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I'd love to watch a movie or short on that topic!
[bookmark=]Imagine A League Of Their Own sequel that starts with the scene of the black woman throwing the ball back from the stands and you stay with her and it becomes a biopic on the 3 black women that played in the Negro Leagues (Toni Stone, Mami "Peanut" Johnson & Connie Morgan).

I'd watch the heck out of that!


[bookmark=]Yesterday Aurora, Colorado was holding a violin vigil for Elijah McClain, who was known for playing his violin, especially to animals.

Then the police decided they’d seen enough.


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Okay, this is fucked up.

Would be pretty much the same here but we are not an example.
I'm waiting to hear the facts behind this, but on the face of it, this is simply unacceptable and morally repugnant. And yet so many people are just blah about these atrocities. Something tells me we're going to see a new world order in the not too distant future. The authoritarian element in society is going to be taken down, one way or another.


I was told growing up the Nazis burned books. That was bad. They never told me most of the books were Jewish Communism works and trans research. My parents didn't know that. Pretty sure their tune would have been changed had they known that.


People who freak out about statues being removed would be totally cool with heretical book burning, where you get real knowledge about history.


[bookmark=]Putin paid a bounty to kill American soldiers. @realDonaldTrump knew about it but did nothing. How can Trump lead America when he can't even defend it?



People who freak out about statues being removed would be totally cool with heretical book burning, where you get real knowledge about history.


[bookmark=]Hong Kong, with 7.5 mil­lion res­i­dents, is one of the most densely pop­u­lated places on earth, but recorded only six deaths from Covid-19 de­spite hav­ing no lock­down....The mask com­pliance rate dur­ing morn­ing rush hour is 97%. [/bookmark]

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Just bought this book thanks to this tweet...
[bookmark=]Returning to this thread on a morning when President Trump retweeted one of his followers yelling "White Power," I'm reminded of this moving passage from @BenjaminHett's book "The Death of Democracy."

This is something I get here in Poland, from many otherwise reasonable people including my own father: "Oh but this is a completely different thing, Kaczyński is a patriot and he is only trying to remove foreign influence and no way he could destroy democracy and institute totalitarian regime" (while he is destroying democracy and instituting a totalitarian regime).
Same here.

It always goes the same way.
This is exactly the thing Rev. Niemöller wrote about:
First they came for the Communists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Communist

Then they came for the Socialists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist

Then they came for the trade unionists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a trade unionist

Then they came for the Jews
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew

Then they came for me
And there was no one left
To speak out for me

People do not believe terrible things are happening - as long as those things do not happen to them. And then, it is too late.







[bookmark=]To the people on the attached list:




[bookmark=]At the top of this video a man says “White Power.” So, at least we know the Trump campaign finally found a new slogan.[/bookmark]


[bookmark=]There’s a distinctive way that right wingers broach issues of race that is captured well in this scene from The Plot Against America. The point is not to get “the other” to vote for you. It’s to give permission to “decent” white people to vote for leaders they know are indecent.



Need a good laugh as we paddle along in this sea of feces?

You're welcome.


Sensors detect rise in # particles on Baltic Sea, global body says

One of its stations scanning the air for radionuclides - telltale # particles that can be carried long distances by the wind - detected unusually high levels of three radionuclides earlier this week: caesium-134, caesium-137 and ruthenium-103.
... covering the tips of Denmark and Norway as well as southern Sweden, much of Finland, Baltic countries and part of western Russia including St Petersburg.

# would never try to cover up a nuclear incident, would it?

# # # #


The only reason protests in the US "stopped" is because cops stopped tear-gassing white people.
All the underlying issues of institutionalized racism, militarization (physical and psychological) of police, a white supremacist movement openly trying to "ignite the race war," and a political right increasingly adopting fascism as procedure, are still there. Only the tear gas changed.
Let that sink in.
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Took em long enough
Among working-class men and women, female voters are more critical of Trump’s handling of the pandemic, men are more eager to reopen the economy. A poll in May found that 71% of white men without a college degree approved of Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, compared with 51% of women without a degree.

Asked whether it was more important to control the virus or open the economy, 57% of white noncollege women gave priority to controlling the virus even if it hurts the economy, while 59% of working-class men said restarting the economy was more important, even if it hurt efforts to control the virus.



[bookmark=]This day in history: (1987) Whitney Houston became the first woman in US history to enter the album chart at #1 with ‘Whitney’.

She is the only artist ever to chart seven consecutive #1 songs on Billboard’s top 100 chart.



Lessons I learned and am still learning about self-hosting a fediverse instance on the cheapest cloud server option. Includes me learning about the concept 'burstable'. (


[bookmark=]"Talvez seria melhor perguntar ”O que é o Invisíveis?”. Porém, o mais importante é saber para que serve. Para que serve aos trabalhadores"?

Texto excelente sobre uma experiência de luta e organização de pessoas comuns que vai mudar muita coisa. [/bookmark]


Os relatos, as pequenas dores, as resistências no dia a dia são importantes para serem elaboradas e colocadas para outros trabalhadores verem e pensarem novas formas de resistências, seja nas derrotas ou vitórias.