This is a non-commercial attempt to highlight the fact that world leaders, irresponsible corporates and mindless ‘consumers’ are combining to destroy life on earth. It is dedicated to all who died fighting for the planet and those whose lives are on the line today. The cut was put together by Vivek Chauhan, a young film maker, together with naturalists working with the Sanctuary Asia network (www.sanctuaryasia.com).
as much as I can be social in almost any situation, and I genuinely thrive off human interaction.. I like to be quiet a lot these days. I enjoy being around people, but I don’t always feel like talking. my two best friends will be having a conversation that I am a part of but am not really contributing to.. but in my head I am discussing to myself haha.
is that weird?
if you get me typing or writing though.. I can go on for ever. I think I just prefer listening to discussing.
People upset about Beyoncé's Super Bowl show are organizing a protest at NFL headquarters
In the wake of Beyoncé’s halftime performance at Super Bowl 50, anti-Beyoncé protestors are planning on demonstrating outside of the NFL headquarters on Tuesday, February 16.
The unnamed organizer created a page on EventBrite with the following description: “Join us as we demonstrate on the block of the NFL Headquarters building. Are you offended as an American that Beyoncé pulled her race-baiting stunt at the Superbowl? Do you agree that it was a slap in the face to law enforcement? Do you agree that the Black Panthers was/is a hate group which should not be glorified? Come and let’s stand together. Let’s tell the NFL we don’t want hate speech & racism at the Superbowl ever again!”
The organizer also included the hashtags #BoycottBeyonce, #BlueLivesMatter, and #AllLivesMatter.
This protest comes after social-media calls for a boycott and criticism from conservative pundits, including Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Pete King, regarding Beyoncé’s performance of her new single, “Formation,” during the halftime show.
The singer’s dancers wore black berets during the performance in homage to the Black Panthers, a black nationalist organization formed in 1966.