A tribute graffiti, Athens, Greece.

"Τα δακρυγόνα μαζί τα φάγαμε…" (we were tear-gassed together…)


Exposure to increased violence in childhood means less willingness to negotiate later on:


One week, 3 videos of NYPD cops abusing people

1. 17-year-old Marcel Hamer

In a video from early June that surfaced Wednesday, you can see an NYPD officer strike 17-year-old Marcel Hamer, allegedly because he thought the cigarette Hamer was smoking might be marijuana. “Mister, it was just a cigarette, sir,” Hamer says in the video. “It was just a cigarette.”

After the blow, you can see Hamer go limp while onlookers shout at the officers. “You knocked him out!” one yelled. “He knocked Marcel out!” Hamer woke up after paramedics arrived, according to The Brooklyn Paper. The officer who hit him has been suspended, while the other on the scene has lost his gun and badge. The NYPD is investigating the incident, and Hamer’s family has lawyered up, alleging he suffers from long-term injuries like memory loss, dizziness and headaches stemming from the hit.

There are 2 more where that came from 



Nellie Franklin decked out in Victorian splendor holding a parasol. Tallahassee, Florida circa 1885-1911. Alvan S. Harper Collection, State Library and Archives of Florida.

When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.


The epic feud between stick figure and animator continues… 



Thailand’s army, which grabbed power last May, has outlawed the public gathering of five or more people. But there is a natural link between the Hong Kong protesters and their Thai allies.

It’s Illegal to Hold a Rally in Thailand, but Students Did It Anyway to Support Hong Kong’s Protesters

Follow the Hong Kong protests at China Digital Times.


Following the 14th Dalai Lama’s recent comment that President Xi Jinping is “more realistic [and] more open-minded” than his predecessor Hu Jintao, the Tibetan spiritual leader has indicated that informal discussions about a pilgrimage to China are underwayRead on.

Photo: The Dalai Lama @ The Vancouver Peace Summit by kris krüg


enjoy the ride

Branislav Fabijanic

We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.
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Ilham Tohti is innocent. #FreeIlham Tohti - Mollie Rodriguez



Soho, NYC
More photos: 2face, Street Art

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