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culture-of-choice:

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

Abortion statistics and facts! All information, charts and bar graphs are sourced above! A few sources accidentally left out: [x] [x] - Paige

Unbelievably important.

Use this to combat pro-life “statistics” (aka, statistics pulled out of a random donkey’s hiney).

burymyart:

High resolution poster of Juanita, wife of Diné Chief Manuelito, taken by Charles Milton Bell in the late 1800s. As with all our posters, feel liberated to print out and wheatpaste at will!
R.I.S.E.:RadicalIndigenousSurvivance &Empowerment https://www.facebook.com/RISEIndigenous#DECOLONZEFEMINISM #FEMINISM #NOWAVE #NOWAVEFEMINISM #NATIVEWOMEN #AMERICANINDIAN #NDN #NATIVEEMPOWERMENT#RADICAL #INDIGENOUS #SURVIVANCE #EMPOWERMENT #DEMIANDINEYAZHI #RESISTANCE#RISE #RISEindigenous #WARRIOR #RESPECT #PUNKROCK_________________________________________________.

burymyart:

High resolution poster of Juanita, wife of Diné Chief Manuelito, taken by Charles Milton Bell in the late 1800s. As with all our posters, feel liberated to print out and wheatpaste at will!


R.I.S.E.:
Radical
Indigenous
Survivance &
Empowerment


https://www.facebook.com/RISEIndigenous

#DECOLONZEFEMINISM #FEMINISM #NOWAVE #NOWAVEFEMINISM #NATIVEWOMEN #AMERICANINDIAN #NDN #NATIVEEMPOWERMENT#RADICAL #INDIGENOUS #SURVIVANCE #EMPOWERMENT #DEMIANDINEYAZHI #RESISTANCE#RISE #RISEindigenous #WARRIOR #RESPECT #PUNKROCK
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policymic:

"There will be no cup"

To demonstrate opposition to the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup, protests, strikes and direct actions have been sweeping Brazil in massive numbers. Occupying a space next to Arena Corinthians in São Paolo, where the first match will be held, over 10,000 people are protesting in the name of Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement (MTST). Around the rest of Brazil, such as in Rio de Janeiro, countless others are organizing smaller protests against the government. 

Their slogan is #NãoVaiTerCopa, or “There will be no Cup.” MTST coordinator Maria das Dores Cirqueira explains “When the government told us we would host the World Cup, we hoped there would be improvements for us. But they aren’t putting on a Cup for the people, they’re putting on a Cup for the gringos.”

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i-am-lady-larkin:

This speaks to me

i-am-lady-larkin:

This speaks to me

melaniecervantes:

A simple and straight foward sign for May Day. #printmaking #printparty #screenprinting #tallercocina #not1more #2million2many

melaniecervantes:

A simple and straight foward sign for May Day. #printmaking #printparty #screenprinting #tallercocina #not1more #2million2many

gordazine:

karapassey:

I couldn’t think of a comic to write today, so I taught myself how to make a .gif instead.

Kara Passey

gordazine:

karapassey:

I couldn’t think of a comic to write today, so I taught myself how to make a .gif instead.

Kara Passey

Tell us about it :P 

Tell us about it :P 

salmonrojo:

Cultura Austin
Friday October 4, 2013, Doors Open 8:00 PM
Mexitas Mexican Food Restaurant, 1107 N. IH 35, Austin, TX
Grammy Award winners Joel Guzman and Sarah Fox will be performing at a fundraiser for
Red Salmon Arts Save Our Youth Program (SOY)
Red Salmon Arts sponsors literary projects like Save Our Youth (SOY), one of the first in Austin to work with youth correctional facilities. By emphasizing cultural knowledge and pride, SOY seeks to empower “hard to reach” young people and redirects their negative activities into positive and reactive outlets through participation in workshops focusing on culture, arts, and literacy.
Come and support this inspiring project. Tickets are $10 pre-sale and $12 at the door call (512) 971-8307 or (512) 416-8886
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salmonrojo:

Cultura Austin

Friday October 4, 2013, Doors Open 8:00 PM

Mexitas Mexican Food Restaurant, 1107 N. IH 35, Austin, TX

Grammy Award winners Joel Guzman and Sarah Fox will be performing at a fundraiser for

Red Salmon Arts Save Our Youth Program (SOY)

Red Salmon Arts sponsors literary projects like Save Our Youth (SOY), one of the first in Austin to work with youth correctional facilities. By emphasizing cultural knowledge and pride, SOY seeks to empower “hard to reach” young people and redirects their negative activities into positive and reactive outlets through participation in workshops focusing on culture, arts, and literacy.

Come and support this inspiring project. Tickets are $10 pre-sale and $12 at the door call (512) 971-8307 or (512) 416-8886

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