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The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

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The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

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cuntcheetah:

I really liked Adam from this ANTM cycle so I googled him and image 

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A series of photographs taken by ‘Bruce Davidson’ entitled ‘Brooklyn Gang’ He followed a group of teenaged who claimed the streets of Brooklyn NY as their turf.

“I found myself involved with a group of unpredictable youths who were mostly indifferent to me. In time, they allowed me to witness their fear, depression, and anger. I soon realized that I, too, was feeling some of their pain. In staying close to them, I uncovered my own feelings of failure, frustration, and rage.”

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I didn’t get much sun today

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whitegenocide:

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whitegenocide:

Mike Brown — young teenager that did typical teenage things, still had time to “get his act together”: “kid was obviously a menace and deserved to die”

Joan Rivers — as old as home air conditioning, made fame & living by saying nasty shit about strangers: “she will be missed. don’t drag her name through the mud that’s insensitive”

It’s Joan Rivers’s corpse vs Mike Brown’s corpse hour

You’ll see it here only on Tumblr

What point are you trying to make here my friend

Friend, I understand how unfair the media is. I understand that Mike Brown must be kept fresh and all incoming media events must be kept in perspective of shit that goes unspoken of. I just don’t understand demonizing grief over Joan Rivers’s passing. Her death does not have the symbolic weight of Mike Brown’s, but neither is she the Boston bomber. I don’t understand why Tumblr has to pick apart bones like this. 

I’m not demonizing anyone’s grief. I literally don’t care if anyone is compelled to feel sad about her passing, that’s their business, and they’re entirely welcome to do it.

What I’m upset about is how, suddenly, its taboo to attack her character and the character of other white dead celebs who had a history of doing and saying terrible things in their professional and private lives, but when it comes to a black boy that was extrajudicially murdered, people may attack his character with wanton disregard of the racial implications of his death, and the deaths of others whose lives have ended under similar circumstances.

The point of the post is to expose the hypocrisy of people that are void of sympathy when a “nobody” dies but develop emotions when someone who, by all accounts did nothing but say rude things for money and attention kicks de goddamn bucket because she was a pop culture icon

I agree

Hypocrites are stupid

Mike Brown deserved better

I could never understand

I am in solidarity

I’ve heard more nasty than nice things said about Joan Rivers from my ‘peer’ group (tumblr libs)

Mike Brown deserved MUCH better

Everyone deserves decency

I’m not demonizing anyone’s grief. I literally don’t care if anyone is compelled to feel sad about her passing…. The point of the post is to expose the hypocrisy of people that are void of sympathy when a “nobody” dies but develop emotions when someone who, by all accounts did nothing but say rude things for money and attention kicks de goddamn bucket because she was a pop culture icon”

^What… do you think demonizing means. Insulting a dead person by talking about how rude she was a few days after her death attacks the people who liked her. But yeah, I mean, I guess it’s kinda silly to defend sensitivity when we’re talking about Joan fuckin Rivers

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renaissacne:

whitegenocide:

Mike Brown — young teenager that did typical teenage things, still had time to “get his act together”: “kid was obviously a menace and deserved to die”

Joan Rivers — as old as home air conditioning, made fame & living by saying nasty shit about strangers: “she will be missed. don’t drag her name through the mud that’s insensitive”

It’s Joan Rivers’s corpse vs Mike Brown’s corpse hour

You’ll see it here only on Tumblr

What point are you trying to make here my friend

Friend, I understand how unfair the media is. I understand that Mike Brown must be kept fresh and all incoming media events must be kept in perspective of shit that goes unspoken of. I just don’t understand demonizing grief over Joan Rivers’s passing. Her death does not have the symbolic weight of Mike Brown’s, but neither is she the Boston bomber. I don’t understand why Tumblr has to pick apart bones like this. 

I don’t think there are any situations that don’t deserve sensitivity. Think about our collective outrage over Westboro Baptist protesting military funerals. It can’t compare, because shitting on Joan Rivers’s death this way is done behind the moral filter of a glowing screen.

I am 100% supportive of outrage over Mike Brown’s death, I in no way mean to diminish it.

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khaipie:

What is it about The Capital in The Hunger Games that is so wrong?

Is it the killing of innocent children?

Is it the oppression of the districts?

Is it the media censorship?

Is it the attacks on peaceful protesters? 

Is it the denial of basic human rights?

Does any of this sound familiar?

If it’s clear in fiction why is it so hard to see that what’s happening in Ferguson is so wrong?

This.

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Jenny Holzer, Living Series

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Jenny Holzer, Living Series

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Mike Brown — young teenager that did typical teenage things, still had time to “get his act together”: “kid was obviously a menace and deserved to die”

Joan Rivers — as old as home air conditioning, made fame & living by saying nasty shit about strangers: “she will be missed. don’t drag her name through the mud that’s insensitive”

It’s Joan Rivers’s corpse vs Mike Brown’s corpse hour

You’ll see it here only on Tumblr

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