Monday, September 29, 2014

Really beautiful finds at the library today that I so don’t have the time to read D:

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I really enjoyed today’s outfit, new pants, new hat yay 😁

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notpulpcovers:


Robert Maguire http://flic.kr/p/nuiv1m
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angrywocunited:

whitepeoplestealingculture:

3lm19:

today, monday the 29th of september, another incident in sydney - discriminatory attacks resulting from the terrorism raids that took place two weeks ago.

This happened today at Silverwater Park. Muslim hijabi mother physically attacked in front of her 2 children and her hijab ripped off. She was unconscious and the male perpetrators yelled at her “You F##### Muslims” and the proceeded to rip her hijab off. Two other men and a female bystander came to defend her but were attacked & punched by the perpetrators. Whilst the police covered the sister’s hair when they arrived because her hijab was torn off, they didnt arrest the perpetrators because witnesses at the scene stated that when they questioned the police why they were not arrested, their response was, “we are still investigating” This is despite witnesses informing them of what they saw. May Allah swt give her shifa, and her family patience, steadfastness, & justice. Thank you Team Australia


So in this case, can this finally be considered terrorism.. you know, attacking innocent people because they are/”look” Muslim? Or can it only be called that when it’s against white people? And what are the chances of the police actually arresting them? Probably none. Because in countries like Australia (or the US, Canada, etc,) white lives are the only ones that matter and the rest of us are dehumanized.

My heart goes out to this woman, her children, and all of Muslims in Australia (and the world). May Allah be with you through this difficult moment. 

angrywocunited:

whitepeoplestealingculture:

3lm19:

today, monday the 29th of september, another incident in sydney - discriminatory attacks resulting from the terrorism raids that took place two weeks ago.

This happened today at Silverwater Park. Muslim hijabi mother physically attacked in front of her 2 children and her hijab ripped off. She was unconscious and the male perpetrators yelled at her “You F##### Muslims” and the proceeded to rip her hijab off. Two other men and a female bystander came to defend her but were attacked & punched by the perpetrators. Whilst the police covered the sister’s hair when they arrived because her hijab was torn off, they didnt arrest the perpetrators because witnesses at the scene stated that when they questioned the police why they were not arrested, their response was, “we are still investigating” This is despite witnesses informing them of what they saw. May Allah swt give her shifa, and her family patience, steadfastness, & justice. Thank you Team Australia

So in this case, can this finally be considered terrorism.. you know, attacking innocent people because they are/”look” Muslim? Or can it only be called that when it’s against white people? And what are the chances of the police actually arresting them? Probably none. Because in countries like Australia (or the US, Canada, etc,) white lives are the only ones that matter and the rest of us are dehumanized.

My heart goes out to this woman, her children, and all of Muslims in Australia (and the world). May Allah be with you through this difficult moment. 

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(Source: donrodrigues)

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(Source: artforadults)

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relutei:

relutei.
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23silence:

Frederic Leighton - Elijah in the Wilderness (detail), 1877-1878

23silence:

Frederic Leighton - Elijah in the Wilderness (detail), 1877-1878

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projectunbreakable:

We are still booking for our fall tour! Here are a few photos from our past travels — we are so grateful for everyone we have met and worked with on our way. If you are interested in having Project Unbreakable to your college, send us an email at booking@project-unbreakable for more info!

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chickennuggetwastaken:

Selfie Saturday, why you try to drown me edition.

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historicaltimes:

A Sandinista militiawoman smiles as she nurses her infant in Matagalpa, Nicaragua during the Contra War, 1984

historicaltimes:

A Sandinista militiawoman smiles as she nurses her infant in Matagalpa, Nicaragua during the Contra War, 1984

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