jusquau-bout-de-lennui:

Jessica Lange, 1979

Reblogged from Stonefox
Reblogged from FuckYeahVintage-Retro
georgiacapra:

or if i sleep forever

georgiacapra:

or if i sleep forever

Reblogged from Crushed Being Groovy
Reblogged from LilySofia
nitratediva:

Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) takes her first look at her creator.

nitratediva:

Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) takes her first look at her creator.

Reblogged from LilySofia
Reblogged from Micro-Epoch
The helpful thought for which you look
Is written somewhere in a book.
Edward Gorey (via feellng)
Reblogged from cantsayn0
timelessaudrey:

#audreyhepburn ,1952

timelessaudrey:

#audreyhepburn ,1952

Reblogged from FuckYeahVintage-Retro

nprfreshair:

Human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson represents those who have been abandoned. His clients are people on death row — abused and neglected children who were prosecuted as adults and placed in adult prisons where they were beaten and sexually abused, and mentally disabled people whose illnesses helped land them in prison where their special needs were unmet.

Today he spoke to us about justice in the 21st century:

"The new statistic from the Justice [Department] is really disheartening: The Justice Department is now reporting that one in three black male babies born in the 21st century is expected to go to jail or prison. The statistic for Latino boys is one in six. That statistic was not true in the 20th century. It was not true in the 19th century. It didn’t become true until the 21st century. That means we have enormous work to do to improve our commitment to society that is not haunted and undermined and corrupted by our legacy of racial inequality.”

One Lawyer’s Fight For Young Blacks And ‘Just Mercy’

Photo: Linda Nylind, The Guardian

Reblogged from NPR