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hello :)

my name is jasmine balderas and I’ve decided to start up my own studyblr ! I’ve found so much inspiration and motivation from this amazing community that I’ve decided to start contributing as well ! 💖 Over the past six months ive drawn inspiration from studyblrs such as @studywithinspo@tbhstudying@acadehmic@nehrdist@jhonstudies@obsidianstudy​  and many many many more! I hope to post my bullet journal pictures, study session notes and hopefully some graphic design pieces!

here’s a little bit about me:

  • im a seventeen year old mexican american and im a high school senior from new york city!
  • i speak 3 (kinda like 2.5) languages! spanish, english + learning mandarin
  • i currently study ap comparative government + politics, mandarin chinese level 4, economics, journalism, digital media and criminal + constitutional law at NYU!
  • super passionate about law (crim, con, international – all that good stuff), politics (conversation is welcome!), human rights, philosophy + international affairs
  • i love and live with my bullet journal 25/8
  • i LIVE for criminal minds (matthew gray gubler is MINE)
  • & im looking forward to interacting and growing with this wonderful community !
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Anti-Trump protesters rally for Muslim and immigrant rights 

President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall and punishment for cities shielding illegal immigrants while mulling restoring a CIA secret detention program as he launched broad but divisive plans to reshape U.S. immigration and national security policy.

A draft executive order seen by Reuters that Trump is expected to sign in the coming days would block the entry of refugees from war-torn Syria and suspend the entry of any immigrants from Muslim-majority Middle Eastern and African countries Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Yemen while permanent rules are studied.

Less than a week into his presidency, Trump has moved aggressively to put his stamp on a range of policies, including steps to gut the healthcare system devised by his predecessor, and make clear that as president he is not turning toward more moderate positions than he took as a candidate.

His directives on Wednesday signaled a tough action toward the roughly 11 million illegal immigrants already in the United States, most from Latin America, whom he already has threatened to deport. (Reuters)

Here’s a look at protests in response to President Donald Trump’s executive orders.

Photos: (from top) AP Photo/Alex Brandon, REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson,Spencer Platt/Getty Images (2)

See more images of anti-Trump rallies for Muslim and immigrant rights on Yahoo News

On This Day: May 16
  • 1717: Voltaire imprisoned in the Bastille for writing subversive satire.
  • 1792: Denmark becomes first country to outlaw the slave trade.
  • 1838: Grimké Riot in Philadelphia. Abolitionist and feminist Angelina Grimké addressed a crowd at Pennsylvania Hall, in Philadelphia, her last public speech. While she spoke, thousands gathered to protest, and attacked the hall.
  • 1871: Paris Commune: The Vendôme Column, a symbol of militarism, is pulled down.
  • 1887: Maria Lacerda de Moura was born in Manhuaçu, Minas Gerais, Brazil. She was an anarcha-feminist, individualist anarchist, teacher, journalist, and writer.
  • 1898: Start of fourteen-week long Woodworkers Strike in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • 1901: French anarchist Gustave Lefrançais died.
  • 1904: The United States Supreme Court upheld the deportation of British anarchist John Turner for violation of the Anarchist Exclusion Act.
  • 1909: Mexican anarchist Ricardo Flores Magón was imprisoned for 18 months.
  • 1915: New York City’s Modern School moved to Stelton, New Jersey.
  • 1918: US Congress passes Sedition Act to forbid negative speaking of US govt/military. Unionists, anarchists and communists arrested.
  • 1926: Several hours after Sacco and Vanzetti’s death sentence was announced, anarchist Severino Di Giovanni bombed the U.S. embassy in Buenos Aires, destroying the front of the building.
  • 1933: Individualist anarchist John Henry Mackay died of a heart attack.
  • 1934: Minneapolis General Strike begins, following Teamsters’ strike against trucking companies in the city.
  • 1938: US Supreme Court issues Mackay decision allowing employers to “permanently replace” – fire – striking workers.
  • 1943: Warsaw Ghetto resistance finally crushed by Nazis. Over 56,000 died in the fighting.
  • 1944: An uprising by Sinti and Roma in Auschwitz-Birkenau camp led SS to temporarily interrupt the gassing of Sinti and Roma.
  • 1968: In France, workers had occupied roughly fifty factories. Over 200,000 are on strike at this point.
  • 1979: Death of A Philip Randolph in New York City. He was president and founder of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. First black-led union recognised by the AFL
  • 1981: Irish Republican Francis Hughes dies after 59 days on hunger strike, fighting for recognition as political prisoners.
  • 1998: Tens of thousands form human chain with Jubilee 2000 around G7 summit meeting in Birmingham, UK demanding debt relief for Third World.
  • 2003: Iraqi Federation of Trade Unions formed.
  • 2012: Quebec Student Strike: Protesters, many covering their faces with masks, storm into a university and move through hallways in pursuit of classes to disrupt.