gold and bronze Olympic medals in the 200m, respectively, raise their fists in a Black Power salute. Mexico, 1968.
By John Dominis

bygoneamericana:

American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, after winning gold and bronze Olympic medals in the 200m, respectively, raise their fists in a Black Power salute. Mexico, 1968.

By John Dominis

(Source: TIME)

obliviate0:

نحب الورود لكننا نحب الزيتون أكثر هذه الشجرة هديه لكل من لديه المساحة لزراعتها  Translation- we love roses but we love olive more, this tree is a gift for anyone who has the space to plant it.

obliviate0:

نحب الورود لكننا نحب الزيتون أكثر
هذه الشجرة هديه لكل من لديه المساحة لزراعتها
Translation- we love roses but we love olive more, this tree is a gift for anyone who has the space to plant it.

(via arabic-posts)

nycnostalgia:

Sal’s Candy Store. A mildly suspicious storefront if I ever saw one.

Powerful photo….

nycnostalgia:

Sal’s Candy Store. A mildly suspicious storefront if I ever saw one.

Powerful photo….

jurhfalastini:

flatulenceontoast:

auspolandallthat:

Wow

Fucking bastards.

This is hilarious

(Source: tasfleur)

imminentrevolt:

Spotted in Ramallah, Palestine.الثورة المستمرةThe ongoing Revolution.

imminentrevolt:

Spotted in Ramallah, Palestine.

الثورة المستمرة
The ongoing Revolution.

(via jurhfalastini)


Published by Dignidad Rebelde (USA), designed by artist Jesus Barraza, 2014. 

Published by Dignidad Rebelde (USA), designed by artist Jesus Barraza, 2014. 

(Source: jurhfalastini)

bygoneamericana:

Navajo chief, circa 1904.
By Edward Curtis

bygoneamericana:

Navajo chief, circa 1904.

By Edward Curtis

(Source: Flickr / trialsanderrors)