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Animals, Beautiful, and Cats: pining-sheith: pining-sheith: This is Milo. Milo is my only sister and was 21 years old. They would have been 22 in April. Milo was an amazing, wonderful, and kind-hearted person who always did their best to be strong and stubborn. They proved that over the last 48 hours. On October 11, 2018, approximately at 7:08 AM EST, Milo was struck by a car while crossing the street at a crosswalk to catch the bus that would take them downtown. Milo was an animation student at CCAD and was catching the bus to get to class. Due to the accident, they sustained 3 fractures to their skull, both of their hips were broken, one of their legs was broken, their face was fractured, and also suffered from a fractured neck and spinal cord injury. Milo was expected to not make it past 3 PM on October 11 but managed to hang on until this morning. Unfortunately, Milo passed away on October 12 and I am getting to why I am here asking for your help. My family did not have life insurance for Milo and my mother has myriad of health problems on top of now dealing with the death of her child. My mother desperately wishes to bury Milo with my grandparents and my uncle but to do this we need money so we may proceed with Milo’s funeral arrangements. I know the asking price is very steep but any donation is better than what we have which is nothing at the current moment. The police are doing a full investigation and we do not know of what kind of insurance the driver had and if they will be able to cover these costs. We do know we need money up front and soon so we may put my sister to rest. If you can only even donate a dollar it is better than the nothing we have right now. If Milo reaches their goal of 7,000 dollars and goes over, I will donate any remainder to the local animal shelter in Milo’s name. We have two beautiful cats Milo loved very deeply and Milo cared so much for animals, I know that is something they would have liked. The past 48 hours have been extremely hard on my family and I am doing all that I can do to help ease my mother’s pain so she does not have to worry about the costs of burying her child. If you can assist in any way, I appreciate you. Thank you. Go Fund Me Page reblogs are appreciated I’m sorry for the double reblog but if you would like to donate via PayPal you can here

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Anaconda, Apparently, and Birthday: Crystal Johnson @Crystal1Johnson Following Seattle Teacher Pepper Sprayed by Cops gives Settlement money to #Blacklivesmatter movement VICE Seattle teacher to use settlement money for student Black Lives Matter cause A Seattle teacher has settled with local police for $100,000, but he doesn't plan on keeping it. Rather, he will give it away as a student activist award called Black Ed... mynorthwest.com fatcrybabie: curlypothead: ghettablasta: Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian was on his way home during Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2015. After he gave his speech he called his mother while crossing the street when the police officer Sandra DeLaFuente pepper sprayed him and the other pedestrians. Luckily, the incident was caught on video. “I was hit in the face with pepper spray — burning my ear, my mouth, and my eyes,” Hagopian said at a press conference with representatives of the King County NAACP. “The pain was excruciating. I spent the entire birthday party pouring milk on my face — frightening my kids, not sure what to tell them.” Hagopian received  $100,000 settlement but is not gonna keep it. “I did reach a settlement with the City of Seattle for $100,000,” he said. “But I want it to be clear that $100,000 is not justice. The office of professional accountability did rule in my favor. It did say that this officer violated policy and should face a suspension — a one-day suspension.” He decided to give the money to Black Lives Matter organization. “I was peacefully raising my voice for justice on Martin Luther King Day last year,” he said. “I gave the final rally speech at the main event that I called out people who pretend to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King and then disparage the Black Lives Matter movement — as if he wouldn’t be in the streets supporting it. As if he hadn’t been arrested over 40 times in the struggle for racial, economic and social justice. Apparently, not all the police officers liked that speech.” Such people give me hope in the better future. #Unite4Justice This deserve more notes.. https://iamaneducator.com/2016/06/15/teacher-uses-settlement-proceeds-to-fund-activists-organizations/ Here’s a link to an article about it. Goes into detail about how the money is being used. It’s extremely nice.

fatcrybabie: curlypothead: ghettablasta: Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian was on his way home during Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2015. After...

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