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fnhfal:

Cuban revolution 

fnhfal:

Cuban revolution 

descentintotyranny:

Zapatistas condemn Israel’s “war of extermination” against Palestinians
Aug. 6 2014
The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) this weekend condemned Israel’s “war of extermination” against the Palestinian people in Gaza.
At the First Exchange of Indigenous Peoples in Mexico with the Zapatista Peoples meeting in Chiapas, Comandante Tacho expressed solidarity between indigenous liberation movements in Mexico and Palestine, saying of the Palestinian people, the Zapatistas “embrace them today as we have before, as we always do.”
Tacho gave the statement on behalf of the Indigenous Clandestine Revolutionary Committee - General Command of the EZLN. The introductory statement included a rededication of Zapatista solidarity with Palestinians.
Comandante Tacho’s words were couched in a broader statement about indigenous liberation that, even when not referring to Palestine directly, are pertinent and insightful. The message follows a message of solidarity in the late spring from a group of Palestinian activists condemning Mexican government-backed attacks in Chiapas.
Below is an excerpt of Comandante Tacho’s message, but I recommend reading the full message in Spanish or English.
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descentintotyranny:

Zapatistas condemn Israel’s “war of extermination” against Palestinians

Aug. 6 2014

The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) this weekend condemned Israel’s “war of extermination” against the Palestinian people in Gaza.

At the First Exchange of Indigenous Peoples in Mexico with the Zapatista Peoples meeting in Chiapas, Comandante Tacho expressed solidarity between indigenous liberation movements in Mexico and Palestine, saying of the Palestinian people, the Zapatistas “embrace them today as we have before, as we always do.”

Tacho gave the statement on behalf of the Indigenous Clandestine Revolutionary Committee - General Command of the EZLN. The introductory statement included a rededication of Zapatista solidarity with Palestinians.

Comandante Tacho’s words were couched in a broader statement about indigenous liberation that, even when not referring to Palestine directly, are pertinent and insightful. The message follows a message of solidarity in the late spring from a group of Palestinian activists condemning Mexican government-backed attacks in Chiapas.

Below is an excerpt of Comandante Tacho’s message, but I recommend reading the full message in Spanish or English.

Read More

nazoranai:

bad lighting, rad shirt

THE BABELIEST BABE EVER <3

nazoranai:

bad lighting, rad shirt

THE BABELIEST BABE EVER <3

kchikurdi:

pkk volunteers helping the kurdish yezidis cross the turkish border to refugee camps there.

designbydiaspora:

thesunatmidnight2:

 At the end, thirty feet or so from the counter that closed the entrance, a grinning Negro face bobbed and grimaced through a hole in the back curtain painted to represent a jungle river. The Negro’s head came right out of the spread terrific jaws of a crocodile. “Hit the nigger in the head, get a good ten cent seegar,” the barker said. “Three balls for a dime, folks. Try your skill and accuracy. Hit the nigger baby on the head get a handsome cane and pennant.
http://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/question/oct12/index.htm

Sickening!

designbydiaspora:

thesunatmidnight2:

 At the end, thirty feet or so from the counter that closed the entrance, a grinning Negro face bobbed and grimaced through a hole in the back curtain painted to represent a jungle river. The Negro’s head came right out of the spread terrific jaws of a crocodile. “Hit the nigger in the head, get a good ten cent seegar,” the barker said. “Three balls for a dime, folks. Try your skill and accuracy. Hit the nigger baby on the head get a handsome cane and pennant.

http://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/question/oct12/index.htm

Sickening!

derek-the-anarchist:

blackymiles:

ocarinaoftime:

makemeasammichyo:

shocked to see how much people donated to Darren Wilson. It’s crazy

This is nothing short of deplorable. The fact that he even got one cent.

i ask again why are they raising money in wilson’s favor for
what does he need money for
it’s thank you money
thank you for killing another black guy
fuck white ppl

FWP

derek-the-anarchist:

blackymiles:

ocarinaoftime:

makemeasammichyo:

shocked to see how much people donated to Darren Wilson. It’s crazy

This is nothing short of deplorable.
The fact that he even got one cent.

i ask again why are they raising money in wilson’s favor for

what does he need money for

it’s thank you money

thank you for killing another black guy

fuck white ppl

FWP

lustrousladies:

Adipositivity Project

“You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time.”

— Angela Davis - from a lecture delivered at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. February 13th, 2014. (via ninjaruski)

“The cultures of people of color are either packaged for consumption or called upon to fill cultural and spiritual voids of Eurocentrism.”

Michael Vavrus

That shit blew my mind and made understanding cultural appropriation way clearer for me. 

(via thisisnotjapan)

qasaweh:

donavonsmallwood:

can anyone tell me what this is about? [abastract dolmaenthusiast qasaweh sikoot]

"Black thugs in Cairo: Most of the crimes against activists and reporters are from South Sudan" - Sisi and his media outlets are trying to vilify people from Sudan for crimes “against journalists”, when in fact Sisi’s regime is known for its violent crimes against free journalism and against anti-regime activists. Anti-blackness is global - governments (and state media) continue to criminalize black peoples, so that their juntas are able to conceal their own crimes and atrocities. 
To summarize, the article is criminalizing refugees (which Egyptian media is known for). The first line of the article says that African refugees are criminal gangs who bring violence to Ain Sham, Nasr City, and to all the residents. The bitch author said that these “criminal refugees” need to be dealt with seriously in order to “preserve the reputation of Egypt’s international place, adversely affect tourism, and the country’s national income”. They admitted that most of these “thugs” are in their teens, then they characterized how these “thugs” look like: distinctive lengthwise clothing and gold and silver chains around their necks… Unbelievable.
Fucking ridiculous and nauseating.
Full shitty, racist article here. 

qasaweh:

donavonsmallwood:

can anyone tell me what this is about? [abastract dolmaenthusiast qasaweh sikoot]

"Black thugs in Cairo: Most of the crimes against activists and reporters are from South Sudan" - Sisi and his media outlets are trying to vilify people from Sudan for crimes “against journalists”, when in fact Sisi’s regime is known for its violent crimes against free journalism and against anti-regime activists. Anti-blackness is global - governments (and state media) continue to criminalize black peoples, so that their juntas are able to conceal their own crimes and atrocities. 

To summarize, the article is criminalizing refugees (which Egyptian media is known for). The first line of the article says that African refugees are criminal gangs who bring violence to Ain Sham, Nasr City, and to all the residents. The bitch author said that these “criminal refugees” need to be dealt with seriously in order to “preserve the reputation of Egypt’s international place, adversely affect tourism, and the country’s national income”. They admitted that most of these “thugs” are in their teens, then they characterized how these “thugs” look like: distinctive lengthwise clothing and gold and silver chains around their necks… Unbelievable.

Fucking ridiculous and nauseating.

Full shitty, racist article here