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Backdrop design for a client, printed size is 5 meter x 6 meter

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Aug. 26 11:55 am

justice4mikebrown:

(via tashabilities)

socialjusticekoolaid:

That CNN Anchor who said police should turn “water cannons” on the protesters… yeah, her ass is gone! #staywoke #cackling

socialjusticekoolaid:

That CNN Anchor who said police should turn “water cannons” on the protesters… yeah, her ass is gone! #staywoke #cackling

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jean-luc-gohard:

What fucks me up about the Darren Wilson fundraiser is that he hasn’t been charged with a crime. He doesn’t have to hire a lawyer. He’s on paid leave, so he’s not losing wages. This is not covering his expenses, because he doesn’t have any additional expenses. This is a reward. He’s getting a $250,000 reward for murdering an unarmed black kid, two days away from starting college, in broad daylight.

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eurovisionth0ngcontest:

People have a problem with “hairy, man-hating lesbians” yet no one seems to have a problem with hairy, woman-hating straight guys, why is this

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prettyboyshyflizzy:

chillona:

poetic-ness:

l0oooveeeee:

And the church said?

Amen’d

🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊

yaaas u betterrr preachh
prettyboyshyflizzy:

chillona:

poetic-ness:

l0oooveeeee:

And the church said?

Amen’d

🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊

yaaas u betterrr preachh
prettyboyshyflizzy:

chillona:

poetic-ness:

l0oooveeeee:

And the church said?

Amen’d

🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊

yaaas u betterrr preachh
prettyboyshyflizzy:

chillona:

poetic-ness:

l0oooveeeee:

And the church said?

Amen’d

🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊

yaaas u betterrr preachh

prettyboyshyflizzy:

chillona:

poetic-ness:

l0oooveeeee:

And the church said?

Amen’d

🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊🙊

yaaas u betterrr preachh

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spaghettiseven:

flies to 3 different countries in 3 mins
spaghettiseven:

flies to 3 different countries in 3 mins

spaghettiseven:

flies to 3 different countries in 3 mins

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  • male game designer: hey maybe we should treat women like people
  • male gamer: how could you say these things... i trusted you... i have lost a hero on this day

(Source: starpatches)

catfrend:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 
Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 
H/T to @daviddtss 

Oh my god
catfrend:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 
Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 
H/T to @daviddtss 

Oh my god
catfrend:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 
Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 
H/T to @daviddtss 

Oh my god
catfrend:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 
Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 
H/T to @daviddtss 

Oh my god

catfrend:

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 

Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 

H/T to @daviddtss 

Oh my god

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18mr:

lightstraumarevelation:

Our tour is from August 26-Sept 7th. Hitting NYC, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Madison, Seattle by the end of August and beginning from Aug 26-Sept 7th!  For an in progress list of events click here.
"Inspired by the directorial cue—”Lights, camera, action!”—award-winning poets Cathy Linh Che ( cathylinhche ) , Jess X Chen ( jessxchen ) and Paul Tran ( iampaultran ) embark on a cross-country extravaganza to read from their first and upcoming books. From New York City to Seattle, these fearless poets combine the ferocity of oral history, spoken word, and Asian American poetics to extricate new narratives of trauma, exile, colonialism, and love in the aftermath of war. Their poems turn from anger to sorrow, mercy to compassion, the erotic to the crowning of one’s own life. Nothing is spared or unexamined. Here is a desire to witness and write it all.”
Poster & Photography by Jess X Chen, with assistance from Paul Tran and Cathy Linh Che
The event for our NYC Kick off show is here.

The show’s tonight! 8PM at the Wild Poets House in Brooklyn, New York.

Minnesota followers, they’re gonna be at CAMP in Saint Paul on Monday at 7pm! 18mr:

lightstraumarevelation:

Our tour is from August 26-Sept 7th. Hitting NYC, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Madison, Seattle by the end of August and beginning from Aug 26-Sept 7th!  For an in progress list of events click here.
"Inspired by the directorial cue—”Lights, camera, action!”—award-winning poets Cathy Linh Che ( cathylinhche ) , Jess X Chen ( jessxchen ) and Paul Tran ( iampaultran ) embark on a cross-country extravaganza to read from their first and upcoming books. From New York City to Seattle, these fearless poets combine the ferocity of oral history, spoken word, and Asian American poetics to extricate new narratives of trauma, exile, colonialism, and love in the aftermath of war. Their poems turn from anger to sorrow, mercy to compassion, the erotic to the crowning of one’s own life. Nothing is spared or unexamined. Here is a desire to witness and write it all.”
Poster & Photography by Jess X Chen, with assistance from Paul Tran and Cathy Linh Che
The event for our NYC Kick off show is here.

The show’s tonight! 8PM at the Wild Poets House in Brooklyn, New York.

Minnesota followers, they’re gonna be at CAMP in Saint Paul on Monday at 7pm! 18mr:

lightstraumarevelation:

Our tour is from August 26-Sept 7th. Hitting NYC, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Madison, Seattle by the end of August and beginning from Aug 26-Sept 7th!  For an in progress list of events click here.
"Inspired by the directorial cue—”Lights, camera, action!”—award-winning poets Cathy Linh Che ( cathylinhche ) , Jess X Chen ( jessxchen ) and Paul Tran ( iampaultran ) embark on a cross-country extravaganza to read from their first and upcoming books. From New York City to Seattle, these fearless poets combine the ferocity of oral history, spoken word, and Asian American poetics to extricate new narratives of trauma, exile, colonialism, and love in the aftermath of war. Their poems turn from anger to sorrow, mercy to compassion, the erotic to the crowning of one’s own life. Nothing is spared or unexamined. Here is a desire to witness and write it all.”
Poster & Photography by Jess X Chen, with assistance from Paul Tran and Cathy Linh Che
The event for our NYC Kick off show is here.

The show’s tonight! 8PM at the Wild Poets House in Brooklyn, New York.

Minnesota followers, they’re gonna be at CAMP in Saint Paul on Monday at 7pm! 18mr:

lightstraumarevelation:

Our tour is from August 26-Sept 7th. Hitting NYC, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Madison, Seattle by the end of August and beginning from Aug 26-Sept 7th!  For an in progress list of events click here.
"Inspired by the directorial cue—”Lights, camera, action!”—award-winning poets Cathy Linh Che ( cathylinhche ) , Jess X Chen ( jessxchen ) and Paul Tran ( iampaultran ) embark on a cross-country extravaganza to read from their first and upcoming books. From New York City to Seattle, these fearless poets combine the ferocity of oral history, spoken word, and Asian American poetics to extricate new narratives of trauma, exile, colonialism, and love in the aftermath of war. Their poems turn from anger to sorrow, mercy to compassion, the erotic to the crowning of one’s own life. Nothing is spared or unexamined. Here is a desire to witness and write it all.”
Poster & Photography by Jess X Chen, with assistance from Paul Tran and Cathy Linh Che
The event for our NYC Kick off show is here.

The show’s tonight! 8PM at the Wild Poets House in Brooklyn, New York.

Minnesota followers, they’re gonna be at CAMP in Saint Paul on Monday at 7pm!

18mr:

lightstraumarevelation:

Our tour is from August 26-Sept 7th. Hitting NYC, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Madison, Seattle by the end of August and beginning from Aug 26-Sept 7th!  For an in progress list of events click here.

"Inspired by the directorial cue—”Lights, camera, action!”—award-winning poets Cathy Linh Che ( cathylinhche ) , Jess X Chen ( jessxchen ) and Paul Tran ( iampaultran ) embark on a cross-country extravaganza to read from their first and upcoming books. From New York City to Seattle, these fearless poets combine the ferocity of oral history, spoken word, and Asian American poetics to extricate new narratives of trauma, exile, colonialism, and love in the aftermath of war. Their poems turn from anger to sorrow, mercy to compassion, the erotic to the crowning of one’s own life. Nothing is spared or unexamined. Here is a desire to witness and write it all.”

Poster & Photography by Jess X Chen, with assistance from Paul Tran and Cathy Linh Che

The event for our NYC Kick off show is here.

The show’s tonight! 8PM at the Wild Poets House in Brooklyn, New York.

Minnesota followers, they’re gonna be at CAMP in Saint Paul on Monday at 7pm!

William Bratton: Investigate Ryo Oyamada's Death

jspark3000:

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Ryo Oyamada, a 24 year old student from Japan, was struck and killed by an NYPD vehicle in a hit & run.  Witnesses say the police car had no lights or sirens on and was going over 70 mph.  The released footage by NYPD was proven to be heavily altered in a cover-up, showing “lights” on the vehicle, when compared to footage from the NY Housing Authority on the same street with the same timestamp. 

On a personal note: I know that this will probably not be shared or reblogged very much, because Asians are not very prominent in American culture.  I understand this, because Asians (like me) are partially at fault for being so passive.  But I am begging you to please consider signing this petition out of human decency.  Ryo was just a student walking home, then struck by a nearly silent police cruiser going at excess speed, and the NYPD covered it up. 

Here is the side-by-side comparison of the released video footage, including updates from the case.  *Edit*  This article contains a link to a graphic video moments after the crash, showing the body of Ryo Oyamada and NY citizens yelling at the police.  Please advise, it is highly disturbing. 

And the following is an excerpt from the petition, which as of now only has 286 signatures.

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spaghettiseven:

I AM YOUR PERSONAL ART CHEERLEADER I LOVE ART FRIENDS

spaghettiseven:

I AM YOUR PERSONAL ART CHEERLEADER I LOVE ART FRIENDS

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Why I think marching isn’t helping much.

tashabilities:

witchsistah:

What a lot of people don’t get is that the Civil Rights protests of the 50s and 60s weren’t necessarily directed at White Americans. They were directed at the national news and therefore the rest of the world.

Think of what was going on WHEN the CRM was happening. The Cold War was Antarctic. We had just gotten out of Korea and were plummeting into Vietnam. Plus a whole bunch of non-White nations were newly independent from their European colonial oppressors and were deciding which way they should go, capitalist or communist. And the powers that colonized them were our allies for the most part.

Now you see, on international news, images of peaceful, well-dressed Black people, who, depending on what newly independent nation you were from, looked a lot like YOUR citizens, being beaten, attacked with dogs, fire hydrants let loose on them. You hear about, and even more impactful, SEE Whites terrorizing, lynching and killing, raping women, blowing up little girls in churches. Those Whites look a lot like the ones who once owned your country too and even speak the same language. And all of this is occurring in the country that is telling you it’s all about freedom, equality and democracy. 

And this isn’t even getting into WHY this movement even had to exist in the first place! I remember tutoring ESL students at a local Chicago community college in the 90s. They were studying the CRM but weren’t told WHY it happened just that it did. I said, “Well, you know the United States kept Black people as slaves for about 250 years, right?” They looked completely flabbergasted. They had NO idea because they literally were not told ANY of that in their American history class. So U.S. citizenship classes are lying to the pupils which may explain the disdain so many immigrants have towards Black Americans. They have no idea HOW we got where we are because they literally are NOT told. That dovetails nicely with the anti-Black, White supremacist system of this nation as well.

Those organizers and marchers were looking to shame and embarrass the United States on the world stage. It didn’t look good to have your dirty business aired on the nightly, national news for every foreign dignitary to see. This speaks to the genius of the organizers playing this subtle international political game. The fact we aren’t taught this is another way to deny Black genius and intellectualism.

Along with that, CRM also had the big stick of Black nationalism in the forms of Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael. Whites felt that they’d better give into non-violent MLK or else the Negroes will turn to the Black nationalist whom they falsely believed were about aggression towards Whites. Pure projection on the part of Whites. Nationalists were about self-defense and self-support. Simply, “Don’t start none; won’t be none.” Shows the violence of the collective White psyche that not being allowed to brutalize Black folks without retaliation was/is seen as violence towards Whites.

You cannot appeal to your oppressor’s humanity and empathy if they have none for you. And without some other leverage, protests and marches won’t and aren’t working. You got to have something your oppressor wants or be able to destroy a thing they, but not you, value.

And right now, Black people in America got nothing we can hold hostage against White people to coerce them (because that’s what happened each and every time a Black liberation movement made any gains. Whites were dragged kicking and screaming to the change, only to reverse every gain at the earliest) to behave. And that’s what it’ll have to take—coercion. And the American system, right up to the Supreme Court, has removed the straight-forward coercion Black people would have had. We got no leverage to use against the White collective.

ALL OF THIS, 

But I had no idea that slavery was left out of the history lessons they teach immigrants! 

Sham fucking WOW.

Yep. My mother took the test when I was about seven, and she does not remember any mention of the enslavement of Black people in America. They’ll have questions like, “Name the war between the North and the South,” and that’s the full extent of the question.

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