Abdul Aziz
abdazizar
Abdul Aziz, a freelance photojournalist based in New Orleans, brings a rich background in documenting global communities from the Middle East to Africa, Asia, and conflicts in the United States.
9/4/19
12:23 PM
534

It was fun laughing about this until it struck me that there are literally tens of millions of people for whom this is some real, no-bullshit, truth bomb cinema, then I just got sad. 

5/22/18
6:09 PM
21

This is one of a very few areas where I am comfortable unhesitatingly bringing up Adolf Hitler and comparing a situation to the third reich. German cities do not install statues of Hitler because he was a leader who implemented public works programs and oversaw a groundswell of national pride, although I guess one Read more

5/22/18
6:02 PM
8

I will never understand this about the US.. a significant portion of the population support, admire or look fondly upon traitors of their own nation... they rebelled against the government, fought a war against their democratically elected federal government... that makes them traitors as far as history is concerned - Read more

5/22/18
5:45 PM
34

What’s illogical about that argument was that it was fucking slavery.

5/22/18
4:40 PM
40

What’s illogical about that argument is that the US was an agrarian economy at that point with little industrialization, especially the Southern economy. What were these careers they were supposedly prepping for? Read more

5/22/18
4:20 PM
101

“Marsala asserts that slavery was “in preparation for professional careers after plantation life.” Read more