The Culture and the Chaos

Je m'appelle Jada. I like to think of myself as a student of the world. I love to learn about the human condition, archaeology, art, and other crafts. I'm going to Grad school for an MA in Cultural Heritage to project Native American culture. Right now I'm living in Big Sky Country Montana where I was born, but I have no idea where the next few years will take me.


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pixiepunch:

oooo very very interesting.

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mings:

Beautiful old people

mings:

Beautiful old people

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meadow-sage:

travelstache:

Travelstache backpacking Conundrum Hot Springs, in Aspen Colorado.

mmmmm

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mings:

Good question.

mings:

Good question.

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lostincape-town:

Earth ☽

lostincape-town:

Earth ☽

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vintageblackglamour:

Cecil Williams in the 1950s - and today. I am taking the liberty of posting Mr. Williams again so people can see him now. From my original post: I thought about this searing, beautiful picture today in light of recent events in the United States. I, like many others, shared it a few years ago on my blog, but it was only today that I finally found the name of the man in the photograph! His name is Cecil Williams and, he happens to be a photographer himself. The photo was probably taken by Mr. Williams mentor, John Goodwin, who joined him for a talk at Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina in September 2013 about their experiences as black photographers in South Carolina during Jim Crow and the Civil Rights era. Mr. Williams, an Orangeburg, South Carolina native was a correspondent for Jet Magazine when he was only 15 and made national news after shooting some crucial pictures after the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre. This picture of Mr. Williams currently hangs over the water fountain on the Garden level of the Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina.

vintageblackglamour:

Cecil Williams in the 1950s - and today. I am taking the liberty of posting Mr. Williams again so people can see him now. From my original post: I thought about this searing, beautiful picture today in light of recent events in the United States. I, like many others, shared it a few years ago on my blog, but it was only today that I finally found the name of the man in the photograph! His name is Cecil Williams and, he happens to be a photographer himself. The photo was probably taken by Mr. Williams mentor, John Goodwin, who joined him for a talk at Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina in September 2013 about their experiences as black photographers in South Carolina during Jim Crow and the Civil Rights era. Mr. Williams, an Orangeburg, South Carolina native was a correspondent for Jet Magazine when he was only 15 and made national news after shooting some crucial pictures after the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre. This picture of Mr. Williams currently hangs over the water fountain on the Garden level of the Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina.

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fyeahindigenousfashion:

beaded bracelet, Lani Hotch (Tlingit)

fyeahindigenousfashion:

beaded bracelet, Lani Hotch (Tlingit)

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thesecretrroom:

DO YOU KNOW WHAT’S THAT?  IS VENEZUELA, PLEASE REBLOG THIS POST, ALL THE WORLD MUST TO KNOW IT.

Today, February 12, a lot of students went to peaceful protest in many states on the country. At the afternoon violent acts happened and gave to our country 3 deaths, and a lot of wounded students. 

National Police shot and wounded protesters and the government does nothing, HELP, ALL THE WORLD MUST TO KNOW WHAT’S HAPPENING IN VENEZUELA. 

We could are near of a civil war or a revolution, many persons will die, this not a democratic country!!!! 

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classicladiesofcolor:

 Dancer Ni Gusti Raka (age 10), photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1952.

classicladiesofcolor:

 Dancer Ni Gusti Raka (age 10), photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1952.

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