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French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.

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In Gaza, more than 70,000 people have already lost their homes - that’s almost 4% of the population.  If this level of destruction was applied to the UK, around 2.5 million people would now be homeless. That’s the equivalent of every person in Birmingham, Bristol, Sheffield and Liverpool put together, all losing their homes in one month.  REBLOG this to call for permanent peace and an end to the blockade in Gaza – so more people can rebuild their homes and their lives.

oxfamgb:

In Gaza, more than 70,000 people have already lost their homes - that’s almost 4% of the population.

If this level of destruction was applied to the UK, around 2.5 million people would now be homeless. That’s the equivalent of every person in Birmingham, Bristol, Sheffield and Liverpool put together, all losing their homes in one month.

REBLOG this to call for permanent peace and an end to the blockade in Gaza – so more people can rebuild their homes and their lives.