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Paris Metro Bar Map.
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"As the protesters marched through the streets, it began to storm. Every time the thunder crashed, the protesters would cheer louder and louder. It seemed as if mother nature herself were cheering them on.."
We ain’t going away this time
Did they even MENTION this ON CNN?
The young lady wielding the megaphone is a POWERFUL spirit in this world. POWERFUL. I can’t say enough about her.
People seriously need to stop putting their photos of this stuff into black and white. It feeds the idea that all of this is stuff that happened in the past and that we’re beyond it now, in the good and progressive present day where nothing like this could ever happen again.
At a glance you could absolutely mistake one of these black and white photos as something from the 50s or 60s if you weren’t looking out for the clothes and cars, thank goodness all that was in the past, and move on.
We’re not beyond it. This shit is happening right now. Today.
The LITERAL point of the photos being in black and white is to show a connection between the past and present. The photos are for people to understand that this is still happening now instead of glorifying the past as is typically done. I understand you didn’t know that, so it’s okay. Don’t argue with me on this, I took the photos.
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Sacha Pytka by Aaron Feaver.
Amelie by Jérémy Barniaud.
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