liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste
“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.
Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”
Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011
[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste

“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.

Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”

Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011

[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

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liquidnight:

Paul Schutzer
“Young girl gazing pensively through the pane of her apartment window which grimly reflects the image of barbed wire fencing that tops the nearby Berlin wall.”
West Berlin, Germany, December 1962
[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

liquidnight:

Paul Schutzer

“Young girl gazing pensively through the pane of her apartment window which grimly reflects the image of barbed wire fencing that tops the nearby Berlin wall.”

West Berlin, Germany, December 1962

[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

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todaysdocument:

September 8 - Letter to President Gerald Ford from Anthony Ferreira, a Third Grader at Henry B. Milnes School
On September 8, 1974, President Gerald Ford stunned the nation by announcing ”a full, free, and absolute pardon” for former President Richard Nixon.
This letter, from third grader Anthony Ferreira, encapsulated the country’s deep division over Ford’s controversial decision, stating simply:  ”I think you are half Right and half wrong.”

todaysdocument:

September 8 - Letter to President Gerald Ford from Anthony Ferreira, a Third Grader at Henry B. Milnes School

On September 8, 1974, President Gerald Ford stunned the nation by announcing ”a full, free, and absolute pardon” for former President Richard Nixon.

This letter, from third grader Anthony Ferreira, encapsulated the country’s deep division over Ford’s controversial decision, stating simply:  ”I think you are half Right and half wrong.”

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todaysdocument:

Friendship at the East-West Berlin border. 
Fifty years ago this month, the Berlin Wall was built, separating East and West Berlin.  

todaysdocument:

Friendship at the East-West Berlin border. 

Fifty years ago this month, the Berlin Wall was built, separating East and West Berlin.  

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But where are the funky SHOES, L?

shredsandpatches:

mediumaevum:

Again something for my followers that have kids. Buy this for them! :)

Medieval life by Andrew Langley.

I will always reblog for my boy Richard II.

Fun fact: he probably didn’t actually do the stare-at-the-courtiers-for-hours-just-to-make-them-kneel thing.

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