i don't know what you expect

excdus:

Robert Montgomery

Sammy Slabbinck
carolineldavid:

new game st // remodel 

“Where I’m from, there’s a lot of gang culture and things like that, so instead of throwing on up gang signs, which we used to, I put a Blood and I put a Crip together and we’re throwing up hearts. It’s about “sparking the idea of some type of change through music or through me because I go back to the city now and people give me the honor and respect that, you know, this kid can change a little bit something different that’s been going on in the community.” - Kendrick Lamar
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❝Cultures of domination rely on the cultivation of fear as a way to ensure obedience. In our society we make much of love and say little about fear. Yet we are all terribly afraid most of the time. As a culture we are obsessed with the notion of safety. Yet we do not question why we live in states of extreme anxiety and dread. Fear is the primary force upholding structures of domination. It promotes the desire for separation, the desire not to be known. When we are taught that safety lies always with sameness, then difference, of any kind, will appear as a threat. When we choose to love we choose to move against fear—against alienation and separation. The choice to love is a choice to connect—to find ourselves in the other.❞
bell hooks, “All About Love” (2000)

(Source: kimtruesdale, via el-vagabundo)

whoismims:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson
fioritoasil:

Elsa Schiaparelli, gold-claw gloves, 1938