He could make a radio out of anything
You’d come home and he’d have put one together out of the parts of that old
Defunct television set that died one night last summer… 331 more words
Seventy-five years ago, approximately 7,000 Seattleites were ordered by the U.S. military to leave their homes and sent to incarceration camps. Most ended up at desolate… 319 more words
This one’s for my doctor family members/friends.
The topic of the Muslim ban has been a rollercoaster for American Muslims. The 9th circuit shot down its reinstatement after Trump saw them in court (heh), but there’s talk of it going higher up and people are concerned about being asked about social media passwords, more countries being added to the list, wedding shopping being put in jeopardy, … 651 more words
Children at the Weill public school in San Francisco pledge allegiance to the American flag in April 1942, prior to the internment of Japanese Americans… 1,047 more words
Disclaimer: I originally wrote this post in June, but I think it’s fitting now.
I’m an angry-crier. I can’t help it.
If you’ve ever seen me really angry, you’ve also seen me cry. 1,171 more words
If anyone in our nation doubted that a Trump presidency would produce repercussions among African Americans, women, the LGBT community or Muslim-Americans, they weren’t paying attention to Trump’s vile rhetoric during his campaign. 364 more words