A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.
Scarification is a permanent form of adornment which has been practised throughout history. Evidence from Saharan rock paintings suggest it’s use in 8000 – 5000 BC. By cutting the skin and manipulating the healing process or by branding, intricate designs can be created. Scarification in an indigenous context is mostly practised in Africa and Australia.
areyouahauntedpotato: ozyreads: stankface: mentation: n4maste: i think its cool that theyre both black My history professor told me there are 300 shades of African skin, I believe him. FINALLY! A fucking pic that doesn’t fetishize albinos!!!! I never thought I’d live to see the day tbh. holy shit that is an amazing visual Omg what I thought those people were painted Holy cow is that their real skin human diversity is amazing
Gormley was heavily influenced by his two years spent studying Buddhist meditation in India: "Using the body as an arena is at the heart of my work: looking at the body not as an image, not as an icon to be used for its symbolic or narrative purposes, but the body as an open place of inquiry and exploration that is constantly changing, that has no defined characteristics and we just have to watch, to attend to".
Feminism~ What many don't get is that feminism just doesn't mean equal rights for just females, it means equality for all. Many people are too ignorant to look at the truth about feminism and just give it a bad meaning. Recently, many others have been giving it a bad reputation and just make fun of those who identify themselves as feminists.