Monday, January 14, 2013
thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 8 Track Collection by Jim Golden

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 8 Track Collection by Jim Golden

Sunday, January 13, 2013
todayinlaborhistory:


Today in labor history, January 13, 1874:  As 7,000+ workers demonstrate in New York City’s Tompkins Square Park for unemployment relief, mounted police charge into the crowd, beating men, women, and children with billy clubs. Future American Federation of Labor (AFL) President Samuel Gompers, who was at the demonstration, described the police attack as “an orgy of brutality.”

todayinlaborhistory:

Today in labor history, January 13, 1874:  As 7,000+ workers demonstrate in New York City’s Tompkins Square Park for unemployment relief, mounted police charge into the crowd, beating men, women, and children with billy clubs. Future American Federation of Labor (AFL) President Samuel Gompers, who was at the demonstration, described the police attack as “an orgy of brutality.”

sisterspock:

allcreatures:
Sled dogs take part in the Border Rush Race in The Giant Mountains National Park, in Jakuszyce, Poland
Picture: REUTERS/Pawel Sosnowski (via Animal pictures of the week: 11 January 2013 - Telegraph)

sisterspock:

allcreatures:

Sled dogs take part in the Border Rush Race in The Giant Mountains National Park, in Jakuszyce, Poland

Picture: REUTERS/Pawel Sosnowski (via Animal pictures of the week: 11 January 2013 - Telegraph)

Saturday, January 12, 2013
abstractelements:

untitled, nyc 2013

abstractelements:

untitled, nyc 2013

thenationmagazine:

From Jessica Valenti’s latest, on victim-blaming rape culture:

This widespread cultural message could not be clearer: Men’s sexual urges are uncontrollable and therefore not their responsibility. It’s a fairly insulting view of male morality and sexuality, but it’s also one that allows the culture to put the blame for men’s bad (and criminal) behavior on women’s shoulders. But making women responsible for men’s sexuality isn’t just about excusing rape and sexual harassment. It’s a cultural rule that enforces the idea that this is a man’s world—women just live in it.

Read the full piece here.

thenationmagazine:

From Jessica Valenti’s latest, on victim-blaming rape culture:

This widespread cultural message could not be clearer: Men’s sexual urges are uncontrollable and therefore not their responsibility. It’s a fairly insulting view of male morality and sexuality, but it’s also one that allows the culture to put the blame for men’s bad (and criminal) behavior on women’s shoulders. But making women responsible for men’s sexuality isn’t just about excusing rape and sexual harassment. It’s a cultural rule that enforces the idea that this is a man’s world—women just live in it.

Read the full piece here.