Another glorious #humpday at @socialhousestl ! We are getting a little #wild in here, come see me! #bodypaint by Danielle Matusak #socialhouse#mollbabes @mollmagazine @mollmagsa @arnesa36 @babesofmma @sibabes @foxyservers @serverbeauties
Kemarin habis mampir ke Social House dan nemuin menu unik ini. Ayo tebak ini apa? Yes, ini jamu! Ada lima pilihan jamu di sini mulai dari kunyit asam hingga beras kencur.
Hayo, kamu suka yang mana?
Cek website kita di foodgeekie.com buat ngintip tentang jamu yang satu ini 😍
Hi there, I am @balazs.turay (GS '09). This week I’m taking over the @icp_alumni account and I am going to show you photographs from a recent body of work. My images and writings were on display in the European Parliament in Brussels as part of ROMAWEEK last week. My exhibition is entitled Take Me Dancing - Stories from the Numbered Streets: ‘As the residents of the numbered streets talk about the recent past—the job opportunities that guaranteed existential safety, the happiest barracks in the years of socialism—I feel suffocated by this “seemingly” safe image of the Old Hungary, rotten nostalgia for an idealistic view of the past.
This romantic view of the past, where everybody had—or rather was forced to have—a job of some kind does not make the people living her oblivious of the fact that it was the Roma people living in the direst circumstances. They were the community working in the iron factories, machinery plants, motorway and railway construction sites, only to end up becoming residents of poor districts. They are the ones whose children are the first to drop out of public education due to the current laws in Hungary. They are the ones whose mental and physical health are the most at risk. They are the ones whose financial and residential stability is most exposed. They cannot be the ones forced to move out from their small and poor homes to towns in forests, to the agony of homelessness. They are the ones whose children have the highest chance to be taken by the state, or in a better scenario, are forced to suffer the fate of modern slaves under the name of public work schemes. They are the one’s who live in families where family members would rather starve to provide for food for other members; or where if a family member is in pain, they are forced to wait for the beginning of the new month when they can pay for the pain medication.
Hungary has been a member of the European Union since 2004.
Street Seven, Miskolc, September 9, 2017.’ #ICP , #ICPSchool , #ICPBowery , #ICPAlumni , #ICPSchoolGS , #documentaryphotography , #romaweek#romanipeople#inequality , #hungary , #miskolc , #racism , #inclusion , #segragation , #landscape , #education , #socialhouse