“It was kind of like tag, but we were slaves and slave catchers,” a student told her mother. “She [the teacher] would sit on the bench and the slave catchers would come up to the door and ask did she have any slaves.”
I have caught up on my Project 365, and this photo was taken on the night of January 26th, 2012. Please check out the rest of the photos just uploaded by clicking HERE.
Meet Landon. His father, Marine LCPL Carpenter, gave his life defending our country in Afghanistan earlier this year, a month before his son was born. Baby Landon’s Mom wants his story to be known. Take a moment to share this photo with your friends and reflect on the […]
A musical sculpture on the top of a hill looking across Burnley, Lancashire, provides continuous eerie tunes so long as the wind blows.
Origami is the art of folding paper, so what’s it called when one creates a digital representation of the meticulous paper art? Whatever it is, artist Jeremy Kool has mastered it in his series entitled The Paper Fox. Kool brilliantly displays paper sculptures of all types of wildlife. The […]
From the subtle to the sickening, this Republican primary season has seen a normalizing of racist and racially-coded language. The three primary beliefs of the GOP’s are white, Christian, and heterosexual.
On the eve of the second anniversary of the much-despised Citizens United ruling, activists with the Other 98% and Backbone Campaign put a giant dollar sign light projection, along with a few other messages, on the Supreme Court building to protest the ruling that undermined government of, by […]
Recently, Maurice Sendak was recently featured on the Colbert Report. During the interview, Maurice provided his view on Newt Gingrich:
Utterly amazing! Two Toronto teenagers with an interest in space flight became overnight rock stars after their mission to send a Lego man into near space captured international attention.
Gingrich’s wasteful, scientifically unsound plan to put colonists on lunar soil.