Finally finished! Which one is your favorite?
totalitarian dystopian future lit is like “what if the government got so powerful that all the bad stuff that’s already happening ALSO HAPPENED TO WHITE PEOPLE?”
That’s truly the sexiest thing I’ve ever seen!
May she *NYOOM* to the top and the finish line.
"Zodico has 12 evolutions; it evolves depending on the month+day and must be leveled up to lvl.40 while holding (item)."
I finally finished them all ^o^ Thank you everyone for being interested and for your support!
if youre having a bad day just watch this
i bet they’re best friends now
This campaign is to raise funds for necessary materials for a Cree language classroom in Montreal such as an interactive whiteboard, a printer and tables.
In the first day of the Cree Classroom campaign, awesome folks have contributed almost $1000! Even if the contributions stopped here, we’d at least have enough for tables, chairs, and printing equipment. Which is beautiful and wonderful and hoorah!
Oh wow a fifth of the way funded!! This is good news!
This needs to get spread a good bit more.
[Image: Three photos. The first shows Laverne Cox, a beautiful Black trans woman with long light colored hair seated, head tilted, across from CeCe McDonald, a beautiful Black trans woman seen from behind, as they speak. The second photo is a shot of a row of prison cells. The third is a picture of CeCe McDonald speaking with the back of Laverne Cox shown.]
FREE CECE, the new documentary with Laverne Cox, explores the roles race, class and gender played in CeCe McDonald’s case. McDonald’s claim of self defense was rejected by Hennepin County prosecutors. The documentary explores the implications of CeCe’s story as a survivor, housing trans women in male prisons, and the practice of keeping trans women in solitary confinement.
Please take a moment to visit the site and contribute a tax deductible donation so this important work can continue.
If you can’t donate, then signal boost if you can. This deserves all the attention it can get!
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Walmart can easily afford to raise pay for its low-wage workers by $5.83 an hour, to an average wage of $14.89, a new report from progressive think tank Demos concludes.
Pearl remembering her father Ganondorf, the previous pearl.