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raychillster:

National Moment of Silence Protest in Chicago, Illinois was a SUCCESS! The amount of unity and diversity within the crowd brought tears to my eyes. We met up at the Daley Plaza at 6 PM, had a moment of silence for 4 minutes with our hands held in the air. Every minute represented the four hours Mike Brown’s body was on the ground. Chicago is truly not a segregated city. The people know how to come together when we need to. WE TOOK IT TO THE STREETS. People joined in, we were chanting and screaming. There were black people, white people, asians, hispanics, everyone was there. It was a beautiful experience. All in support of Ferguson and police brutality victims. A protest to help stop racist cops from prevailing.

Luckily, the police kept their asses on the sidelines and out of our way. There were too many of us to be controlled. 

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lovethyhippie:

baconsprinkledpipedreams:

oneforthemisfits:

Yas Talib!!!! Tell em!!!

what’s a buzzword?

Is that from that PlayStation game?

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devilshope:

never leave a homie behind

iridessence:

godofcum:

NMOS14

Chicago, IL

I was so glad to see Chicago come together as one, to protest against police brutality and the on going mistreatment of African-American people in the USA. It’s time that we set our differences aside and make an actual change in our communities, educate young people, and keep the negativity and hate out of our homes and cities. Together we can make a difference.

I missed this?! ;~;

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supreme-surf:

StayCla$$y

b0ugieprincess:

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pattilahell:

thechanelmuse:

Many think Black people in America whine about injustice and racial profiling when it comes to the police, the system. Race in America is important. Things don’t change unless those things begin to affect white Americans. That’s America.

Keri has really gotten good at dealing with the hecklers…kudos, girl.

yaaas Keri!

I’m rooting for Keri.

YAAAAAS KERI IM SORRY IF I EVER REBLOGGED SUMN MEAN ABOUT U IF I DID IM A FAKE HO I STILL SING PRETTY GIRL ROCK ILY

YAAAAAS GURL I FORGIVE YOU FOR SLANDERING BEYONCE !!!

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People to keep in prayer tonight:

yohoyohoadisneylifeforme:

  • people of Ferguson, Missouri
  • Christians being persecuted in the Middle East
  • the kidnapped girls in Africa who we have yet to hear anything about
  • the depressed, lonely, sick and poor
  • anyone thinking of committing suicide
  • your friends and family
  • people of leadership positions inside and outside of the USA
  • your church
  • yourself.

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myvoicemyright:

Acid attack survivors in India model new clothing range for powerful photoshoot

Survivors of acid attacks in India have become the face of a new clothing range designed by a woman who had acid thrown in her face while she was asleep four years ago.Delhi-based designer Rupa and her friends Rita, Sonam, Laxmi and Chanchal modelled the clothes from her new range, Rupa Designs, for photographer Rahul Saharan.

Rupa suffered extensive injuries when her stepmother threw acid in her face while she was sleeping in 2008.

She was allegedly left without any medical aid for six hours before her uncle found her and transported her to hospital, where she underwent eleven operations and spent three months being cared for.

this is so powerful

Bless them and their beautiful spirits

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