May. 3rd, 2017

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WE HAVE CURRENTLY RAISED 3,135$ OF OUR 12,500$ GOAL! 

Donate HERE!

Please donate just 1$! If we can 9000 reblogs, and everyone who reblogs or likes  donates just ONE DOLLAR, we can bring this camp to the children on Pine Ridge!

Outlast aims to increase minority representation in film and media by teaching minority students filmmaking skills so that they can tell their own stories. Outlast also aims to build relationships across minority communities, because together, we can “Outlast” anything.

This is our third year, and we are heading back to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation from July 3rd - July 12th. We’ll be holding a full short film production experience. The students will write, direct, film and edit a short film. We will then enter the film into festivals.

In addition, we are inviting speakers to Pine Ridge to hold performances, workshops and talks with the students. We are bringing in artist and filmmakers from a variety of multicultural and artistic backgrounds. So far, we have Native-American rapper Frank Waln, Native American poet Tanaya Winder, cinematographer Salvatore Totino and musicians Maimouna and Jabari Exum.

But we can’t do this without your help!

Please donate at

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And visit

http://ift.tt/2p0ha5L for more information about who we are and what we do!

Bonus: Outlast is run entirely by women and people of color. We are African-American, Native-American, Filipino, Native-Hawaiian, and the list continues! We are minority youth coming together to empower minority youth!

Also, check us out, we were featured on Afropunk! 

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stevetony + tentacles, fill for an image prompt on my capim bingo card (square Y2) 

steve is less sure about this than tony, but they’re both into it (consentacles!)
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24 March 2017 By James Wilson-Taylor 

Ever heard a song so good it makes your heart stop a little bit? Us too. But once we’ve recovered from the epic majesty coming through our headphones, what song should we play to start it back up again?

Don’t worry, New York Presbyterian Hospital has got you covered.

Daily Mail reports that the hospital has compiled the perfect playlist of songs at 100BPM - the beats per minute matching the number of chest compressions required in hand to hand CPR. The songs are now being used as part of training for First Responders, helping them find the correct timing when performing the procedure.

Performing CPR more than doubles the survival rate of patients who go into cardiac arrest. So, what songs could literally save your life?

How about Fall Out Boy’s ‘This Ain’t A Scene’?

Pete has the perfect tempo to revive you.

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