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Purple Music – Beautiful People

Amazing! Enjoy the song Beautiful People by Mark Pritchard feat. Tom…

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American Fashion Stands With Black Lives Matter Protests

American Fashion Stands With Black Lives Matter Protests via @wmag

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Stunning Photos Document Ballet Dancers Gracefully Exploring Their Cities

Stunning Photos Document Ballet Dancers Gracefully Exploring Their Cities - My Modern Met

G T @Greg T Instagram photos | Websta - 50 yrs ago ...The flyer that was passed around for the March on Washington. Estimated 250,000 individuals arrived in Washington Dc to protest against discrimination, poverty & demand jobs. Millions ALSO heard the GREATEST SPEECH of the 20th Century Dr Martin Luther King's DREAM #dc50 #mlk #ihaveadream #washingtonat50

Photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 A few years later George W. Bush would come to this place. After he left office. For vacation. Several black helicopters thumping over the desert. He stayed two days. Camped where we camped met people we had known. Along the Omo he was admired. People thought him strong and wished him well. Not many Muslims in that low country. Of course his arrival meant he knew. The river world was ending and he wanted to see it. Strange to think of him resting…

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Allen Ginsberg autograph Signed Bookplate Autographed Famed Beatnik Counterculture Poet Howl Montclair State College Columbia University

Allen Ginsberg autograph Signed Bookplate by ASaluteToHollywood

« #Repost @sirdexrjones ・・・ WHERE HAS THE NIGHT GONE? Mystery misunderstood. She was chased away by the harsh realities of the day. Too often She heard the… »