Poignant shot of a Sudanese protestor who is marching for her rights to not have her body policed by the government. “Sudanese everywhere are referring to female protestors as "Kandaka," which is the title given to the Nubian queens of ancient Sudan whose gift to their descendents is a legacy of empowered women who fight hard for their country and their rights.” Photo by: Lana H. Haroun
I hope that you like it The impression I left There is no rhyme or reason To what we forget Standing alone And were watching the rain And the shadows on walls That are leaving a stain Mirrors capture me I am insane But only until we take the reign Will you remember What I say? Will you remember? Will you remember?
Across America today, police persons and people of all religions, races and faiths, stood outside mosques to make sure the Muslim community was safe. Jews, Christians, Agnostics, athiests, Buddhists all coming together in solidarity. because it doesnt matter what you believe or who you pray to. humans are humans and everyone deserves the right to live in peace, without fear of violence and hatred. it is a very small percentage of people that are islamophobic. racist. evil. the louder the majority calls, the quieter that minority will become. #newzealandstrong #loveoverhate #peace