A Liberian soldier chases after a resident and beats her with a baton on Wednesday as he enforces the Ebola quarantine enacted by the government
Andre 3000 (feat. Rosario Dawson) - She lives in my lap
STOLEN STATUES RETURN TO NIGERIA AFTER 117 YEARS
A British citizen has returned two statues taken from the Benin Kingdom 117 years ago during the invasion of Benin by British soldiers, prompting calls for other treasures to be repatriated. The House of Representatives, called on the British Parliament to intervene in Nigeria’s efforts to get stolen artifacts in various museums in the United Kingdom repatriated. The House in adopting a motion calling for the repatriation of the artifacts also took a decision to communicate it to the British parliament
Women Warriors … one might want to think twice.
These pictures are even more important because a lot of the jewellery we get from stores like H & M and Forever 21 is a blend of different cultures and then Seventeen features them as part of their “Boho” or “Tribal” look. I’m sure you’ve seen derivations of the necklaces and headpieces like these women are wearing. These are distinct cultures with histories, to group them into one category and mish mash cultures is so wrong. Further, we have no right to wear it if isn’t part of our culture.
— Desiderius Erasmus (via observando)
Kevin Sorbo, no one cares about your ignorant views on what is happening in Ferguson.
Take a seat.
by Richard Vogel
A man prays outside Eid Gah, the largest mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan. Built in 1893, Eid Gah’s ceremonial square is a popular location for large gatherings and celebrations.