Today, 50 years ago, Dr Martin Luther King had a dream. What's your dream?
I think this is a great photo because of the contrast on the newspaper between the text, "I have a dream" and the white space. furthermore I think having this paper in black and white has a very symbolic nature as well.
~ Reaping A Brave New Life ~ Find your dream.believe it, embrace it, live it.your dream.life itself.
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Sonhos e Devaneios...
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Don’t feed your head this way. It’s all lies darling.
This image is a perfect example of how tv and other types of social media can take over anything thing you were able to control, the way you see other people in society and how much of a different perspective you will have on the world.
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I saw this pin many months ago and forgot to pin it. However, I couldn't get the picture out of my head and it ended up inspiring a story for me to write. The story is about a man named Sawney who has a television instead of a head.
For when you're happy, for when you're sad, for when you feel nothing
Don't think, just watch. Many people watch too much TV now a days. Many television stations especially news channels are one sided and make you see just from their prospective. If you don't see both sides though, your opinions will become one sided.
howtoseewithoutacamera: by Burt Glinn Aftermath of the riots the morning after the assassination of Martin Luther King JR., leader of the Civil Rights Movement, Washington D. From Burt Glinn: Political Moments.