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The Mirabal sisters | Does your baby possess uncommon courage? Does your baby fill your uterus with equal parts bravery and righteousness? Then name your daughter for Patria, Minerva, or María Teresa Mirabal – Dominican sisters who boldly opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo in the 1950s. The three sisters, along with their husbands, participated in constant underground political actions against Trujillo’s regime [...] || 14 Badass Historical Women To Name Your Daughters After

The Mirabal sisters

Meet Patria, Minerva, and María Teresa Mirabal – Dominican sisters who courageously opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo in the The three sisters, along with their husbands, participated.

Patti Smith, and the beautiful Robert Mapplethorpe.

Robert & Patti (loved the book "Just Kids" about Robert Mapplethorpe & Patti Smith by Patti Smith)

"Should I pursue a path so twisted, should I crawl defeated and gifted?" (Patti Smith, 'Pissing in a River')

"Should I pursue a path so twisted, should I crawl defeated and gifted?" (Patti Smith, 'Pissing in a River'). I still have my Radio Ethiopia vinyl in excellent condition!

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Patti Smith, 1970 Photography by James Hamilton © James Hamilton, mmx

Pattie Smith

*Patti Smith* "Robert called me before the shoot and said ‘I don’t care what you do or what you wear but don’t have spaghetti stains on your shirt.

iaintnobodyswhore: “ Patti Smith visits Jim Morrison’s grave at Père Lachaise, Paris ” She was inspired to write Break It Up by a dream she had where Jim Morrison’s ghost is trying to escape from his...

iaintnobodyswhore: “ Patti Smith visits Jim Morrison’s grave at Père Lachaise, Paris ” She was inspired to write Break It Up by a dream she had where Jim Morrison’s ghost is trying to escape from his.

Watch Patti Smith Read from Virginia Woolf, and Hear the Only Surviving Recording of Woolf’s Voice

Watch Patti Smith Read from Virginia Woolf, and Hear the Only Surviving Recording of Woolf’s Voice Open Culture

"I'm more materialistic about my soul than I am about objects." —Patti Smith.

Frank Stefanko Patti Smith, New York City, “The Stoop” Greenwich Village, New York,“Minetta Street” 1974 photographs: Black and White Type: Archival Digital Prints

Patti Smith, New York, 1996, by Annie Leibovitz.

Punk rock’s poet laureate Patti Smith ranks among the most influential female rock & rollers of all time. Ambitious, unconventional, and challenging, Smith’s music was hailed as the…

patti smith-one of the greatest rock n roll women in history

When I was younger, I felt it was my duty to wake people up. I thought poetry was asleep. I thought rock 'n' roll was asleep - Patti Smith

The Dalaï Lama joins Patti Smith on stage At Glastonbury

The Dalaï Lama joins Patti Smith on stage At Glastonbury

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