Seashells For Teeth
Radical Black & Brown Feminist Poet Artist Bringing What I Need Into The Universe
manufactoriel:

White Patty You Dont Shine, 1987-88  by Carrie Mae Weems 


Mon oncle d’amerique (Alain Resnais, 1980)

vocal exercises

…the sea’s only gifts are harsh blows and, occasionally, the chance to feel strong. Now, I don’t know much about the sea, but I do know that that’s the way it is here. And I also know how important it is in life not necessarily to be strong but to feel strong, to measure yourself at least once, to find yourself at least once in the most ancient of human conditions, facing blind, deaf stone alone, with nothing to help you but your own hands and your own head…
-Primo Levi
granpiramide:

ECC0JAMS V0L1
msfackitall:

Teenage Wasteland: Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964
Photos by Michael Rougier
I absolutely love that TIME is putting out a bunch of unreleased photo stories that never got published.
truthmagic:

crystallizations:

Kazuo Haba, early 1970s.

life at the moment
moma:

Frida Kahlo, born today in 1907, painted this powerful work shortly after divorcing Diego Rivera, who had been unfaithful. 
[Frida Kahlo. Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair. 1940.]
listen,
you a wonder.
you a city
of a woman.
you got a geography
of your own.
listen,
somebody need a map
to understand you.
somebody need directions
to move around you.
listen,
woman,
you not a noplace
anonymous
girl;
mister with his hands on you
he got his hands on
some
damn
body!
-What the Mirror Said, Lucille Clifton 
browngirlinterrupted:

"G is for ghetto A place where we Can be at home Loved and free”
ehosk:

Taras Kuščynskyj, 1971
manufactoriel:

i-D magazine, Japan, 1992 by Juergen Teller