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Protest Photo by Gordon Parks + Aids Memorial II Photo Random -Dec. 2014

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    Photo by Gordon Parks (Harlem, 1963)

  • Who are police killing?

    The racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement is Native Americans, followed by African Americans, Latinos, Whites, and Asian Americans.

  • Dec 1 – On World’s Aid Day.
    We remember poets, filmmakers, actors, authors, artists, photographers, sculptors, philosophers, cinematographers, composer singers, figure skaters who died of Aids .

    Aids Memorial (Fotos of Eleven Good Men)klausgif Klaus Nomi & and others.

  • Aids Memorial part II

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    Susan Sontag and Nestor Almendros

  • Susan Sontag, the American critic and a former supporter of the Castro regime, describes the Castro campaign against homosexuals as ”a heritage, in a way a ‘Puritan’ one, that is deeply embedded in the morals of the Left.” She continues: ”The discovery that homosexuals were being persecuted in Cuba shows, I think, how much the Left needs to evolve.”

    (Susan Sontag’s son David Rief translated Francois Truffaut’ forward to A Man with A Camera titled “The Lights of Nestor Almendros”.)

    Nestor Almendros – A Man with a Camera…(You can see his documentary from here.)

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    Tony Perkins relaxing on the Psycho set.

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    (Photo by Robert Giard)
    was an American author, poet, and activist best known for his essays about gay relationships.
    Borrowed Time: An AIDS Memoir. 1988

  • Burce Chatwin and Werner Herzog – The Anatomy of Restlessness.

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