revitiligo:

omgsexgod:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Smh

Are you serious?

revitiligo:

omgsexgod:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Smh

Are you serious?

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identity-erosion:

chicanismo:

josesleepydiaz:

white supremacy, genocide, slavery, oppression, rape and the racism that still goes on today can still NEVER break or take away our history and the fact that Mexica women are strong, Mexica women are brown, Mexica women are beautiful, Mexica women are proud , Mexica women will fight and mexica women will rise. The future is ours. Liberation through education. Timexicah, We are mexica. 

-(a tribute to Mexica women)- josesleepydiaz

important notes:

Not Latino not Hispanic, we are Mexica (mesheekah) - people of Mexican, “native american”, and “central american” decent. One people One nation.

Chicanas in different generations

Except not all Chicanas are Mexica. Some are Tarasco, some are P’urepecha, some are Tarahumara, some are Zapotec, some are Maya, some are…

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assbutt-astronaut:

imjusttoocooltohaveagoodurl:

I sometimes wonder if Americans get this part of the film, because basically all the Swans in England belong to the Queen and it’s against the law to kill one, and because they’re Police Officers, they obviously can’t break the law so they save the Swan

I am an american and I had no idea thank

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theinfamouschubbykitten:

MOTHERFUCKING BEAUTIFUL

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8924 Notes

socialismartnature:

A protester who uses a wheelchair holds up a sign that says “Fix The System: Not Me.”

For many activists, the fight for the rights of people with disabilities centers on changing the attitudes of society and removing barriers, not “fixing” the person with a disability.
Courtesy Of Max And Colleen Starkloff-Starkloff Disability Institute

socialismartnature:

A protester who uses a wheelchair holds up a sign that says “Fix The System: Not Me.”

For many activists, the fight for the rights of people with disabilities centers on changing the attitudes of society and removing barriers, not “fixing” the person with a disability.

Courtesy Of Max And Colleen Starkloff-Starkloff Disability Institute

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