Alberto Korda. Che Wearing a Radio Headset.
“Student nurses at Maternity Hospital, Kabul.”
When I was growing up, education was valued and viewed as the great equalizer. If you went to school and achieved good grades, you’d have the chance to enter college, maybe study abroad, be part of the middle class, and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. Education was a hallowed value. Today, I think people have become far more cynical. They do not see the link between education and a better life; they see instead that those who have accumulated wealth and power have not done so through legitimate means.
(via foreign policy.com)
“It always seems impossible until its done.” - Nelson Mandela