"Their team pride shouldn’t outweigh the cultural identity and traditions of a native people."
"That’s what I JUST. SAID."
"She didn’t want me to be a stand-up comedian because she experienced so much racism and hatred coming to America in the sixties that she could just not believe that this country would accept her child. So the fact that I can be successful means to her on a very fundamental level that America somehow works, and that things are getting better in her lifetime. It’s such a beautiful thing to share."
A literal hat tip from Andrea!
The face of a man who has not yet learned how to properly hold a dog.
"I don’t like the idea that every time I ask, ‘Hey, where do I stand with you?’ I’m giving somebody else the power to put me in a position in relation to them. That shouldn’t be somebody else’s job. That should be mine."
Not gonna lie… these pics of Daniel Radcliffe walking a mob of dogs in NYC just made today a whole lot better!
These dogs are so ready for their close-ups.
According to CBP data, 445 immigrants died along the U.S. southwest border in 2013, many in the Rio Grande Valley sector of Texas.
In a neglected cemetery an hour’s drive north of the Mexican border, the graves of unknown immigrants lay hidden among and beneath the marked gravestones of others.
“They’re buried throughout the cemetery,” explains Baylor University’s Lori Baker, who heads a team of more than 30 archaeologists and forensic students.
The team has unearthed a mass grave of undocumented immigrants — dozens of bodies found in an unmarked corner of the Sacred Heart Burial Park in Falfurrias, Texas, nearly 80-miles from the border.
"There’s no dignity in someone being buried in trash bags.”