gpunica replied to your post: gpunica replied to your photo: A place a little…
i think im right..lol but ya its feels vry nazdeek n familiar
i believe you!!
gpunica replied to your photo: A place a little whiles away from a place called…
woah i kno this place
I’d say socal has more than a few places where you can get a picture like this tho. But if you can tell where this is just from this much that’s super cool haha
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Finally on the bus, time to do some reading!!
A place a little whiles away from a place called home.
The bus is late yet again. My feet hurt. Tomorrow’s gonna be even busier.
“If you’re an adivasi [tribal Indian] living in a forest village and 800 CRP [Central Reserve Police] come and surround your village and start burning it, what are you supposed to do? Are you supposed to go on hunger strike? Can the hungry go on a hunger strike? Non-violence is a piece of theatre. You need an audience. What can you do when you have no audience? People have the right to resist annihilation.” - Arundhati Roy
Bus was late so I took pictures of myself while waiting. The fact that M. texted me way early that they were using my call in like hours before I was supposed to call leads me to believe someone called out of work this morning. So I am djkalafdjal bc come on this is memorial day weekend no one wants to be working but if you were scheduled just come in unless you have an emergency.
In the United States, we have already felt the insidious and socially damaging effects of prison expansion. The dominant social expectation is that young black, Latino, Native American, and Southeast Asian men - and increasingly women as well - will move naturally from the free world into prison, where, it is assumed, they belong. Despite the important gains of antiracist social movements over the last half century, racism hides from view within institutional structures, and its most reliable refuge is the prison system.
Angela Y. Davis, “The Prison Industrial Complex” in Are Prisons Obsolete?, pp. 102-3
adsfsadfasldfjasdlk tired but finally done (not really, but you know whatever I emailed what I had) like omfg worst communication ever this is not working ok. ~vague post about things that are bothering me~