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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
cultureunseen:

Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
cultureunseen:

Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
cultureunseen:

Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
cultureunseen:

Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930
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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930

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Salute to Sister Soldier Yuri Kochiyama!

Born May 19, 1921 (93 years young and strong)
An extraordinary Japanese American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women’s rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. A prolific writer and speaker on human rights, Kochiyama has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities and high schools in the U.S. and Canada.

http://www.amazon.com/Heartbeat-Struggle-Revolutionary-Kochiyama-Critical/dp/0816645930

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bambudepistola:

IRVINE!!! This Friday, May 23, The Bar will be at UCI all day for the #EMPIREOFFUNK conference. ProBrown and I will be on a couple of panels and we’ll be performing with Nphared for the closing concert (7pm)! Be there!!! Hit up @empireoffunk for more details.
#BARKADA

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Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
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Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)
humanoidhistory:

Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.
(Los Angeles Public Library)

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Scenes from the L.A. riots on April 30, 1992. Photos by Gary Leonard.

(Los Angeles Public Library)

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phatlip:

The carabao (water buffalo) has been utilized in the Philippines as far back as pre-Spanish colonialism and are often used by farmers to plow the fields and as a means of transportation. The carabao is one of the most important animals in the country, especially in agriculture, cultivating the land for livelihood. Carabao skin was also once used extensively in the Philippines to create a variety of products, including the armor of pre-colonial Filipino warriors. The carabao, the unofficial national animal of the Philippines, symbolizes hard work, endurance and strength.

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This Is How Beyonce’s Drunk In Love Would Sound In The 1940′s

Scott Bradlee is back with another great vintage cover. This time taking Beyonce’s hit single ‘Drunk In Love’ back in time to the 1940′s with singer Cristina Gatti.

Cristina’s great voice and the big band definitely makes this unique cover totally different from the original. Right in the middle, it feels like something is missing then that sax hits. Amazing.

You hella don’t wanna miss tomorrow’s @foodandsh_t pop-up. Aside from it being #pulutan, these doods @thebarmusic are hosting and screening their newest music video - all on top being in the Philippines for 26 hours this weekend.

I AINT MAD AT THIS MONDAY MORNING 💚💙💚💙

#gohawks #superbowlxlvii #superbowlchamps #sb48 #seattle #seahawks booooyyyyeee

Yum. Victory tastes so sweet.

Blue(berries) and green(tea) #TGIBF #GOHAWKS