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wintercorrybriea · a day ago
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Van Nuys Blvd., Photo by Rick McCloskey, 1972
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the-w0nder-beards · 2 days ago
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anothergoodtime · 2 days ago
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Stay until morning? 🌙
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stupidnhigh · 2 days ago
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retropopcult · 7 hours ago
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Walt Disney sits on a bench in his new theme park and stares down Main Street at ongoing construction, July 3, 1955.  Disneyland’s grand opening was only two weeks away.
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juliaknz · 19 hours ago
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FRANK GEHRY NORTON HOUSE, 1984 Venice, California, USA  Image © Tim Street-Porter
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fashionflyologist · 2 days ago
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todaysdocument · 2 days ago
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At Manzanar, a man of Japanese descent works on making a camouflage net for the War Department, on 7/1/1942. Workers at this incarceration camp produced about 6,000 nets per month. 
Series: Central Photographic File of the War Relocation Authority, 1942 - 1945
Record Group 210: Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1941 - 1989
Image description: A man kneels on a large net spread out on the floor. He is weaving strips of fabric through the net. He is wearing jeans, a white t-shirt, and a stocking cap with a bobble.
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tyra-atm · a day ago
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rose garden & I 🌹🌹🌹
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rapeculturerealities · 7 hours ago
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Newsom signs bill to repeal anti-loitering prostitution law that trans activists say leads to bias
California has repealed an anti-loitering law designed to combat prostitution but that LGBTQ advocates say resulted in law enforcement targeting transgender women and women of color.
On Friday, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB357 by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, which repeals a 1995 law that prohibits loitering in public places with the “intent to commit prostitution.” Wiener said the current loitering law is written so vaguely that it has led to police officers and prosecutors profiling trans, Black and Latino women.
Opponents have dubbed such laws “walking while trans” bans because of complaints of discrimination. They said California’s law allows police to cite people simply because of innocuous factors like how they dress or where they stand on the street.
“Everyone - no matter their race, gender or how they make a living - deserves to feel safe on our streets,” Wiener said in a statement.
Legislators approved the bill last year, but Wiener held it from going to Newsom’s desk so he could have more time to make the case to the governor. Wiener sent the bill to Newsom a few weeks ago, to coincide with LGBTQ Pride month.
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The Final Cut //
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the-w0nder-beards · 7 hours ago
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unplaces · a day ago
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San Joaquin, California.
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Tahuna Terrace in Newport Beach, California by Brandon Architects @brandonarchitects and Laura Brophy Interiors @laurabrophyinteriors. Read more: Link in bio! Photography: Manolo Langis @manololangis. Tahuna Terrace project is a new build for a busy family with young children. Laura Brophy Interiors collaborated with Brandon Architects and Tony Valentine Construction to design a home that is as luxurious as it is livable, all while maximizing the "indoor/outdoor" feel of this coastal home… #usa #casa #california #архитектура www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔ A collection of the best contemporary architecture to inspire you. #design #architecture #amazingarchitecture #architect #arquitectura #luxury #realestate #life #cute #architettura #interiordesign #photooftheday #love #travel #construction #furniture #instagood #fashion #beautiful #archilovers #home #house ‎#amazing #picoftheday #architecturephotography ‎#معماری (at Newport Beach, California) https://www.instagram.com/p/Cfesj5SO8mH/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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rahabq · a day ago
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rjzimmerman · 2 days ago
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Excerpt from this story from the New York Times:
In one of the most ambitious statewide attempts to reduce dependence on plastics, California instituted a new requirement that makers of packaging pay for recycling and reduce or eliminate single-use plastic packaging.
The law, signed by California’s governor on Thursday, is the fourth of its kind to be passed by a state, though experts say it is the most significant because it goes further in requiring producers to both make less plastic and to ensure that all single-use products are recyclable or compostable. Last summer, Maine and Oregon passed the country’s first such requirements, known as producer-responsibility laws.
A key tenet of the laws: The costs of recycling infrastructure, recycling plants and collection and sorting facilities, will be shifted to packaging manufacturers and away from taxpayers, who currently foot the bill.
The California law requires that all forms of single-use packaging, including paper and metals, be recyclable or compostable by 2032. However, this is most significant when it comes to plastic products, which are more technologically challenging to recycle. In addition, it is tougher for people to figure out which plastics are recyclable and which aren’t.
Unlike in other states, California will require a 25 percent reduction across all plastic packaging sold in the state, covering a wide range of items, whether shampoo bottles, plastics utensils, bubble wrap or takeaway cups.
“We know that to solve our plastic pollution crisis, we need to make less plastic and reuse more of the plastic we do have,” said Anja Brandon, a policy analyst at the Ocean Conservancy, an environmental nonprofit group, and a contributor to the text of the bill. “This is the first bill in the country to tackle both issues.”
Recycling is important for environmental reasons as well as in the fight against climate change. There are concerns that the growing global market for plastics, which are made from fossil fuels, could support demand for oil, contributing to the release of greenhouse gas emissions precisely at a time when the world needs to wean itself from fossil fuels to avoid the worst consequences of global warming. By 2050, the plastics industry is expected to consume 20 percent of all oil produced.
According to one estimate by her team at the Ocean Conservancy, Ms. Brandon said that the new California law would eliminate 23 million tons of plastic in the next 10 years.
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cpleblow · a day ago
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creepy is as creepy does
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de3d2me · 2 days ago
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red was her color
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flylestyoufall · a day ago
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So needy, forgive me
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tyra-atm · 2 days ago
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