The Activist Developer Who Helps Journalists Protect Data and Sources

Harlo Holmes by Rei Watanabe

“Initially, she only used computers to play videogames. But in college and grad school, she started getting interested in how computers and apps can be used for political purposes.

‘I learned that the way that we write code is actually a form of speech that can be political,’ Holmes once told Rookie Mag.”

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@harlo | Freedom of the Press Foundation | SecureDrop

David Korten – Change the Story, Change the Future

Now, hold on there – I know these days when many of us see an older white man behind a podium – a numbed, dulling fatigue immediately begins to set in, like right behind the eyes, but trust me: this is one of the good ones.



“Deep democracy, real democracy is the only way that we can organize as a society, to achieve balance with Earth – and to do it in a way that meets the needs of all.”– David Korten

@dkorten | David Korten’s Blog | Living Economies Forum | YES! Magazine

“We can almost be literally be anything we want to be – and I’m not talking individuals; I’m talking about societies.” – David Korten

ecotopia 2049

#Ayotzinapa: Supporters Of Missing Mexican Students Use Their Nude Bodies As Protest Art

#Ayotzinapa: Supporters Of Missing Mexican Students Use Their Nude Bodies As Protest Art
Karen Yasmín, Victor G, Alejandra Díaz as human billboards in Colonia Roma, an artsy, upper middle class neighborhood in Mexico City. Their bodies reflect the names of other cities in Mexico that have experienced massacres and disappearances. Photo by Édgar Olguín

“In our society, it’s more alarming to see a naked body, than to see a charred cadaver in column 8 of the newspaper.”

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The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society

The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society
The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society

“We’re a group of friends, and friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends, and complete strangers, who love good books and sunny days and enjoying both as nearly in the altogether as the law allows.”

The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society
this lady reads

The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society | @ToplessPulp

Burn Bras, Not Books!

See also: GoTopless.org

Animal Rights Activism Meets Street Art in the ‘Vegan Club’

Animal Rights Activism Meets Street Art in the ‘Vegan Club’
Animal Rights Activism Meets Street Art in the ‘Vegan Club’

“’If animals could speak to us, they would say we are the devil,’ Le Fou says, paraphrasing a quote by author William Inge. And the time to change that, he says, is now — not just for the animals, but also the planet, and the people who will benefit in myriad ways from a shift away from eating animals.

“Art is the medium and the message to make it happen, Le Fou says. ‘It’s a crime right now to have talent and not use it for this.'”

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