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Oppression Olympics Part I

I have been jeered at, on the street, for my legs, my chest, because busty looks best, and yes, I may be twelve, but with a body like a woman’s, I’ll do just fine for the man who wants to satisfy himself. 344 more words

Feminism

Being a black woman in 2017 is such an empowering and beautiful thing. All the opportunity and “acceptance” to showcase the magic we have to offer the world. 483 more words

God

The"Sunken Place" is Not Another Meaningless Metaphor

Jordan Peele recently emerged as one of America’s leading comedy voices on the issue of race in white spaces with his latest film Get Out… 919 more words

Blog

To the Iskwesis/Young Ones with Brown Skin:

A reminder to all the kwezens/iskwesis and young ones with brown skin,

You no longer need to be on the brink of critical mental health crisis due to the struggle and battle against colonial systems and oppression. 700 more words

UN Investigators Accuse Eritrea of Crimes Against Humanity

GENEVA — 

U.N. investigators on Wednesday accused the Eritrean government of a quarter-century of widespread, systematic violations amounting to crimes against humanity.

The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea released its second report on alleged violations of human rights in Eritrea, which painted a disturbing picture of a society in which abusive conditions and the use of conscripts as forced labor are the norm, rather than the exception. 520 more words

Social Justice

Passport

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turquoise town

flagged rooftops

revolution red

ripped on the city outskirts

binoculars on Buddha’s blessings

butter melting

the sage fired air

curtains pulled

over Beijing’s chosen Panchen… 146 more words

Poetry