sxt:

“An Ocean In Between The Waves” – The War on Drugs

If anybody needs me I’ll be wherever this album is taking me.

mdthwomp:

Unfriendly reminder that in America it’s reasonable to say an unarmed black kid deserved to be shot six times because he might have robbed a convenience store, but a white kid shouldn’t be kicked off the high school football team just because he violently raped a girl.

(via potato-tots)

smithsonian:

Yesterday, our National Museum of American History added more items to its LGBTQ History collection. The items are not on view yet, but you can see many of them online now. 
LGBTQ History is an important part of the American experience and the Smithsonian is committed to making sure these stories are told. In a blog post, a curator reflects on collecting and interpreting LGBTQ material culture.
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smithsonian:

Yesterday, our National Museum of American History added more items to its LGBTQ History collection. The items are not on view yet, but you can see many of them online now. 
LGBTQ History is an important part of the American experience and the Smithsonian is committed to making sure these stories are told. In a blog post, a curator reflects on collecting and interpreting LGBTQ material culture.
Zoom Info
smithsonian:

Yesterday, our National Museum of American History added more items to its LGBTQ History collection. The items are not on view yet, but you can see many of them online now. 
LGBTQ History is an important part of the American experience and the Smithsonian is committed to making sure these stories are told. In a blog post, a curator reflects on collecting and interpreting LGBTQ material culture.
Zoom Info
smithsonian:

Yesterday, our National Museum of American History added more items to its LGBTQ History collection. The items are not on view yet, but you can see many of them online now. 
LGBTQ History is an important part of the American experience and the Smithsonian is committed to making sure these stories are told. In a blog post, a curator reflects on collecting and interpreting LGBTQ material culture.
Zoom Info

smithsonian:

Yesterday, our National Museum of American History added more items to its LGBTQ History collection. The items are not on view yet, but you can see many of them online now

LGBTQ History is an important part of the American experience and the Smithsonian is committed to making sure these stories are told. In a blog post, a curator reflects on collecting and interpreting LGBTQ material culture.


"My name’s Joe, we made a show called hitRECord on TV. With hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world that contributed their writing, their music, their video footage and their stories, animations and their illustrations. So this award belongs to all of them! All of them, that’s who I want to thank.” [x]
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"My name’s Joe, we made a show called hitRECord on TV. With hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world that contributed their writing, their music, their video footage and their stories, animations and their illustrations. So this award belongs to all of them! All of them, that’s who I want to thank.” [x]
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"My name’s Joe, we made a show called hitRECord on TV. With hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world that contributed their writing, their music, their video footage and their stories, animations and their illustrations. So this award belongs to all of them! All of them, that’s who I want to thank.” [x]
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"My name’s Joe, we made a show called hitRECord on TV. With hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world that contributed their writing, their music, their video footage and their stories, animations and their illustrations. So this award belongs to all of them! All of them, that’s who I want to thank.” [x]

(via hitrecord)