Venezuelans Protest Tyranny With Performance Art and Nude Selfies
A man holds a sign that reads “De niño eran mis héroes. Ahora me reprimen.” (“As a child they were my heroes, now they repress me” (Screengrab via Twitter)
A young man stands on a sidewalk in Caracas, Venezuela holding a sign that reads, “De niño eran mis héroes. Ahora me reprimen.” (“As a child they were my heroes, now they repress me”). Surrounding him, young men and women dressed in combat…
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The world’s first “tramp stamp” was discovered on a mummy from present-day Sudan. “The woman, aged between 20 and 35, had been buried wrapped in a linen and woollen cloth and her remains had mummified in the dry heat. The tattoo has been deciphered by curators and spells out in ancient Greek – M-I-X-A-H-A, or Michael. The owner of the tattoo was a woman who died in about AD 700 and lived in a…
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Duncan Dancers of the Tulalip tribe (all photographs by Matika Wilbur unless otherwise noted)
LOS ANGELES — Between the years 1907 and 1930, Edward Sheriff Curtis published The North American Indian, a record of traditional Indian cultures in the United States and Canada. Curtis’ book, a landmark historical document with a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt, has been digitized and his photographs are…
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