Tag Archives: #BlackLivesMatter

Reblog: The Thing About Baltimore Is…

This is a really worthy (and helpfully linkful!) blog post from a friend-of-a-friend who lives in the Baltimore area. If you read it be sure to scroll down to see the main body of the post! Here are a few … Continue reading

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“Criminals”

As much as I hate to think of violence as a solution, these riots really are this rebellion really is necessary for change. On a personal level, I totally get it that if somebody isn’t respecting a peacefully expressed boundary, … Continue reading

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The Privilege of the Perfect Solution Fallacy

Between the protests peaceful rebellion turning to riots violent in Baltimore (and associated media bullshit), and the earthquake in Nepal, it’s been a week of very, very bad news. Here I sit, safely in my sanctuary of a home in … Continue reading

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Hrafnar speaks up in support of #BlackLivesMatter

I am pleased to say that Hrafnar has posted a Statement in Support of Solidarity with Black Pagans and Heathens. Diana and Lorrie took some time to take stock of the circumstances prompting it, and the needs of the local … Continue reading

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A Better Link Roundup for #BlackLivesMatter

The Wild Hunt did an article that serves as a better link roundup for community support of #BlackLivesMatter. In addition to the links throughout the article, there’s a list at the end. If you wrote a response and aren’t in … Continue reading

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Sharing Anger

I realize, going over yesterday’s statement post, that I didn’t necessarily say what really needed most to be said. I SEE what the news is documenting. I SEE my friends and family who are people of color, and more directly … Continue reading

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A Statement of Hospitality, and Frith

With the recent widespread news of the murders of black men by police officers who are not even brought to trial, there has been a combination of outraged voices, tired and despairing voices, victim blaming, and silence. I wish I … Continue reading

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