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I NEVER USE THIS WORD BUT THIS IS I C O N I C


MY GOD

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h0odrich:

I NEVER USE THIS WORD BUT THIS IS I C O N I C

MY GOD

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I don’t remember taking these pictures last night, but I do remember having fun

I don’t remember taking these pictures last night, but I do remember having fun

My boyfriend’s brother got me stoned and now I have to go to dinner with his parents oh god

Long live the Ferguson Rebellion!

Stand up! Fight back!

Immediately relevant: just used the toilet in Dublin Airport and was greeted by this welcome artwork. Dublin knows!!

Immediately relevant: just used the toilet in Dublin Airport and was greeted by this welcome artwork. Dublin knows!!

No peace for the police

If what happened tonight in St. Louis happened every time the cops killed someone, I think they would stop killing people. 1312 in the 314! Don’t fucking kill kids in St. Louis, our communities fight back.

Some people online are trying to downplay what’s going on in Ferguson, MO, especially the community response. People are complaining about “media painting the protesters as an angry mob.”

They are an angry mob. They fucking should be. Anger is a completely normal and expected response to the execution of a teenager in the street. That community is sick of the harassment they face every day; they’re sick of having to worry about their children’s safety around police; they’re sick of being treated like their lives don’t matter.

Black lives fucking matter, and there’s an angry fucking mob in Ferguson to show they won’t be treated differently anymore. No peace for the police!

thenigerianassassin:

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lordmauricewarhol:

hussieologist:

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Anger follows police shooting in St. Louis suburb
FERGUSON, Mo. — A teenager was killed Saturday after police opened fire here, sparking outrage among some community residents.
The shooting occurred around noon Saturday at the Canfield Green Apartment complex. Ferguson police confirmed it was one of their officers who opened fire.
Family members identified the shooting victim as 18-year-old Michael Brown. Desiree Harris, who says Brown is her grandson, says she found his body in the middle of the street minutes after he was expected to arrive at her home in suburban St. Louis neighborhood.
Officer Brian Schellman, spokesman for the St. Louis County Police Department, said “a couple hundred” people came out of area apartment buildings after an officer with the Ferguson Police Department shot and killed the teen. Schellman did not say what prompted the shooting.
Schellman said some people yelled threats toward the police, and officers said they thought they heard gunshots from the crowd. According to The Associated Press, some in the crowd yelled “kill the police.”
There were no reports of additional injuries, Schellman said.
After the crowd gathered, police at the scene called for about 60 other police units to respond to the area in Ferguson, which is a city of about 21,000 residents located a few miles north of downtown St. Louis. He said the crowd was under control by about 5 p.m. and several of the additional officers had left the area.
He was shot 10 times.




After the shooting, some people yelled threats toward the police.

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“We will be outside the FERGUSON POLICE DEPARTMENT tomorrow. 9 AM. 222 S. FLORISSANT RD. STL COME OUT.”
10 a.m. press conf tomorrow at Ferg police HQ 
Witness video: This link

appledoobiewrap
This is my home this is a tragedy but we have to wake up there’s no outrage when we are killing each other in these streets only when the police do it

Maybe where you live
But in my city we have taken to the streets and continue to do so
Just because it is not being shown on tv doesn’t mean we aren’t outraged or doing anything to stop it. 

There are a actually plenty of organizations that work to end violence in low income neighborhoods. The Detroit 300 comes to mind. But just like the Black middle class, they get NO air time.

In St. Louis, the people at the Organization for Black Struggle are doing amazing work around police violence.

thenigerianassassin:

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lordmauricewarhol:

hussieologist:

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Anger follows police shooting in St. Louis suburb

FERGUSON, Mo. — A teenager was killed Saturday after police opened fire here, sparking outrage among some community residents.

The shooting occurred around noon Saturday at the Canfield Green Apartment complex. Ferguson police confirmed it was one of their officers who opened fire.

Family members identified the shooting victim as 18-year-old Michael Brown. Desiree Harris, who says Brown is her grandson, says she found his body in the middle of the street minutes after he was expected to arrive at her home in suburban St. Louis neighborhood.

Officer Brian Schellman, spokesman for the St. Louis County Police Department, said “a couple hundred” people came out of area apartment buildings after an officer with the Ferguson Police Department shot and killed the teen. Schellman did not say what prompted the shooting.

Schellman said some people yelled threats toward the police, and officers said they thought they heard gunshots from the crowd. According to The Associated Press, some in the crowd yelled “kill the police.”

There were no reports of additional injuries, Schellman said.

After the crowd gathered, police at the scene called for about 60 other police units to respond to the area in Ferguson, which is a city of about 21,000 residents located a few miles north of downtown St. Louis. He said the crowd was under control by about 5 p.m. and several of the additional officers had left the area.

He was shot 10 times.

After the shooting, some people yelled threats toward the police.

More Information

We will be outside the FERGUSON POLICE DEPARTMENT tomorrow. 9 AM. 222 S. FLORISSANT RD. STL COME OUT.”

10 a.m. press conf tomorrow at Ferg police HQ

Witness video: This link

appledoobiewrap

This is my home this is a tragedy but we have to wake up there’s no outrage when we are killing each other in these streets only when the police do it

Maybe where you live

But in my city we have taken to the streets and continue to do so

Just because it is not being shown on tv doesn’t mean we aren’t outraged or doing anything to stop it. 

There are a actually plenty of organizations that work to end violence in low income neighborhoods. The Detroit 300 comes to mind.

But just like the Black middle class, they get NO air time.

In St. Louis, the people at the Organization for Black Struggle are doing amazing work around police violence.

(via proletarianinstinct)