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Gaza August 19,2014.

"Extended cease-fire ends. Airstrikes resume. More than 30 Palestinians injured and 2  killed in Gaza."

Israel’s Operation Protective Edge

  • 2,019 Palestinians killed [80% civilians] , including 542 children and 251 women from Israeli bombardment
  • 64 Israeli Soldiers killed in combat and 3 civilians
  • 10,223 Palestinians wounded, including 3,486 children and 1,970 women
  •  UNRWA has exhausted its capacity to absorb displaced persons, and overcrowding in shelters risks the outbreak of epidemics.
  • 122 Palestinian families have lost 3 or more members of their family.
  • UNICEF estimates about 373,000 Palestinian children have had some kind of direct traumatic experience and require immediate psycho-social support.
  • 1.5 million people in Gaza have limited or no access to water supplies. 26 health facilities have been damaged.
  • More than 485,000 internally displaced are in need of emergency food assistance.
  • Shelling and bombing have damaged 142 schools — 89 of them run by the United Nations — , and multiple Israeli strikes on Gaza’s only power plant and other infrastructure have left it beyond repair.The cost of reconstruction will run to “hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars,” - Pernille Ironside, the head of the Unicef office in Gaza

Gaza Livesteam

Gaza Updates

Gaza Emergency Appeal

(Source: merosezah, via seriouslyamerica)

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brownfatfemme:

kararikue:

altersociety:

kateceratops:

People are giving Wilson money to thank him for killing an unarmed black teenager. Please report this to GoFundMe, as it violates their Terms of Service and they get 5% of the tens of thousands of dollars being donated. Click to report.
This is my message, in case you want to copy and paste:
Your Terms of Service prohibit “items that promote… hate, racial intolerance, or the financial exploitation of a crime.” Take a look at the comments that come with the donations on this page and tell me that doesn’t violate your terms. “Support Officer Wilson” is a thin veil for people rewarding Wilson for killing a black kid.

Reporting this fuck out of this racist shit.

Done. It takes like a minute. Fuck this white asshole and his racists supporters. He shouldn’t profit 200k from killing a black child.

Please boost and report. It really takes only minutes to do. 

brownfatfemme:

kararikue:

altersociety:

kateceratops:

People are giving Wilson money to thank him for killing an unarmed black teenager. Please report this to GoFundMe, as it violates their Terms of Service and they get 5% of the tens of thousands of dollars being donated. Click to report.

This is my message, in case you want to copy and paste:

Your Terms of Service prohibit “items that promote… hate, racial intolerance, or the financial exploitation of a crime.” Take a look at the comments that come with the donations on this page and tell me that doesn’t violate your terms. “Support Officer Wilson” is a thin veil for people rewarding Wilson for killing a black kid.

Reporting this fuck out of this racist shit.

Done. It takes like a minute. Fuck this white asshole and his racists supporters. He shouldn’t profit 200k from killing a black child.

Please boost and report. It really takes only minutes to do. 

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nitanahkohe:

Tillie Black Bear was an amazing and beautiful woman, who worked tirelessly to bring justice to Native women. Though her spirit is moving on, I know her legacy will continue to inspire generations of Native woman leaders. As a young woman just joining the movement to end violence against Native women, I feel blessed and honored to have such a woman to look up to. Prayers for her relatives and all who are grieving the passing of one the world’s truly bright lights—he’konetānȯhtse (be strong).
from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

Our beloved sister Tillie Black Bear passed over Saturday evening, July 19th, 2014. The NIWRC will forever hold Tillie in our hearts and honor her dedication to the safety of Native women and sovereignty for Indian nations. Tillie was known as the Grandmother of the Battered Women’s Movement for her leadership spanning almost four decades.
In 1978, as a young woman Tillie began her national movement building by testifying at the first US Commission on Civil Rights hearings on wife beating. The same year Tillie went on to lead in building organizations that continue to serve as houses of the movement – the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence. At the same time, Tillie organized on the Rosebud Indian Reservation serving as a founding mother to the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society and establishing the first Native women’s shelter in the United States.
For the next three decades Tillie’s leadership continued to indigenize federal legislation - VAWA, FVPSA and much more. In 1995, after passage of VAWA, Tillie met with DOJ to plant the seed that VAWA include Indian tribes. In 2000, Tillie helped shape the new VAWA tribal coalition program. In 2003, Tillie led a Wiping of the Tears Ceremony at the Senate building to launch the struggle for the VAWA ‘05 Safety for Indian Women Act. In 2011, as part of the NCAI Task Force, Tillie met with United Nation’s SR Manjoo as a pathway to the VAWA 2013 victory. This same year, Tillie provided leadership as one of the founders of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.
Tillie’s understanding of social change, organizing and movement building to make connections beyond the shelter doors to end violence against women are her living legacy. For these gifts we say thank you, and honor Tillie by continuing to take on our responsibilities to continue her organizing and movement buliding. And to her daughters Connie and Melissa and the entire family, we thank you for sharing your beloved mother, sister, Unci for all these many years.
Tillie was a true strong heart. And although our hearts ache, we encourage all who knew and loved Tillie to be strong hearted in the days and months and years to come. We are forever thankful for her love, guidance, leadership, vision, and friendship.
Journey well, our dear Tillie Black Bear.

nitanahkohe:

Tillie Black Bear was an amazing and beautiful woman, who worked tirelessly to bring justice to Native women. Though her spirit is moving on, I know her legacy will continue to inspire generations of Native woman leaders. As a young woman just joining the movement to end violence against Native women, I feel blessed and honored to have such a woman to look up to. Prayers for her relatives and all who are grieving the passing of one the world’s truly bright lights—he’konetānȯhtse (be strong).

from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

Our beloved sister Tillie Black Bear passed over Saturday evening, July 19th, 2014. The NIWRC will forever hold Tillie in our hearts and honor her dedication to the safety of Native women and sovereignty for Indian nations. Tillie was known as the Grandmother of the Battered Women’s Movement for her leadership spanning almost four decades.

In 1978, as a young woman Tillie began her national movement building by testifying at the first US Commission on Civil Rights hearings on wife beating. The same year Tillie went on to lead in building organizations that continue to serve as houses of the movement – the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence. At the same time, Tillie organized on the Rosebud Indian Reservation serving as a founding mother to the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society and establishing the first Native women’s shelter in the United States.

For the next three decades Tillie’s leadership continued to indigenize federal legislation - VAWA, FVPSA and much more. In 1995, after passage of VAWA, Tillie met with DOJ to plant the seed that VAWA include Indian tribes. In 2000, Tillie helped shape the new VAWA tribal coalition program. In 2003, Tillie led a Wiping of the Tears Ceremony at the Senate building to launch the struggle for the VAWA ‘05 Safety for Indian Women Act. In 2011, as part of the NCAI Task Force, Tillie met with United Nation’s SR Manjoo as a pathway to the VAWA 2013 victory. This same year, Tillie provided leadership as one of the founders of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.

Tillie’s understanding of social change, organizing and movement building to make connections beyond the shelter doors to end violence against women are her living legacy. For these gifts we say thank you, and honor Tillie by continuing to take on our responsibilities to continue her organizing and movement buliding. And to her daughters Connie and Melissa and the entire family, we thank you for sharing your beloved mother, sister, Unci for all these many years.

Tillie was a true strong heart. And although our hearts ache, we encourage all who knew and loved Tillie to be strong hearted in the days and months and years to come. We are forever thankful for her love, guidance, leadership, vision, and friendship.

Journey well, our dear Tillie Black Bear.

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dragonheartedrabbit:

"Waste of good ammo. It’s my privilege to buy you a replacement box."

"All self-respecting whites have a moral responsibility to support our growing number of martyrs to the failed experiment called diversity."

"I thank all Police, you are the ‘Thin Blue Line’ protecting normal Americans from aggressive and entitled primitive savages. America is surely at the tipping point."

Just a few quotes (in case it’s hard to read) from that collection of donation messages for Darren Wilson.

Does anyone else want to say it’s not about race?

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Anonymous asked: One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?

stripperina:

Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.

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