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Repost from cave313 - "Although cave313 focus is #SavingBoys, it was seeing a woman sacrificially care for the youth in our neighborhood that inspired it. My mother. June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, and I wanted to raise awareness by sharing with you all the words of affirmation she left with me before she transitioned to heaven. I pray everyone who see this video will be encouraged to always sacrificially take care of their aging parents, especially those with illnesses. And as a result, may the Most High bless you all with words of affirmation from your parents. Shalom" Good programs can't replace a simple affirmation from your parents. #EndALZ #TeachTrainTransform #SavingBoys alzassociation #blacklegacy #blackwomenmatter #blackwomen #blackchildren #blackfathersmatter #blackcommunity #blackfamilies #blackfamilylove #blackfamiliesmatter #blackfather #blacksons #blackfathers #blackelder #blackfathers #blackdads

1 0 Jun 29, 2017

DIGNITY AND SELF-RESPECT!! If these two things are only important to you when you believe Whites are taking it from you, you never had them in the first place. #2chainz #blackcommunity #blackmothers #blackman #blackmen #blackfathers #blackfather #blackfathersmatter #blackchildren #blackwomen #blackwomen #blackwomenmatter #blacklegacy

4 0 Jun 29, 2017

The 1969 Stonewall Riots were the jump off for the gay rights movement. Queer people were sick of being raided and degraded in their "safe spaces" (homosexuality and gender bending/cross dressing was illegal. These places were routinely targeted by police and people were strip searched and thrown in jail, beaten and killed). The uprising entailed dozens of queer people fighting back against the officers who were infringing upon their humanity. It was a bloody fight that lasted until the early morning). A year later was the first Pride Parade in Greenwich. Who set it all off?? A black trans woman threw the first brick followed by other queer PoC and everyone else. Sadly to this day, black trans women are still the most at-risk group in the country. As a queer black woman I can't be more grateful for the risks taken by these individuals. The life expectancy for trans women of color is around 40. This is due to being murdered by police and regular citizens, homelessness, exposure to drugs etc. When we move beyond these stats for trans women of color and look at all the struggles facing the LGBTQ+ communities, there is SO much work to be done. For example, in 28 states it's still legal to fire or refuse to hire someone or deny housing, based solely on gender identity and/or sexual orientation. That is more than HALF the country. We see a lot of attention given to the struggles of cisgendered heterosexual black people and white LGBTQ individuals but we hardly speak about those at the intersections of all these problems. Visibility, representation, education and communication are KEY. Swipe left. #thestrugglecontinues #stonewall #stonewallriots #lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqpride #pride #gaypride #blackpride #blacklivesmatter #ALLblacklivesmatter #translivesmatter #blacktranslivesmatter #blackwomenmatter #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #gayrights #transrights #civilrights #noh8 #nohate #gayhistory #blackhistory #lgbtqhistory #knowyourhistory

25 0 Jun 29, 2017

Facts #negus

22 2 Jun 29, 2017

Just a Lil slayage

16 3 Jun 29, 2017
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