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  1. Link post

    mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

    I’m mobile so I can’t do a read more so like tw for depression and suicide

    I’ve been thinking about that post from the other day that said “I’m only 21 and i feel like I’m running out of time”. I’ll only be 20 for another 5 months after that I’ll be 21. I’ll be legal to drink so no more sneaking…

    I can’t see this post and not say anything. You are important. I’ve wanted to move out for years. I literally have baby photos where it is obvious my mum was being tortured by the marks left on her hands. The times where your own family make you doubt what has happened, you have the evidence in front of you and the gaslighting fucks you up to the extent of thinking everything is a lie, even the validity of your life. I want to move but my options are so limited the bank even told me if I can get the money together they won’t consider me for a house for three years because I’m just too young. The only thing that I recommend is that you can sometimes only remedy yourself with the goal of making the next 12 or 24 hours enjoyable.

    Enjoying the five minutes extra you get avoiding that toxic someone.

    Pacing yourself and giving yourself any type of reward for making it a little further without wanting to slice your own throat or downing every pill you could find in the house.

    I always feel like that seven year old being lied to, always that eleven year old that wanted to just drop dead. Sometimes depression is a part of you as a person and the only right way to feel good is to take care of yourself and ignore all those that constantly want you to think you are less smart, pretty, talented, wonderful and fucking brilliant you know you are.

    It is easier to live in the bubble of make up, style, class and confidence then to let the world in to hurt you again.

  2. Video post

    atranspaige:

    jawnthebaptiste:

    blackboybe:

    (video)

    Genocide is defined by the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide as “any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; [and] forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.” 

    Let’s not have this be a trend, guys. 

    The constant killings of Black people in this country is not a trend. Discrimination and criminalization of the Black body is not a trend.             The systematic elimination of peoples from Africa both in the US and abroad is not a trend. We’re targets and it’s not a trend.

    We’re dying and it’s not a trend, it’s the standard.

    Fight with us by creating your own #BloodBucketChallenge video. 

    Instructions here

    Spread the word. Refuse silence. Stand. #WeChargeGenocide

    Reblogging to add that the people behind this challenge have specifically asked that no one who isn’t black do this challenge. if you want to support this, they’ve asked that we talk about it, share videos and pictures, tweet, etc., but do
    not do this challenge yourself.
  3. Text post

    thisiswhiteculture:

    white police officers getting paid vacation for killing black children is why white people can’t say “nigga”

    Notes: 244 notes

    Reblogged from: thisiswhiteculture

  4. Text post

    thisiswhiteculture:

    police officers shooting to kill unarmed black men is why white people can’t say “nigga”

    Notes: 85 notes

    Reblogged from: thisiswhiteculture

  5. Link post

    chescaleigh:

    I realize this is my own fault, but I’m tired. I really can’t call out every single person or channel that’s making problematic content on YouTube. It’s exhausting and opens me up to an endless stream of harassment that’s now spilling over into my personal and professional life. This stuff is…

    And shitty content in general can often be too much to take emotionally.

    It is one of the most draining things you can put yourself through by choice.

    Fans of your work can just be grateful for everything you have already weighed in on and take into account it can be a chore to your heart to always talk about such hard hitting stuff.

    It’s not your own fault, I come from a childhood of a lot of abuse and neglect and even just reading the news can by extremely triggering never-mind if I would have to provide some running commentary or critique.

    I hope you get a good rest and know you didn’t bring it on yourself :)

    Notes: 293 notes

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  6. Photo post

    arctogaeal:

PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS!!!!

    arctogaeal:

    PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS!!!!

  7. Photo post

    allthecanadianpolitics:

Winnipeg police concerned about missing teenage sisters

Winnipeg Police say they are concerned for the well being of two missing sisters. Mary-Anne Hudson, 12, and her 14-year-old sister Nakita Hudson were last seen August 26 in Winnipeg’s St. James neighbourhood.
The sisters are known to frequent Winnipeg’s North End and shopping malls in downtown Winnipeg and Polo Park. 
Mary-Anne Hudson is approximately 5’5” tall, 110 pounds, with long brown hair and brown eyes. Nakita Hudson is 5’4” in height, 100 pounds with red hair and brown eyes.
Winnipeg police won’t say if the girls were in foster care or if they are from a particular First Nation. 
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250.

    allthecanadianpolitics:

    Winnipeg police concerned about missing teenage sisters

    Winnipeg Police say they are concerned for the well being of two missing sisters. Mary-Anne Hudson, 12, and her 14-year-old sister Nakita Hudson were last seen August 26 in Winnipeg’s St. James neighbourhood.

    The sisters are known to frequent Winnipeg’s North End and shopping malls in downtown Winnipeg and Polo Park. 

    Mary-Anne Hudson is approximately 5’5” tall, 110 pounds, with long brown hair and brown eyes. Nakita Hudson is 5’4” in height, 100 pounds with red hair and brown eyes.

    Winnipeg police won’t say if the girls were in foster care or if they are from a particular First Nation. 

    Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250.

  8. Link post

    Call for poetry and writing submissions from young people aged from before preschool all the way to age 18

    Photography, writing, poetry, art and anything creative is welcome.

    Check it out here to see how you could become published:  http://www.poetryspace.co.uk/young-writers-space/

  9. Link post

    Call for poetry and writing submissions from young people aged from before preschool all the way to age 18

    Photography, writing, poetry, art and anything creative is welcome.

    Check it out here to see how you could become published:  http://www.poetryspace.co.uk/young-writers-space/

  10. Link post

    Call for poetry and writing submissions from young people aged from before preschool all the way to age 18

    Photography, writing, poetry, art and anything creative is welcome.

    Check it out here to see how you could become published:  http://www.poetryspace.co.uk/young-writers-space/

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