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March 18, 2012
Dancing through Life: Yoko Ono talks discrimination, marriage equality
And at 78, she's still kicking ass on the dance charts

Among the many iconic images of Yoko Ono, there is one that is particularly haunting.Taken in late 1969, she and her husband John Lennon have embarked on their worldwide “War Is Over” campaign. They are huddled together behind a giant placard bearing that mantra, dressed in all white. Her long black hair is parted in the middle, framing her face like draperies. But it is her eyes that are most evocative– dark pools of sadness and mystery.Though the sign and Lennon occupy the foreground of the photograph, she is its undeniable center, a subliminal message that her husband would have readily acknowledged.

Life is what happens when your busy making other plans. John Lennon
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