•Not all superheroes wear capes•
National service scheme in collaboration with eternal phrases- the literary society of Lady Irwin College is celebrating SURGICAL STRIKE DAY to commemorate the 2016 strike carried out by the indian army.🌻
~Slogan writing competition.💭
~Letter writing competition.📝
•Dedicated to our fearless and courageous soldiers in the armed forces•👨🏽✈️
✨Date- 27th September 2018
•Participation certificates will be given to everyone•
•come and pay a tribute to those gaurding our lives•
•All students around Delhi-Ncr are invited to participate•
For more details, contact-
Literary society president.🌼
Literary society secretary.🌼
-NSS UNIT, LIC-
Locking4Life Tributes presents: RICHIE RICH @locker.richie.rich
Richie Rich has done so much for the worldwide Locking scene. Dancing since 1979, his love for Locking is unwavering. He was instrumental in helping Locking make a return to major street dance events in the late 1990's and early 2000's. He has taught countless students, many have gone on to international success. We are so grateful for all you have done and present this tribute spanning a 30+ year career. Much love!
Music: "Isley Brothers - Living in the Life"
Directed by: Gemini Lockiano @geminilockiano
Edited by: Scramblelock @scramblelock
Typography: Priska @priska42#locking#locking4life#richierich#tribute#valleystyle
This blog piece is aimed to give tribute to the long rich history of afro- americans, a term i dont exactly agree with, given that, citizens are born in America and it only perpetuates the division of races.
I was very young when first confronted with racism, it took me a while to intellectually understand it’s concept, i thought it was pure hatred, but one day i saw very quickly on Tv the famous Dr.Martin luther King Jr speech. My curiosity got the best of me, and i started my research, got into James Baldwin and Malcom X. This was not so long ago, im not that old! but it made me understand the struggles my people went through so i could have access to education, health and all the universal rights. Im not only talking the american people fight, but my ancestors, my older family members. Unfortunately a good amount of afro-americans dont know their DNA background, it was stripped from them, and i understand the ones who dont want to claim it, becouse after all they’re Americans.
Im not going to dwell in the dark days anymore, but i will firmly point out how much the civil rights movements helped africans all over the world, Mohammed Ali charisma, Miles davis virtuosismo and the feet of James Brown. This and much more had a giant international impact for generations. And people like President Obama keep the torch lit.
Emancipation! So many people to thank, im going to end my text with a couple of recognizable names.
Rosa Parks, Frederick Douglass, Harvey Milk, Lena Horne, Ida B. Wells.
Just a little #timelapse of the last (and largest!) piece for my “Et In Arcana Ego” show, which starts NEXT MONDAY 10/1 at @beulahland_pdx! I’ll be highlighting each piece here throughout the month of October, but I highly recommend you come check them out in person. The rabbit hole awaits... 🖤🐇