These photos are of Dreamers, children of immigrants without documents for this country, who were brought to the United States and never knew they were “illegal,” reuniting with their deported parents through a border wall in Nogales, Arizona.
If you have any reaction to these photos other than empathy, I don’t really want to know.
Just heard about this blogging site from Yahoo. Not really sure what it is all about, but thought it’d be worth a shot! Please everyone be kind. I’m new here and could use some direction. Where for instance can I look at blogs
this is a joke, right?
No way jose. Another question that I have is what is a fandom. How easily can I start one.
i’ve been waiting for this movie for years, hoping it would be good, but knowing i’d watch it anyway. the hijinks these two have been unleashing in their promo interviews have set me at ease. always here for a cast that genuinely enjoys each other. can’t wait to see her in a legit comedy again.
Mercedes Jones+ Effie White Parallels
she supa flyyyy tho
[photos by me]
as a black woman, being a critical thinker who is sensitive too is exhausting
you think i WANT to see racism and sexism and all this fucked up shit everywhere? it would be nice to shut it off every once in a while and enjoy some stupid show like big bang theory or arrested development or whatever it is white people are watching these days
but i really can’t
because not only do i SEE all these things, but i feel them too
GPOY a lot.
I went to a theater production of Les Mis yesterday, and two things struck me 1.) Marius was an Asian man, and he was fantastic (his tone was glorious) and 2.) Les Mis could actually be staged with PoC playing all of the important roles - particularly Valjean, Fantine, Cosette, Enjorlas, and Gavroche. Considering the themes, the liberal use of the word “slave” in particular, just think of how much that would resonate even more to see black actors in these roles, particularly since Les Mis is set during a time where slavery is still A Thing. Like…I actually want this now.
damnit, sav. now i want it, too. this is quite possibly the only way i’d ever sit through a production of this again. the movie turned me so far off. i wish i’d gotten to see norm as javert. or at least watched some clips before sitting in that movie theater for 3 hours.