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tsunamiwavesurfing:

kanye tried to stop taylor swift ahead of time but yall called him out of order now look

the hero you deserve but not the one you need

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ayeshanura:

"People play dress up and play war games in the streets with civilians. ‘What are the police doing there?’, is my question. You’re not protecting the people…and you’re not protecting property, so why are you there?

Then a larger question I would also ask of the American people…is it ok to break the law or not? Because the cops are breaking the law left and right. It’s state law…state regulation to wear a badge and have a badge number and have a name tag visible. We have a right to freedom of the press. We have a right to assemble. They’ve blocked out air space so that the press cannot view what’s going on. They’re violating people’s rights, left and right. They’re firing tear gas and other projectiles into people’s homes…at people on their private property. So…is it ok to use violence to get what you want…or not? Because, a cop blew the head off of Michael Brown, shot a teenager 6 times…but Michael Brown’s the savage because he pushed a guy in a convenience store?

Like, you don’t own us anymore. You see? Either we all have the same inalienable rights…or we don’t. Back in the day we could have separate rights…but we’re not…that noise is dead now.”

Jesse Williams

 

bbcnewsus:

Around the World with the BBC: Mexican mine’s toxic spillage closes schools in Sonora

The authorities said 88 schools were not able to open this week for fear pupils could come into contact with water contaminated with acids.

The spillage from the mine turned a tributary to the Sonora river orange.

Environmental authorities have filed a criminal complaint against the copper mine blamed for the accident.

"Google has removed a total of 12 BBC News stories from some search results since controversial EU “right to be forgotten” laws came into force in May. The stories range from coverage of a court case on bomb-making in Northern Ireland 13 years ago to a dispute over a lost dog. Google notified the BBC of each of the removals, but it did not disclose who had made the removal requests. The stories will no longer appear in the results of certain search terms. Only searches made in Europe are affected under the law."

mothernaturenetwork:

America’s tire mountains: 90 percent are gone, thanks to recycling programs
Once we had 2 billion tires scattered around the U.S. landscape, but now 90 percent of the piles are gone. Ground rubber from tires is becoming roadways, playground equipment and auto floor mats.

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