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wiitch-craft:

free-vibin:

iloveyoulikekanyeloveskanye:

maybe humans are good for some things

this stuff makes me so happy 

the way the mother looks back at the end 

(Source: sizvideos)

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officialbaio:

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Posted 2 days ago

stealthboy:

how many times do doctors need to confirm that lack of sleep is physically and emotionally harming high school students because of how early they have to be up before someone will give enough of a shit about these kids’ health to actually change something

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poopeh:

On October 4 my highschool is holding its first all girl football game. This event signifies a source of female empowerment and because of that we’ve decided to donate all proceeds to a local charity called Safe Passage. Safe Passage is based in Western Massachusetts and is dedicated to ending domestic violence, and supporting the women and children affected by it.  Everything they offer is free of charge, including: a 24 hr hotlineprivate and group counselingan emergency shelter support groupsThey also offer specialized counseling for people with disabilities, immigrants, and children, and plenty of online resources. We are trying to raise as much money as possible for a charity doing so many good things for our community, and any donations would be greatly appreciated. You can donate online hereYou can find information about donating food, clothing, toiletries, ect. hereTheir toll free hotlineis (888) 345-5282 For more information you can visit their website www.safepass.org

poopeh:

On October 4 my highschool is holding its first all girl football game. This event signifies a source of female empowerment and because of that we’ve decided to donate all proceeds to a local charity called Safe Passage. 

Safe Passage is based in Western Massachusetts and is dedicated to ending domestic violence, and supporting the women and children affected by it.  Everything they offer is free of charge, including: 

  • a 24 hr hotline
  • private and group counseling
  • an emergency shelter 
  • support groups

They also offer specialized counseling for people with disabilities, immigrants, and children, and plenty of online resources. We are trying to raise as much money as possible for a charity doing so many good things for our community, and any donations would be greatly appreciated. 

You can donate online here

You can find information about donating food, clothing, toiletries, ect. here

Their toll free hotlineis (888) 345-5282 

For more information you can visit their website www.safepass.org

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lizthefangirl:

Emma Watson represents the UN, in her role as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, in Uruguay where she was campaigning for a higher representation of women in politics.

im just so proud

(Source: vogue.co.uk)

Posted 2 days ago

amnhnyc:

Expedition Report: Birding and Batteries in Port Moresby

This fall, a team of vertebrate specialists from the Museum—Brett Benz, Chris RaxworthyPaul Sweet, and Neil Duncan—is heading out to one of the most remote areas in the world in search of new species and specimens on the Explore21 Papua New Guinea expedition. Paul Sweet will be sending dispatches from the field as long as his laptop—and a signal—persist.

In this post, Paul writes about spotting “lifers”:

One of the most conspicuous and vocal birds in the gardens is the Willie Wagtail. One is singing even now in the dark. In all I saw around 20 species before breakfast, including many “lifers.” [Ed. New additions to a birder’s “life list” of observed species.]

Purchasing provisions: 

Our major purchase was batteries, lots of batteries: 144 D, 288 AA and 144 AAA. These are too heavy to bring in our luggage but essential for running headlamps, lanterns, and GPS units during six weeks off the grid.

And the conditions in the highlands: 

Cloud cover will likely obscure the mountains, which will give us an idea of the working conditions below. Only Chris seems excited about this because frogs are most active in the wet—it will not make bird and mammal work easy.

Read the full post on the Museum blog