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" To remember where you c

" To remember where you come from is part of where you're going" ... Last night my dreams were filled with visions of the time I spent dancing for Donald BYRD and the experiences during that phase of my life that made me the woman and artist I am today. I woke up and watched this clip from a Works in Process showcase at the @guggenheim here in New York many moons ago. Grateful for the fearless women I had the honor of dancing with during that time and the strength it continues to give me every single day @torypeil & @ka_barton #KylieShea #balletdancer #ballerinas #dancing #artistlife #dancers #moderndance #ballerina #guggenheim #performance #dancelife

Cheeeese!! .... getting t

Cheeeese!! .... getting that itch for whitetail season to begin here in the Midwest! Temps r changing and days getting shorter. Ready to capture another year of chasing a passion!! #chaseyourpassion #getafterit #nofilter #running #hunttraining #hunting #huntfromabove #huntinglife #bowhunter #bowhunting #whitetail #whitetailhunting #midwest #godisgood #godisgreat #midwesthunting #artistlife #artist #wildernessculture #cabelas #realtree #SickForIt #yeti #cornfield #iphone7 #beararchery #underaurmor #uahunt #lumix

Intelligent 3D Printing P

Intelligent 3D Printing Pen With 100meterABS Best gift and toy for everyone! Easy to operate with only one button to control; intelligent chip to control the temperature and extrusion speed. Get Yours 50%OFF + Worldwide Shipping Shop Link In Bio @farer_top WWW.FARERTOP.COM . . . #Intelligent #3d #3dprinting #pen #print #printing #auto #freestyle #create #creative #art #artistlife #artists #artistic #paint #painter #painting #shape #draw #gift #gifts #drawings #instaart #artist #brushpen #sketch #technology #tech #innovation #instagood

NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO UP  Sho

NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO UP Shot and edited by my amazing marketing intern @silvis_cs The video is about me moving studios to a temporary space whilst my LIFE GOALS STUDIO is being built SO excited to move in in November! xxxx My temporary space isn't bad though, take a look ALSO, if you wanna please subscribe because I've only got 20 so far, feeling rather unpopular link in bio xxxxxxx Wearing @sophieteaart overalls and @lovetootrue swimsuit . . . #artstudio #emergingartist #youtuberartist #sophieteaart #artiststudio #studiogoals #artistlife #paintoveralls #studioscenes #studioflow #studioday #studioclip #studioart #artists_centre #artist_sharing #artistic_unity

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The Communist Party of China was founded by Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao in the French concession of Shanghai in 1921 as a study society and informal network. Mao set up a Changsha branch, also establishing a branch of the Socialist Youth Corps. Opening a bookstore under the control of his new Cultural Book Society, its purpose was to propagate revolutionary literature throughout Hunan. He was involved in the movement for Hunan autonomy, in the hope that a Hunanese constitution would increase civil liberties and make his revolutionary activity easier. When the movement was successful in establishing provincial autonomy under a new warlord, Mao forgot his involvement. By 1921, small Marxist groups existed in Shanghai, Beijing, Changsha, Wuhan, Guangzhou, and Jinan; it was decided to hold a central meeting, which began in Shanghai on July 23, 1921. The first session of the National Congress of the Communist Party of China was attended by 13 delegates, Mao included. After the authorities sent a police spy to the congress, the delegates moved to a boat on South Lake near Jiaxing, in Zhejiang, to escape detection. Although Soviet and Comintern delegates attended, the first congress ignored Lenin's advice to accept a temporary alliance between the Communists and the "bourgeois democrats" who also advocated national revolution; instead they stuck to the orthodox Marxist belief that only the urban proletariat could lead a socialist revolution. Mao was now party secretary for Hunan stationed in Changsha, and to build the party there he followed a variety of tactics. In August 1921, he founded the Self-Study University, through which readers could gain access to revolutionary literature, housed in the premises of the Society for the Study of Wang Fuzhi, a Qing dynasty Hunanese philosopher who had resisted the Manchus. He joined the YMCA Mass Education Movement to fight illiteracy, though he edited the textbooks to included radical sentiments. He continued organizing workers to strike against the administration of Hunan Governor Zhao Hengti. Yet labor issues remained central. The successful and famous Anyuan coal mines strikes (contrary to later Party historians) depended on both "proletarian" and "bourgeois" strategies. Liu Shaoqi and Li Lisan and Mao not only mobilised the miners, but formed schools and cooperatives and engaged local intellectuals, gentry, military officers, merchants, Red Gang dragon heads and even church clergy. Mao claimed that he missed the July 1922 Second Congress of the Communist Party in Shanghai because he lost the address. Adopting Lenin's advice, the delegates agreed to an alliance with the "bourgeois democrats" of the KMT for the good of the "national revolution". Communist Party members joined the KMT, hoping to push its politics leftward. Mao enthusiastically agreed with this decision, arguing for an alliance across China's socio-economic classes. Mao was a vocal anti-imperialist and in his writings he lambasted the governments of Japan, UK and US, describing the latter as "the most murderous of hangmen".

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