ltamara2011: “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” — #Audre Lorde
Grumpy faces: Intifada Incantation: Poem # 8 for... →
saturdaywhataday: Intifada Incantation: Poem # 8 for b.b.L. By June Jordan I SAID I LOVED YOU AND I WANTED GENOCIDE TO STOP I SAID I LOVED YOU AND I WANTED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND REACTION I SAID I LOVED YOU AND I WANTED MUSIC OUT THE WINDOWS I SAID I LOVED YOU AND I WANTED NOBODY THIRST AND NOBODY …
: Poem about Police Violence - June Jordan →
acalltothefront: Tell me something what you think would happen if everytime they kill a black boy then we kill a cop everytime they kill a black man then we kill a cop you think the accident rate would lower subsequently? sometimes the feeling like amaze me baby comes back to my mouth and I am quiet like…
To love. To be loved. To never forget your own insignificance. To never get used...– Arundhati Roy (via pax-caelestis)
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Sub-Saharan Africa, which is the poorest part of the world, is paying 25,000...– Susan George on the issue of developing nations and third world nations taking loans from first world nations, unable to pay them back and in return end up supplying troops, supplying their country’s resources for cheaper (first world nations planned it this way), from the documentary End of...
Civil Eats » Blog Archive » Food & Class: Moving... →
veganecofeminismfairtrade: “It’s about a system in which food, which should be the most basic of rights, is now some repackaged, commodified afterthought. The problem of consumer-based movements is that they tend to focus all the strategies on personal choice, disregarding structural inequalities that are at the root of our food problems. And even when they acknowledge these structures, they...