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No. 5 of my political shots agains racism.

1,5 million people were killed by Nazis in the KZ. Don't forget it. Learn from history!

 

Photo:

Suit of a KZ prisoner (The uncle from a friend of mine).

Canon EOS400D. This is no HDR, only CS4

 

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Campaign against racism

spesso con il mio lavoro (sono educatrice per soggetti con disabilità e per minori in stato di marginalità) mi trovo davanti alle diversità..diversità che spesso comportano degli handicap...ma altrettanto spesso mi trovo davanti a diversità di colore che vengono,purtroppo, ancora viste come impedimento,come inferiorità, come discriminazione...un vero e proprio handicap.

non sarà una foto a cambiare il mondo...ma attraverso questa possiamo sperare di non dover più parlare di razzismo...

 

**ABBIAMO IMPARATO A VOLARE COME GLI UCCELLI,A NUOTARE COME I PESCI, MA NON ABBIAMO IMPARATO L'ARTE DI VIVERE COME FRATELLI** MARTIN. LUTHER KING

 

often with my job (I am an educator for people with disabilities and children in a state of marginality) .. I am faced with the diversity..diversity that often result an handicap ...

but often I see that the skin colors become , unfortunately, as an impediment, such as inferiority, discrimination ... as a real handicap.

my picture will not change the world ... but through this we hope we never talk about racism ...

 

**We learned to fly like a bird, swim like fish, but we have not learned the art of live as brothers ** MARTIN. LUTHER KING

We need to all fight for our children to grow up in a world where racism is not prevalent, where lives are not limited and where people are truly judged on their character and not the color of their skin. It boggles my mind sometimes how far from Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream we still are. We have a congress that wants to take away health care, some of these same congressman are saying they honor Martin Luther King Jr. today even though King said, “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

And we have a president who says the most racist things that one can possibly imagine any political leader ever saying. Where does that leave us in the world today? That leaves us, no matter what our race is, to not be silent and to be vocal in the streets. We must stand up for this next generation of beautiful children to have access to a quality public education, to quality health care, to highly skilled jobs, to in all accounts the pursuit of happiness, to an environment that has stabilized and to liberty.

 

Sometimes, it is really difficult for me, even though I am white, to not despair myself. I feel like our nation has taken steps backwards not forwards with Trump and all the beautiful children I help, regardless of race, I want them to have a life that entails all of these things. But, I also truly believe that if King were alive today, he would encourage people to not give up the fight. We have to remember, as Americans, our country is only worthwhile if we fight for the best it can be and can offer all of our immigrants and citizens both.

 

Dr. King also said, "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." We should all make an effort to be kinder, to listen to each other, to be compassionate and to reveal insight and light as a counter to arguments that support discrimination. We are at a time when we all have to fight for human rights. Protests were even less popular during Martin Luther King's time period and he gave his life fighting for justice. Let us be inspired by his bravery not just today but in all days going forwards.

This photo is taken wednesday outside mosque after the Muslim prayer. There were a lot of black, white, african, arabian, etc.. children, and all of them were happy to play in front of my camera =D They don't know the racism, and I think is the power of life!

 

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"Racism is a refuge for the ignorant."

~ Pierre Berton

 

But Momma used to say it too.

 

TOTW: Momma used to say.....

 

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Strobist: AB1600 with gridded 60X30 softbox overhead. AB800 open behind backdrop of white faux suede. Triggered by Cybersync.

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alternative title: when you have no ideas for your shot of the day take a look into the fridge :D

this shot remind me once again I need a graphic tablet T_T and a macro lens. and I also need a remote, but this has nothing to do with it now :P

help me to win a lottery T______T

 

titolo alternativo: quando non hai idee per la tua foto del giorno dai un'occhiata in frigo :D

questa foto mi ricorda ancora una volta che ho bisogno di una tavoletta grafica T_T e di una lente macro. e c'ho bisogno pure di un telecomando, ma ora non c'entra :P

fatemi vincere una lotteria T______T

 

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On February 2, 2013 Chris Dorner decided to take a vendetta out on the LAPD. The mainstream news captured this as a rant and a lunatic. What really happened?

 

Dorner previously had defended a victim of a brutal attack by the LAPD in police custody, where Teresa Evans, a cop kicked a mentally ill person in custody and hand-cuffed. He also defended against white cops from using the word "nigger" frequently to black officers with no reprisal. After he defended the victim against the police officer, the LAPD forced Dorner out of his career by the same friends of the cop he brought charges against. Subsequently, he also was discharged from the Navy because of this action. Hence, the LAPD completely burned his background and name to defend one cop abusing a victim.

 

Dorner then wrote a Vendetta about how he was going to kill all the corrupt cops in the LAPD. I would say this was a very fatal mistake. No matter how well trained you are, you cannot take on the whole LAPD by yourself. This is a sad state of the LAPD's use of racism and burning anyone crossing the Blue line. Hopefully, the LAPD can be reformed by this sad case, so something positive can come of Dorner's actions and injustice by the LAPD. There is also speculation that the police intentionally set the fire to burn Dorner alive, but Dorner then shot himself to avoid such a dreadful death.

  

Dorner received the following military awards in service:

National Defense Service Medal

Iraq Campaign Medal

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon

Navy and Marines Corps Overseas Service Ribbon

Armed Forces Services Medal with M device

Navy Rifle Markmanship Ribbon

Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal

 

Exhibition:

Convert Gallery, Berkeley - Apr-May 2013

 

Size: 24 x 48 inches

 

Paintings for sale: www.shawnshawn.co/store/p116/Betraying_the_Blue_Line.html

Newsletter: shawnshawn.co/Site/Contact.html

Art of the Real

 

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Dorner

  

... mi visión del racismo desde otra perspectiva.

 

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¿Por qué veneráis a los futbolistas y despreciáis a quién os vende unas gafas de sol por 3 euros?

   

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I keep thinking about how the racism was so much different in New Orleans. It's been on my mind...nagging at me. In any city, we need to teach our children to grow up with an openness and a love in their hearts...no hatred or ignorance of those who are different in any way. It's 2018...we need to stop all of the things that keep us apart as people and celebrate instead all of the things that keep us together.

 

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Indifference: This is part of a series on indifference of the ecomonic elite and yes, predominantly liberal white hipsters in Shaw on a Friday night. Notice the women completely ignoring the lady on the right? No compassion, not a care. Is it racism? Unconscious economic bias? You be the judge. More tomorrow.

March Against Racism, London 2018.

Demonstrators held placards calling for unrestricted immigration and open border policy, deeming any form of border control racist. This photo's main subject is a man holding a placard referring to Wakanda, a fictional African country from the Marvel film Black Panther. The irony of his virtue-signalling message is lost on him, in that Wakanda is in fact portrayed as a homogenous, monocultural ethnostate, protected by a huge physical border wall, and which uses all it's special powers to prevent any outsiders who could threaten it from entering its country.

On February 2, 2013 Chris Dorner decided to take a vendetta out on the LAPD. The mainstream news captured this as a rant and a lunatic. What really happened?

 

Dorner previously had defended a victim of a brutal attack by the LAPD in police custody, where Teresa Evans, a cop kicked a mentally ill person in custody and hand-cuffed. He also defended against white cops from using the word "nigger" frequently to black officers with no reprisal. After he defended the victim against the police officer, the LAPD forced Dorner out of his career by the same friends of the cop he brought charges against. Subsequently, he also was discharged from the Navy because of this action. Hence, the LAPD completely burned his background and name to defend one cop abusing a victim.

 

Dorner then wrote a Vendetta about how he was going to kill all the corrupt cops in the LAPD. I would say this was a very fatal mistake. No matter how well trained you are, you cannot take on the whole LAPD by yourself. This is a sad state of the LAPD's use of racism and burning anyone crossing the Blue line. Hopefully, the LAPD can be reformed by this sad case, so something positive can come of Dorner's actions and injustice by the LAPD. There is also speculation that the police intentionally set the fire to burn Dorner alive, but Dorner then shot himself to avoid such a dreadful death.

 

Dorner received the following military awards in service:

National Defense Service Medal

Iraq Campaign Medal

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon

Navy and Marines Corps Overseas Service Ribbon

Armed Forces Services Medal with M device

Navy Rifle Markmanship Ribbon

Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal

 

Exhibition:

4th Street Fine Art, Berkeley - May-Jun 2013

 

Size: 4 10 x 10 inches

 

Paintings for sale: www.shawnshawn.co/store/p106/Day_in_the_Dorner_Cabin.html

Newsletter: shawnshawn.co/Site/Contact.html

Art of the Real

 

Links:

ktla.com/2013/02/12/read-christopher-dorners-so-called-ma...

abclocal.go.com/kabc/feature?section=news/local/orange_co...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Dorner

 

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“Racism is man's gravest threat to man - the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.”

- Abraham J. Heschel

 

Southern trees bear strange fruit,

Blood on the leaves and blood at the root,

Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze,

Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees.

 

Pastoral scene of the gallant south,

The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth,

Scent of magnolias, sweet and fresh,

Then the sudden smell of burning flesh.

 

Here is fruit for the crows to pluck,

For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck,

For the sun to rot, for the trees to drop,

Here is a strange and bitter crop.

 

♫Lady Day♫

So my buddy and I, Stella are shooting birds down the canal when we stumbled across this man sitting under this graffiti. he hadn't even noticed it till I pointed it out to him.

Macromondays: Theme is "My Gang"

 

Really struggled this week. Nothing worked out. Had planned to do a scene in which racist white sheep had segregated a black sheep and wouldn't allow him in their gang. But I've got no little macro sized sheep and couldn't find any. Thus you're left with this somewhat unrelated shot. I couldn’t make the mushrooms appear threatening to the tomato!

 

The idea was to show whilst teamwork, and social groups are among humanities greatest assets, these can easily be turned to more sinister intents. For all we think we are sophisticated and modern, recent history sadly shows how we have still haven’t lifted ourselves above tribal rivalry and suspicion of anyone different.

 

Racism has no place in a modern society.

Oops, wrong time wrong place. Eggs are racist too...

best seen in 'all sizes.'

 

i am about to explode!

 

here is another atrocious example of a racist commercial being produced in denmark, today in 2006, again by nybolig, again produced by wibroe, duckert and partners. it has just been released and the name of the film is indianer (indians).

 

in this scenario, a landowner and his family, who are white, are under siege by indians in a cartoonish western setting, and therefore forced to put their house up for sale. the white real estate agent then shows up, supported by the cavalry representing the real estate company (again, all of them are white) and, through force, they save the landowner and his family, striking a deal with the natives, who are conned into purchasing the land that once was theirs.

 

during the final shot, the real estate agent, now in traditional business attire, is scalped by an indian.

 

this commercial appeals to the worst stereotypes and clichés of what the american indians were like. for one, scalping did not originate with the indians - it was a french innovation in which a very limited number of people from the northeastern tribes in the former french colonies in canada were paid by the french as mercenaries - and some of them were told to bring proof of their kills by scalping their victims. it is a terrible assumption that this is normal behaviour for such a large group of people - it is far from it and it never was a reality in the american west - it simply did not happen.

 

this commercial appeals to the lowest common denominator and is a great disgrace to native americans. and don't say it's not relevant today. it is a hateful campaign, based on the premise that if you make one group of people look ridiculous, you then increase your own standing. it tells us that it is o.k. to stereotype other people, especially if you want to sell a product.

 

i am married to someone of apache decent who lives in denmark - she will see this commercial and will no doubt feel greatly offended.

 

what am i supposed to tell her?

 

boycott this company, please. nybolig, en ordentlig handel. bullshit.

 

see the film for yourself.

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Street and reportage photography from Glasgow, Scotland.

 

A Pro-Palestine rally marches through the city as tensions rise when a Pro-Israeli rally approaches. A moment earlier there had been a sit-down protest in the middle of the street for this, what I believe to be, unsanctioned rally latching onto the March Against Racism rally earlier in the day.

 

I'm not a press photographer but, as a street shooter, I feel it is important to document life and times on our streets. With that in mind I ducked and dived through the midst of the protesters to get the shots that, for me, told the story. Enjoy!

Racism is everywhere.But I'm so happy seeing the italian society becoming a melting pot of people coming from all over the world...only racists and ignorant think they can stop History building walls and borders.

-21-27 marzo, settimana mondiale contro il razzismo. Anche Torino ha aderito all'iniziativa, con convegni e attraverso il gesto simbolico di illuminare la Mole Antonelliana di arancione.

-March 21 to 27, week World Conference against Racism. Turin has also joined the initiative, with conferences and through the symbolic gesture of the Mole illuminate orange.

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071918 - White Robots And Racism

This is one of the photos I took of a demonstration by a small group of Nazis (organized by the Aryan Guard) and a much larger group of anti-racists opposing the Nazis at Calgary's City Hall on Saturday, October 14, 2007. The blond girl in white was with the Nazis.

 

Photographer: Robert Thivierge

Racism- The other side of civilization...

These decorations are on my Christmas tree and are some from when my children were little. Each year they could pick out a decoration to place on the tree.

 

I am finding it difficult to get into the Christmas spirit after all the turmoil of the last few days, but I know as it gets closer, I will join in the excitement that my grandchildren are feeling.

 

I saw a quote yesterday and I think it sums up the way I feel about all the emotions that are running high at the moment - "Patriotism is not racism". My daughter said to me the other day before all this happened, that her children have never known a world without the fear of terrorism. Her eldest was born in April, 2000 and was only a toddler when his sister was born sleeping two weeks before September 11th (a very sad time). Her other three were born since September 11th and it is true, they have never seen the world as my generation or my children's generation have - carefree and peaceful. Hopefully one day peace will reign again, but I fear not.

 

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Sta foto sarebbe, in teoria, coperta dai diritti d'autore! Gente senza dignità....

 

Due occhi, una bocca, due orecchie e un naso.

Un paio di occhiali fighi..

Barba e capelli..

Un Uomo,un ragazzo simile a tanti altri..

Niente in meno,niente in più.

Che sia italiano o ungherese americano o africano..

che sia del nord o del sud,

in base alla provenienza non si può pregiudicare un individuo.

è uguale,come tutti gli altri e va trattato come tale.

NO AL RAZZISMO

NO AI PREGIUDIZI

 

  

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United against Racism demonstration.

oddset is a company that is majority-owned by the state of denmark, which maintains a monopoly on legalized gambling in denmark.

 

oddset hired the advertising agency BBDO to produce this campaign in connection with the football world cup, but the campaign has been running in one variation or another for several years. brand recognition of the oddset product has increased as a result of this campaign and, astonishingly, the overall campaign has actually won several prizes.

 

as it is clear, not only is it racist but also pathetically misogynist.

 

the tag line at the bottom of the page says "there is so much that women do not understand." der er så meget kvinder ikke forstår.

 

blackface has never been funny and it never will be.

 

i have been to several costume parties in denmark where white danes feel comfortable walking around in black face, completely ignorant of the great offence that they are causing. i have known people whom i would think of as friends, such as the well regarded designer henrik vibskov, who has appeared in black face at a party while prancing around on stage - at a party that was otherwise filled with very cool, very open-minded people. you can see him in the film that appears here - he's the only one wearing black face. he used an image of himself in black face for PR material that was distributed at a trade fair in berlin that my wife attended. we know henrik, and we have friends who work with him, but he continues to allow the pictures of himself in blackface to be used and distributed. btw, i have told him how i feel and he shrugged it off.

 

the use of blackface is pathetic, abusive, and has no place in the society that i want to live in, nor in the denmark that i want to call home. these people do not represent my views.

Best on Black

 

Graffiti in San Francisco's Mission District

 

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(by Lola, burnt pullman by parri)

  

Roma. Parlamento italiano. Maggio 2009.

Piano sicurezza contro l'ingresso di migranti clandestini approvato!

Il governo ce l'ha fatta, se ne parlava da un anno. Ce l'hanno fatta!

 

Ora possiamo stare sicuri.

Diminuiranno le violenze.

Gli Italiani ora hanno assicurato il loro posto di lavoro.

Quanti di noi hanno avuto finora il prurito alle mani per denunciare i clandestini, ora potranno farlo.

I figli degli Italiani possono stare tranquilli: non avranno più compagni clandestini.

I medici potranno non sporcarsi le mani con il loro sangue.

Chi chiederà il rilascio e il rinnovo del permesso di soggiorno dovrà pagare un contributo variabile tra gli 80 e i 200 euro.

Sempre 200 euro dovranno sborsarli tutti quegli stranieri che vorranno sposarsi con un italiano, fermo restando, naturalmente, che abbiano tutti i requisiti per ottenere la cittadinanza italiana.

 

Ora siamo più tranquilli.

Possiamo pure respingere i "barconi della speranza" verso la Libia, paese democratico.

 

E poi, a Milano c'è chi propone di mangiare i panini, i gelati, il kebab al chiuso e di riservare i posti sui mezzi pubblici ai soli cittadini milanesi.

Ora si, quando andrò a Milano potrò stare in piedi senza costringere alcuno a farmi sedere!

  

Come? Cosa dite? Dall'est Europa si arriva tranquillamente in Italia?

Ah, vero! Ma si, per esempio andate in Albania, comprate un biglietto di circa 20 euro per il traghetto che da Patrasso arriva a Brindisi...arrivate a Brindisi, in territorio italiano tranquillamente. Come? La guardia di finanza? Nooo! Mica vi controlleranno, non salgono sulla nave, caso mai potreste essere fermati (per sbaglio) all'uscita del traghetto, altrimenti siete in Italia!

 

Ora siamo sicuri.

I clandestini neri extracomunitari non potranno più arrivare in Italia.

I clandestini bianchi europei potranno continuare ad arrivare in Italia.

 

Ora siamo sicuri!

  

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