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Please read this, and if you’re non native, it is okay to reblog this, in fact I ask - no, beg - you to.

If you want to be an ally to indigenous peoples of the Americas, don’t be just reblogging stuff anti Col*mb*s, and especially don’t be just ignoring today.

Be reblogging stuff of native greatness. Be talking about us. Talking about our accomplishments, our ability to survive over 500 years of people against us. Talk about Charles Curtis, the first Native American (his mother was fully native of the Kaw, Osage, and Potawatomi tribes) vice president (to Herbert Hoover, served 1929-1933). Talk about the Native American Literature Renaissance throughout the 20th century. Talk about our water protectors out in the Dakotas.Talk about Nancy Reagan, a direct descendant of Matoaka (or as you probably know her, Pocahontas), and while her blood wasn’t much, she often volunteered and helped native communities, she was more native in her spirit than some full natives. Talk about the fact we have built our own media networks, both in movies and tv shows. Talk about how we fought in World War I, despite not even being American citizens (we wouldn’t gain citizenship until 1924). Talk about how the Navajo helped the Allies win World War II, with using their language as codes. Talk about all the great things we’ve done to make this country to how it is today.

And during this, don’t forget the modern issues. Kidnapping of native children and putting them legally through the adoption system (and usually ending up with white adopted parents) is today higher than during the residential school years. The United States to this date refuses to acknowledge or apologize for the schools. Many of our reservations are in water crises (including the Navajo’s who’s have been going on since 1942). Talk about the missing and murdered indigenous women that Canada refuses to acknowledge or help. Talk about that native women are the most likely than any other race to end up becoming sex slaves, and to end up facing rape and domestic abuse, usually by non native men too. Talk about that natives make up less than 1% of the United States and Canada, yet make up 1.9% of police brutality cases, making our rate higher than that of any other race.

Talk about resistances against these. Talk about the Oka Crisis. Talk about those water protectors I mentioned above. Talk about Idle No More.

Don’t forget that the alternate title to this day, and the title we are fighting for, is Indigenous Peoples Day.

Pay attention to us. Talk about us.

«Ci penso io a te.»
«Due giorni e mi mandi a quel paese.»
«Una vita e sarò sempre al tuo fianco.»
—  Parlando col moroso - SeleneS.
Where’s Magnus?“ he said. As he looked toward the kitchen, Clary saw a bruise on his jaw, below his ear, about the size of a thumbprint.
"Alec!” Magnus came skidding into the living room and blew a kiss to his boyfriend across the room. Having discarded his slippers, he was barefoot now. His cat’s eyes shone as he looked at Alec.

Cassandra Clare, “City of Lost Souls.”

So cute! :)

“Colonel, I’m like a son to you, aren’t I?“

"The Lebanese lad I never had”


there was once a farmer of harrogate, who desired very greatly to grow broad beans bigger than any in yorkshire. to this end, he enlisted the assistance of col tom blue, who helped him grow beans as large as a man’s foot. col tom blue had enchanted the beans as a means to capture the souls of the little children. the little children were then carried off to the castles of the five.

This is something I worked on for way longer than I should have XD

Guren and the gang in Col. Mustang’s scene in the second FMAB opening. It was one of my favorite anime openings ever and I’ve wanted to draw a version of it since forever. It’s choppy and colored funny I’m sorry!

Man, the size restrictions on animated gifs are awful. See the full-size, high quality version here:


1. Whitley and Dwayne’s son would be played by Tyler James Williams
2. Kimberley and Spencer’s son would be played by Leon Thomas III
3. Charmaine’s son would be played by Algee Smith
4. Jaleesa and Col. Taylor’s son would be played by Jordan Francis
5. Lena’s son would be played Noah Gray-Cabey
6. Freddie and Ron’s sons would be played by Chris O'Neal and Ethan Scheid

Rules- Tag nine people you want to get to know better
I was tagged by @alice1nwond3rland and @sincerelygeertje 😊
Relationship status? In a relationship (high school me would never have believed it)
Lipstick or chapstick? I guess chapstick…what an odd question
Last song I listened to? “Shot Me Down” by Skylar Grey
Last movie I watched? I saw Logan again last night 😊
Top three characters? Like, ever? just 3? Fine. Severus Snape, Rick Grimes (the walking dead), and Spock
Top three ships? Again, just 3? My life has been consumed by the Turnadette and I ain’t even mad, Col. Brandon/Marianne from S&S, annnnnnd Snape/Lily from HP

And tags? Hmm, I’m going to tagggggg @marialujan22 @beatrix-franklin @flyingnonny @kshay10 @lovetheturners @veryappropriatechoice @capaldisthebest @ladylibra66 @celerylegs


Cohen Visits VMI

March 10, 2017 – Eliot Cohen, professor of Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and author of “The Big Stick: the Limits of Soft Power and the Necessity of Military Force,” discusses his book and his time serving as Counselor of the Department of State in Gillis Theater last night. Cohen also visited Lt. Col. Spencer Bakich’s American Grand Strategy class this morning.– VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.

anonymous asked:

Hi, Hatano. Just're really often just speak up what's on your mind and I like that about you, but it surely has get you sometimes in trouble too, when you went overboard, or not? I mean, Lt. Col. Yuuki's stare at you for you remark of the affilitation between cat and witches, as an exampel. Miyoshi wasn't very pleased with you remark to him either. Hope they have let it slide. :'D

It’s just amusing to see my trivial remarks affect them so much. They can’t do anything about it because what I say is true

But I’ve never gone overboard because they can never acknowledge that in the first place