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fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

This Racism Happened in Murietta, California Today

This happened today: a protest in Murietta, California, turning back three buses of undocumented migrants from a Border Patrol Center, where they were expected to be processed. The buses eventually went to San Ysidro.

Via Latino Rebels

Fascism isn’t just growing in Ukraine and Europe. It’s here too.

This is why I wasn’t in a mood for fucking white people today. This is the first fucking thing I saw when I woke up. I don’t fucking care what you say, I don’t have time or patience for you gross ass people.

So much worse when it’s your city. When you’re associated with it. Knowing these people are near you. It’s sick

White people protesting means the busses don’t pass.

POC protests equal beatings, shootings, arrests.

How can white people do this to us?! How can you seriously think it’s your place to decide who gets to be here?!

DREAMers have been blocking deportation busses with sit ins since 2010 in AZ and TX, most of them get arrested so the busses can go on thier way

But a bunch of hateful old white folk “cant be contained” ???

Yea, okay….

^^^^

THAT

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Tags: bold's mine

aguacatera:

One important thing about me. #notperfect #perodefinitelybien #chingona

aguacatera:

One important thing about me. #notperfect #perodefinitelybien #chingona

fuckyeahethnicwomen:

angelabassetts:

Film masterpost highlighting the stories of women of color. Representation of women of color in film is quite scarce, so here are some films I think showcase a wide range of perspectives and experiences that we don't get to see on our movie screens. 

Women of Color in Dramas
American Violet  (2008)
Brick Lane (2008)
Desert Flower (2009)
Dreams of Life (2011)
Heaven on Earth (2008)
I Will Follow (2011) 
Skin (2008)
The Patience Stone (2013)
Things Never Said (2013)
Yasmin (2004)
Women of Color in Friendship/Family films
Arranged (2007)
Chutney Popcorn (1999)
Eve’s Bayou (1997)
How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer (2005)
Radiance (1998)
Real Women Have Curves (2002)
The Joy Luck Club (1993)
The Sapphires (2011) 
Tortilla Soup (2001)
Waiting to Exhale (1995)
What’s Cooking? (2000)
Women of Color in RomComs
It’s a Wonderful Afterlife(2010)
Miss Dial (2013)
Young Girls of Color
Akeelah and the Bee (2006)
Anita and Me (2002)
Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)
Life, Above All (2010)
Linda Linda Linda
Rabbit Proof Fence (2002)
Wadjda (2012)
Whale Rider (2002)
Xiu Xiu The Sent Down Girl (1998)
Yelling to the Sky (2011)
Queer Women of Color
Pariah (2011)
I Can’t Think Straight (2008)
Saving Face (2004)
Spider Lilies (2007)
The Journey (2004)
The Peculiar Kind s1 & s2 (web series) 
Yes or No 1 & 2


Um, yes.

fuckyeahethnicwomen:

angelabassetts:

Film masterpost highlighting the stories of women of color. Representation of women of color in film is quite scarce, so here are some films I think showcase a wide range of perspectives and experiences that we don't get to see on our movie screens. 

Women of Color in Dramas

Women of Color in Friendship/Family films

Women of Color in RomComs

Young Girls of Color

Queer Women of Color

Um, yes.

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Tags: movies

snarkbender:

foxxxyknowledgeseeker:

westxkitty:

mamitachvla:

Memorize this fucking image and then think about how you’re treating us in land that was originally ours 
pinches gringos calling us illegals BYE

Seriously !!

umm can we also recognize that Mexico colonized the lands of the Indigenous?

^^^^^ that tho

snarkbender:

foxxxyknowledgeseeker:

westxkitty:

mamitachvla:

Memorize this fucking image and then think about how you’re treating us in land that was originally ours 

pinches gringos calling us illegals BYE

Seriously !!

umm can we also recognize that Mexico colonized the lands of the Indigenous?

^^^^^ that tho

puellapeanut:

sailor moon is not a series it is an emotion

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primadollly:

reck-lustt:


We’re living in an era where capturing moments using our phones is more important than actually living these moments with whoever is beside us.

this. 

we’re living in an era where some underpaid employee has to scrub this bullshit off of the public transportation, just because you had a moment of pseudo-profoundness that no one would be aware of if it weren’t for your use of technology in the first place

primadollly:

reck-lustt:

We’re living in an era where capturing moments using our phones is more important than actually living these moments with whoever is beside us.

this. 

we’re living in an era where some underpaid employee has to scrub this bullshit off of the public transportation, just because you had a moment of pseudo-profoundness that no one would be aware of if it weren’t for your use of technology in the first place

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swift-fate:

Robert Robinson was a 16-year-old boy. A few weeks ago, his mother murdered him and then committed suicide.

The above is one headline from an article about Robert’s murder. Here are some others: 

"Distraught woman killed autistic son then took her own life"
Prince Rupert family’s ordeal ends in tragedy”
"Tragic deaths in Prince Rupert avoidable"

Does anyone else see a problem here?

In each and every one of these headlines, the mother is the victim. Her autistic son is an explanation, a reason she is sympathetic, an element in her tragic death. She killed him, and yet this is her tragedy. Some of the headlines don’t even bother mentioning his death!

When a neurotypical able-bodied child is murdered by their parents, the world is shocked and horrified. The memorials are for the child, not their killer. You’d certainly be hard-pressed to find a whole chorus of internet comments like the ones above. 

It’s terrible what happened to this mother who was just trying to help her son cope…

Robert would have never been able to live a real life and would require permanent care his entire life. His existence created an unimaginable emotional and financial burden for those who had to care for him, and this tragically became the end result.

For someone like him, what is the purpose of living?

Obviously nobody has a right to take someone else’s life but I only really feel badly for the mother. TBH, I think everyone would’ve been better off if he died earlier, including him.

This is what ableism looks like. This is what ableism looks like when it’s mobilized to defend murderers. This is, in the end, the price of ‘Autism Awareness’ campaigns which perpetuate the myth it prevents us from living a real life or from having value as human beings. 

This post is for Robert Robinson, Vincent Phan, and Damien Veraghen, all autistic children murdered by their caretakers in the past four months. Let’s grieve for them, children who another person decided had no value and no right to life. Children whose experiences were brutally cut short by their parents who made the choice to murder them. Children whose lives and deaths were diminished by a media who couldn’t bring themselves to describe these crimes in any language stronger than ‘tragedy’. 

I’m scared. I’m angry. And I know - I just know - it will happen again. 

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Tags: ableism

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rawr-its-michelle:

i never hit reblog so fast in my life

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This 420 take a moment of silence for all the people who have had lost their freedom because of non-violent drug charges.

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howtobeterrell:

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glutenfreewaffles:

glutenfreewaffles:

remember when you put your glasses on for the first time and you realized you could see leaves on trees

how many fucking people…

Everything is in such beautiful lush colors. I can see the detail on things I didn’t know existed