Today my friends and I were selling stuff to other students for a project for class and it was during lunch time so we had to eat while we were selling people stuff and my friend Canyon had suckers for anyone who bought whatever he was selling and I pretended to steal one and he stole it back and he was like "wait where's your lunch" and I just said "I didn't bring one" and he said "oh like you forgot yours? it's ok, I'll-" and I interrupted him saying "no I just don't feel like eating" and…

Today my friends and I were selling stuff to other students for a project for class and it was during lunch time so we had to eat while we were selling people stuff and my friend Canyon had suckers for anyone who bought whatever he was selling and I pretended to steal one and he stole it back and he was like "wait where's your lunch" and I just said "I didn't bring one" and he said "oh like you forgot yours? it's ok, I'll-" and I interrupted him saying "no I just don't feel like eating" and…

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National Conference on Volunteering and Service - live streaming video powered by Livestream

National Conference on Volunteering and Service - live streaming video powered by Livestream

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90's protest art baby. Just kidding, I don't know if its from the 90s it just looks really 90s.

90's protest art baby. Just kidding, I don't know if its from the 90s it just looks really 90s.

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The Peace Symbol was designed by Gerald Holtum, a message designer, in England in 1958 for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. It is the combination of two semaphore letters, N and D for Nuclear Disarmament, surrounded by a circle. It was made for a single protest march in Trafalgar Square but was picked up by the American anti-war movement when Vietnam heated up. Philosopher Bertrand Russell was instrumental in bringing the symbol to the US.

The Peace Symbol was designed by Gerald Holtum, a message designer, in England in 1958 for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. It is the combination of two semaphore letters, N and D for Nuclear Disarmament, surrounded by a circle. It was made for a single protest march in Trafalgar Square but was picked up by the American anti-war movement when Vietnam heated up. Philosopher Bertrand Russell was instrumental in bringing the symbol to the US.

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picture of the silent protest organized by Occupy Boise, part of the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Today they are taping $1 over their mouths to symbolize how the 1% have silenced the other 99% in the USA. They also say the $1 is one dollar more than the Bank of America has paid in taxes

picture of the silent protest organized by Occupy Boise, part of the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Today they are taping $1 over their mouths to symbolize how the 1% have silenced the other 99% in the USA. They also say the $1 is one dollar more than the Bank of America has paid in taxes

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Transcendentalists believed that most focus was revolved around money and superficial items. Looking at it as being brainwashed, Transcendentalists pushed for independency and hope that people would follow what they believed in, not what the "fling" of the time was.

Transcendentalists believed that most focus was revolved around money and superficial items. Looking at it as being brainwashed, Transcendentalists pushed for independency and hope that people would follow what they believed in, not what the "fling" of the time was.

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