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drencrome:

mylifeinthelibrary:

It really warms my heart to see the library looking out for its community in the light of everything happening in Ferguson.

(Source 1, 2)

EDIT: Be sure to follow Ferguson Library on twitter.

!!!!!

(via grossmary)

Via: Bandcamp

Their sound combines the harmonies and pop hooks of the British Invasion, the trippy atmosphere of West Coast psychedelic bands, and the raw swagger of countless American garage rockers. 

Tumblr | Bandcamp

While individual officers and police executives may be motivated by the best of intentions, as long as they continue to be the primary tool for managing social discord, poverty and even crime, we will see a continuation of the over-policing of communities of color. It is this dynamic that is the most difficult to address, and the most important. We must invest in social policies that end the criminalization of poverty and attempt instead to deal with problems like drug abuse, homelessness, mental illness and even violent crime as public health and economic justice issues.

Alex S. Vitale in The Nation. How to End Militarized Policing

We can undo the policies facilitating police violence in Ferguson.

(via protoslacker)

Police are tools of the system, as long as capital is valued above life, police will serve mammon to the detriment of the poor and powerless.

(via shrinkrants)

lapitiedangereuse:

Alphaville

 The Minstrel by Philip Cohran-Artistic Heritage Ensemble - 1968

Brought to light by the wonderful podcast: reverberationradio.com

archiemcphee:

Some things are so awesomely enormous that it’s difficult to grasp just how big they are until they’re put into a more relatable perspective. Today, thanks to Belgian amateur astronomer Michel (@quark1972), we get to appreciate the size of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (aka the rubber ducky comet).

This is the comet that the ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft reached on August 6, 2014 after a ten year, five month and four day-long journey nearly 4 million miles into space. The Rosetta will now spend the next two years studying the comet, including the deployment of a lander, the Philae, down to the comet’s surface.

Head over to the ESA website to learn lots more about this amazing mission.

[via io9]

Brian Eno & David Byrne - The Jezebel Spirit -1981

heptagram:


The only thing I’ve posted in the last month was a single photo, which was credited to the photographer and linked back to the page I found it from…

Can anybody explain what’s going on here?

This is the third person I follow who posted about a termination notice. Tumblr must be changing their policies internally or else the copyright trolls have  increased there efforts to tuck tumblr users.

subpop:

We teamed up with the good folks at Stanley to create this timeless receptacle for booze. They’re pretty limited and just $30, so act quick. http://u.subpop.com/_flask

The Twilight Clone - Herbie Hancock -  1981

I Feel Good, Put Your Pants On - Jackson Jones  - Released: Sep 18, 2000

the keyboard and rhythm   sounds a lot like William Onyeabor

Undulatus Asperatus clouds over Lincoln NE on July 7, 2014

link

(via saucerkommand)

Via: jonhassell.com

A childhood in Memphis, a classical conservatory education, composition and electronic music study with Stockhausen in Cologne; a passage through the New York minimalist sphere with Terry Riley, Reich, Glass; having a window opened onto the world’s music and a new approach to the trumpet via vocal master Pandit Pran Nath; a questioning and deconstruction of the European dichotomy between classical and popular, sacred and sensual; a pioneer of digital transformation and sampling - all of this led toFourth World - the unique blend which Jon has described as “worldly music” to underline a more subtle equation at work and to discourage the simplistic labeling of “world,” “jazz,” “classical,” “minimal,” or “ambient.”

 Brian Eno & Jon Hassell - Ba-Benzélé

From Fourth World Vol. 1 - Possible Musics
Released 1980
(P) 1980 E.G. Records Ltd.

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