anonymous asked:

Runaway kit? there are no shelters i can go to. please help

Ren says:

Here is a list of things to try to pack. In the US, call (1-800-786-2929) for the National Runaway Switchboard so they can help advise you. You can also let us know around where you live and we can try to figure out your nearest shelter and a way to get you there. We love you. Please stay safe.

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UKRAINE, Kramatorsk : A man walks past an unexploded rocket in in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk, in the Donetsk region, on February 11, 2015. The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany were to hold peace talks on February 11 aimed at halting a 10-month war in Ukraine where dozens were killed in the latest fighting. AFP PHOTO / VOLODYMYR SHUVAYEV                        

“This is the most transparent administration in history,” Obama recently said. The backlog of unanswered Freedom of Information Act records requests at the end of the 2014 numbered more than 200,000 — up 55 percent from the previous year. It’s new record since Bush era.

GREECE, Athens : A man sells balloons at Monastiraki Square in Athens on March 7, 2014. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has requested a meeting with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, a government source said on March 6, after Athens got no help from the European Central Bank to address a cash squeeze. AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINIS                        

This picture was taken on the 11th of March 2015, and shows a woman at the grave of her brother, sobbing as she mourns his death. He is buried at the National Cemetery in Disco Hill, Liberia… A cemetery created for those killed by Ebola.

The truth is, before Ebola came to the United States, no one cared. No one outside of West Africa was concerned, no news companies wrote headlines telling the stories of the thousands of dead in Africa, no one demanded better health services and aid to the effected regions, no politicians stood up yelling for immediate action… but as soon as a few cases popped up here, it was panic time. Everyone was suddenly concerned about catching Ebola even though the possibility of catching Ebola in the United States without having come in direct contact with the patient was ZERO PERCENT, not to mention the fact that Ebola patients in the United States received the best possible healthcare (Shocking for a country without universal healthcare right?). But for weeks, that is all anyone could talk about. We were afraid, we were concerned, we felt like we understood the people of West Africa, we thought we knew what it was like… But that was just our imagination because in all reality, we were in no danger. And as fast as it came, it soon faded from the headlines. It was back to the regularly scheduled overhyping of other situations for CNN and FOX. But Ebola is still going in West Africa. The death toll is still rising. As of March 11th, 10,000 people were dead in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. While the number of new cases has dropped off, there is still a crisis to be handled and we cannot ignore the people of Africa.

Our country and our people have a trend of being self important professional victims, we only care when we can make it about us… But let’s change that starting now. Let’s help West Africa, let’s help Syria, let’s help Iraq, let’s help Mexico, let’s help Palestine, let’s help Nigeria, let’s help the world not because we can benefit, not because we are the victims, not for recognition or praise, but because that is what human beings do. Take interest in the world, learn how you can help. Fight apathy!

UKRAINE, Vuglegirsk : A pro-Russian rebel carries a cat as he walks past a dead Ukrainian soldier on February 7, 2015 in the eastern Ukrainian town of Vuglegirsk in the Donetsk region. Kiev on on February 7 accused pro-Russian Ukrainian separatists of massing forces for fresh offensives, with seven civilians and five soldiers killed in the latest fighting in the east.   AFP PHOTO/ ANDREY BORODULIN                        

“The fanaticism with which all of Greek thought threw itself on rationality shows that there was a crisis: be destroyed or be absurdly rational. Everywhere, instincts were in anarchy; people were five steps away from excess. Socrates understood that the world needed him: his method, his cure, his personal strategy for self-preservation.”

—F. Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, “The Problem of Socrates,” §10 & 9 (edited excerpts).