Izzy Dead?

Womanist, pansexual, bi-gender, communist just passing the time blogging and painting.
If you're a white, cis-gender, male then you're 100% not welcome here.
Don't like it? Oh well.

nezua:

Sup, homies! Today I’m featuring some merch for the lil chavalit@s, and the mama-to-be, too in my Resistance/Brown Pride/Solidarity themed shop. I have a lot of items and designs, something for a range of budgets and statements—and all of which I wholly support and have for years through all the means at my disposal. This mostly means crafting images and words online, and offline at times with my body and my voice in the street.

           Tees | Cups  | Home & Office | Hats | Mousepads | Kids

          Posters/Calendars | Bags/Lunchbags/Totes | Stickers

All proceeds after production & material costs go to this artist and his family. Thanks for any interest or reblogs, and a big shout out to those who have picked up items in the past couple days! You’re helping out on this end. Keep an eye out soon for a Guadalupe image I’m working on. You’ll dig it.

                                           🍅✨👊✨ 🌵🌽🌹

humansofnewyork:

"The right to protest is very limited in Tibet. But the Chinese laws allow for ethnic minorities to practice their traditions. So every Wednesday, to demonstrate solidarity, Tibetans all over the world express their culture. They speak Tibetan, eat at Tibetan restaurants, and wear traditional Tibetan clothing. It’s a form of silent protest." 
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

"The right to protest is very limited in Tibet. But the Chinese laws allow for ethnic minorities to practice their traditions. So every Wednesday, to demonstrate solidarity, Tibetans all over the world express their culture. They speak Tibetan, eat at Tibetan restaurants, and wear traditional Tibetan clothing. It’s a form of silent protest." 

(Dharamshala, India)

(via nezua)

bunmer:

redhester:

bunmer:


A young Jewish refugee with her Chinese playmates. Shanghai, China (x)

Between 1933 and 1941, it is estimated that 20,000 Jews escaped persecution by fleeing to the Chinese port of Shanghai. Shanghai was one of the few places in the world that would accept Jewish refugees at this time, Japan being another.

i am furious that i am just now learning about this important fact.

Because it has nothing to do with the USA being the superhero and saving all the Jews

bunmer:

redhester:

bunmer:

A young Jewish refugee with her Chinese playmates. Shanghai, China (x)

Between 1933 and 1941, it is estimated that 20,000 Jews escaped persecution by fleeing to the Chinese port of Shanghai. Shanghai was one of the few places in the world that would accept Jewish refugees at this time, Japan being another.

i am furious that i am just now learning about this important fact.

Because it has nothing to do with the USA being the superhero and saving all the Jews

(via bravepeterbraden)