Ok so surfing through the site I found this tag #mirame which looks like it was inspired by #blackout and that is pretty rad.
Mexican, as my blog name redundantly states, coming to you from Campeche!
Just some things to note because I know it’s going to come up.
-This tag doesn’t have anything yo do with recclaiming Cinco de Mayo, but it’s okay if you believe it does (this goes specifically to latins living up north) as I’ve already mentioned in the past it is an important celebration and should not be trivialized but that doesn’t mean people from all over the world and races can’t learn about it. Culture is meant to be passed on, not locked away.
-Try not to assume people’s background, yes I have seen how some white people have used the tag mockingly or pretended to be hispanic but at the same time keep in mind hispanic/latin isn’t a specific color, Mexico is a hugely multicultural and multiracial country *alone* and that’s not even counting south and central america.
Hello and welcome to the 12th issue of The Brasilia Review. As Winter
approaches and the desert season begins, we offer a dome-sized
humidifier of fine literature to aerate your lungs.
In this issue, Royee Zvi Atadgy sees into the thoughts of two Israeli
soldiers transporting a long-dead man. Tor Falcon describes a natural
lane where men have walked for centuries. Justin Porter illuminates the
present with an accurate, adamant eye.
Lana Bella merges sunlight and sound. Holly Day dissects the human
form. Charley Foster fights the war of our existence. David Jibson goes
beyond what art portrays. Fran Lock, rather than defending her beliefs,
creeps into The Other’s point of view, which sadly can sometimes be our
own. Christopher Mulrooney dances between what’s textbook and reality.
And Christopher Schaeffer somehow unspools decades of input in the mind.
Tentaram nos enterrar, mas não sabiam que éramos sementes. 🌱Aguyjevete pra quem luta por um mundo melhor! Orgulho de ser descendente Guarani Mbya #retrospectiva #2013 #paz #indigena #guarani #brasil #politica #direitosindigenas #PEC215NÃO #maisamorporfavor // They tried to bury us but they didn’t know we were seeds #peace #indigenousrights #brazil #100happydays
NEW VIDEO: a trip to rio
heey guys, how are you? i went to rio de janeiro this weekend and i wanted to film something, so… here it is. ^-^
i hope you like it, if you did please like/reblog, i’ll stalk you : )