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A collection of things. Things I want, things I don't want. Things I have, and things I do not. Things to inspire, and things to admire. Most importantly, things to remind me how blessed I have been in this life.
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hadrian6:

The Oath of Brutus after the death of Lucretia. 1884. Henri Pinta. French 1856-1944. oil/canvas.  1884. winner Prix de Rome.
http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
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itwillalwaysgetworse:

contrast
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Detail of the veiled angel of death, from Honor Roll Monument in Prospect Park, Augustus Lukeman.
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trackoflife:

theres no excuse for not riding
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chitwoodandhobbs:

Jack
Quartherbacks thould wear drethes.— Jack Lambert 
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disciplesofmalcolm:


Robert F. Williams. The man the FBI doesn’t want you to know about. Besides debating Dr. Martin Luther King between nonviolence and self-defense, he was a great friend of Malcolm X. His book “Negroes with Guns” had a huge influence on the Black Panther Party. Not only that, they asked Williams to be Foreign Minister of the Black Panther Party. The FBI did all they could to assassinate or frame him, but he managed to escape and receive political exile in Cuba.
Because he survived, it gave the power structure the chance to write him out of history because of his success with armed self-defense in Monroe, North Carolina. As the leader of the most militant branch in the NAACP (the NAACP eventually expelled him at the request of the power structure), he was the first to tell the world that we must meet violence with violence against the oppressors. This was before Malcolm X advocated armed self-defense. Come see about Robert.
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blackhistoryalbum:

The Way It Was……Mobile, Alabama, 1956. Series 4/5
"By Any Means Necessary"…..An African American teen, with his siblings in the background, standing guard with a gun during racial violence in Alabama,1956. Gordon Parks, Photographer.
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batteredshoes:

Charley Gallay
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in-the-wall:

Norman Rockwell
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bradleymountain:

The back of the Wilder Pack
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