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Release Date : 2016-01-22

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Storyline : Airlift is an uplifting and entertaining edge-of-the-seat thriller and is the story of the biggest ever human evacuation in the history of mankind

Duration : 122 minutes

Rating : 5.1

Hi everyone! So, as some of you know, I’m in my senior year of college right now, majoring in graphic design and art history. One of my senior projects is a rebranding initiative for museum membership organizations, with the specific focus of reaching young adult/millennial museumgoers. To this end, I’d really love to hear how young people think of museums: how they would like to use museums, what they seek out of a museum experience, and what they would improve about museum culture.

This is NOT part of my school assignment. Don’t worry, I wasn’t told to do this, and this is an off-the-record discussion. It’s just one way of approaching initial information gathering, and something I’m genuinely interested in doing. 

What I suggest is a video conference discussion, facilitated by me, to be held on one of the dates above. If you’re interested, or have suggestions or feedback about how this discussion should get started, please fill out the survey below:

Survey Link 

Depending on how many people apply, I may have to change the format of the discussion. Right now I’m trying to keep it small and casual. 

And, if you’re not interested, please do signal boost this! I look forward to hearing from some of you.
What Do LGBTQ Rights Have to Do With Black Lives Matter?
I cannot honestly consider the fruits of political or social progress in the LGBTQ community without a lens for the past and future.

Furthermore, advances in LGBTQ progress can only be considered progress if it creates anew track, not forcing acceptance on a current track. Therefore, nothing can be honestly praised without a larger scope of the culture we are building and buying into. No presidential candidate (sorry, evolvers) no policy, no law, no celebrity or corporate support can treat an inherited wound without an understanding of what caused the wound.


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↨ Airlift Movie Storyline:
Airlift is an uplifting and entertaining edge-of-the-seat thriller and is the story of the biggest ever human evacuation in the history of mankind

➽ Movie Details :
Release Date : 2016-01-22
Category : History, Action, Drama, Thriller
Casts : Lena, Pawan Chopra, Sameer Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar, Nimrat Kaur, Purab Kohli, Feryna Wazheir, Kaizaad Kotwal
Duration : 122 minutes

Treasure Tuesday: Wilfred Own Archive

The First World War unleashed the horror of industrialised warfare on Europe for the first time. A century on, it is through the art, poetry and testimony of its survivors that we can glimpse the realities of the conflict.

Nobody captured this reality better through poetry than Wilfred Owen, whose library and papers were presented to the English Faculty Library in 1975 and are currently held at the Weston Library. Wilfred Owen saw action at the Somme in 1917, one of the bloodiest battles in human history.

This poem, ‘Anthem for Doomed Youth’, and several others of his beautifully crafted poems, were written later in the year at Craiglockhart War Hospital, where he was recovering from shell shock. He was encouraged by another patient, and fellow poet, Siegfried Sassoon. In September 1917 Owen sent this poem, and ‘The Next War’, to his mother: ‘I send you my two best war Poems. Sassoon supplied the title “Anthem”: just what I meant it to be.’ In this draft, the poem has yet to be given its final title.

You can find out more on our Wilfred Owen Collection here.

Every Tuesday we’re sharing a ‘treasure’ from the collections of the Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford, the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. Check back every week to discover what’s in our world famous collections!

Has anyone else's newsfeed been flooded with think pieces about Cam Newton since yesterday?

Because I’m about ready for everyone to STFU about it. I’ve got some friends who decry any possible criticism of him as racist and other friends with a huge stick up their butt about him who won’t rest you know what a horrible, horrible person they think he is. I don’t agree with either sentiment and I’m just over it..

peridot didn’t recognise underwear when she saw it

underwear was invented comparatively recently in human history

jasper was last on earth more than five thousand years ago, well before the first recorded underwear

conclusion: peridot and jasper, at the very least, definitely don’t wear underwear

Late Antiquity Little Ice Age Triggered Plague, Decline of Empires, and Migration

More and more studies are coming out saying climate change has caused great upheaval in human history. Now, a group of researchers theorizes that an ice age in the 6th and 7th centuries AD sped the decline of the Roman Empire, caused the Plague of Justinian and prompted migrations across Eurasia.

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I am so tired of hearing about slavery of blacks. We get it. You was slaves 2.

Let’s be clear. The biggest slavers in history were Arabs and Jews. Turks slaved Whites up until 1908, and Arabs attacked Classical civilization and enslaved Whites for 1400 years. Slavery was universal, and all black slaves brought to the Americas were already slaves in Africa, and would have fared far worse had they not been bought.

The real difference with Whites and slavery is this: Whites stopped slavery, worldwide, for moral reasons alone, and went to war, sacrificing their own lives to do it. One of the most altruistic acts performed in the history of humanity, and now, today, it is Whites who are solely blamed for slavery while everyone else gets a free pass.

Time to end White guilt.

A conception of history that has liberated itself from the schema of progression within an empty and homogeneous time would finally unleash the destructive energies of historical materialism which have been held back for so long. This would threaten the three most important positions of historicism. The first attack must be aimed at the idea of universal history. Now that the nature of peoples is obscured by their current structural features as much as by their current relationships to one another, the notion that the history of humanity is composed of peoples is a mere refuge of intellectual laziness. (The idea of a universal history stands and falls with the idea of a universal language. As long as the latter had a basis–whether in theology, as in the Middle Ages, or in logic, as more recently in Leibniz–universal history was not wholly inconceivable. By contrast, universal history as practiced since the nineteenth century can never have been more than a kind of Esperanto. )–The second fortified position of historicism is evident in the idea that history is something which can be narrated. In a materialist investigation, the epic moment will always be blown apart in the process of construction. The liquidation of the epic moment must be accepted, as Marx did when he wrote Capital. He realized that the history of capital could be constructed only within the broad, steel framework of a theory. In Marx’s theoretical sketch of labor under the dominion of capital, humanity’s interests are better looked after than in the monumental, longwinded, and basically lackadaisical works of historicism. It is more difficult to honor the memory of the anonymous than it is to honor the memory of the famous, the celebrated, not excluding poets and thinkers. The historical construction is dedicated to the memory of the anonymous.–The third bastion of historicism is the strongest and the most difficult to overrun. It presents itself as “empathy with the victor. ” The rulers at any time are the heirs of all those who have been victorious throughout history. Empathizing with the victor invariably benefits those currently ruling. The historical materialist respects this fact. He also realizes that this state of affairs is wellfounded. Whoever has emerged victorious in the thousand struggles traversing history up to the present day has his share in the triumphs of those now ruling over those now ruled. The historical materialist can take only a highly critical view of the inventory of spoils displayed by the victors before the vanquished. This inventory is called culture. For in every case these treasures have a lineage which the historical materialist cannot contemplate without horror. They owe their existence not only to the efforts of the great geniuses who created them, but also to the anonymous toil of others who lived in the same period. There is no document of culture which is not at the same time a document of barbarism. The historical materialist keeps his distance from all of this. He has to brush history against the grain–even if he needs a barge pole to do it.
—  Walter Benjamin, “Paralipomena to ‘On the Concept of History’”

anonymous asked:

yes almost every civilization in human history has had slaves but the difference is that the repercussions of american slavery are still being felt today whereas in most other societies it was a long time ago (re egypt, greece etc) but white americans (and brits, canadians, australians and others) can pretend theyre not that bad bc 'other people had slaves too"

so i randomly remembered this one computer game i had when i was little and couldnt remember what it was except i remembered a cute robot i had a crush on when i was little 

several confused google searches later i found it

it was a jumpstart game and apparently the plot was “a little girl failed her history test so she’s literally going back in time and altering the entire course of human history so her answers will be right” wtf 

anyways i found 10 year old me’s robot boyfriend and confirmation that yes, i have always been like this 

souls and soul colors

this is a really long post, so it’s going under the cut.

disclaimer: this is not universal across canons. this is how it was for me, so if it doesn’t fit? cool! if it does? awesome!

please do not feel invalidated by the points listed below!

tldr: the brightness and vibrance of your soul color determine how much magic you harbor. the color determines your eye color. i express some examples from the human history in my particular canon.

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