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The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” has been used and reused at every convenient moment since its conception around 1911; however, there is no place where it becomes more applicable than history. 554 more words

Photo Post: Jean Price-Mars, 1956.

Although he remains a contested figure, in part due to the influence his work (most notably Ainsi parla l’Oncle published in 1928 during the American Marine Occupation), had on the… 144 more words

Photo Post: René Depestre in Paris

(Former) Haitian Communist René Depestre at the Sorbonne for the first international Congrès des écrivains et artistes noirs, 1956.

Image: Courtesy of article “La France et Haïti: 

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Photo Of The Day!

“Toffs and Toughs” – Jimmy Sime – 1937.

The image shows the class divide before pre-war Britain.

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