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African-American Girls & Women Killed By Police: Speak Their Names. See Their Faces. Know Their Stories.
There is this false myth going around that Black women are not victims of police violence. I believe the myth exists because quite frankly the media, social justice organizations and we the public tend not to focus on it. It is a self-fulfilling prophecy. I hope this post will make all of us change our minds. Here are the stories of some of the Black women and girls killed by law enforcement:
Pleasant Grove crash claims life of second person | AL.com (Heather Parker)
Family grieves after loved one killed in crash with APD (Jacqueline Culp)
Pedestrian Killed on I-95 in Florida (Laporsha Watson)
After Cleveland shooting, cities restrict police chases(Malissa Williams)
Elderly Woman Shot & Killed By Hearne Police Officer (Pearlie Golden)
Former Pa. trooper pleads guilty in fatal accident (Robin T. Williams)
Friends: Woman killed by police was nonviolent | Las Vegas (Sharmel Edwards)
The NYPD’s Poor Judgment With the Mentally Ill | Village Voice (Shereese Francis)
Harrisburg woman identified as victim in police SUV crash (Shulena S. Weldon)
$2.5M settlement in shooting of Lima woman by police officer (Tarika Wilson)
Texas Police Admit Officer Shot & Killed Unarmed Woman (Yvette Smith)
"(insert female here) was just a normal girl until a dark, mysterious, handsome boy entered her life"
[slamS BOOK SHUT, THROWS IT ACROSS THE ROOM, BURNS IT]
Remember when Nickelodeon had attempted suicide?
Remember when Nickelodeon had actual suicide?
Remmeber when they had Mpreg
remember when they had a gay couple
Nickelodeon:Pushing the boundaries since 1977
they put squidward in hell
remember when nickelodeon had spongebob watching porn
Spongebob seems to be the culprit in much of this…
Remember when Spongebob had an anal rape joke?
Remember Rocko’s Modern Life?
Just. Rocko’s Modern Life. In it’s entirety.
lets not forget this
That last one holy crap
probably not that
most of the lights are out in my kitchen so there’s a spotlight on my fridge
50-year anniversary of the 9/15/1963 murder of four African-American girls in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.
Their names are Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robinson, Addie Mae Collins and Denise McNair.
my feminist goal is not to convince men that girls are of value, my feminist goal is to achieve a future where the judgement of our value isn’t in the hands of men.
and this goes for, especially goes for, trans girls, girls of colour, disabled girls and LGBTQA+ girls.
girls, all girls, and if you believe otherwise don’t reblog this.