Reblogged from dreamerworld
Watch: “Disabled” Mannequins Will Change The Way You See Beauty Source
I wish more people would do things like this. Show the world and it’s people for who they really are. We are all individuals, no two people alike, so why treat us or expect us to look as such?
Reblogged from adteachings
The Strongest Anti-Racism Ads Of The Last 20 Years
- 1996 Benetton
- 1996 UK
- 1999 campaign via the UK by the Commission for Racial Equality
- 2001 For the National Congress Of American Indians
- 2002 Via the UK for the National Assembly Against Racism
- 2002 Via the UK
- 2002 National Union of Students
- 2003 Red Cross of Finland
- 2004 campaign via the UK
- 2007 A More Perfect Union via the USA
Reblogged from pulitzercenter
More than 100 Tibetans have self-immolated since 2011 — including monks and nuns, farmers and nomads, adults and teenagers. The Chinese government blames the “The Dalai Lama Clique.” Meanwhile, Tibetans hope that the self-immolations will bring global awareness to China’s policies towards Tibet.
Jeffrey Bartholet looks at the human and political dimensions of the burnings — their meaning, their possible impact, and the battle over who controls the narrative. He also explores the peculiar history of self-immolation, and the related debate among some Tibetan Buddhists about whether they constitute acceptable or unacceptable violence. Learn more.