Documentary Photographer Aydin Cetinbostanoglu is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography. From his project ‘Roma Bridal Market”. To see Aydin’s gallery of projects click on any image. Teenage Roma girls match up with their future husbands at open-air activity in Bulgaria. Poor Roma families use these markets […]

via The Cost Of A Bride – Roma’s Traditional Wedding   Negotiations — Edge of Humanity Magazine


IN A RURAL CEMETERY in unincorporated Cannon City some five miles northeast of Faribault, a chain link fence separates gravestones from fields. Here the wind blows strong among spruce and cedar trees branching over gravestones. For a century and a half now, mourners have come to this place of solitude and grace […]

via A grassroots Memorial Day observance at a 150-year-old rural Minnesota cemetery — Minnesota Prairie Roots


Pres. Trump makes first visit by sitting U.S. commander in chief to the Western Wall, an important Jewish holy site — CBS News (@CBSNews) May 22, 2017 Following a rather tumultuous week at home in the United States, Donald Trump embarked on his first foreign trip as president last Friday. So far, he…

via Trump Becomes The First Sitting U.S. President To Visit The Western Wall In Jerusalem — Real Stories – UPROXX


The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has unveiled the Logo of Yoruba Parapo Cultural carnival (YPCC), an event put together to promote the oneness of Yoruba race. The Ooni officially unveiled the YPCC logo and inaugurated the Central Coordinating Committee, in his Palace, on Friday, in Ile-Ife. Prince Solomon Gbenga, the Executive Consultant to […]

via Ooni unveils Yoruba Parapo Cultural carnival Logo — kaykayjabari’s Blog


I am Heathen, which honestly is not the same as pagan. I am a hard polytheist who understands the gods and goddesses, however imperfectly we understand them, are discrete knowable entities with a nature that springs not from our need, but from their essence. The gods that I have built a relationship with are the […]

via Freya: Modern need, ancient goddess — mainer74