flower I forgot I saved from colombia 🌿 (at parque chicaque)
same (at butterbabes 🍯)
To educate the masses politically does not mean, cannot mean, making a political speech. What it means is to try, relentlessly and passionately, to teach the masses that everything depends on them; that if we stagnate it is their responsibility, and that if we go forward it is due to them too, that there is no such thing as a demiurge, that there is no famous man who will take the responsibility for everything, but that the demiurge is the people themselves and the magic hands are finally only the hands of the people. Frantz Fanon, Wretched of the Earth. (via marxwithanafro)
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Get this into your head: if violence were only a thing of the future, if exploitation and oppression never existed on earth, perhaps displays of nonviolence might relieve the conflict. But if the entire regime, even your nonviolent thoughts, is governed by a thousand-year old oppression, your passiveness serves no other purpose but to put you on the side of the oppressors. Jean Paul Sartre’s 1961 preface to Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth (via heavenrants)
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Toshikuni Ohkubo (1986)
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grls room
space port 🚀