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Ironic, Love, and Some More: library-mermaid A little girl and her mom were looking at me at the coffee shop this morning and I heard her mom say "go on, it's ok!" and the little girl shuffled up to me and said "ex-cuse me please, do you have to put on your tattoos by yourself every DAY or does your mom help you?" I am dying i have a question about tattoos and appropriation okay so hopefully this makes sense. i really like ‘japanese’ style tattoos ( i’m not sure if that the official name cause im not an artist or that deep into the art game ) but and would really love to get a tattoo in that style you know ? i am just wondering since i am not japanese if that is appropriation cause i’ve seen a lot of mixed opinions ( obviously i want people from japan to answer this but all opinions welcome :) like obviously i’m not gonna get like any japanese religious figures or anything i know is inappropriate or wrong or anything i just really love the style and everything and i’m just wondering is that wrong ??? do you get what i mean ( i also really like @snitchery sleeve ) please educate me some more on appropriation and appreciation cause i feel there’s a very fine line between the two but that’s probably cause i don’t know much :) thank you for your help ( not japanese characters like words btw i see a lot of people saying don’t get something the artist could mess with the spelling it’s not words )
Ironic, Love, and Some More: library-mermaid
 A little girl and her mom were looking at
 me at the coffee shop this morning and I
 heard her mom say "go on, it's ok!" and
 the little girl shuffled up to me and said
 "ex-cuse me please, do you have to put
 on your tattoos by yourself every DAY or
 does your mom help you?" I am dying
i have a question about tattoos and appropriation okay so hopefully this makes sense. i really like ‘japanese’ style tattoos ( i’m not sure if that the official name cause im not an artist or that deep into the art game ) but and would really love to get a tattoo in that style you know ? i am just wondering since i am not japanese if that is appropriation cause i’ve seen a lot of mixed opinions ( obviously i want people from japan to answer this but all opinions welcome :) like obviously i’m not gonna get like any japanese religious figures or anything i know is inappropriate or wrong or anything i just really love the style and everything and i’m just wondering is that wrong ??? do you get what i mean ( i also really like @snitchery sleeve ) please educate me some more on appropriation and appreciation cause i feel there’s a very fine line between the two but that’s probably cause i don’t know much :) thank you for your help ( not japanese characters like words btw i see a lot of people saying don’t get something the artist could mess with the spelling it’s not words )

i have a question about tattoos and appropriation okay so hopefully this makes sense. i really like ‘japanese’ style tattoos ( i’m not sure ...

Community, Family, and Memes: Karla, an undocumented activist & founder of UndocuTravelers, will be perhaps the last DACA recipient in history to travel abroad this Dec. She will produce a documentary about the lives of immigrants that were deported and separated from their families. Please consider donating to her campaign: bit.ly/SupportKarla ← Documenting the ex Undocumented: Returning to Mexico For: Karla Estrada Sanchez Los Angeles, CA Organizer: Karla Estrada Sanchez 250 SHARES 284 On Dec. 16th, Karla Estrada, an undocumented activist, will board a plane to Mexico to direct and produce a documentary about the lives of undocumented immigrants that were deported and impacted by family separation. She will traveling using a temporary travel permit granted under Advanced Parole. 💯🙌🏽 Karla needs our help, donate today: bit.ly-SupportKarla OR also on her BIO 👉🏾 @karla_estrada_222 This is her story, please consider donating: "This fundraiser is dedicated to documenting the story of my family's separation, their experiences with various social aspects in the United States and their struggle after returning to the Homeland. My greatest hope for this project is to educate and raise awareness of what it means to be separated from your family due to issues that could've easily been avoided if we just had an opportunity in the U.S or access to healthcare. It will also touch upon the subject of how the Mexican government is not helping deportees-returnees. On April 2017, my younger brother Voluntary Departure to Mexico, after months detained and mistreated by the Agents of Adelanto Detention Center. My parents joined him on June 2017, making me the only member of my family in the United States. I was approved for Advance Parole only a week before DACA was rescinded, and Advance Parole terminated for the recipients. I will perhaps be one of the last DACA recipients to travel with AP. I need the help of my community and allies to be successful, I am want this project to be a community effort, because this is the story of many of us and our family members. This will be a project led by undocumented youth-POC for the world." Donate: bit.ly-SupportKarla
Community, Family, and Memes: Karla, an undocumented activist & founder
 of UndocuTravelers, will be perhaps the last
 DACA recipient in history to travel abroad
 this Dec. She will produce a documentary
 about the lives of immigrants that were
 deported and separated from their families.
 Please consider donating to her campaign:
 bit.ly/SupportKarla ←
 Documenting the ex
 Undocumented: Returning
 to Mexico
 For: Karla Estrada Sanchez
 Los Angeles, CA
 Organizer: Karla Estrada Sanchez
 250
 SHARES
 284
On Dec. 16th, Karla Estrada, an undocumented activist, will board a plane to Mexico to direct and produce a documentary about the lives of undocumented immigrants that were deported and impacted by family separation. She will traveling using a temporary travel permit granted under Advanced Parole. 💯🙌🏽 Karla needs our help, donate today: bit.ly-SupportKarla OR also on her BIO 👉🏾 @karla_estrada_222 This is her story, please consider donating: "This fundraiser is dedicated to documenting the story of my family's separation, their experiences with various social aspects in the United States and their struggle after returning to the Homeland. My greatest hope for this project is to educate and raise awareness of what it means to be separated from your family due to issues that could've easily been avoided if we just had an opportunity in the U.S or access to healthcare. It will also touch upon the subject of how the Mexican government is not helping deportees-returnees. On April 2017, my younger brother Voluntary Departure to Mexico, after months detained and mistreated by the Agents of Adelanto Detention Center. My parents joined him on June 2017, making me the only member of my family in the United States. I was approved for Advance Parole only a week before DACA was rescinded, and Advance Parole terminated for the recipients. I will perhaps be one of the last DACA recipients to travel with AP. I need the help of my community and allies to be successful, I am want this project to be a community effort, because this is the story of many of us and our family members. This will be a project led by undocumented youth-POC for the world." Donate: bit.ly-SupportKarla

On Dec. 16th, Karla Estrada, an undocumented activist, will board a plane to Mexico to direct and produce a documentary about the lives of u...

Crazy, Memes, and New York: sTI6o01 To our fellow NewYorkers please be safe. An explosion this morning caused the authorities to evacuate one of the busiest transit hubs in New York City as the weekday was set to begin. The Police Department said in a tweet that it was responding to reports of an explosion of unknown origin at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, where two subway stations, Times Square and Port Authority, are connected by a tunnel. The Port Authority bus station was also evacuated. Two people were in custody, a law enforcement official said. One may have been carrying a device that could have been a pipe bomb, which exploded. The official emphasized that the information was preliminary and investigators were still arriving at the scene. Commuters underground near 40th Street and 8th Avenue began to flee after a loud, muffled sound was heard in the Port Authority subway station. Police officers, firefighters and Port Authority counterterrorism officials tried to clear commuters from the bus station and the west side of 8th Avenue as sirens blared. Andre Rodriguez, 62, a caseworker at one of the city’s shelters, said he heard an explosion shortly before 7:30. “I was going through the turnstile,” he said. “It sounded like an explosion, and everybody started running.” Alicja Wlodkowski, 51, said that she had been in a restaurant inside the Port Authority when she suddenly saw a crowd of people running. “A woman fell, and nobody even stopped to help her because it was so crazy,” she said. Then it all slowed down. I was standing and watching and scared.” The Metropolitan Transportation Authority reported that 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, R, W and 7 trains were skipping 42nd Street.- The New York Times. . . NewYork NYC NY NewYorkTimes NewYorkCity PortAuthority TimesSquare 42ndStreet Trains Investigation Mass Debate Podcast News Monday
Crazy, Memes, and New York: sTI6o01
To our fellow NewYorkers please be safe. An explosion this morning caused the authorities to evacuate one of the busiest transit hubs in New York City as the weekday was set to begin. The Police Department said in a tweet that it was responding to reports of an explosion of unknown origin at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, where two subway stations, Times Square and Port Authority, are connected by a tunnel. The Port Authority bus station was also evacuated. Two people were in custody, a law enforcement official said. One may have been carrying a device that could have been a pipe bomb, which exploded. The official emphasized that the information was preliminary and investigators were still arriving at the scene. Commuters underground near 40th Street and 8th Avenue began to flee after a loud, muffled sound was heard in the Port Authority subway station. Police officers, firefighters and Port Authority counterterrorism officials tried to clear commuters from the bus station and the west side of 8th Avenue as sirens blared. Andre Rodriguez, 62, a caseworker at one of the city’s shelters, said he heard an explosion shortly before 7:30. “I was going through the turnstile,” he said. “It sounded like an explosion, and everybody started running.” Alicja Wlodkowski, 51, said that she had been in a restaurant inside the Port Authority when she suddenly saw a crowd of people running. “A woman fell, and nobody even stopped to help her because it was so crazy,” she said. Then it all slowed down. I was standing and watching and scared.” The Metropolitan Transportation Authority reported that 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, R, W and 7 trains were skipping 42nd Street.- The New York Times. . . NewYork NYC NY NewYorkTimes NewYorkCity PortAuthority TimesSquare 42ndStreet Trains Investigation Mass Debate Podcast News Monday

To our fellow NewYorkers please be safe. An explosion this morning caused the authorities to evacuate one of the busiest transit hubs in New...

Memes, School, and Florida: Remember Tony Hansberry, who at the age of 14, invented a new surgical technique for women who had a hysterectomy.多人 FLORIDR R&M UNUERSIT As a freshman at the Darnell-Cookman Middle-High School of Medical Arts, in Jacksonville, Florida, TonyHansberry II had already come up with a surgical technique that may help surgeons reduce the risk of complications when performing surgical operations. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ Tony’s technique, called the “ HansberryStitch”improved how the top of the vagina (the vaginal cuff) is sutured after a hysterectomy which can reduce surgery time, pain and complications for the 600,000 women annually. In fact, his new technique will allow surgeons to complete their operations by stitching the patients back up after having a hysterectomy in one third of the time that it would normally take them. Physicians at The University of Florida invited Tony to present his project alongside theirs during a medical education event and to teach the others his technique. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ That’s right, and he was only 14. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ Now 22, Hansberry studied chemistry at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. He hopes to become a surgeon someday, and make a difference in the lives of others. Blackexcellence theblaquelioness
Memes, School, and Florida: Remember Tony Hansberry, who at the age
 of 14, invented a new surgical technique
 for women who had a hysterectomy.多人
 FLORIDR
 R&M
 UNUERSIT
As a freshman at the Darnell-Cookman Middle-High School of Medical Arts, in Jacksonville, Florida, TonyHansberry II had already come up with a surgical technique that may help surgeons reduce the risk of complications when performing surgical operations. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ Tony’s technique, called the “ HansberryStitch”improved how the top of the vagina (the vaginal cuff) is sutured after a hysterectomy which can reduce surgery time, pain and complications for the 600,000 women annually. In fact, his new technique will allow surgeons to complete their operations by stitching the patients back up after having a hysterectomy in one third of the time that it would normally take them. Physicians at The University of Florida invited Tony to present his project alongside theirs during a medical education event and to teach the others his technique. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ That’s right, and he was only 14. ┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈ Now 22, Hansberry studied chemistry at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. He hopes to become a surgeon someday, and make a difference in the lives of others. Blackexcellence theblaquelioness

As a freshman at the Darnell-Cookman Middle-High School of Medical Arts, in Jacksonville, Florida, TonyHansberry II had already come up with...