(via Art as Warning and Protest at the People’s Climate March)
On Tuesday, world leaders will convene at the United Nations to discuss all matters global warming at the UN Climate Summit. Across town today, a reported 310,000 people from places as far reaching as Lima, Peru and the South Bronx loudly made their way through midtown to broadcast their message about the urgency of our warming earth. The People’s Climate March is being called the biggest of its kind and the charged up scene on the street today was impressive.
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(via Art as Warning and Protest at the People’s Climate March)

On Tuesday, world leaders will convene at the United Nations to discuss all matters global warming at the UN Climate Summit. Across town today, a reported 310,000 people from places as far reaching as Lima, Peru and the South Bronx loudly made their way through midtown to broadcast their message about the urgency of our warming earth. The People’s Climate March is being called the biggest of its kind and the charged up scene on the street today was impressive.

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(via Getting Up Close and Personal with the Brazilian Protests)
For the past year, a photography collective in São Paulo, Brazil, has been creating short, troubling, and cinematic videos of the public protests that first swept the country in 2013. 12PM Photographic’s films are a far cry from the grainy cellphone videos that flood YouTube. Crisp and composed, they bring the South American conflict into alarmingly clear focus.
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(via Getting Up Close and Personal with the Brazilian Protests)

For the past year, a photography collective in São Paulo, Brazil, has been creating short, troubling, and cinematic videos of the public protests that first swept the country in 2013. 12PM Photographic’s films are a far cry from the grainy cellphone videos that flood YouTube. Crisp and composed, they bring the South American conflict into alarmingly clear focus.

READ MORE