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zooophagous:

How are these animals even real

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crookednose:

Paper Pastries “Know It All” pencil set

crookednose:

Paper Pastries “Know It All” pencil set

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me (pumping myself up for job interview): i am a pretty cool and regular human

Many whites say they would be happy to live in an integrated community, but define ideally integrated as around 10% black and 90% white.

Ferguson’s experience offers lessons in integration (x)

This lines up with studies done on housing segregation a while back. The “racial tipping point” was about 8%. In other words once the perception of the neighborhood was that more than 8% of it was non-white, people (and by that I mean white people) started moving. 

While housing segregation has been institutionally enforced (de jure) it’s very commonly individually practiced (de facto). 

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lonelyetntomologist:

Call me ‘Moose’ by certified su on Flickr.

lonelyetntomologist:

Call me ‘Moose’ by certified su on Flickr.

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The student is put outside of society, on a campus. Furthermore, he is excluded while being transmitted a knowledge which is traditional in nature, obsolete, ‘academic’ and not directly tied to the needs and problems of today […] Young people from 18 to 25 are thus, as it were, neutralized by and for society, rendered safe, ineffective, socially and politically castrated. There is the first function of the university: to put students out of circulation.
— Foucault, “Rituals of Exclusion” (1971 interview)

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asylum-art-2:

Marc Giai-Miniets Miniature Boxes

French artist Marc Giai-Miniet constructs his intricate ‘Boxes,’ placing small characters and grim scenes inside the empty spaces where unknown events have taken place. The miniature libraries, fictional attics, laboratories, storage rooms and interrogation cells are filled mostly with books and unknown experiments.

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This is a politics in which labour market potential is all that makes a person worthwhile. Perhaps neoliberal government’s greatest success has been to reconstitute “work” - however mundane, drudging or undignified – as an unquestionable public good, in place of community, compassion, or support.
Mental health: why we’re all sick under neoliberalism via Kawthar. (via mother-iron)

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