socialjusticekoolaid:

Whites riot over pumpkins in NH and Twitter turns it into epic lesson about Ferguson, aka Black Twitter Wins Again (with some nice Ally Assists), aka The Best of #PumpkinFest, PT 2. #staywoke

(Reblogged from cognitivedissonance)
(Reblogged from cognitivedissonance)

Anything War Can Do, Peace Can Do Better.

No Justice, No Peace!

Is anyone else tired of more empty calls for “justice” and quiet candle-lit
vigils?

The people of Ferguson, MO are taking to the streets because they (and I) want a visible expression of exasperation, anger, and frustration that makes obvious that they are finished with these racist routines:

  • The routines of violence against people of color
  • The routines of quietly shaking our heads at these tragedies
  • The routines of asking for change

It is time to destroy what destroys us.  We need an end to the White Supremacist Capitalist Patriarchy that keeps us quiet?  How many women must be assaulted or raped, and how many black kids shot before something actually changes in this country?

(adapted from “Dangerous Spaces” by Untorelli Press)

lifeofapetiteartist:

Cc: @ledisi

#united #blackpower #opferguson #standup #freedomfighters #revolutionarypictures #notinmycountry #nmos14 #nojusticenopeace #protest #dontshoot #handsup

(Reblogged from lifeofapetiteartist)

How old do you have to be before police profiling begins?

(Reblogged from azspot)

A craft store is NOT a church. The Bible is NOT a healthcare plan.  

No need to say anything more.  Thanks Supreme Court… for nothing.

(Source: road to el dorado)

(Reblogged from cognitivedissonance)
Birth control isn’t free.  Women pay for it with insurance premiums just like everyone else.

Birth control isn’t free.  Women pay for it with insurance premiums just like everyone else.

Raise the Minimum Wage!  Call your Congressperson today!
Productivity has gone up, but wages have stagnated.  Indeed, our wages are worth less today than 30 years ago when adjusted for inflation.

Raise the Minimum Wage!  Call your Congressperson today!

Productivity has gone up, but wages have stagnated.  Indeed, our wages are worth less today than 30 years ago when adjusted for inflation.