These ones are for the history books.
He's homeless, He's disabled, He wasn't even part of the protest.
They still shot at him.
**Lebanon MP: Protesters outside officials' homes should be 'shot'**
"Jamil Sayyed's comments lead to outrage in a country in its seventh month of anti-establishment demonstrations."
Lebanon money exchangers back at work after strike https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/06/lebanon-money-exchangers-work-strike-200603164955944.html
**A Strasbourg : échec des négociations à gauche, fusion des listes LREM et LR**
" La rupture des négociations entre la liste écolo-citoyenne menée par Jeanne Barseghian et la liste PS de Catherine Trautmann, a scellé plusieurs semaines de désaccords entre la candidate arrivée en tête au premier tour, et l’ancienne…"
I'd like to point out to other white people that it's only now that we've been up in arms.
Black trans women are the most at risk minority, and overwhelmingly we are silent. We don't scream for these women. We don't mourn these women. Overwhelmingly white people are comfortable to close their eyes and ears when Black queer people are being attacked.
What I want from other white people, esp non-queer white people is to think about why you rarely raise your voices when Black queer people die
Sometimes I write poems but you don't get to see them.
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