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The history of film in one scene

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Help spread the FACTS about the workers who are surviving on minimum wage in this country!

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Cuéntame

Help spread the FACTS about the workers who are surviving on minimum wage in this country!

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chotronette:

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Date dress!

i love this so much!

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chotronette:

Dress by www.chotronette.com

Date dress!

i love this so much!

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Sweet Swag! It’s National Junk Food Day! Take 25% Off This Candied Collection!
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3 years ago today, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 was released in cinemas

*hysterical sobbing* 

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The balance bowl / Recpe

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The balance bowl / Recpe

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You don’t have to be vegan to drool over these recipes.

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In her own words, Audre Lorde was a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.” Lorde began writing poetry at age 12 and published her first poem in Seventeen magazine at age 15. She helped found Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, the world’s first publisher run by women of color, in 1980. Her poetry was published regularly throughout her life and she served as the State Poet of New York from 1991 to 1992. Lorde explored issues of class, race, age, sex, and – after a series of cancer diagnoses — health, as being fundamental to the female experience. She died of liver cancer in 1992.

amazonfeminist:

In her own words, Audre Lorde was a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.” Lorde began writing poetry at age 12 and published her first poem in Seventeen magazine at age 15. She helped found Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, the world’s first publisher run by women of color, in 1980. Her poetry was published regularly throughout her life and she served as the State Poet of New York from 1991 to 1992. Lorde explored issues of class, race, age, sex, and – after a series of cancer diagnoses — health, as being fundamental to the female experience. She died of liver cancer in 1992.


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