Campesinos de Chicoasén, en el sureño estado de Chiapas, en México, con parcelas en un ejido (terreno público adjudicado para explotación comunitaria), la mayoría de avanzada edad, participan en la organización de una protesta contra la instalación de una central hidroeléctrica en el área, que afectará sus predios y su forma de vida. Crédito: Emilio Godoy/IPS
Philadelphia: Robert Newell, ca. 1868. View from across the road in front of the Northern Home for Friendless Children, located between 22nd, 23rd Streets, Brown and Parrish Streets. Designed by Samuel Sloan and constructed by John Stewart, the Home opened in 1854. The organization of the Northern Home for Friendless Children was formed to provided housing and education for orphaned children in 1853 and later became Northern Children’s Services.
Commemorative print commissioned by the African Methodist Episcopal Church, in commemoration of the nation’s centennial and the church’s 160th anniversary. Contains a central portrait of First Bishop Richard Allen surrounded by portaits of ten church bishops and six titled vignettes depicting important events, sites, and symbols in the history of the church. Bishops portrayed are: Morris Brown; William Paul Quinn; Daniel A. Payne; Jabez A. Campbell; Thomas M.D. Ward; John M. Brown; James A. Shorter; Alexander W. Wayman; Willis Nazrey; and Edward Waters. P.9508
Culture War is Class War disguised. The Wealthy Elite--the "Filthy Rich"--foment Culture War in society to distract and cover their real economic motives. Culture War, Class War explores the resulting cultural divide--how it was instigated and kept alive for fifty years in America by certain elite powers and how and why they choose to benefit while tearing families in two and keeping America paralyzed.