rights activist

This is a real card in a real store!!! Oh my god!!!

Thank you Ladyfingers Letterpress for creating such a beautiful card!
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Malcolm X with his daughter Qubilah Shabazz in Harlem on February 20, 1965.  

He was assassinated the next day at the Audubon Ballroom in front of his wife and children.

(Photos by Duilio Pallottelli)

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Malcolm X with his wife, Betty Shabazz, and their children during a meeting at the headquarters of his Organization of Afro-American Unity at Hotel Theresa in Harlem on February 20, 1965.

Malcolm is holding his daughter Qubilah. He was assassinated the next day at the Audubon Ballroom in front of his wife and children.

(Photos by Duilio Pallottelli)

can we just for a moment talk about lou sullivan? a trans gay man, born 1951, passed away 1991, a pioneer and activist, who lived most of his life to help trans people, who fought for our rights, who openly spoke about being hiv positive, who openly and freely spoke about being attracted to men, loving men, when no one did, who we have to thank for championing trans gay rights so trans gay people are able to transition true to both their sexual and gender identity? who managed to have cis medical professionals recognize the validity of trans gay people? cause, damn, i think it’s about fucking time he gets the recognition and praise he deserves