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On 18 December 1969, Shirley Keith gave this speech to an audience at the Stanford Memorial Church - Stanford University. This was part of an event that took place during the early days of the Alcatraz Occupation. ________________________________________________. R.I.S.E. RADICAL INDIGENOUS SURVIVANCE & EMPOWERMENT

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Alan Bean - The Moonwalker | NASA Apollo 12
A Tribute to U.S. Astronaut Alan Bean (1932-2018)
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*Alan Bean - The Moonwalker | NASA Apollo 12* *A Tribute to U.S. Astronaut Alan Bean (1932-2018)* Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, was photographed at quadrant II of the Lunar Module (LM) during the first Apollo 12 extravehicular activity (EVA) on the moon. This picture was taken by astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., commander. Here, Bean is using a fuel transfer tool to remove the fuel e...

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Punk girl Abaceus showing off her powers of Glass in her new outfit as both rendered and designed by EiraQueenOfSnow. Abaceus is possibly the most adapt with her amazing abilities, but the most shy about using them. See more artwork like this earlier by visiting our Patreon page and becoming a patron! Chapter 1, Mini Comics Patreon, Ko-Fi, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Spotify, Amazon ...

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Demian DinéYazhi’ Untitled (For Anna Mae Aquash Pictou), 2013 – Printable poster 18"x 24" – In the spirit of International Women’s Day, let us take a moment to honor the words and work of the late Mi'kmaq warrior Anna Mae Aquash Pictou, whose lifeline was shortened due to her brave and resilient spirit! This poster was inspired by Anna Mae’s Aquash’s statement to the Court of S...

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