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hitfix:

Today is the 10th Anniversary of the this magical moment  

hitfix:

Today is the 10th Anniversary of the this magical moment  

historical-nonfiction:

In the early 1900s, some churches in the U.S. would hang a pinewood slab on the door with a comb hanging from a string. A person could enter only if his or her skin was lighter than the pinewood and if they could run the comb through their hair without it snagging. This was not just the deep south, it happened in Philadelphia too.

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rcruzniemiec:

Brasilia Under Construction

Designed by Oscar Niemeyer and built in the late 50s Brasilia is one of the most important architectural projects of the 20th century. These photographs by Marcel Gautherot capture some of Brasilia’s most iconic buildings under construction.

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blunthought:

Bobby Hutton.
He joined the Black Panther Party at the age of 16, in 1966. On April 6th, 1968, he was traveling in a car with a few other Black Panther members, when they were ambushed by the Oakland police. They ran for cover in a building nearby. When the police finally threw tear gas into the building, Hutton stripped down to his underwear so that the police would know he was unarmed and he walked out.
The police shot him 12 times. At the age of 17, Bobby Hutton was murdered by the police.

blunthought:

Bobby Hutton.

He joined the Black Panther Party at the age of 16, in 1966. On April 6th, 1968, he was traveling in a car with a few other Black Panther members, when they were ambushed by the Oakland police. They ran for cover in a building nearby. When the police finally threw tear gas into the building, Hutton stripped down to his underwear so that the police would know he was unarmed and he walked out.

The police shot him 12 times. At the age of 17, Bobby Hutton was murdered by the police.

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