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Los Angeles is many different things to many different people. To some, it’s a place of nothing but fun in the sun. But to others it’s like living in a third world country within a first world country. Gang violence and poverty has touched many lives in the city of

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Now it’s time for The Stimulator & submediaTV to break down the history of the Black Bloc! Check out an episode of real news that just might motivate you… A history of the Black Bloc from the stimulator on Vimeo.

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via channel4 Deep under the streets of Bucharest – in Europe, in the 21st century – there is a network of tunnels and sewers that is home to hundreds of men, women and children stricken by drug abuse, HIV and TB. This video contains strong scenes of drug use that

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Photos & Text by Andrew Houston Rapid economic growth in post-war Japan brought on a construction boom, and with it a huge demand for day laborers, who came from around the country to recruitment sites such as Osaka’s Kamagasaki. As Japan grew, so did the population of these “labor towns”,

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via Beautiful Decay For the artist Eliza Bennett, her flesh is her medium; in embroidering her palm with thick threads, she hopes to explore the ways in which we view gender roles. Her hand, swollen and bruised by her own careful work, is titled ā€œA Womanā€™s Work Is Never Done,ā€

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When it comes to watching the news, I think most of us would agree that it is a bunch of corporate lies. This is why you should check subMedia.tv – one source of information I trust!

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