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incogneeco:

beautiesofafrique:

buttononyourlips:

beautiesofafrique:

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

Even if you don’t listen to K-Pop, please don’t let Korean broadcasting companies continue to get away with doing blackface without any repercussions!

!!!!!!!

 

Just 243 more signatures needed. Even if you’re not a k-pop fan or abreast to the entertainment culture of Korea, please consider signing this.

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baemiserables:

FIERCE is a membership-based organization building the leadership and power of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth of color in New York City. We develop politically conscious leaders who are invested in improving ourselves and our communities through youth-led campaigns, leadership development programs, and cultural expression through arts and media. FIERCE is dedicated to cultivating the next generation of social justice movement leaders who are dedicated to ending all forms of oppression.

Donate if you can’t join in (giving you have the resources, of course.)

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brohogany:

We have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit because what was native has been stolen from us. - Audre Lorde #houseofbaldwin #familia #twisting | photo: Marfuh

brohogany:

We have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit because what was native has been stolen from us. - Audre Lorde #houseofbaldwin #familia #twisting | photo: Marfuh

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marquimode:

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I got bored, So I took photos of myself and my outfit :]

ALL BLACK EVERYTHING.

Hat: American Rag (I got it for like $2) 
Shirt: Old Navy
Sweater: H&M
Pants: Karen T
Shoes: Goodwill (idk the brand)
Bag: Steve Madden
Necklace: Charlotte Russe

Oh hey, it’s me.

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fuckyeahlesbianliterature:

Will you give a dollar (or more!) to help Wild Iris Books? They’ve already been behaving like a nonprofit for years, putting on feminist and LGBTQ+ events and providing activist education. Some of their recent adventures include the Sinister Wisdom release party (Southern lesbian history),…

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Hi! My name is Mauricio and I am a bisexual first-gen latino entering my last year of college! I was wondering if you can please help me by sharing my GoFundMe page. I am raising money to help pay for my last year as an undergrad! I’d really appreciate it! If you cannot do this I understand, but I’d greatly appreciate it! Thank you have a great day! http://www.gofundme.com/chatoxred-college

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fuckyeahbiguys:

"I’m sick of how bisexuality is erased in LGBT spaces. I get really nervous before any LGBT event, especially Pride. I feel incredibly sad and hopeless when gay and lesbian people call me insulting names. If gay and lesbian people don’t understand me – Continue reading Prejudice at Pride at Empathize This

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"The only reason “coming out” is still even a thing is because it’s presumed that people are straight until they tell us otherwise. “The Other must identify itself, or else it is decieving us” is a fucked up, dangerous idea."

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incogneeco:

"Since the Florissant/Ferguson schools have been cancelled again for the remainder of the week (haven’t even started yet) due to the situation in Ferguson, parents are meeting at the Ferguson Library on New Florissant Rd from 9-4 to work with any children from K to 12th who might show up. They are looking for volunteers Tuesday and Wednesday, and possibly Thursday and Friday. Feel free to bring a craft or activity to do with the children.

I know that most of us have already started school and many with the younger children would not be able to help, but maybe there are some with older kids who can do school on their own at home can go to the library to help out. Read a story, work on spelling or phonics with the kids, whatever is needed.”

Ferguson Municipal Public Library · 35 North Florissant Road
Ferguson, Missouri 63135 · Voice (314) 521-4820

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hardcoregurlz:

Gay rights demonstration, Albany, New York, 1971 (photo: Diana Davies)

hardcoregurlz:

Gay rights demonstration, Albany, New York, 1971 (photo: Diana Davies)

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