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Delta Sigma Theta sorority members, Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1924

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding more than 200,000 women have joined the organization. The organization is a sisterhood of predominantly Black, college educated women. [source]

Iowa Digital Library: Delta Sigma Theta sorority members, Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1924
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Delta Sigma Theta sorority members, Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1924

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding more than 200,000 women have joined the organization. The organization is a sisterhood of predominantly Black, college educated women. [source]

Iowa Digital Library: Delta Sigma Theta sorority members, Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1924

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Bridge of Sighs, 1905 at Shorpy.

ingridrichter:

Bridge of Sighs, 1905 at Shorpy.

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4 Challenges Facing Native Students Today
American Indian college students heading back to school this fall face tough challenges. Some are common to all college students and some are unique to Native students. Many American Indian students begin their post-secondary education at a tribal or a community college, so this discussion focuses primarily on those institutions.

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4 Challenges Facing Native Students Today

American Indian college students heading back to school this fall face tough challenges. Some are common to all college students and some are unique to Native students. Many American Indian students begin their post-secondary education at a tribal or a community college, so this discussion focuses primarily on those institutions.


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This snake and mouse cuddle under the heat lamp every night. He refuses to eat this particular mouse. They’ve lived together for a year.http://cute-overload.tumblr.com

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This snake and mouse cuddle under the heat lamp every night. He refuses to eat this particular mouse. They’ve lived together for a year.
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Houses along the Han River, Seoul, Korea 1961

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Houses along the Han River, Seoul, Korea 1961

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Dog or Baby—Which One is Right for You?http://cute-overload.tumblr.com

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Dog or Baby—Which One is Right for You?
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Butt, I heart you?
I jumped into the tiny human’s lap & ate all of her mac & cheese while she sat there & cried

dogshaming:

Butt, I heart you?

I jumped into the tiny human’s lap & ate all of her mac & cheese while she sat there & cried

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Behind the clock face of Big Ben, 1920s

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Behind the clock face of Big Ben, 1920s

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August 28, 1943: Eleanor Roosevelt Visits U.S. troops in the South Pacific 
On this day in 1943, Eleanor Roosevelt arrived in New Zealand as a volunteer for the Red Cross. She made 17 stops during her trip including Australia, New Zealand and many small Pacific islands, boosting the morale of American troops at military bases, hospitals and nursing homes along the way.
Learn about Eleanor’s work with veterans with this new preview video from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.
Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 28, 1943: Eleanor Roosevelt Visits U.S. troops in the South Pacific 

On this day in 1943, Eleanor Roosevelt arrived in New Zealand as a volunteer for the Red Cross. She made 17 stops during her trip including Australia, New Zealand and many small Pacific islands, boosting the morale of American troops at military bases, hospitals and nursing homes along the way.

Learn about Eleanor’s work with veterans with this new preview video from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library

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Women’s Strike for Equality in New York around Fifth Avenue August 26, 1970
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Women’s Strike for Equality in New York around Fifth Avenue August 26, 1970

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i like to think that hogwarts has a really strong wi-fi signal, but like the stair cases, it keeps moving around. just muggleborns, chillin on their laptops all suddenly stand up together, dash madly to a different corner of the school, and sit down wordlessly like some kind of mind hive flock of pigeons while the purebloods are just so confused

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The Hindenburg flies past the Empire State Building over Manhattan on August 8, 1936, en-route to Lakehurst, New Jersey, from Germany.

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The Hindenburg flies past the Empire State Building over Manhattan on August 8, 1936, en-route to Lakehurst, New Jersey, from Germany.

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The poverty of our century is unlike that of any other. It is not, as poverty was before, the result of natural scarcity, but of a set of priorities imposed upon the rest of the world by the rich. Consequently, the modern poor are not pitied, but written off as trash.

John Berger (via justinacuff)

Conservatives would have you believe poverty is a character flaw.

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Bang on.

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gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

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