Know your rights.
When I’m walking down the hallways @ school and bitches be walking hella slow…
Linda Forsell. Cause of Death: Woman
War (Mexico - Ciudad Juarez)
In Mexico the war is of a different sort. The so-called “war on drugs” plays out between powerful drug cartels that the police and military try to confine but usually end up becoming a part of. Women are under serious attack. Brutal women’s killings, kidnappings and rapes have skirted the path of drugs. Young girls have been found dead in barrels of acid, mutilated with breast ripped off or abducted to be found dead a month later in the desert.
The underlying causes of these atrocities are complicated and impossible to fully comprehend , but drugs, lawlessness, corruption, innumerous undocumented immigrants and power-hungry cartel member
Mexico: In 2010, Ciudad Juarez was crowned the murder capitol of the world. Murders of women have taken extreme shapes through mutilations, kidnappings, rapes and deformations.
Mexico: Pink crosses all over Ciudad Juarez mark where women have been founded murdered.
Interesting child abuse poster
A poster made by The Spanish organization ANAR Foundation (Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk). They started a new street poster campaign that uses the process of lenticular printing to secretly send a message to abused children without alerting their abusers, even if they’re walking together.
Anyone over 4’5” sees this view, with a caption: “Sometimes, child abuse is only visible to the child suffering it.”
Anyone shorter sees the beaten child version of the poster with another caption saying: “If somebody hurts you, phone us and we’ll help you.”
I love this. This is brilliant.
Yaba daba doo.
its all ghetto and ignorant until white people want to do it
Ocean Beach Drive, San Francisco, California, USA
In case you haven’t heard this recently:
You are doing a great job. No matter how small your progress is it’s still progress. I am proud of you and how far you have come. Keep up the great work!
Pallavi Singh - Harper’s Bazaar India January/February 2014
photos by Colston Julian
styled by Krishna Mukhi
La Virgen de las Calles / Honor Our Past, Celebrate Our Future // Ester Hernandez