bluedogeyes:

Am I a prophet? A time-traveling cartoonist? (via Pocho)

This weekend POCHO Florida Burro Jefe Santino J. Rivera sent me a heads up about a Tweet featuring one of my editorial cartoons. I clicked the link and just about fell out of my chair.

The graphic in the Tweet was a side-by-side presentation of my cartoon showing a Native American confronting an Indian-mascot-garbed sports fan next to a photograph of a Native American confronting an Indian-mascot-garbed sports fan (image, above.)

They are eerily similar. The strange part was that I drew my cartoon in 2002, and the photo was taken last week in Cleveland, home of the Cleveland “Indians”:

Artist website / twitter / facebook

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Anonymous asked: ¿Has escuchado de la situación actual de Venezuela? ¿Qué te hace admirar a Cháves? Pregunto, no juzgo.

Sí, como Venezolana he podido vivir los recientes hechos de violencia pero bien puedo decir que es muy distinta la realidad a la manipulación mediática que se escucha internacional mente.

Se me hace imposible no admirar y apoyar el proceso de la Revolución Bolivariana impulsada por Chávez cuando este mismo fue el que le garantizó al pueblo derecho a la educación, a la vivienda, a la alimentación y a la salud totalmente GRATIS. Nacionalizó sus riquezas como el petróleo (el cual es mucho más barato incluso que el agua), el banco central, la electricidad el mercado sementero y la compañía de teléfonos; de esta manera lo que antiguamente iba al bolsillo de grandes empresarios y banqueros  ahora forma parte de los recursos del Estado para ofrecerle todos estos servicios al pueblo. Chávez impulsó la unión latinoamericana donde realizó la creación de diversos organismos internacionales y reivindicó todo el pueblo Venezolano (Incluyendo: Indígenas y clase obrera).

http://regeneracionsigloxxi.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/10-logros-del-gobierno-de-hugo-chavez/

islamiyet:

Allah sorar.

islamiyet:

Allah sorar.

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¡Hasta siempre! (1927-∞)

¡Hasta siempre! (1927-∞)

lacigreen:

ad-busting:

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this is the case for a LOT of beauty products like wrinkle reducers, diet pills, stretch mark faders, freckle eliminators, etc.  these assholes are making $$ off your insecurities!
insecurities they helped to create in the first place.  ain’t it awesome?

lacigreen:

ad-busting:

One bottle of Vichy Celludestock cream: $53
Getting over the fact that you have cellulite (and so do most women): $0

(The second option is much harder, guaranteed. But give it a try! It’s free and has multiple positive side effects!) 

this is the case for a LOT of beauty products like wrinkle reducers, diet pills, stretch mark faders, freckle eliminators, etc.  these assholes are making $$ off your insecurities!

insecurities they helped to create in the first place.  ain’t it awesome?

Snoop

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¡Hasta siempre Gabo! (1927-∞)

¡Hasta siempre Gabo! (1927-∞)

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israa-kh:

الصورة عميقة عميقة عميقة.

israa-kh:

الصورة عميقة عميقة عميقة.

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fitblr4life:

This is the only crap you should purposefully eliminate from your body.

fitblr4life:

This is the only crap you should purposefully eliminate from your body.

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newwavefeminism:

qawiya:

wilsoncenter:

What do Rwanda, Afghanistan, and Iraq beat America at? Having women in congress/parliament
Countries with better representation of women in government than the United States (hat tip to our Women in Public Service Project):
Rwanda - 56%
Andorra - 50%
Cuba - 45%
Sweden - 45%
Seychelles - 44%
Senegal - 43%
Finland - 43%
South Africa - 42%
Nicaragua - 40%
Iceland - 40%
Norway - 40%
Mozambique - 39%
Denmark - 39%
Netherlands - 39%
Costa Rica - 39%
Timor-Leste - 39%
Belgium - 38%
Argentina - 37%
Mexico - 37%
Tanzania - 36%
Spain - 36%
Uganda - 35%
Angola - 34%
Serbia - 33%
Nepal - 33%
Germany - 33%
Macedonia - 33%
Ecuador - 32%
Slovenia - 32%
New Zealand - 32%
Algeria - 32%
Guyana - 31%
Burundi - 31%
Switzerland - 29%
Portugal - 29%
Trinidad and Tobago - 29%
Austria - 28%
Ethiopia - 28%
Afghanistan - 28%
France - 27%
Lesotho - 27%
Tunisia - 27%
Belarus - 27%
South Sudan - 27%
El Salvador - 26%
Bolivia - 25%
Iraq - 25%
Laos - 25%
Canada - 25%
Australia - 25%
Sudan - 25%
Lithuania - 25%
Vietnam - 24%
Namibia - 24%
Kazakhstan - 24%
Singapore - 24%
Liechtenstein - 24%
Croatia - 24%
Poland - 24%
Kyrgyzstan - 23%
Latvia - 23%
Bulgaria - 23%
Philippines - 23%
Pakistan - 23%
United Kingdom - 23%
Malawi - 22%
Mauritania - 22%
Czech Republic - 22%
Eritrea - 22%
Uzbekistan - 22%
Luxembourg - 22%
Peru - 22%
Italy - 21%
Boznia and Herzegovina - 21%
China - 21%
Greece - 21%
Cape Verde - 21%
Estonia - 21%
Dominican Republic - 21%
Cambodia - 20%
Israel - 20%
Moldova - 20%
Bangladesh - 20%
Honduras - 20%
Monaco - 19%
Tajikistan - 19%
Mauritius - 19%
Slovak Republic - 19%
Indonesia - 19%
Sao Tome and Principe - 18%
United States - 18%
(source: World Bank)

ayeee Iraq, we out here with our powerful women

Is it me, or does it feel like they use Afghanistan, Uganda, Pakistan and Iraq as deliberate foils to the United States? I get a “these backwards, hateful countries have more women in their senate and the US should be ashamed”
Like, yes we should obviously always be ashamed that we aren’t as progressive as we could be when it comes to equal representation. But I don’t feel comfortable with the idea that comparing us to countries in Africa and South Asia should further emphasize this shame.

newwavefeminism:

qawiya:

wilsoncenter:

What do Rwanda, Afghanistan, and Iraq beat America at? Having women in congress/parliament

Countries with better representation of women in government than the United States (hat tip to our Women in Public Service Project):

  1. Rwanda - 56%
  2. Andorra - 50%
  3. Cuba - 45%
  4. Sweden - 45%
  5. Seychelles - 44%
  6. Senegal - 43%
  7. Finland - 43%
  8. South Africa - 42%
  9. Nicaragua - 40%
  10. Iceland - 40%
  11. Norway - 40%
  12. Mozambique - 39%
  13. Denmark - 39%
  14. Netherlands - 39%
  15. Costa Rica - 39%
  16. Timor-Leste - 39%
  17. Belgium - 38%
  18. Argentina - 37%
  19. Mexico - 37%
  20. Tanzania - 36%
  21. Spain - 36%
  22. Uganda - 35%
  23. Angola - 34%
  24. Serbia - 33%
  25. Nepal - 33%
  26. Germany - 33%
  27. Macedonia - 33%
  28. Ecuador - 32%
  29. Slovenia - 32%
  30. New Zealand - 32%
  31. Algeria - 32%
  32. Guyana - 31%
  33. Burundi - 31%
  34. Switzerland - 29%
  35. Portugal - 29%
  36. Trinidad and Tobago - 29%
  37. Austria - 28%
  38. Ethiopia - 28%
  39. Afghanistan - 28%
  40. France - 27%
  41. Lesotho - 27%
  42. Tunisia - 27%
  43. Belarus - 27%
  44. South Sudan - 27%
  45. El Salvador - 26%
  46. Bolivia - 25%
  47. Iraq - 25%
  48. Laos - 25%
  49. Canada - 25%
  50. Australia - 25%
  51. Sudan - 25%
  52. Lithuania - 25%
  53. Vietnam - 24%
  54. Namibia - 24%
  55. Kazakhstan - 24%
  56. Singapore - 24%
  57. Liechtenstein - 24%
  58. Croatia - 24%
  59. Poland - 24%
  60. Kyrgyzstan - 23%
  61. Latvia - 23%
  62. Bulgaria - 23%
  63. Philippines - 23%
  64. Pakistan - 23%
  65. United Kingdom - 23%
  66. Malawi - 22%
  67. Mauritania - 22%
  68. Czech Republic - 22%
  69. Eritrea - 22%
  70. Uzbekistan - 22%
  71. Luxembourg - 22%
  72. Peru - 22%
  73. Italy - 21%
  74. Boznia and Herzegovina - 21%
  75. China - 21%
  76. Greece - 21%
  77. Cape Verde - 21%
  78. Estonia - 21%
  79. Dominican Republic - 21%
  80. Cambodia - 20%
  81. Israel - 20%
  82. Moldova - 20%
  83. Bangladesh - 20%
  84. Honduras - 20%
  85. Monaco - 19%
  86. Tajikistan - 19%
  87. Mauritius - 19%
  88. Slovak Republic - 19%
  89. Indonesia - 19%
  90. Sao Tome and Principe - 18%
  91. United States - 18%

(source: World Bank)

ayeee Iraq, we out here with our powerful women

Is it me, or does it feel like they use Afghanistan, Uganda, Pakistan and Iraq as deliberate foils to the United States? I get a “these backwards, hateful countries have more women in their senate and the US should be ashamed”

Like, yes we should obviously always be ashamed that we aren’t as progressive as we could be when it comes to equal representation. But I don’t feel comfortable with the idea that comparing us to countries in Africa and South Asia should further emphasize this shame.

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recycledfrockery:

Rock Newman on The Phil Donahue Show sharing his experiences as a black man who has passed as white. 

I remember watching this show and falling in love with him and his strength. He is still in the movement fighting for People to Recognize that Racism is all about who controls the power dynamic.

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