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In a world of sensationalised media it has become all too easy to lose grasp of what this word, this concept, really means.  These days the word has gained far too many negative connotations, inspiring images of angry, moaning, men-hating women who hide themselves and their actions behind this empty term.   244 more words

Gentrification’s insidious violence: The truth about American cities | Salon  (via america-wakiewakie)

via Gentrification is violence. Couched in white… | Culture of Resistance.

Gentrification is violence. Couched in white supremacy, it is a systemic, intentional process of uprooting communities… central act of violence is one of erasure.

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Justice & Law

Tori Johnson: Gay Hero of Sydney Hostage Crisis

James Peron recently posted an article where he discusses the heroic actions of a gay man, Tori Johnson, who sacrificed his life to end the hostage situation in Sydney and allow his fellow hostages to escape. 1,040 more words

Current Issues

I don't think ableism is funny.

I’ll be the first to say, I’m one of those people who has a wicked sense of humor. I tend to deal with my life with a sense of humor. 1,337 more words

Chronic Illness

Inequality in America: Sexism against Men when they want to adopt

I will admit that there are fewer cases of sexism against men, but there is one huge one that I have been seeing. To set this up for you: I am a single man who, due to issues like taking care of my mother who had a stroke and is now paralyzed on her entire left side. 962 more words

Equal Rights

Sadik Roberts: An Advocate for Equality and Justice at Duquesne University

-Sadik Roberts, 19, sits down to discuss his organization and current news events surrounding his community.


“It happens too often, situations like this.

“I’m not so much angered by the verdict. 1,124 more words

#reverb14 // 1,000 Words

Day 16 – A picture is worth 1,000 words.  Give us a photo with that impact that subs up 2014.

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Life In General