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Wadjda (2013) - dir. Haifaa Al-Mansour // Saudi Arabia

Sporting a majority female cast, Wadjda tells the story of a 10-year-old girl obsessed with idea of owning a beautiful green bike she find in a toy store, even though traditional customs frown upon the notion of girls riding bikes. Nevertheless, Wadjda convinces a neighbour boy to teach her to ride in secret and begins running various small-time scams at school to raise the money for the bicycle.

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When I see bae…

Vine by Harmony Smith

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"I must remind you that starving a child is violence. Suppressing a culture is violence. Neglecting school children is violence. Punishing a mother and her family is violence. Discrimination against a working man is violence. Ghetto housing is violence. Ignoring medical need is violence. Contempt for poverty is violence."

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Here’s Your New Summer Banger… (Can’t stop listening)

Voices of Resistance, Ana Tijoux Teams Up With Palestian Rapper Shadia Mansour For New Video

Grammy-nominated Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux joined forces with Palestianian emcee Shadia Mansour in the new song and video “Somos Sur,” which dropped earlier this week. 

“‘Somos Sur’ is about the importance of resistance, not only in Chile, but around the world,” Tijoux told Rolling Stone. “Global resistance movements, whether in Latin America, Africa or the Middle East, are fighting against the same patterns of violence that have repeated themselves throughout history. Which means many of these groups share a similar set of demands. We are asking for a free Palestine just like we’re asking for an independent Wallmapu in Chile, without police control.”

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*Remember kids, fight til you die…

"Palestina te quiero libre"

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26/7/14

Keep Tucson Shitty

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whoisdangerwoman:

The street car just opened this weekend, the same weekend Wingspan and Eon are closing (the only LGBT drop in center in town) because the street car made the rent triple. There’s a giant celebration all over downtown. Imagine if any of these drum circling guitar playing hipsters gave any shit about the homeless youth they’re fucking up.

Fuck anyone trying to turn Tucson into Portland. Speaking of Portland, apparently the city of Portland built this streetcar

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"Clashes all over West Bank, 2 Palestinians Killed and several hundreds wounded. There, too, Israel oppresses everyone"  

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"Contrary to assertions that we have left disciplinary society back in the twentieth century, contemporary transnational production networks are underpinned by carceral modes of labor discipline. Ethnicized production networks depend on disciplinary institutions of ethnic enclaves, factories, and families to instill feminine values of loyalty, obedience, and patience, and to mold docile labor. Thus disciplinary mechanisms render migrant workers governable in ethnicized ways, providing as well an ethnicizing connection to the agile and entrepreneurial managers who shape the horizontal space of markets."

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Aihwa Ong, Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty  (Durham: Duke University Press, 2006), 124.

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