Monday, 6 June 2016


"More people believe in ghosts than believe in racism."
David Hekman (University of Colorado)

photograph ("Richard Nixon addresses a crowd while campaigning for president against John F. Kennedy in 1960. To his right is 10-year-old Tom Lemke, in a ghost costume that reads "Jack Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance" referring to Kennedy. Nixon called attention to the boy when he saw him in the crowd.") via