Our country needs strong leaders who are capable of unifying us across party lines. And I think we can ALL agree that each and every one of our lives would be better without Ted Cruz in it!
Whether or not you live anywhere near Texas, if you have some unspoken-for funds you wanna dedicate to making the world a better place, ya might consider sending a few to Beto O’Rourke. Let’s #makebetohappen!
From the article: BRAVO! We support Beto 100%! #bluewave
From the article: Many people avoid eye contact and drive by. But when Jason drives up, they know the next few hours will be full of dignity and kindness.
This Saturday, September 15!
From the article: Step into the studios of 3 local zine makers who will be showcasing their work at Long Beach Zine Fest this Saturday.
I #calledthat back in 2014.
From the article: “beyonce as feminist” is gonna be the subject of soooo many thesis papers.
Activist capitalism is ugly.
From the article: Imperfect Produce sells a market solution disguised as activism, undermining social justice initiatives like those implemented by Phat Beets Produce.
we CAN solve our problems. and it’s worth trying!!!
From the article: The Ocean Cleanup project is way ahead of schedule.
yes!!! let’s hear it for neurodiversity!!!
i am thrilled by the idea of neurodiversity awareness. this is personal for me. i’m *still* learning to love my brain for working differently and to value my own way of thinking, speaking, and being.
i am so happy to think that there could soon be a generation of neurodiverse kids who grow up learning how to use their unique brains instead of being written off as “difficult” or pumped with drugs.
THERE IS NO NORMAL. <3
From the article: It’s time that we stop thinking about conditions like ADHD and autism as ‘disabilities’ and recognize them as valuable pieces of humanity’s neurodiversity
From the article: Some of the first park rangers in America, weren’t rangers at all. They were Buffalo Soldiers — African Americans who served in the U.S. Army after the Civil War. They got their famous nickname from Cheyenne warriors, who likened their dark curly hair to that of buffalo hides. From 1899 to 1904, they were among the first people to work in Yosemite, Yellowstone and Sequoia national parks — more than 10 years before the creation of the National Park Service. These dedicated men protected wildlife from poaching, put out wildfires, built trails, roads, buildings and other infrastructure, and forged a proud legacy in our nation’s history. Celebrate them today on Buffalo Soldiers Day!