around this time last year people finally started taking notice of the food-related issues in the upper northern reaches of Canada; consider this your reminder that even since then, juice is still $26 in Pangnirtung, Nunavut, and that the predominately indigenous communities in Canada’s North are forced to pay extraordinarily exorbitant prices for basic groceries due to structural inequity and the contemporary effects of ongoing settler occupation.
this is the best picture in history.
oh my god
LITTLE HOUSE ON THE AERIE A house, built in 1968, rests upon on a rock on the river Drina in western Serbia. (Photo: Marko Djurica / Reuters via The Telegraph)