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BRAND X

Orphaned transracial international ungrateful insurgent Class Bastard.

Posts tagged heritage

Jan 8 '14

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Dec 18 '13

Native American Heritage Month

srixxhowls:

Day 4:

Tribal Seal/Flag:

Here is the official flag and seal for the Taíno's of Puerto Rico!
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Feb 7 '13

SAY HI TO MEMORIES

tobia:

“my father.
the reason why i liked unbearable lightness of being
is because i related to a scene where the girl is looking at herself
in the mirror not out of vanity, but with a desperate effort
to see beyond genetics, heritage. to see her trueself beyond
her mothers face. desperate attempt to see her soul.
blood is thicker than water.”

DAUL KIM, journal entry, 2009.

Oct 14 '11
cultureofresistance:

UN demands urgent answers from Ethiopia over Gibe III dam
The UN’s World Heritage Committee has also written to Ethiopia calling for it to ‘immediately halt all construction’ and for ‘all financial institutions supporting the Gibe III dam to put on hold their financial support.’ Both the Omo Valley, and Kenya’s Lake Turkana, which is fed by the Omo river, have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
Survival has been calling on the UN to take action over Ethiopia’s construction of the Gibe III dam, and its decision to lease out large areas of tribal land for commercial plantations in the South Omo region. The dam will regulate the flow of the Omo and enable irrigation of the plantations.
Survival recently revealed that around one hundred indigenous people have been arrested and jailed for opposing the dam and plantations.

cultureofresistance:

UN demands urgent answers from Ethiopia over Gibe III dam

The UN’s World Heritage Committee has also written to Ethiopia calling for it to ‘immediately halt all construction’ and for ‘all financial institutions supporting the Gibe III dam to put on hold their financial support.’ Both the Omo Valley, and Kenya’s Lake Turkana, which is fed by the Omo river, have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

Survival has been calling on the UN to take action over Ethiopia’s construction of the Gibe III dam, and its decision to lease out large areas of tribal land for commercial plantations in the South Omo region. The dam will regulate the flow of the Omo and enable irrigation of the plantations.

Survival recently revealed that around one hundred indigenous people have been arrested and jailed for opposing the dam and plantations.