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Británico y aborígenes esclavizados.  1910

Británico y aborígenes esclavizados. 1910

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Levantar una torre con piezas de construcción. Y no es un juego. © Mohammadreza Momeni Masuleh, Iran

What an image! Photo intitulée "The wedding night" de Mohammadreza Momeni - Sar Agha Seyed Village, Zagros Mountains Iran - April 2013

Funny pictures about Awesomeness around the world. Oh, and cool pics about Awesomeness around the world. Also, Awesomeness around the world photos.

Picked, probed and placed on display. It fascinates me to see how society depicts this body shape today  A 20-year-old girl from South Africa known as Sarah “Saartjie” Baartman was recruited to work in a Paris zoo because of a genetic characteristic known as steatopygia — protuberant buttocks and elongated labia. Whites went to the zoo to look at her buttocks and at other naked Black women with the same shape.

Human zoos existed 16 Depressing Photos That Will Destroy Your Faith In Humanity - Sarah Baartman – the girl who embodied the inhumanity of the human zoos, here, being “exhibited”.

Racism in America has been and still is alive and well. Sadness.

Let's learn from history and erase racism. Teach your children better so history doesn't repeat itself.

One of the world's great Moms was Josephine Baker. She adopted 12 children, which she called her Rainbow Tribe. She wanted to prove that "children of different ethnicities and religions could still be brothers."

One of the world's great adoptive moms was singer Josephine Baker. She adopted 12 children, which she called her Rainbow Tribe. She wanted to prove that "children of different ethnicities and religions could still be brothers.

A planet to live on for our children and our children's children...or individual/company wealth???  Living and working for Sustainability of our world sounds like a great solution to me!!!

I loathe these people. A planet to live on for our children and our children's children.or individual/company wealth? Living and working for Sustainability of our world sounds like a great solution to me!

A little Trivia about Beyonce's "Love Drought" video scene... The picture seen below Beyonce's photo is about the "Igbo Landing" story - An act of mass resistance against slavery. Igbo Landing is the location of a mass suicide of Igbo slaves that occurred in 1803 on St. Simons Island, GA. A group of Igbo slaves revolted, took control of their slave ship, grounded it on an island, & rather than submit to slavery, proceeded to march into the water while singing in Igbo, drowning themselves…

blackandbrownlove: “ Here’s a little Trivia about Beyonce’s “Love Drought” video scene…The picture that you see below Beyonce’s photo above is about the story of “Igbo Landing” - An act of mass.

From the dust of the earth means varying shades of brown my brothers and sisters

In the beginning was blackness but Now, whitewash run's the earth!that's what happens, when our forefathers ignored the voice of our Creator!

Teach your children the real truth...This happened all over the world!

White man has invaded, raped & looted ancient cultures since the beginning of time & called it 'settling'. Taking what isn't yours is called stealing, robbery & thieving.

#tbt for all those who wana say racism was a long time ago and is over now because "we are all one" all of a sudden. Far from a relic from an unenlightened past remnants of such exhibits have continued in Europe as late as the 2000s. Above photograph is from Brussels Belgium in 1958. Racism is deeply embedded in our culture. Slavery of African people ethnic cleansing of Native Americans and colonialist imperialism are seeds that intertwine to create racism that still has impacts today. O...

Brussels, Belgium Racism is deeply embedded in our culture. Slavery of African people ethnic cleansing of Native Americans and colonialist imperialism are seeds that intertwine to create racism that still impacts today.

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