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Here's Why The #DontJudgeChallenge Is Great For Our Society! [VIDEO]

Have you ever pre-judged someone based on how presentable¬†they were/weren’t? Fine. I’ll be the first to raise my hand. Every now and then, I’ll catch myself having conversations in my head about someone’s outer appearance. 100 more words

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Feed The Greed

Feel the need

feed the need

they feel the

need to feed the

greed forcing us to

bleed more for

their seed

we feel the need… 123 more words

Poetry

Institutional Racism In America

This is a horrifying story about how poor youth in America (often minority) are subjected to what is essentially a totally separate justice system than wealthier white kids. 261 more words

Racism

Would You Like To Help Progress?

The United States of America has developed in both positive and negative ways. Our struggle to maintain equality has resulted in much-needed liberties, as well as an inflated sense of complacency and self-entitlement among many Americans. 59 more words

Racism

Would You Like To Help Progress?

The United States of America has developed in both positive and negative ways. Our struggle to maintain equality has resulted in much-needed liberties,as well as an inflated sense of complacency and self-entitlement among many Americans. 57 more words

Racism

How to insult a "progressive"

Islam

David Montaigne reblogged this and commented:

Attempts to suggest that very different things are all equal will never prevail in the long run

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen

My chosen book for the 2015 Reading Challenge theme ‘A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t’ was ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen – the only book I didn’t finish, actually! 412 more words

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