The fact that not only my friends are going, but teachers and staff at my school are going to the Women’s March is heartwarming. I’m proud that women are uniting with one another in a society that teaches fellow women to be enemies.
IRAQ. Baghdad governorate. Baghdad. April 9, 2003. Firdos Square.
“What can I say - I almost missed the moment. I was with my pal Alexandra Boulat running around the other side of town photographing the looting of government buildings. Many Saddam statues had been toppled before, but for some reason, this one became iconic. Looking at it now [in 2013] wakes up a few ghosts. Two days earlier, the Americans shot at the Palestine hotel and killed two friends. Two who had given six months of their lives to cover history from the other side. Two for whom the war has not ended, and never will. Two we could not save. Jose Couso died from his wounds. Taras Protsyuk died in my arms.”
Sather Gate, University of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Dear Mom + Pop, We arrived in Berkeley at 11:30 P.M. Tues. We stopped at San Jose to visit Addie & George. They were surprised. Dad, don’t forget the new Oldsmobile. I will have $50 when I get home. Love Bill
We fly like black birds through the orange groves, floating on a warm wind. When we run, we own the Earth - the land is ours. We speak the bird’s language, not immigrants no more - not stupid Mexicans. When we run, our spirits fly - we speak to the Gods. When we run, we are the Gods
Years ago, a man by the name of Conor McGregor promised the world he
would one day achieve his goal of becoming a UFC champion, as well as
having so much money he wouldn’t know what to do with it. The “Notorious
One” is the fastest growing superstar MMA has ever seen, and this
Saturday, Interim Featherweight champion, Conor McGregor fights opposite
the current champion, Jose Aldo.
If you’ve got a goal, stop at nothing to achieve it.