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rafaadsan:

samiratastic:

pharmawhat:

Now this here folks is where you find humanity.

Sorry, I have to share the pictures and letters

Children that have spent most or all of their existence in a camp can have so much hope, kindness and intelligence.  

this hatter my heart to pieces. hasbi allah 

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rafaadsan:

samiratastic:

pharmawhat:

Now this here folks is where you find humanity.

Sorry, I have to share the pictures and letters
Children that have spent most or all of their existence in a camp can have so much hope, kindness and intelligence.  















this hatter my heart to pieces. hasbi allah 

rafaadsan:

samiratastic:

pharmawhat:

Now this here folks is where you find humanity.

Sorry, I have to share the pictures and letters

Children that have spent most or all of their existence in a camp can have so much hope, kindness and intelligence.  

this hatter my heart to pieces. hasbi allah 

(Source: yungjihadi)

The only comeback I’m waiting for right now is for the hundreds missing in Korea.

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shinee-loves-generation:

queen jessica

My princess❤️queen jessica

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shinee-loves-generation:

queen jessica

My princess❤️queen jessica

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joshhutchercat:

my heart says yes but my mom says no

nevver:

Bunny chair

nevver:

Bunny chair

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Anonymous: Does anyone know of any free online databases for articles and stuff?

reverseracism:

If anybody is willing to help this anon out, they are asking for a database website with links to articles related to racism, etc.


My only database suggestion is google and reliable tumblr blogs.

- Susie the moderator

You could check with your local library to see what databases they give access to; or if you’re in school, what your district subscribes to. Facts on File History Database has an African-American History Online sector, American Indian History Online, American History Online, and Modern World History Online; though none of them are specific to racism; and Issues and Controversies. EBSCOhost has the History Reference Center, the Points of View Reference Center; Gale Virtual Reference Library has US History in Context, World History in Context, Global Issues in Context, Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Then there are the general ones: EBSCOhost, Facts on File, Gale, etc.

None of these are specific to racism, only history databases and “controversial issues” databases (as though there are any legitimate counterclaims to racism) and the only specific history databases I have access to are American history, but I’m sure someone else can give names for others. Google Scholar is a good call—you can search for something and the results will be from primary sources, books, academic journals, and the like. 

I’ve also found this, the United Nations Anti-Discrimination Database. 
http://adsdatabase.ohchr.org/SitePages/Anti-discrimination%20database.aspx

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shimon-desta:

kiko mizuhara

shimon-desta:

kiko mizuhara

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jensingvarsson:

Bibi. Shot by Jens Ingvarsson.

jensingvarsson:

Bibi. Shot by Jens Ingvarsson.

jensingvarsson:

Bibi. Shot by Jens Ingvarsson.

alt-j:

mayallyourbaconsburn:

alt-j:

A cup of hot tea really heals ur soul this is true science

Actually, a cup of hot anything in your hands mimics human warmth which is said to have calming properties. So, yes, it’s true. Tea mimics the need for human care, touch, and recognition.

im going to cry im so lonely now and all i have is this fucking cup of leaf water