11 things you need to hear right now

11 Things that I Need to Hear Right Now, and I'm Sure You Do Too.

I believe in equality and feel everyone should get treated the same. This connects to my dream job of creating a free medical health clinic because no matter who the person is they will be treated no differently than anyone else of any race or class.

racial equality art Make racial equality an issue of the past by making everyone equal! Go to http://www.fuzeus.com

I would like to work somewhere where there is fairness and equality. Where there is no discrimination regardless of race, ethnicity, sexuality etc.

This makes me want to cry. WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING!! Make racial equality an issue of the past by making everyone equal! Go to http://www.fuzeus.com

Have you forgotten that incident already?

Second unfriendly reminder that not only is race a huge factor, but so is gender. The black kid may have robbed a convenience store, but the white kid *only* raped a girl. And we all know how our country views rape.

Racial Equality. Maya Angelou. Illustration Typography.

10 Words of Wisdom From the Late Maya Angelou

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color. - Maya Angelou Quote by Nate Williams Illustration and Hand Lettering

Black lives matter. Racial equality.

This relates to my event/book because I held a dinner informing the public of Dubois and how he fought for racial equality.

Athlete who kneels to make a stand for racial equality inspires poet

Athlete who kneels to make a stand for racial equality inspires poet

Journalist was early local voice for racial equality

Journalist was early local voice for racial equality

I dont believe in stereotypes. See people as you see them not a distorted view that society has forced you to see.

Irish stereotypes. Sure, I don't even like Guinness

These people are holding signs that are general stereotypes towards their race. Whether people believe these things or not, they have a drastic impact on an individuals life. Stereotypes is an oversimplified fixed idea of an individual.

#BlackLivesMatter

I love that: "if you can't see why we're saying 'black lives matter' you're part of the problem." And let's be honest, a LOT of the people saying "all lives matter" sure don't act like any life BUT THEIR OWN matters.

The Council of Federated Organization was founded in Jackson, Mississippi in 1962, COFO included the statewide organizations of three national civil rights groups, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) led by Bob Moses, the CongressThe Council of Federated Organization was founded in Jackson, Mississippi in 1962, COFO included the statewide organizations of three national civil rights groups, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) led by Bob Moses, the Congress…

The Council of Federated Organization was founded in Jackson, Mississippi in 1962, COFO included the statewide organizations of three national civil rights groups, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) led by Bob Moses, the CongressThe Council of Federated Organization was founded in Jackson, Mississippi in 1962, COFO included the statewide organizations of three national civil rights groups, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) led by Bob Moses, the Congress…

Friends Disappear: The Battle For Racial Equality In Evanston (Chicago Visions And Revisions) PDF

Friends Disappear: The Battle For Racial Equality In Evanston (Chicago Visions And Revisions) PDF

Reconstruction: Voices from America's First Great Struggle for Racial Equality by Brooks D. Simpson, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®

Reconstruction: Voices from America's First Great Struggle for Racial Equality by Brooks D. Simpson, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®

Portrait of Octavius Catto, a 19th century Philadelphia African-American who led campaigns for racial equality in voting, transportation, military service and baseball. He was murdered in his early thirties by white racists.

Portrait of Octavius Catto, a 19th century Philadelphia African-American who led campaigns for racial equality in voting, transportation, military service and baseball. He was murdered in his early thirties by white racists.

United We Stand Together As One Racial Equality

United We Stand Together As One Racial Equality

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