Unfriendly reminder that in America it’s reasonable to say an unarmed black kid deserved to be shot six times because he might have robbed a convenience store, but a white kid shouldn’t be kicked off the high school football team just because he violently raped a girl.
by Mia McKenzie A Black person is murdered by cops, security guards or self-appointed vigilantes every 28 hours in the U.S. The killing of an unarmed Black teenager named Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO, which has resulted in protests in that town and harsh police push-back and brutality against even more of its citizens, and which, via social media, has gotten the attention of people around the world, probably isn’t even the latest occurrence, at just three days old. Talking to people on Twitter about Mike Brown and what’s happening in Ferguson right now, I’ve noticed (again) how easily…
1. Respect their need for privacy and to spend time on their own.
2. Be careful never to embarrass them in public.
3. When they are in a new situation, allow them to stand back, and watch what’s going on.
4. Allow them time to process what you’re asking or saying. Don’t demand an answer right…
Right in line w/ our podcast conversation this week:
Fearless Feminine Presence #NMOS14
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Moon is now in Aquarius where she’ll stay for the full moon tomorrow.
The catch cry for Aquarius is ‘expect the unexpected’…so remember the words coined by John Lennon, ‘life’s what happens while you’re busy making other plans.’
Uranus, the ruling planet of Aquarius can strike us suddenly like…
Shake, woman, shake! @- Woman Sisterhood