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There’s nothing inherently burdensome about crossing state lines.

— The attorney arguing for closing Mississippi’s last abortion center, when a judge quipped, “It seems you have a steep hill to climb when it’s the only abortion clinic in the state.” (via officialssay)

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Zoom brainofbryan:

Beware the Bubble Gum ninja!

My little brother did this! Holy shit! brainofbryan

brainofbryan:

Beware the Bubble Gum ninja!

My little brother did this! Holy shit!

brainofbryan
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We have to remember to keep moving, keep fighting, and stay connected. We are not islands in of ourselves. Arundhati Roy puts it best: “Real resistance has real consequences. And no salary.



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Zoom - Richie Perez of The Young Lords.

- Richie Perez of The Young Lords.

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Never counted in the ‘costs’ of war are the dead birds, the charred animals, the murdered fish, incinerated insects, poisoned water sources, destroyed vegetation. Rarely mentioned is the arrogance of the human race toward other living things with which it shares this planet. All these are forgotten in the fight for markets and ideologies. This arrogance will probably be the ultimate undoing of the human species.

— Arundhati Roy, The Loneliness of Noam Chomsky

02.02.14 4
Can you please explain why white face isn't racist and why black face is.

Asked by Anonymous

yoisthisracist:

Because we don’t have a culture that denigrates and oppresses white people for how they look, you fucking idiot piece of shit.

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Zoom theatlantic:

How America Gets to Work—in 1 Very Long Graph


This is sick, but sadly how it works in a country with barely any sense of community.

theatlantic:

How America Gets to Work—in 1 Very Long Graph

This is sick, but sadly how it works in a country with barely any sense of community.

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Coming back

Been a long time. Tumblrers united against patriarchal white capitalist supremacy! Lend me your links to PDFs by the greats like Ida B. Wells, Malcolm X, Eduardo Galeano, etc… any and all radical ideas welcome to accompany me on my morning commute.

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Zoom fylatinamericanhistory:

Today In Latin American History
On the afternoon of March 4, 1960, the French ship La Coubre exploded in Havana Harbor while carrying several tons of Belgian munitions, killing about 75 people and injuring hundreds more. Alberto Korda’s Guerrillero Heroico, the now-iconic image of Che Guevara shown above, was taken at a memorial service for the victims of the La Coubre explosion held the following day.

fylatinamericanhistory:

Today In Latin American History

On the afternoon of March 4, 1960, the French ship La Coubre exploded in Havana Harbor while carrying several tons of Belgian munitions, killing about 75 people and injuring hundreds more. Alberto Korda’s Guerrillero Heroico, the now-iconic image of Che Guevara shown above, was taken at a memorial service for the victims of the La Coubre explosion held the following day.

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