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Dorothea Lange, in her own words and photos...the deprived and dislocated...the rootless, the helpless...could be words to describe many people today...sad that history must seemingly repeat itself.  She documented the relocation and internment of Japanese-Americans to places named "War Relocation Camps" in 1942.  Her photos tell a powerful story about a dark time in world history.  Listen to her voice, hear her story carefully.

Dorothea Lange's stirring images of migrant farmers and the unemployed have become universally recognized symbols of the Great Depression.

Canon Stunt With Six Photographers Misses, But Demonstrates The Power Of Inspiration

Canon Stunt With Six Photographers Misses, But Demonstrates The Power Of Inspiration

Alexander Graham Bell: "Lascia di quando in quando i sentieri battuti e inoltrati fra i boschi. Troverai certo qualcosa che non hai mai visto prima. Probabilmente si tratterà di una piccola cosa, ma non ignorarla"

Antonio Meucci - The real inventor of the telephone. Graham Bell bought his temporary patent and later claimed as his invention. US Congress recognized this in June act no. Suck it Mr Bell, you are a liar.

Breastfeeding Images from Our Past - Mothering Community. "Migrant agricultural worker’s family. Nipomo, California 1936."

Beautiful Breastfeeding Images from Our Past

“Migrant agricultural worker’s family. Seven hungry children. Mother aged thirty-two. Father is native Californian.” Photograph by Dorothea Lange.

20.) A mother is consumed by her worries and watches over her children during the Dust Bowl (1936). This photo of Florence Owens Thompson is actually one of the photos on this list that became quite famous in its own right.

An iconic image of the Great Depression, “Migrant Mother” by Dorthea Lange depicts a destitute mother and children at a farmworkers camp near Nipomo, California.

Israel Shahak Shapira creo el "Yolocaust" un proyecto para avergonzar a las personas irrespetuosas que se toman selfies en el memorial del holocausto en Berlín

Yolocaust, una lección para hacernos reflexionar sobre el Holocausto

Sad when a selfie matters more than the lives lost in the Holocaust. Israel artist Shahak Shapira has launched an art project called Yolocaust to shame disrespectful selfie-takers from the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin.

Dr. Myles Munroe - "The Black Moses" Interview

Myles Munroe - The Truth About You Dr. Myles Munroe - The Truth About You Dr. Myles Munroe - The Truth About You Dr. Myles Munroe - The Original Picture .

Street photography shot on an iPhone during fake phonecalls by Jay Giampietro

Street photography shot on an iPhone during fake phonecalls by Jay Giampietro

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