So people are dying in the Middle East, but the global media do not give a shit about Arabs unless we are involved in any “terrorist” related news. Two days ago a terrorist attack occurred on a busy shopping mall in Baghdad, that ended up killing at least 200 innocent people, followed by terrorist attacks today in Saudi Arabia. I don’t see the Iraqi/Saudi flag all over the social media, I don’t see the “pray for <insert a white country here> “?
If the world doesn’t look at us and see us as the humans we are, then fuck you all
The only problem? The committee doesn’t have any female members present.
Jenny Wright, executive director of the St. John’s Status of Women Council, posted a tweet Tuesday highlighting the irony of the fact that she was about to speak in front of an all-male government panel about income inequality for women.
Pottermore reveals first look at characters in “Cursed Child”
Pottermore revealed the first look at the cast for the upcoming play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is set nineteen years after the last chapter ofDeathly Hallows– not 19 years after the epilogue – and follows Harry, who is working
at the Ministry of Magic, and his youngest son Albus Severus Potter, who
is struggling with his family’s legacy.
Parker will play Harry Potter. Paul Thornley will play Ron Weasley. Noma
Dumezweni will play Hermione Granger – the first canonical
interpretation of a black Hermione.
With these photos came the
official casting announcements for Ginny, Rose and Albus. Ginny Weasley
(now, Ginny Potter) will be played by “The Second Best Exotic Marigold
Hotel” actress Poppy Miller, while “The Musketeers” actor Sam Clemmett
will play Albus Potter. Rose Granger-Weasley will be played by “Danny
and the Human Zoo” actress Cherrelle Skeete.
designed the costumes, with Carole Hancock designing make-up. More
photos are available on Pottermore’s website, with Pottermore scheduled
to reveal two more photos of cast members tomorrow.
and the Cursed Child” is written by Jack Thorne in collaboration with
J.K. Rowling. It will be presented in two parts.