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    alexbrunton:

The South Pacific

    alexbrunton:

    The South Pacific

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    alexbrunton:

The South Pacific
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    alexbrunton:

    The South Pacific

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    irresisting:

similar here 
(q’d - have a good day cutie x)

    irresisting:

    similar here 

    (q’d - have a good day cutie x)

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    irresisting:

similar here 
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    irresisting:

    similar here 

    (q’d - have a good day cutie x)

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    chrisburkard:

Not a bad place to set up camp…

    chrisburkard:

    Not a bad place to set up camp…

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    chrisburkard:

Not a bad place to set up camp… 54986 Notes

    chrisburkard:

    Not a bad place to set up camp…

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    oupacademic:


Few protest leaders have burst upon the American political scene more dramatically than did Mario Savio in fall 1964 when he was a twenty-one-year-old Berkeley student. The University of California had become the scene of nonviolent political warfare, with the administration enforcing and students defying a campus ban on political advocacy … Coming at a time when student civil rights activism was surging, the ban seemed an attack on the civil rights movement and a gross violation of the right to free speech …
This was the first revolt of the 1960s to bring to a college campus the mass civil disobedience tactics pioneered in the civil rights movement … Savio’s charismatic leadership in this new form of rebellion and his eloquence, highlighted in the press, made him seem larger than life.” 

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley, a nonviolent protest against the university administration’s attempts to silence its students’ outspoken political activism. Historian Robert Cohen traces the life and legacy of its young spokesperson, Mario Savio, in Freedom’s Orator: Mario Savio and the Radical Legacy of the 1960s.
Image: Mario Savio on Sproul Hall steps at UC Berkeley in 1966, by Mjlovas .CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

    oupacademic:

    Few protest leaders have burst upon the American political scene more dramatically than did Mario Savio in fall 1964 when he was a twenty-one-year-old Berkeley student. The University of California had become the scene of nonviolent political warfare, with the administration enforcing and students defying a campus ban on political advocacy … Coming at a time when student civil rights activism was surging, the ban seemed an attack on the civil rights movement and a gross violation of the right to free speech …

    This was the first revolt of the 1960s to bring to a college campus the mass civil disobedience tactics pioneered in the civil rights movement … Savio’s charismatic leadership in this new form of rebellion and his eloquence, highlighted in the press, made him seem larger than life.” 

    This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley, a nonviolent protest against the university administration’s attempts to silence its students’ outspoken political activism. Historian Robert Cohen traces the life and legacy of its young spokesperson, Mario Savio, in Freedom’s Orator: Mario Savio and the Radical Legacy of the 1960s.

    Image: Mario Savio on Sproul Hall steps at UC Berkeley in 1966, by Mjlovas .CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

    oupacademic:


Few protest leaders have burst upon the American political scene more dramatically than did Mario Savio in fall 1964 when he was a twenty-one-year-old Berkeley student. The University of California had become the scene of nonviolent political warfare, with the administration enforcing and students defying a campus ban on political advocacy … Coming at a time when student civil rights activism was surging, the ban seemed an attack on the civil rights movement and a gross violation of the right to free speech …
This was the first revolt of the 1960s to bring to a college campus the mass civil disobedience tactics pioneered in the civil rights movement … Savio’s charismatic leadership in this new form of rebellion and his eloquence, highlighted in the press, made him seem larger than life.” 

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley, a nonviolent protest against the university administration’s attempts to silence its students’ outspoken political activism. Historian Robert Cohen traces the life and legacy of its young spokesperson, Mario Savio, in Freedom’s Orator: Mario Savio and the Radical Legacy of the 1960s.
Image: Mario Savio on Sproul Hall steps at UC Berkeley in 1966, by Mjlovas .CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons. 65 Notes

    oupacademic:

    Few protest leaders have burst upon the American political scene more dramatically than did Mario Savio in fall 1964 when he was a twenty-one-year-old Berkeley student. The University of California had become the scene of nonviolent political warfare, with the administration enforcing and students defying a campus ban on political advocacy … Coming at a time when student civil rights activism was surging, the ban seemed an attack on the civil rights movement and a gross violation of the right to free speech …

    This was the first revolt of the 1960s to bring to a college campus the mass civil disobedience tactics pioneered in the civil rights movement … Savio’s charismatic leadership in this new form of rebellion and his eloquence, highlighted in the press, made him seem larger than life.” 

    This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley, a nonviolent protest against the university administration’s attempts to silence its students’ outspoken political activism. Historian Robert Cohen traces the life and legacy of its young spokesperson, Mario Savio, in Freedom’s Orator: Mario Savio and the Radical Legacy of the 1960s.

    Image: Mario Savio on Sproul Hall steps at UC Berkeley in 1966, by Mjlovas .CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

    arthistory-blog:

The Capitoline Hill by night

Rome, Italy

    arthistory-blog:

    The Capitoline Hill by night

    Rome, Italy

    arthistory-blog:

The Capitoline Hill by night

Rome, Italy 15 Notes

    arthistory-blog:

    The Capitoline Hill by night

    Rome, Italy

    tomofbedlam:

maya47000:

Via Lactea by Smash Khaled

so much blue.

    tomofbedlam:

    maya47000:

    Via Lactea by Smash Khaled

    so much blue.

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    tomofbedlam:

maya47000:

Via Lactea by Smash Khaled

so much blue. 63 Notes

    tomofbedlam:

    maya47000:

    Via Lactea by Smash Khaled

    so much blue.

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    mulberry-cookies:

Anna @ Chanel Fall 2010 Couture 

    mulberry-cookies:

    Anna @ Chanel Fall 2010 Couture 

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    mulberry-cookies:

Anna @ Chanel Fall 2010 Couture 
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    mulberry-cookies:

    Anna @ Chanel Fall 2010 Couture 

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    morganmaassen:

Last call at sunset… Rincon, California.

    morganmaassen:

    Last call at sunset… Rincon, California.

    morganmaassen:

Last call at sunset… Rincon, California. 400 Notes

    morganmaassen:

    Last call at sunset… Rincon, California.

    SBTRKT Wonder Where We Land (feat Sampha)
    the-cinder-fields:

Book cover for Exhibition of posthumous works Vincent van Gogh illustrated by Richard Nicolaüs Roland Holst, 1892

    the-cinder-fields:

    Book cover for Exhibition of posthumous works Vincent van Gogh illustrated by Richard Nicolaüs Roland Holst, 1892

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    the-cinder-fields:

Book cover for Exhibition of posthumous works Vincent van Gogh illustrated by Richard Nicolaüs Roland Holst, 1892 396 Notes

    the-cinder-fields:

    Book cover for Exhibition of posthumous works Vincent van Gogh illustrated by Richard Nicolaüs Roland Holst, 1892

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