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Masterlist

This masterlist contains imagines of the following:

* 13 Reasons Why

Alex Standall
Clay Jensen
Hannah Baker 
Jeff Atkins
Justin Foley
Montgomery de la Cuz
Tony Padilla
Zach Dempsey

* Arrow

Oliver Queen

* Celebrities

Grant Gustin

* Glee

Finn Hudson
Sebastian Smythe

* The Flash

Barry Allen
Cisco Ramon


** I am currently writing 13 Reasons Why imagines using this prompt list

*** Make sure to check out my fandoms list and remember that I don’t write smut before requesting an imagine.

**** Requests are unfortunately CLOSED.

***** Read at your own risk and have fun.



* 13 Reasons Why

Alex Standall

Originally posted by standallaleks

* Boyfriend Material (Head canon)

* Fix You

* Blood And Kisses

* Flawless

* If I Die Young

* Milkshake

* My Life

* Limits


Clay Jensen

Originally posted by elenasgilbert

* I’m Here

* Safe Haven

* Project?

* Things That Mattered

* Falling Star

* Rescue You

* Tolerance

* Grenade

* Knock Knock

* Rainy Afternoon

* All About Us

* Make Me Cry


Hannah Baker

Originally posted by abelsxkidrauhl

* Save Her

* Compliments And Complements


Jeff Atkins

Originally posted by gabbiesworld

* Sharing Is Caring (Part 1)

* Busted (Part 2)

* First Date

* Beautiful Girl

* Quite A Vexer

* Stop


Justin Foley

Originally posted by gabbiesworld

* Falling Deeper

* Brave

* Video Games

* Flatterer

* Crying Shoulder

* Thief


Montgomery de la Cruz

Originally posted by rvierdale

* Frenemies

* Proud

* Truth And Dare

* Doubts

* Avenger


Tony Padilla

Originally posted by onedirection-damnthoseboys

* Dream Boyfriend (Head canon)


Zach Dempsey

Originally posted by despairingfever

* Love Letters

* Night Changes

* Leave Me Breathless 

* Home

* You

* Family Dinner

* Knock You Down 



* Arrow

Oliver Queen

Originally posted by olivergifs

* Where Were You?

* Let It Go

* Surprise

* Blood Is Thicker

* Battle Scars

* Reunited

* Irascible



* Celebrities

Grant Gustin

Originally posted by dc-comicsdaily

* Nevertheless (Part 1)

* Malapropos Questions (Part 2)

* Period Emergency Kit



* Glee

Finn Hudson

Originally posted by paradise-broken

* A Lovely Night


Sebastian Smythe

Originally posted by colfernygma

* I’ll Stand By You

* Over Again

* Slushied

* Tricked

* Fooled

* Ohio



* The Flash

Barry Allen

Originally posted by henycavil

* Million Reasons

* Soon To Be Parents

* Not-So-Secret Admirer (Part 1)

* Secret No More (Part 2)

* Little Things

* Hangover

* Oops

* Stress Reliever

* Please Don’t Go

* Life Is Worth Living

* Cheater

* Disappointment

* Shut Up

* One Last Time


Cisco Ramon

Originally posted by dailycisco

* Requited Love


Anybody want to ask me questions or ask for imagines?

Hey I would love to answer some questions if you guys want to ask me anything my ask box is always open

Or any imagines from this group of guys.

*Jeff atkins\brandon larracuente
*jack Maynard
*conor maynard
*Maynard brothers
*Josh pieters
*Caspar Lee
*Joe sugg
*buttercream squad
*Dolan twins
*Grayson Dolan
*ethan Dolan
*channing Tatum
*zach Dempsey
*zac efron

And many more so send me something Beautiful Queens and sexy kings😄😄😄😄😚😛

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Fall Out Boy talk “American Beauty/American Psycho” at Soundwave (Part Two)

the AU review

Published on Mar 2, 2015

This is Part Two! Part One is here: http://youtu.be/NEejvwKPGAc

Interview: Larry Heath
Editors: Larry and Oliver Heath
Camera: Nathan Atkins and Oliver Heath
Producer: Michael Lean

Filmed on March 1st, 2015 backstage at Soundwave Festival in Sydney

5

Poor People’s Campaign, 1968.

Coretta Scott King with campaign organizers, Jack Rottier.

Demonstrators on the National Mall. Oliver F. Atkins 

Lafayette Park March, Warren Leffler.

The National Welfare Rights Organisation marching to end hunger, Jack Rottier.

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By December of 1967, about forty percent of African-American and around fifteen percent of all Americans were living significantly below the poverty line. Most folks know that in response Martin Luther King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) began organising a newnational campaign against poverty. The Poor People’s Campaign marked one of the biggest shifts in the Civil Rights movement, towards broad-scale economic justice.

After King’s assassination on April 4th, 1968, the SCLC and Coretta Scott King kept the movement going with the help of an incredibly diverse coalition of groups and individuals, from the National Welfare Rights Organisation, through United Auto Workers and the NYC chapter of the ‘Up Against The Wall [Motherfuckers]’ anarchists. By June, thousands of demonstrators thronged the National Mall demanding federal action on economic discrimination,

SCLC along with the National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO), demanded an ‘economic bill of rights’, which envisioned a thirty billion investment in employment programs, the provision of affordable housing and a guaranteed basic income. 

It didn’t work for a multitude of reasons: RFK was assassinated, the media played a shifty game, and egos and strategies inevitably conflicted, but the broad-scale drive to end poverty in America deserves a little more of our common memory space.