lostsplendor:

Beneath the Rails: Views Below the New York City Subway by Berenice Abbott, New York City, c. 1935/36 via NYPL on Flickr Commons




nprcodeswitch:

So what if Asians said all those things that white people say? You know, stuff that spans that general racial question/stereotype/comment/microaggression gamut. Where are you from, no, where are you really from? My eyes are sort of small/almond shaped/etc, so I’m basically an honorary Asian, yeah? Can you calculate this tip for me?

Cue the hilarious video from Buzzfeed Yellow (“Tasty short, fun, inspiring, funny, interesting videos from the Buzzfeed crew”), featuring comic Jenny Yang and other folks spitting cringe-worthy things. They’re parodying material that a good portion of you have probably heard yourself.

This was pretty solid, especially the one about “Western religions”


allthingseurope:

Agios Triadas, Meteora, Greece (by Danel Solabarrieta)

allthingseurope:

Agios Triadas, Meteora, Greece (by Danel Solabarrieta)


design-is-fine:

Elsbeth Juda, Two scottish McEwens, 1950 © Elsbeth Juda Source

design-is-fine:

Elsbeth Juda, Two scottish McEwens, 1950 © Elsbeth Juda Source



landscapelifescape:

Black River National Park in Mauritius, Africa
by hessbeck-fotografix

landscapelifescape:

Black River National Park in Mauritius, Africa

by hessbeck-fotografix


dynamicafrica:

#TBTAfrica: Vintage photographs of women in Nigeria.

(via iamforevernigerian)