SUBWAY CAR: 05/1973 (NARA)
University students with their necks painted protest at Bolivar square in Bogota, Colombia, Thursday Nov. 3, 2011. Their signs read in Spanish “We have the right to be outraged,” left, and “Excellent education and for all!!” Students are protesting education reforms planned by the government that propose private funding for public institutions. (Fernando Vergara)
A compound in Mali, an airfield in Niger, a string of air bases across the north of the continent and more than two years of “war” in Africa. Read my latest article to know what U.S. officials say behind closed doors about the future of U.S. ops in Africa.
A Brooklyn street, Summer 1974.
Art v Math #graffiti
Drones are “traumatizing an entire generation” in Yemen. Don’t miss Vivian Salama’s powerful piece: “Drones in Yemen: How U.S. Attacks Are Devastating a Nation” in Rolling Stone
An olde mail chute in NYC’s Flatiron Building, home of my publisher: Henry Holt. If you want to know more about the Cutler Manufacturing Company and their high quality mail chutes, take a gander at this 1909 article from The New York Times.