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Goat, Friend, and Goats: Evie the Goat Plays Extra Gently with New Blind Friend

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America, Bad, and Community: Shaun King e @shaunking Lakeville South High School in Lakeville, Minnesota. I see these every day all day now qgers ис ogers ail the ㄇ nonchalet, maltezzzspamss, katiegula 2, grace ibsen, devo, bbgmadiii, t bobo savage, _kvng.banks, lily.snyder18, ddz.collins 6:59 PM 27 Feb 17 1,958 RETWEETS1,871 LIKES Sarah Silverman @SarahKSilverman Make no mistake this is what they mean by make America great again Shaun King@ShaunKing Lakeville South High School in Lakeville, Minnesota. I see the.. hige Hail the k aul the 只 8:40 PM 27 Feb 17 2,632 RETWEETS 4,700 LIKES 臺Lakeville Area Public Schools Lakeville ake 3 hrs AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS UPDATED STATEMENT ON GRAFFITI FOUND AT LAKEVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL: On February 27, a LSHS staff member reported someone had written offensive words and images on bathroom stalls. A student subsequently was identified and will be subject to disciplinary action under school and district policy. Lakeville South High School administration received permission from the parent to share that the student is non-Caucasian and has significant special eaucauom HEES nle this does not excuse the student's actions, the District believes it will help the community and others put this incident into perspective This incident was very unfortunate and certainly does not reflect the values of our community and LSHS. The District does, however, view this as a teachable moment for our students and staff. To foster that, LSHS has created a plan to facilitate conversations regarding diversity with our students and staff Cultural liaisons, deans and student support staff members will be available Wednesday to talk with students who wish to discuss these issues in small groups. Lakeville South High School is committed to ensuring that all students feel welcome and safe in the school The Safest Space TheSafestSpace 17h Honest journalist @ShaunKing blocked me for pointing out that his tweet was based on a hoax Shaun King > @ShaunKing You are blocked from following @ShaunKing and viewing @ShaunKing's Tweets. Learn more - [+3] 42 points 14 hours agox Trump turns non-white special needs kids into self hating racists". permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply pocket <p><a href="https://libertariancrusader.tumblr.com/post/166241662361/never-letit-die-nunyabizni" class="tumblr_blog">libertariancrusader</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://never-let--it-die.tumblr.com/post/158095082201/nunyabizni-siryouarebeingmocked-oop-talcum" class="tumblr_blog">never-let–it-die</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://nunyabizni.tumblr.com/post/158088774092/oop" class="tumblr_blog">nunyabizni</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://siryouarebeingmocked.tumblr.com/post/158088574709/oop" class="tumblr_blog">siryouarebeingmocked</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><i>oop</i></p></blockquote> <p>Talcum X fucks up again. Shocking</p> </blockquote> <p>Good thing he’s not white, otherwise they’d kidnap him and livestream his torture.</p> </blockquote> <p>I’m pretty sure every one of these “racist messages put up by evil white people” that I have seen have turned out to be hoaxes usually perpetrated by the anti-white person who took the photo.</p><p>I’m sure there are *some* legit ones out there, but for fucks sake, if racism is really that bad, you shouldn’t have to make shit up to support your narrative.</p></blockquote> <p>Let&rsquo;s not forget Sarah Silverman also thought a construction marking was a swastika. These people ain&rsquo;t batting 1000.</p>

libertariancrusader: never-let–it-die: nunyabizni: siryouarebeingmocked: oop Talcum X fucks up again. Shocking Good thing he’s not whi...

Birthday, Children, and Memes: Crayen INITIArAVE Crayon Cray DailyFacts Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after learning that restaurants throw away all the crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He collects them, melts them down, creates new crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for young children and kids with special needs, and delivers them to local hospitals. DoGood 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻👏🏾 Repost @standup911: In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange

DoGood 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻👏🏾 Repost @standup911: In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was ...

Birthday, Children, and Memes: Crayon Cray , Crayon Cra Crayon Crayen DailyFacts Bryan Ware founded "The Crayon Initiative" after learning that restaurants throw away all the crayons that the kids leave behind on tables. He collects them, melts them down, creates new crayons that are thicker and easier to grasp for young children and kids with special needs, and delivers them to local hospitals. In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper tablecloth with crayons their server had given them. A thought struck him. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” Ware, who lives in the San Francisco area, told The Mighty. He later questioned a restaurant employee and was dismayed to learn that every crayon put out on the table had to be thrown away after the table’s customers left — whether it’d been used down to a nub or left completely untouched. Convinced the crayons’ lives didn’t have to end so early, Ware started taking restaurant crayons with him. He made it his mission to come up with a way to get the unwanted crayons into as many children’s hands as possible. Two years later in 2013, Ware founded The Crayon Initiative, a nonprofit organization that repurposes old unusable crayon wax into new crayons and distributes them to children’s hospitals across California. r-p @dailyfacts_nowyouknowdaily standup911 bethechange

In 2011, Bryan Ware was enjoying his birthday dinner at a restaurant with his wife and two sons. He was watching his kids draw on the paper ...

America, Children, and Church: Special Needs Kids With No Criminal Record Before She Could Say Goodbye @undocumedia Source: Fusion The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnatiintervened on behalf of one of its members Thursday by asking politicians and law enforcement to halt the impending deportation of Maribel Trujillo Diaz. Trujillo is scheduled to be deported next Tuesday, according to The Guardian. Trujillo is a mother of four who came to the U.S. in 2002 because her family had been targeted by Mexican cartels. She previously feared deportation, but was granted “prosecutorial discretion,” according to the church’s statement. As part of an agreement, the Archdiocese explained, Trujillo was required to go to regular check-ins with ICE and was told she could remain in the U.S. as her case for asylum is still pending. ICE arrived at Trujillo’s brother’s home unexpectedly on Wednesday and took her into custody for deportation, according to the Archdiocese. In its statement, the Archdiocese said she was unable to say goodbye to all of her children: Trujillo’s four children are U.S. citizens. One of the children, a 3-year-old, has recurring seizures; another is pre-diabetic. Both require special attention from her mother, who is also the family’s main source of income. “I don’t understand the reason to separate my family. I have no criminal record, I’m here working to support my family, so that my kids can study and have a better life for themselves,” Trujillo told The Guardianbefore she was detained. “Why does President Trump want to divide my family and make me leave my kids behind – what are they going to do without their mama?” Trujillo told The Guardian that she would not want to leave her children behind in America, but also would not want to expose them to danger in Mexico, where members of her family have been kidnapped and received death threats. In a statement published by public radio station WVSU, ICE said that, in 2014, the Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed Trujillo’s appeals, making her “subject to a final order of deportation.” immigration

The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnatiintervened on behalf of one of its members Thursday by asking politicians and law enforcement to halt ...