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"Imagine a public without public schools…" - GA Association of Educators. { Save our schools }

Vote as if your life depended on it… 🙌✔️ | #GOTV #Georgia #early_voting #MikeBrown #takethepledge #vscocam

We can all stand to learn from the honorable & brave heart of Terry Lee | #AfricanAmerican #ADA #leadership #legacy #history #humanrights #civilrights #Wheel2Live #nevergiveup #champion #spinalinjury #survivor #pushthelimits #believe #explorethepossibilities @exploregeorgia #celebrate25years #25for25 (at Shepherd Center)

In the footsteps toward greatness… | #ADA #SheperdCenter #legacytour #Disabilities #achieve #motivate #impact #community #veterans #Atlanta @exploregeorgia #explorethepossibilities #Wheel2Live #celebrate25years #25for25 #givetoday #humanrights #civilrights #liveoutloud #followyourpassion #takeflight (at Shepherd Center)

Every action has a reaction. Make your next move YOUR best move! #motivate #inspire & #explorethepossibilities

…and so the planning begins! Glad @sparkrjnow has joined forces with @strongfams on the Pre-Summit Convening in preparation for the 2015 IGNITE RAD conference. Each person in this talented group of #queer youth are leaders, activists and storytellers shaping the future of #LGBT and the reproductive justice movement in their respective communities. Cheers to a productive weekend! #youth #queer #Southern #national #StrongFamilies #ForwardTogether #SPARKRJ #transgender #humanrights #reprojustice #igniterad2015 #call2action (at Bhojanic Buckhead)


"What’s your greatest worry as a mother?"
"That the values I teach him won’t overcome the influence of the street that we live on."

(Mexico City, Mexico)



Opening today in Brooklyn NYC: Self-Determination Inside/Out: Prison Movements Reshaping Society. Exhibition runs: September 11 – November 16, 2014. #InterferenceArchive presents Self-Determination Inside/Out, a comprehensive exhibition and public program series featuring the cultural materials produced by incarcerated people and their allies. Read more here.

 Self-Determination Inside/Out: Prison Movements Reshaping Society

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Happy National Voter Registration Day, Tumblr.

The number one way of celebrating it? Registering to vote.

Every year, millions of eligible Americans neglect to register, which means that millions of important voices are utterly silent on Election Day. Don’t be one of them. There’s basically a 100% chance that something you care about is on the ballot, something you don’t want to be quiet about.

So be one of the loud ones. Register already. It’s an easy form that you already know all the answers to. No excuses.

Register to Vote! #NVRD

Have you registered to vote yet? Now’s the best time — it’s National Voter Registration Day! Words can’t express how proud I am to work alongside these phenomenal women of SPARK Reproductive Justice and National Domestic Workers Alliance. Congrats @ajani2 on your first public address in GA. Got questions? Visit to learn more & get involved! | #NVRD @sparkrjnow @atldomesticworkers | photo credit: Alissa Robbins


The Life of Steve Biko Chronicled Through Google’s Cultural Institute.

The brilliantly compiled Google Cultural Institute website offers a unique interactive and in-depth view into the life of Steve Biko, complete with timelines, photographs and important documents, compiled and archived from various sources include the Steve Biko Foundation, the South African History Archive, Africa Media Online and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.

Check it out here.


In 2006, Eritreans and Sudanese began arriving in Israel through Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula in large numbers, fleeing widespread human rights abuses in their countries. By the time Israel all but sealed off its border with Egypt in December 2012, about 37,000 Eritreans and 14,000 Sudanese had entered the country.

Over the past eight years, the Israeli authorities have applied various coercive measures to “make their lives miserable” and “encourage the illegals to leave,” in the words of former Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai and current Israeli Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar, respectively. These include indefinite detention, obstacles to accessing Israel’s asylum system, the rejection of 99.9 percent of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum claims, ambiguous policies on being allowed to work, and severely restricted access to healthcare.

Since June 2012, the Israeli authorities have indefinitely detained thousands of Eritreans and Sudanese for entering Israel irregularly, that is, without entering through an official border crossing. After the Israeli Supreme Court ruled in September 2013 that such detention was unlawful, the Israeli authorities responded by renaming their detention policy and began requiring Eritreans and Sudanese to live in the Holot “Residency Center” in Israel’s remote Negev desert in conditions which amount to detention despite the change in name.

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" It was very, very hard…All I remember was every day, somebody throwing something at me or chasing me. "

- Nora Bell, of Birmingham, Alabama (via thesmithian)

" …a community’s ‘soul’ is not just some ineffable or magical quality. Urban planning and local laws actually affect it. "