beware

beware

lascasartoris:

Easter Sunday (top-bottom)

  1. Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
  2. Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
  3. Harlem 1943 by Weegee
  4. South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
  5. South Side, Chicago 1941 by Russell Lee
  6. Harlem 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson
  7. South Side, Chicago,. 1941 by Edwin Rosskam
  8. Harlem 1940 by Weegee
  9. Harlem 1955 by William Klein
  10. Harlem (W. 117th St. and Seventh Ave) 1939
m2migzz:

mexicatiahui:

April 18, 2014 Humboldt State University students and local community members are protesting at the Humboldt County courthouse in Eureka, CA in response to the recent reports of immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) sweeps in Humboldt County. Ya basta! #2million2many
Please share!

these kids are inspiring :D

m2migzz:

mexicatiahui:

April 18, 2014
Humboldt State University students and local community members are protesting at the Humboldt County courthouse in Eureka, CA in response to the recent reports of immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) sweeps in Humboldt County. Ya basta! #2million2many

Please share!

these kids are inspiring :D

lavandulum:

i’ve stopped trash talking comic sans after learning the font is actually one of the only dyslexia-friendly fonts that come standard with most computers and i advocate for others doing the same

foodrepublic:

Infographic: Here’s how to tip a waiter, bartender, barista, deliveryman and not be mean

actually not tipping is never fine.

foodrepublic:

Infographic: Here’s how to tip a waiter, bartender, barista, deliveryman and not be mean


actually not tipping is never fine.

time is such a strange thing.

the first thing I learned about time is that there is a thing called lateness and it’s bad. it’s bad to be late. coming home late is suspicious, waking up late is wasteful, running late to work is dangerous, and most of all, if someone is running late on you it means they don’t give two fucks about you.

that’s the first thing I learned about time.

my father was always late. always. he saw us once a week but he was always late anyway.

the first thing I remember about him is one day he was packing up his car for a gig running late, and I was standing behind the screen door 2 or 3 years old watching him and watching the rainbow in the sky above and I’m not sure what the feeling with that was but that’s my first memory.

we’d sit up on the counter by the front window in the kitchen and watch every car that came around the corner.

we’d listen to our mother be upset at him for being so late, watching with us, I can remember her tone but only guess her words. the message was that he didn’t give two fucks about us if he ran late.

he could have at least called to let us know. why doesn’t he learn to leave 15 minutes earlier.

at school that one day a week sometimes he’d still be late on the 6 o’clock pickup from before and after school care and we’d be the last ones there and the teachers would know it was his day because mom was never late mom was usually early if she could be.

 

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royceicon:

Before healing a wound you must first admit that you are bleeding.

royceicon:

Before healing a wound you must first admit that you are bleeding.

Reblogged from
[F]or the first several years the SAT was offered, males scored higher than females on the Math section but females achieved higher scores on the Verbal section. ETS policy-makers determined that the Verbal test needed to be “balanced” more in favor of males, and added questions pertaining to politics, business and sports to the Verbal portion. Since that time, males have outscored females on both the Math and Verbal sections. Dwyer notes that no similar effort has been made to “balance” the Math section, and concludes that, “It could be done, but it has not been, and I believe that probably an unconscious form of sexism underlies this pattern. When females show the superior performance, ‘balancing’ is required; when males show the superior performance, no adjustments are necessary.”

“Gender Bias in College Admissions Tests”, FairTest.org

And then people urge me everything is fine, of course it is, when you’re ignoring statistics that is.

(via cwnl)

Fun fact: SAT tests predict college performance pretty well for men, but they strongly underpredict college performance for women. http://spp.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/12/20/1948550612469038.abstract

HMMMM

(via brute-reason)

I think I’ve reblogged this before, but that study needs to be shared.

(via conjecturesandconversations)