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  • Shoe Renovation

    Free to use with credit

    #stim#stimming#sensory#pink#lavender#painting#movement#body stims#body stim#clothes#shoes#feet:cw#feet:tw#people:cw#people:tw#closeup:cw#closeup:tw#claustrophobia:tw#claustrophobia:cw #these may not be popular stims but #i really like the top one #and i do the one on the bottom left from time to time #so i wanted to post these qwq #pastels
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  • Music operations at legelix studio ,lawanson surulere #democracy #socialmediamarketing #songwriter #songlyrics #songoftheday #songsongcouple #songlyrics #newmusicalert #newbeats #mushintotheworld #movement #move #moveon #moveyourbody #soulmate #soul #lagosnigeria🇳🇬 #usa🇺🇸 #france🇫🇷 #belgium🇧🇪 #india_gram #indianapolis #indiasport #atlantageorgia #england🇬🇧 #finland🇫🇮 #asiamodel #iceland🇮🇸 #iceland #ice #iceland🇮🇸 (at Four Points Victoria Island)
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CDr2AB1nnTF/?igshid=1x8ouj3aojnit

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    Back To School Get To Know Me Challenge

    September 25th, 2020

    Which season do you enjoy most?

    🍄🍁🍂🎃FALL🎃🍂🍁🍄

    I just love the candels, blankets, sweaters, sound and smell of rain, cups of coffee or tea ect ect

    Oh how I wish they would celebrate Halloween here in the Netherlands🥺

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    Sorry I’m a few days behind😭

    I was at my parents house for the weekend and I didn’t have any drafts or pictures I could post

    Enjoy this picture of me trying to keep up with my motor control class while eating lemon cheesecake pepernoten 🥰

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  • I know, I know… I keep uploading this sequence… but it’s sooo nice!!

    Wanna learn it? Check out my breakdown in the latest episode ✌️#linkinbio
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    #capoeira #mestre #movement #papaleguas #bodymovement #training #mobility #strengthtraining #agilitytraining #capoeiralifestyle #capoeiralife #capoeiramovies #capoeiragem #capoeiralove #capoeiralegadonegro #capoeiratreina #fitness #dance #capoeiraarte #capoeirista #treino #bodyawareness #bodybalance #balancing #workout #polskichlopak #polishboy #capoeirabyminho #edinburgh (at Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CFpuXTUjSRy/?igshid=132vx2qzwu0fs

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  • 21st Century Racial Violence: Cincinnati Riot of 2001. Requested by @loverofthor-2 and Proof-reading credit to Katie @monicasposh

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    Victim: Timothy Thomas, 19 years old who was unarmed

    Accused: Stephan Roach, Patrolman for the city of Cincinnati Location: Over-the-Rhine (neighbor) which was one day a culturally rich area until it got turned

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    Victim: Timothy Thomas, 19 years old who was unarmed

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    Accused: Stephan Roach, Patrolman for the city of Cincinnati Location: Over-the-Rhine (neighbor) which was one day a culturally rich area until it got turned

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    15 police-involved deaths occurred in a short significant period:

    1. Harvey Prince (February 01, 1995)
    2. Darryl C. Price Roger  (April 04, 1996) - unarmed
    3. Lorenzo Collins (February 23, 1997)
    4. Daniel Williams (February 02, 1998)
    5. Jermaine Lowe (June 03, 1998)
    6. Randy Black (July 17, 1998)
    7. Michael Carpenter (March 19, 1999)
    8. James King (March 20, 1995)
    9. Carey Tompkins (October 16, 1999)
    10. Alfred Pope (March 14, 2000)
    11. Courtney Mathis (September 01, 2000 - 12 years-old)
    12. Roger Owensby Jr. (November 07, 2000)
    13. Jeffrey Irons (November 08, 2000)
    14. Adam Wheeler  (January 31, 2001)
    15. Timothy Thomas (April 07, 2001) - unarmed
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    Many groups of people have suffered invidious discrimination in America, and some still do. In addition to people of African descent, women, gays, Latinos, Jews, Muslims, Catholics, and many other religious groups, atheists, the Irish (“No Irish need apply!”), German and Italians (especially during wartime), Asians and, to one extent or another, virtually every ethnic immigrant group, as well as the disabled have all suffered grievously and unjustly from invidious discrimination-in employment, housing, education, and public accommodations. Such discrimination has limited those opportunities that are supposed to be part of the American ethos and have fostered inequalities that are dissonant to the American dream and to the reason that many immigrants came to this country in the first instance.

    But of all these groups, only those of African descent were captured in their homelands, brought here against their will, sold into slavery, fundamentally dehumanized, and had their family structure brutally broken. And only African-Americans, following slavery, were subjected to Jim Crow laws for an additional century, enforced by state-sanctioned terrorism. This unique and legalized subjugation, based on skin color and national origin, stifled opportunity, suffocated ambition, especially in the young, and imposed inequalities far more severe and far more durable, than any suffered by any other discriminated-against group. It does not diminish the injustice or the damage done to other groups to suggest that what this country, by state action and inaction at every level, did to people of African descent was fundamentally different and that this difference accounts for the special difficulties we have experienced in recent years in finding remedies that are just, lasting and effective

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    The Cincinnati Riot was civil unrest that took place over 4 days  (April 9-13) of unrest due to the unwarranted shooting of a Black man within the city. On Saturday, April 07, 2001, around 2 am, nineteen-year-old Timothy Thomas was an unarmed teenager. His poor judgment calls throughout the years had finally caught up to him. He was facing fourteen outstanding warrants for traffic violations and evading arrest. Thomas was driving when two Cincinnati Police patrolmen pulled him over for traffic violations and he fled. The issue with fleeing was that Thomas didn’t consider the fact that cops and canine units would be there quickly to help search for the suspect. When the call went out over the radio about a fleeing suspect with fourteen outstanding warrants, it was all hands on deck for everyone, including Officer Steve Roach. Roach happened to find Thomas in a dark alley. At this moment in time, Roach “saw” him reach for something and shot an unarmed man in the chest. It is known that Officer Roach was quite racist towards black individuals as police brutality and profiling spread like wildfire in a town of strain.

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    For the next three days, Over-the-Rhine was burning. During this period, Officer Roach’s only duty was routine stops for traffic citations. During the four days, most of the riots took place around the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood located near Downtown. However, at this point in 2001, this riot was the largest urban disturbance to occur since the Rodney King Riots of 1992 in LA.

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    On April 09, 2001, the city council gathered at Cincinnati’s City Hall to examine and discover an explanation for the shooting of young Timothy Thomas on April 7th. While the council was inside City Hall, just out front stood approximately 200 protesters in a spontaneous outcry against injustice. The demagogic campaign in which was against the policy of any kind in American cities. Sadly, since 1995, thirteen black men were killed by the Cincinnati police. The one individual that was outside with fellow protesters was Thomas’s mother Angela Leisure. The protesters were pressing for results when it came to the investigation of the shooting. But got the universal answer of, “it’s an ongoing investigation.” This left them extremely angry but determined with unhesitating inclination to trap the council members within City Hall for a matter of three hours when council members refused their demands for answers.

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    On April 10, the riots continued with a march of nearly 20 to 50 young men that moved around and along the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Of course, as expected the police officers were not far behind them. As the march continued throughout the day the larger the crowd got. Violence quickly spread throughout the crowd as it grew larger; becoming rowdier by the minute. Vandalism was common: overturning garbage cans, vending machines, newspaper boxes, burning businesses, smashing windows, looting, damaging cars, and much more. They even beat upon several white motorists that got caught in the middle of the march/riot. At the end of the second day, 66 people were arrested. The vandalism would spread into other areas of the city such as Walnut Hill and Avondale. This is when the vandalism ventured into violence as people started throwing bottles and trash at the police. This rampage would last for the next three days. Gunmen took somewhat charge and fired thousands of shots, many at officers. In 2001, the city thought it had a great repore when it came to the majority of their communities. But they quickly figured out that assumption was all superficial. The police chief, Tom Streicher, begged the black clergy for help in restoring calm but got little response.

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    On the third day of unrest, April 11, the rioting continued in Downtown Cincinnati on the path of looting and vandalism. This resulted in 82 individuals being arrested by the end of the night. This would extend into April 12 without an end in sight. On April 13, the last day of unrest, Cincinnati mayor, Charles J. Luken, announced a declaration of a state of emergency and had Governor Bob Taft bring in 125 Ohio Highway Patrol troopers to establish order, while also establishing a citywide curfew from 8 pm to 6 am. Within 24 hours over 800 people were arrested for violating curfew. The city was at its breaking point. The day of peace finally came on April 14, when over 2,000 protesters marched peacefully through the streets in memory of Thomas.  


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    During this period, the riot ideologues were in a panic as the NAACP’s Kweisi Mfime declared that Cincinnati was the “belly of the whale” when it came to police violence against young black men. This riot received considerable amounts of press and media attention from the New York Times, The New Republic, the Los Angeles Times, Cincinnati Enquirer, and ABC. As the mounting pressure continued to grow, local leaders tried showing their respect, which had no success. Through mediation with the city council, they rushed to vote and submit a pending racial-profiling lawsuit. Even Mayor Luken stepped in by bringing in the Justice Department to investigate the police department. One result of this riot was the numerous reforms put in place; such as police body cams and by 2015 there was a sixty-nine percent reduction in use-of-force.

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    At the height of the unrest, there were calls for police reforms after the city was pressured and provoked by the aftermath of numerous Black deaths through a period of years. Another three deaths at the hands of police, Freddie Gery (2015) in Baltimore, Michael Brown (2014) in Ferguson, and Tamir Rice (2014 at the age of 12) also of Cleveland, bolstered the need for more police reform. These victims were not supposed to be killed in such a horrific and violent way. This was not supposed to be their legacy, but that is what it’s become. In the end, we have to remember the victims for who they were and the lives they lived and not by their violent murders. As police chief Calvin Williams explained, the lessons learned within the city were complicated. That is required not just by the adoption of a new model of policing, but pressure from federal officials. In 2002, a new reform agreement was established and signed to change the entrenched system throughout the minority communities. The results of the reform efforts were astonishing as numbers began to drop. During 1999-2014, the city saw a 69% reduction with the use of force by police, 42% fewer citizen complaints, and 56% fewer citizen injuries.

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    Results: After the shooting, Officer Stephen Roach was investigated by Internal Affairs where they discovered that Roach had been falsifying his incident reports, didn’t follow the proper department fireman procedures when it comes to firing off a weapon, and not allowing enough time for Thomas to respond in any way. Officer Roach was charged with negligent homicide and obstructing official business, both misdemeanors, and was acquitted in September 2001.

    *Side Note” During this point in time, Over-the-Rhine became a sketchy area that was either abandoned or given over to methadone clinics, drop-in centers, or Section 8 public housing.*

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  • I’ve been having a really hard time lately. I thought I was in an open relationship with someone just to find out over a year later that I was just a way to pass time for him until he found someone better. While he was constantly seeing other people and not telling me. Coworkers constantly undermine me. I’m 3,000 km from family and friends that honestly I never felt connected to but am clinging to now. And there is one person who has gotten me through it. Andrew. His music is a punch to my soul and makes me confront what I am feeling and honestly I would be so much more lost without him. I cannot express in words how his music makes me feel not how much it means to me. Just. Thank you.

    #hozier#Andrew#shrikeGivesMeLife #nina cried power #I cried power #to be alone #thank you#movement
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  • BSILENT… this music video of poignancy creates a vibrational call and movement to question our purpose and actions in 2020. The visuals tell the story; the music narrates the story. Total Excellence!!! Keep expanding your genius!!! 

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  • 100 THOUSAND POETS 4 CHANGE FESTIVAL 2020 Open Mic

    I am so stoked about this year’s 10th Edition of 100 Thousand Poets 4 Change. It’s surreal to think that we have been online for 10 years. That’s right. The Montreal edition has always streamed the festival live and shared content through social media. It’s not our first rodeo. We do miss the human connection and the wildness of our open mics. No structure, freestyle and non rehearsed is our branding. We hope to capture that online. Let’s make it happen. No matter what happens, we are happy to spend this time with you! There is a surprise guest, we call him Lucky Luke.  

    Featured Poets and Artists:
    Sadie Gilker (Canada) 
    Barbara Lewis (Canada)
    Michael Ellis (United States)
    Jacqueline Langston (United States)
    Maria Trudel (Canada)
    Louise Rita Begin (Canada)
    Gabor Gyukics (Hungary)
    Melinda Cochrane (Canada)
    Betty Esperanza (Canada) Master of Ceremonies. 
    Richard Chenier (Canada)

    100TPCMontreal or 100TPC514

    September 26, 2020

    OPEN MIC ON ZOOM

    100tpcmontreal@gmail.com

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    Body Suit -Queenz FOREPLAY // QUEENZ  Mainstore

    Hair - TRUTH HAIR Betsy // Truth Mainstore

    Add-on - MVT BLACK FOR REAL Facial Cleansing // Movement Mainstore

    Decor - Dust Bunny (Kustom 9), NICE Skin Care Products (Mainstore), Fancy Decor Shelf (Marketplace),  SAYO Vanity (Mainstore)

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  • Post 021.

    Top - BOOSH- Christian Sweater Ohboy // BOOSH Mainstore

    Skirt - BOOSH- Harley Plaid Skirt // BOOSH Mainstore

    Shoes - [ VERSOV ] EVENOV_SNEAKERS // VERSOV Mainstore

    Hair - $$$//7; P.L.// White Band // Punklist Mainstore

    Purse - Pare.Teresa Brown Pet Carry-on // PARE Mainstore

    Cup - hive // cold brew coffee to go // HIVE Mainstore

    Phone - MVT - Bad bitch bag // Movement Mainstore

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  • Definitely worth a visit. Amazing space design!
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    #tb2019 #spacedesign #museum #museumofmodernart #artmuseum #danubianameulensteenartmuseum #Bratislava #artlovers #aroundtheworld #europetravel #europe_gallery #videography #onthewater #movement #moments #reflection #waterreflection #window #reflectiongram #lake #iloveart #solotravel #eurotrip #reflectionvideo #artspace #gallery #artgallery #lights #colours

    (at Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum)
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CFm9DEOnioz/?igshid=149gbr89b6p9a

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    some say their’s beauty in chaos

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    Working on core strength is a bit part of what we do! Come check it out for yourself!

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  • Its a sad world when you would rather complain and protest about someone kneeling during the anthem and having to wear face masks and not a 13 year old boy with autism being shot at multiple times by a police officer.

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