1. utnereader:

    The Reparations of History
    What the modern world owes slavery


  2. #tdih July 26, 1950: the No Gun Ri Massacre in South Korea, one of the deadliest acts committed by U.S. ground troops in the 20th century. If reports of upwards of 300 civilians killed are correct, then the event is comparable to better known tragedies such as the 1968 My Lai Massacre. This tragic event was barely reported outside of Korea until 1999 when three AP journalists, Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley, and Martha Mendoza, brought the story to international attention. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1pnFgvx

    (via socialismartnature)


  3. life1nmotion:

    Casa CP 78 by Taller Estilo Arquitectura


  4. seabois:


    (Source: a-l-ancien-regime, via alvarson)


  5. inceration:


    (via lunareast)


  6. brazilwonders:

    Rio de Janeiro (by )


  7. dustjacketattic:

    matisse beach club | perth



  9. nicholassabalos:

    Those were the days….

    Classic Cunard Line poster from 1907….advertising the wonders of the new 20th Century age of high-speed, luxury liner steamship travel across the Atlantic Ocean….from the traditional, old world of Europe….to the vibrant and promising new world of America.

    Ocean liners like RMS Lusitania and RMS Mauretania were, in fact, quantum leaps forward in engineering, service and unabashed luxury during the early years of the 20th Century.

    »Note: The “Via Queenstown” mention at the bottom of the poster was of major historical importance. Queenstown (now known as Cobh), Ireland, was the departure point for millions of Irishmen who emigrated to America in search of a new and better life….most traveling deep in the lower-cost, lower-class sections of the multi-class grand ocean liners.

    (via rendellstreet)




  12. hypermodernist:

    Triumphal arch




  15. (Source: sweetandviscous)