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News Excerpts From the Jan. 15, 2015, Bender’s Immigration Bulletin

News Excerpts From The March Bender’s Immigration Bulletin

Women rise up. You can see it all over the WORLD today! #bravebodylove .  @Regrann from @refinery29 -  We march with women past present and future. We march for a vote and a voice. We march because we dont just talk about rights we take them. We march because we can do it! To close the gap. For the soul of our nation. To own our bodies. We march to right the wrong. We march because were bossy bitches. Because man if you feel like a woman you are one. Because we mean business. We march for…

We hope you are feeling inspired! This months theme is all about being in formation and how you can be the change! Tag us in march pics and read this month's interview featuring activist for some ideas on how you can make a difference Regram from

Identity Tapestry by Mary March. A paticipatory tapestry where participants map aspects of their identity creating this installation reflecting the complexity and interconnecting aspects of identity/ humanity.

Or we could wrap the pergola with yarn? ***Identity Tapestry by Mary March. A paticipatory tapestry where participants map aspects of their identity creating this installation reflecting the complexity and interconnecting aspects of identity/ humanity.

24 Signs From Trump Protests That Will Make You Feel A Little Better

24 Signs From Trump Protests That Will Make You Feel A Little Better

Protests signs made for the Womens March of 2017 protesting against Trumps movement.

Yinka Shonibare's 10,000 batik-covered books - Creative Review

Yinka Shonibare's 10,000 batik-covered books

The British Library’ - batik-covered books by Yinka Shonibare, British-Nigerian artist living in London. Commissioned for Brighton Festival, May

Kevin Woodward Slum City / Immigration Centre, London  This project investigates the high-density informal settlements that form around large cities, often in developing nations. Questioning the word ‘slum’ is an integral part of the project, as these settlements often display fantastic variety of culture, and honesty of architecture.

Kevin Woodward Slum City / Immigration Centre, London This project investigates the high-density informal settlements that form around large cities, often in developing nations. Questioning the word ‘slum’ is an integral part of the project, as these settlements often display fantastic variety of culture, and honesty of architecture.

East End Couple, London, England, United Kingdom, 1975-79, photograph by Bandele “Tex” Ajetunmobi.

East End Couple, London, England, United Kingdom, photograph by Bandele “Tex” Ajetunmobi.

How To Get Your Book Into A Library by guest author Kevin Morris | Valerie Penny's Book Reviews

Osteoporosis literally means porous bones. The result is that the bones can become thin or snap. Osteoporosis cannot be cured and often is not found until after bones break.

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