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krewellayasmine:

huffingtonpost:

Hey, White America, You Need To Hear What These Ferguson Kids Have To Say

In a new video from social justice-oriented T-shirt company FCKH8, several Ferguson children lampoon the excuses white people give to avoid getting involved in ending discrimination in America and deliver a call to action to stomp out racism.

Watch the full video and see these kids explain how racism is still a huge part of even getting an interview for a job.

THIS IS THE SHIT

Annabeth and Percy’s timeline in HoO so far

Anonymous asked:
How old are you?

Hi anon. Older than you, probably.

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Gentileschi could match the men of counter-reformation art, but chose to dramatise the struggles of women. She depicted the same heroines, even repeating the scenes of her father Orazio, but she charged hers with a pungent critique of male possession of women. The violence of voyeurism is palpable in her Susanna and the Elders (1610), when the cowering woman is victim to the lecherous gaze of two old men. They will accuse her of the capital crime of adultery unless she agrees to sleep with them. Her strong twisting body is displayed, but her horror is uppermost, and her arms are raised in resistance. “What are YOU looking at?” the painting says to us. Compare this with Tintoretto’s titillating version in which Susanna seems to know she is being watched and exhibits her white nakedness in an obliging soft performance. The episode becomes a pretext for erotica, and as the woman is complicit in her own subjugation, the dirt of sexual oppression is whitewashed away. Gentileschi will have none of it.

It is not my purpose to suggest that we have yet to discover a female Michelangelo, but it is misleading to look at the past through the eyes of men alone. What women saw was different. Let’s remember that.

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Amanda Vickery, Bring Female Artists out of Storage, published on the Guardian’s website yesterday (16 May)

my favorite thing i’ve read this week in light of revising for an exam on 17/18th century european art in which a total of FIVE women artists were mentioned throughout the semester…..

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mad4s4hatter:

lostpunzel:

Anna for my friend

him-e:

" I     d o n ' t    b e l i e v e    y o u . "   [x] 
Jhak Maar Ke - Neeraj Shridhar, Harshdeep Kaur