movingbeyondborders:

Gael García Bernal Explores Migrant’s Tragic Journey in New Documentary “Who is Dayani Cristal?”

In August 2010, border patrol officers found a migrant’s decomposing body in Arizona’s infamous “corridor of death.” His only identifiable feature was a tattoo that read “Dayani Cristal.”

The film follows García Bernal as he travels the migrant trail from Honduras through Mexico to cross the American border. 

According to a press release, “the film brings viewers intimately close to the often-invisible lives that have been affected by by a broken immigration policy.”

Visit the film’s website for screenings and further resources.

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unaphotographer:

RIP Loukanikos.
Riot dog, revolutionary, leader.

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allerasphinx:

i just now learned that apparently a native american actress auditioned for tigerlily and was told that they weren’t looking for a native american actor for the role.

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wow

I will shit….yes

Shit on everyone

Context: Native representation in film hovers steady at 0%

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"I’m sure the best actor for the part got the role"

ZERO. FUCKING. PERCENT.

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miriamelizabethworld:

★★Comandante Che Guevara ★★

miriamelizabethworld:

★★Comandante Che Guevara ★★

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Bolivia’s Socialist President Wins a Third Term 

amodernmanifesto:

Bolivian President Evo Morales declared his re-election victory Sunday a triumph for socialist reforms that have reduced poverty. He will begin a third term that will last through 2018 with roughy 60 percent of the votes cast.

Reuters reports:

Morales, who became Bolivia’s first indigenous leader in 2006, will now be able to extend his “indigenous socialism”, under which he has nationalized key industries such as oil and gas to finance welfare programs and build new roads and schools.

“This was a debate on two models: nationalisation or privatisation. Nationalisation won with more than 60 percent (support),” Morales told thousands of cheering supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace.

A prominent member of the bloc of socialist and anti-U.S. leaders in Latin America, Morales dedicated his victory to Cuba’s former communist leader Fidel Castro.

“This win is a triumph for anti-imperialists and anti-colonialists,” Morales said.

Read more here.

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hyungjk:

The Name and Work of Lenin are Immortal

hyungjk:

The Name and Work of Lenin are Immortal

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Ernesto ”Che" Guevara
June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967

Ernesto ”CheGuevara

June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967

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¡NO PASARÁN! Canciones de guerra contra el fascismo [1936-1939]

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#no pasarán #antifa #españa #communism #spanish 

St. Louis Police Shoot Black Honor Student 25 Times 

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jellobatch:

think-progress:

TWENTY-FIVE.

Not once or twice,TWENTY FIVE.It doenst take that many bullets to take someone down.

POST RACIAL AMERICA

But, why would you use a gun on a kid? Much less, why would you shoot anyone 25 times? These are the kind of things that Black people have to fear in their daily lives. If you don’t think this is a problem, I don’t think you know what it feels like to have a humanity.

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