historical-nonfiction:

Most anthropologists and biologists view race as a political grouping with roots in slavery and colonialism. The number of races and who belongs in each race have shifted over time and nations—not because of responses to scientific advances in human biology, but rather in response to political purposes.

(Source: facts.randomhistory.com)

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fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Teens having a party.
Briarcliff, NY c.1956 © Yale Joel

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Teens having a party.

Briarcliff, NY c.1956 © Yale Joel

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(Source: nataliewood-, via ohsohepburn)

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jnightscape:

"T"okyo cityscape.

jnightscape:

"T"okyo cityscape.

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"You should know me well enough by now to know I don’t ask for things I don’t think I can get." - Bette Davis, 1930s

"You should know me well enough by now to know I don’t ask for things I don’t think I can get." - Bette Davis, 1930s

(Source: bellecs)

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