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odinsblog: odinsblog: jazminsthoughts: A short lesson from @karnythia. I feel like even if this wasn’t a majority white country, white supremacy would still definitely function in a way that preserves itself. Bringing this back because redlining isn’t just some old-time practice from the past. Redlining is still going on today. In 2018. Banks are currently turning away qualified black homebuyers from affluent white neighborhoods. Banks are still denying home loans to black people with excellent credit when we try to buy in mostly white neighborhoods. Video: https://youtu.be/AqaCsJXUehQ It’s organized, institutional racism. Banks will give huge home loans to poorly qualified white people to gentrify historically black neighborhoods, but not the other way around. : Mikki Kendall @Karnythia I always forget that people think majority white areas in the US happened organically. Or that the majority white population is an accident 7/2/17, 7:14 PM 187 Retweets 354 Likes 10 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h Replying to @Karnythia Quick & dirty history lesson, without restrictive housing covenants & sundown towns & lynching & race barriers to immigration? Well... Mikki Kendall@Karnythia 1h The US as a whole would look a lot like Chicago. POC populations would be higher, the country would be majority POC 40 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h Throw in the attempted genocide of Indigenous nations & the stealing of their lands & you start to get an idea of how the US got this way. 2 1 36 Mikki Kendall@Karnythia 1h Now, this is why I get so annoyed at the myth that the US was ever a "white" country. It wasn't. Stolen lands, stolen people on those lands 4 m 47 113 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h Thousands of racist attempts to make it a white country later, all that shit did was delav the inevitable Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h Thousands of racist attempts to make it a white country later, all that shit did was delay the inevitable Rome wasn't all white either n31 O 82 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h In fact one of the ways that imperialism & colonization ends up playing out is that eventually the "Other" outnumbers the colonizer. 10 34 V 77 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h And hey, if you built your economy on taking resources from the people you marginalized while building a myth of opportunity? We want in 2 28 O 76 Mikki Kendall @Karnythia 1h Sooner or later? This is what marginalized people have to say Welcome to this stage! odinsblog: odinsblog: jazminsthoughts: A short lesson from @karnythia. I feel like even if this wasn’t a majority white country, white supremacy would still definitely function in a way that preserves itself. Bringing this back because redlining isn’t just some old-time practice from the past. Redlining is still going on today. In 2018. Banks are currently turning away qualified black homebuyers from affluent white neighborhoods. Banks are still denying home loans to black people with excellent credit when we try to buy in mostly white neighborhoods. Video: https://youtu.be/AqaCsJXUehQ It’s organized, institutional racism. Banks will give huge home loans to poorly qualified white people to gentrify historically black neighborhoods, but not the other way around.
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://thunderhumper.tumblr.com/post/104551462595/javariscrittenton-english-voice-lets-put-a">thunderhumper</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://javariscrittenton.tumblr.com/post/104532478356/english-voice-lets-put-a-crust-around-this-old">javariscrittenton</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>*english voice* Lets put a Crust around this Old Shoe and fucking Eat it</p> </blockquote> <p>ok no but it’s basically true </p> </blockquote> <p>England is often demonized for their aggressive colonization but their true crime against humanity is what they did to food.</p>: Bedfordshire clanger Place of origin United Kingdom Squab pie A squab pie, before pastry added Course Place of origin Region or state Serving temperature Main ingredients Main United Kingdom South West England Hot Lamb, Apples It is generally considered as unpleasant A stargazy pie, ready to serve Stargazy pie (sometimes called starrey gazey pie or other variants) is a Cornish dish made of baked pilchards, along with eggs and potatoes, covered with a pastry crust. Although there are a few variations with different fish being used, the unique feature of stargazy pie is fish heads (and sometimes <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://thunderhumper.tumblr.com/post/104551462595/javariscrittenton-english-voice-lets-put-a">thunderhumper</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://javariscrittenton.tumblr.com/post/104532478356/english-voice-lets-put-a-crust-around-this-old">javariscrittenton</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>*english voice* Lets put a Crust around this Old Shoe and fucking Eat it</p> </blockquote> <p>ok no but it’s basically true </p> </blockquote> <p>England is often demonized for their aggressive colonization but their true crime against humanity is what they did to food.</p>
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DID YOU KNOW CORNROWS WERE USED AS MAPS FOR ESCAPED FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICANS. San Basilio de Palenque is a village in Northern Colombia about 50 miles East of Cartagena with a population of around 3,500 people. San Basilio de Palenque is one of several walled cities that were started by escaped slaves in the 17th century. The city was set up as a refuge for escaped slaves by escaped slave Benkos Bioho, it is also the only city that has survived and is still inhabited today. The people who live here now are mainly Afro-Colombians which are direct descendants of African slaves brought by the Spanish during the Colonization of the Americas. Benkos Bioho was born in Africa and claimed to have been a king there. Captured in Africa by the Portuguese and sold several times until being sold to a Spaniard in Cartagena. Benkos Bioho tried to escape several times before he finally succeeded. After his escape he formed a town with others that freed themselves. There they developed their own language called Palenquero. The language is influenced by the Kikongo language of Congo and Angola and also by Portuguese. He also formed an army and an intelligence network to help organize the escape of other slaves and to guide them to the liberated areas. One of the things he did was have the women shape maps in their cornrows. They were also used as symbols to deliver messages. Bioho also had the women collect seeds and put them in their hair as decoration. Later the seeds would be passed on to the village so they could start to grow their own crops. He was later called King Benkos grew his army of Maroons (African refugees who escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements). His army of Maroons started raiding Spanish plantations, farms, and ranches. King Benkos also had spies that alerted him to the movements of his enemies and because of this he was never defeated. Unable to defeat King Benkos and the Maroons the Spanish Governor of Cartengena offered a peace treaty. The peace deal was finalized but a few years later was called off after the Spanish discovered a plot King Benkos was organizing against them. The Spaniards captured Benkos & 👇🏾: Facts that will blow your mind: Braids were used for enslaved women to draw (braid) maps on their heads to escape plantations Qafrokingdom DID YOU KNOW CORNROWS WERE USED AS MAPS FOR ESCAPED FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICANS. San Basilio de Palenque is a village in Northern Colombia about 50 miles East of Cartagena with a population of around 3,500 people. San Basilio de Palenque is one of several walled cities that were started by escaped slaves in the 17th century. The city was set up as a refuge for escaped slaves by escaped slave Benkos Bioho, it is also the only city that has survived and is still inhabited today. The people who live here now are mainly Afro-Colombians which are direct descendants of African slaves brought by the Spanish during the Colonization of the Americas. Benkos Bioho was born in Africa and claimed to have been a king there. Captured in Africa by the Portuguese and sold several times until being sold to a Spaniard in Cartagena. Benkos Bioho tried to escape several times before he finally succeeded. After his escape he formed a town with others that freed themselves. There they developed their own language called Palenquero. The language is influenced by the Kikongo language of Congo and Angola and also by Portuguese. He also formed an army and an intelligence network to help organize the escape of other slaves and to guide them to the liberated areas. One of the things he did was have the women shape maps in their cornrows. They were also used as symbols to deliver messages. Bioho also had the women collect seeds and put them in their hair as decoration. Later the seeds would be passed on to the village so they could start to grow their own crops. He was later called King Benkos grew his army of Maroons (African refugees who escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements). His army of Maroons started raiding Spanish plantations, farms, and ranches. King Benkos also had spies that alerted him to the movements of his enemies and because of this he was never defeated. Unable to defeat King Benkos and the Maroons the Spanish Governor of Cartengena offered a peace treaty. The peace deal was finalized but a few years later was called off after the Spanish discovered a plot King Benkos was organizing against them. The Spaniards captured Benkos & 👇🏾

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[Scroll Left] Chris Wark brings us a powerful story, and he should be an example for everybody who thinks that cancer is untreatable. He was given less than 5 years to live after being diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. - Food is medicine! So why do the cafeterias at hospitals serve GMO sloppy joes to sick patients..?🤔 - Cancer is a BILLION🤑 dollar business. There is no money to be made with healthy people. According to a study that was published in 2003, chemotherapy was successful in just 2.1% of the cases. - In order to repair itself, the body needs to be given essential nutrients. A diet that is rich in vegetables and fruits, smoothies and juices is a very powerful way to encourage the body to heal itself. - A cancer patient I was working with told me his doctor said there was a 5% chance the chemotherapy would work. I would rather spend that money on organic fruit and vegetable juice, a vacation to somewhere warm, and a 60 gram supply of cannabis oil. - "Establishment medicine, with little or no evidence to support their barbaric use of these highly toxic drugs, continues to make fortunes while their patients spend their last days vomiting, debilitated, baldheaded and without dignity." -Dr. Robert Willner MD, PhD: Man with Stage 3 Colon Cancer Refuses Chemotherapy & Treats Himself with Vegan Diet society [Scroll Left] Chris Wark brings us a powerful story, and he should be an example for everybody who thinks that cancer is untreatable. He was given less than 5 years to live after being diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. - Food is medicine! So why do the cafeterias at hospitals serve GMO sloppy joes to sick patients..?🤔 - Cancer is a BILLION🤑 dollar business. There is no money to be made with healthy people. According to a study that was published in 2003, chemotherapy was successful in just 2.1% of the cases. - In order to repair itself, the body needs to be given essential nutrients. A diet that is rich in vegetables and fruits, smoothies and juices is a very powerful way to encourage the body to heal itself. - A cancer patient I was working with told me his doctor said there was a 5% chance the chemotherapy would work. I would rather spend that money on organic fruit and vegetable juice, a vacation to somewhere warm, and a 60 gram supply of cannabis oil. - "Establishment medicine, with little or no evidence to support their barbaric use of these highly toxic drugs, continues to make fortunes while their patients spend their last days vomiting, debilitated, baldheaded and without dignity." -Dr. Robert Willner MD, PhD
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DaveEast's baby mother responds: milliecolon Yes my name is milagrito colon their parents. Dave is painting a picture as if we tatted really big on his arm. It's a shame that our business is being exposed to social media was never together we all live together we was a family for years Kairi lived with us since she its a shame how this is the only way to get a was born. I recently moved out because of quick response when Icouldn't even get in problems in hoping we could've worked out our contact with dave for a conversation am very differences from a distance it backfired & now grateful for all Dave has done for me my son & it's getting really nasty.. Dave you do not have our beautiful baby over the year.. but let's get custody of shared her every few days. this whole shit straight, before Dave had money Once you found out my son was wit his dad u he was broke was working I had my own he felt some way and i have all text messages to lived with me took care of all the bills with no prove it so please lets not do this for social problem, I didn't even expect anything from him media. You and your mother are harboring Kairi but love. it amazes me how you can be very from me and the police said if theirs no harm to forgetful to people who truly loves you and hold the baby they dont have a court order yet to go you down for who you are, not who you just into the house. So dont thank the nj police and become ve never met a man who brags about act like they took ur side u foolish man. U buying his child diapers and food, why do you should never keep a lil girl from her mothere and i will never keep her from her father.. for need credit for responsibility. I was on maternity leave that's the least you can do as a the ppl who support that, may god be with u. I father. I don't believe in holding a child against was raised better DaveEast's baby mother responds
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