library tools

from a comrade

Organizing protests is good and all, but aside from awareness and viability, aside from increasing morale and renewing hope, it’s a good amount of energy with little payout.

We need to get serious. We need to work on building community centers, safe houses, medicine hoards and small, community ran medical clinics, psychiatric care and crisis prevention, welfare call and email lists, supply swaps, food stashes, and tool libraries.

Shit. Even just having a conversation with your damn neighbor is a start in the right direction.

RULES: you can tell a lot about a person by the music they listen to. Put your music on shuffle, and list the first 10 songs and tag 10 people.

tagged by @doesluffyisgay ! ILYSM jee ur the best … Okay I @baratiepromise
@victorianho @sootbird @nefxrtari @ednygmatical and anyone else who wants to do it because 5 is enough ppl to tag. But u don’t have to if U don’t want to !!!

1. Showbiz by Muse
2. You’re Going Down by Sick Puppies
3. UltraNUMB by Blue Stahli
4. Coming Undone by KoRn
5. Writing on the Walls by 10 Years
6. The Heretic Anthem by Slipknot
7. Closure by Chevelle
8. Drown by Theory of a Deadman
9. Departure! The hxh opening lmao
10. King for a Day by Pierce the Veil

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Uncle Sam needs you to look at his propaganda

In the first of a series of events marking next year’s centenary of America entering World War I, the Library of Congress in Washington revealed an exhibition exploring how American artists galvanized public interest. Lord Kitchener — known as Uncle Sam — among other famous propaganda devices will be on display to show how war posters became a recruitment tool.

Photographs: Library of Congress