Copenhagen, Denmark (by Mik Hartwell)
Matthew Pillsbury - Time Frame
No more excuses. No more silence. No more violence. No more.
this seriously needs more notes i cant even
Yes it does.. A LOT MORE.
Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen
I went to school with Trevor and a lot of my friends know him. I’ve always loved his work, but I love the new level of spunk he’s added to his personal projects.
Nazi eugenicists frequently observed that their laws to bar Jewish-Aryan mating were more liberal than were American laws to separate people of African descent from the white genetic pool. Germans held that a person who was one-quarter Jewish was a legal Aryan and thus fit to marry a German, but parallel marriages and mating between whites and Black people were illegal in much of the United States and, in effect, punishable by death — lynching. The “one-drop” laws of many southern states counted anyone who had even one thirty-second African heritage as Black. Other laws, such as the 1924 Virginia Racial Integrity Act, denominated anyone with any “Negro blood” at all as Black. Editors of German medical journals learned a great deal about eugenic proscription by studying American medical journals, whose charts precisely detailed which racial mixtures were tolerable in marriages to whites, who was “white” enough to vote, and so on. In fact, a cordial rivalry characterized the relationship between German and American eugenicists: “The Germans are beating us at our own game,” Virginian eugenicist Dr. Joseph S. Dejarnette sighed in a thinly veiled admiration during a 1934 speech in which he urged the Virginia legislature to expand its sterilization laws.
Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet A. Washington
Americans were so good at medicalized racism that the Nazis learned from us.
Encased in a beautiful, sterling silver teardrop, these colorful flowers will add a bit of color to any day. Includes marigolds, daisies, rose petals, and several other flowers. Chain is available in three different lengths. Sold on Etsy.
You can never care too much,
you can only choose the wrong things to
im coming friend
im here i love u
A street scene from Cajamarca, Peru
Photography: Olivia Rae James
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