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i’m just going to leave this here…

and say that if anybody else was responsible for his murder they would already be locked up facing charges. not in a safe place with PAID administrative leave. 

i didn’t realize that it isn’t murder when you’re a police officer, it’s a few weeks paid vacation and you’re back on the job.

JUSTICE for michael brown, ezell ford, eric garner, tarika wilson, henry glover, amadou diallo, manuel loggins jr, todd blair, oscar grant, ronald madison, sean bell, james brissette, stephon watts, jose guerena, kenneth harding jr, patricia cook, remarley graham, byron carter jr, justin sipp, kenneth chamberlain, johnnie warren, dante price, trayvon martin, chris kissane, kendrec mcdade, rekia boyd, dixon rodriguez, john adams, keith vidal, michael nida, john crawford, darrin manning…

how long does the list have to go on? this isn’t even close to HALF of the people killed by police since 2012 alone.

police kill at least 500 people a year with those numbers rising every year.

law enforcement has killed over 6,500 unarmed/nonviolent people with excessive force or misconduct since 9/11 

you’re 8 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than a terrorist.

this shit’s been going on since before rodney king and it hasn’t gotten any better. what the fuck is going on here?

IF YOU’RE NOT ANGRY, YOU’RE NOT PAYING ATTENTION.

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REALIZE THIS AND WAKE UP.

REST IN PEACE:

Trayvon Martin

Michael Brown

Eric Garner

Kimani Gray

Kendrec Mcdade

Timothy Russell

Ervin Jefferson

Amadou Diallo

Patrick Dorismond

Ousmane Zongo

Timothy Stansbury Jr.

Sean Bell

Orlando Barlow

Aaron Campbell

Victor Steen

Steven Eugene Washington

Alonzo Ashley

Wendell Allen

Ronald Madison

James Brissette

Travares Mcgill

Ramarley Graham

Oscar Grant & MANY MANY MORE !  [-Reblog-with names if you know of and want to list more -] Rest in peace to all of those whose lives have been taken by the police while unarmed…you did NOT deserve to Die…..no matter the justification….there is none ! NO MORE EXCUSES!

Anarchists from New Orleans (a city full of krazy killer kops) in solidarity with the people of Ferguson MO.
RIP Adolph Grimes III, Justin Sipp, Wendell Allen, Ronald Madison, James Brissette, Shotgun Joe Williams, Henry Glover, Guong & Ha Vu, Jenard Thomas, and way, way too many others…

Never thought I’d have to post something like this, but…

PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS.

The girl on the left is a sophomore in my Spanish class, and her and her boyfriend have been missing since January 2nd.

It’s entirely possible that they ran away together, but no one knows why. Their safety is extremely important to their family, friends, and peers, so please pass this around and keep them in your thoughts.

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The Lost Children
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So this one’s for all the lost children…

RIP Mike Brown.

RIP Trayvon Martin.

RIP Justin Sipp.

RIP Bo Morrison.

RIP Kendrec McDade.

RIP Ervin Jefferson.

RIP Kimani Gray.

RIP Victor Steen.

RIP James Brissette.

RIP Travares McGill.

RIP Timothy Stansbury Jr. 

RIP to all those lost far too soon. 

My heart is sad that there are this many and so many more..

We’re wishing you well.

iM JUST GOING TO LEAVE THIS HERE.

Kimani Gray, 16 – Brooklyn, NY
Kendric McDade, 19 – Pasadena, California
Timothy Russell, 43 – Cleveland, OH
Erivin Jefferson, 18 – Atlanta, Georgia
Amadou Diallo, 23 – Bronx, NY
Patrick Dorismond, 26 – Manhattan, NY
Ousmane Zongo, 54 – Bronx, NY
Timothy Stansbury Jr., 19 – Brooklyn, NY
Sean Bell, 23 – Queens, NY
Orlando Barlow, 28 – Las Vegas, NV
Aaron Campbell, 25 – Portland, OR
Victor Steen, 17 – Pensacola, Fl
Steven Eugene Washington, 27 – Los Angeles, CA
Alonzo Ashley, 29 – Dever, CO
Wendell Allen, 20 – New Orleans, LA
Ronald Madison, 17 & James Brissette, 40 – New Orleans, LA
Travares McGill, 16 – Sanford, FL
Ramarley Graham, 18 – Bronx, NY
Oscar Grant, 22 – Oakland, CA
Jonathan Ferrell, Charlotte, NC
Michael Brown, Ferguson, MO

Originally peaceful protests in Ferguson have turned ugly, with young African-American men rioting and looting stores, giving the Police all the they needed to be able to say “well, see what’s happening now?” and being incredibly counter-productive to the whole cause. 
It’s sickening to see, and is doing nothing but rewinding all the work that so many have done.

I hate seeing things like this happen. Unarmed Young Black Male Shot By Officer. Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin, Amadou Diallo, Sean Bell, Orlando Barlow, Ramarley Graham, Bo Morrison, Dante Price, Wendell Allen, Kendrec McDade, Ervin Jefferson, Kimani Gray, Patrick Dorismond, Timothy Russell, Timothy Stansbury, Aaron Campbell, Victor Steen, James Brissette, Ronald Madison, Travares McGill.. The list goes on. 

These senseless deaths need to stop. But at the same time, the senseless violence in the aftermath of these events can’t happen either. 
You’re a young black man. Another young black man has just been unjustifiably shot dead. Protests start. What do you do? Do you join in and protest against the violence? Do you join a committee and help the cause? Or do you start looting the stores that support your community, burning shops of hard-working citizens to the ground, flipping cars, attacking police officers? Not only are you going against everything the protests stand for, but you’re giving the police more reason to justify the force they’re using. You’re taking this stereotype that the people around you are trying to prove is false, and you’re brandishing it proudly. That’s what sickens me the most in this situation.

Something Must Be Done

Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Ervin Jefferson, Patrick Dorismond, Timothy Stansbury Jr., Victor Steen, James Brissette, Travares McGill, Sean Bell, Aaron Campbell, Trayvon Martin, and Mike Brown.

These are just a few
Of innocent boys and men
Killed for no reason at all
Than the color of their skin.

I apologize for America,
For we have failed your sons,
Just because their skin color
Didn’t match white ones

There are those living in dreamland,
Shouting “racism is dead”!
Racism is more alive than it has ever been.

Welcome to America - the land of the free,
As long as your skin is white, of course,
Because white privilege sets you free.
Racism didn’t end with slavery,
Nor the end of segregation,
It has existed since the beginning of this nation, and it’s only worsening.

Welcome to America,
This wretched, racist place.
The racial tensions in this country are, to me, a disgrace.

Can you imagine the terror
Of walking down the street,
And praying that you make it home with out being racially profiled,
Killed and beat.

Your sons should be able
To make it home in peace
Your sons should be able
To make it home in one piece.

Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Ervin Jefferson, Patrick Dorismond, Timothy Stansbury Jr., Victor Steen, James Brissette, Travares McGill, Sean Bell, Aaron Campbell, Trayvon Martin, and Mike Brown.

Had these boys and men been white,
They would probably still be alive.
If that doesn’t break your heart,
You must be as cold as ice.

I apologize for America
For failing your sons
Racism is alive and well,
AND SOMETHING MUST BE DONE!
-Lauren Michelle Johnson 8/18/14

Jacoby Brissett’s Game-Winning Touchdown in NC State Opener | ACC Must See Moment Watch it here: http://www.lionsground.com/jacoby-brissetts-game-winning-touchdown-in-nc-state-opener-acc-must-see-moment/

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10 Facts, part 2

I was tagged by dedalvs, who has broken his vow of non-tagging. Let’s see, ten new facts about myself.

Write 10 facts about yourself and pass on to 10 followers.

  1. My living arrangements are dictated to me by this lady. Also my sleeping arrangements and non-work schedule.

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  2. I want to get my hang gliding license so I can do cross country trips.
  3. I taught myself to quilt and embroider to escape the stress of university life.
  4. I’ve visited Petra three times, and still not seen enough of it.
  5. I had to google Tiffany Brissette to see who she is.
  6. Second favorite book is Small Gods, by Terry Pratchett. I recommend his entire Discworld series.
  7. I still enjoy writing letters to people.
  8. Most of my Tumblr activity (the non-reblogging stuff) is related to a particular tv show. A show I will…probably not be watching any longer.
  9. I’m trying to design a paper pieced quilt for Warehouse 13.
  10. Ever since achieving a reasonable level of fluency in Hebrew, my brain has struggled to remember which homonyms are appropriate for the context. I once wrote a short note to a friend, and every homonym that could’ve been wrong, was. It’s embarrassing. 
Danziger Bridge shootings

The Danziger Bridge shootings were police shootings that took place on September 4, 2005, at the Danziger Bridge inNew Orleans, Louisiana. Six days after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, members of the city’s police department killed two people: 17-year-old James Brissette and 40-year-old Ronald Madison. Four other people were wounded. All victims were unarmed. Madison, a mentally disabled man, was shot in the back. New Orleans police fabricated a cover-upstory for their crime, falsely reporting that seven police officers responded to a police dispatch reporting an officer down, and that at least four people were firing weapons at the officers upon their arrival.[2]

N.C. State edges Georgia Southern 24-23

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Dedicated to Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Timothy Stansbury Jr., Sean Bell, Oscar Grant, Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Timothy Russell, Malissa Williams, Jordan Davis, Renisha McBride, John Crawford III, Ezell Ford, Ervin Jefferson, Amadou Diallo, Patrick Dorsimond, Ousmane Zongo, Aaron Campbell, Orlando Barlow, Victor Steen, Steve Eugene Washington, Alonzo Ashley, Wendell Allen, James Brissette, Travares McGill, Ronald Madison, Ramarley Graham.

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CFF Spot Starters: Week 1

Welcome to the first edition of our Spot Straters article. Each week Shawn and I will list our favorite spot start plays of the week, then we’ll check back the next week and see how each of us did.

Jerome McDonald’s week 1 spot start plays

QB Justin Thomas Georgia Tech VS Wofford
QB Sam Richardson Iowa State VS North Dakota State
RB Darius Tice USF VS Western Carolina
RB Devin Chafin Baylor VS SMU
RB Russell Hansbrough Mizzou VS South Dakota State
WR Bryce Bobo Colorado VS Colorado State
WR Andre Davis USF VS Western Carolina
WR James Quick Louisville VS Miami
TE OJ Howard Alabama VS Virginia Tech

Shawn Simmons’ week 1 spot start plays

QB Jacoby Brissett NC State VS Georgia Southern
QB Terrel Hunt Syracuse VS Villanova
RB Royce Freeman Oregon VS South Dakota
RB Brandon Hayes Memphis VS Austin Peay
RB Matt Jones UF VS Idaho
WR Eli Rodgers Louisville VS Miami
WR Nelson Spruce Colorado VS Colorado State
WR DeAngelo Yancy Purdue VS Western Michigan
TE Dan Vitale Northwestern VS Cal

Who is evangelicalism’s neighbor? Is Michael Brown? How about Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Amadou Diallo, Ousmane Zongo, Timothy Stansbury, Jr., Sean Bell, Orlando Barlow, Aaron Campbell, Ronald Madison and James Brissette, or Oscar Grant? Or let’s just take the unarmed persons shot and killed in the month of August: Eric Garner, John Crawford, Ezell Ford and Dante Parker. Has evangelicalism recognized these men as neighbors? Does it recognize that their being made in the image of God requires the protection of their lives and the expression of our neighborly love? An evangelicalism that does not know its neighbor is a dead evangelicalism, an unjustified evangelicalism.
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