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@Regranned from @glitter_luna - Repost from @belinda_vegan - "Know that the same spark of life that is within you, is within all of our animal friends, the desire to live is the same within all of us." -Rai Aren
Respect the rights of all the animals that share this planet with us not for us!
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Look what I made hooman. #proud
This melts my heart
#petsqui #ferret #welovepets #animals #animalsofig #animalsofinstagram #baby #babyaninals #dosweet #momlife #momlove #life #thatlife #sweetness #compassion #vegan #vegansofig #vegansofinstagram #friendsnotfood #trust #newmom - #regrann
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Border Patrol got on a Greyhound bus yesterday at 4:30pm in Fort Lauderdale and asked every passenger for their papers and to prove citizenship. Proof of citizenship is NOT required to ride a bus! For more info about your rights, call the Florida Immigrant Coalition hotline 1-888-600-5762.
@Regrann from @theunknownlyricist - Karel van Mander III Persina and Hydaspes recognise their daughter Chariclea. ~Ethiopian Mythology
Sex and Race II – Excerpts From J.A. Rogers " Persina, a Queen of Ethiopia, 60 BC, presented her husband, Hydaspes, with a light-colored child, “which color is strange among Ethiopians.” She declared it was due to the presence of a white statue in the room at the time of conception. Similarly Maria Theresa of Spain and Austria, wife of Louis XIV, King of France, bore him a mulatto daughter in 1665.
The Queen spent most of her time with a Negro dwarf, named Nabo, while the King passed most of his time with the beauties that thronged his court. The doctors explained the color of the child by saying that the black man looked at the Queen. “It must have been a very penetrating look”, said the King, wrathfully.
A noted writer of that time attributed the color of a similar child, born to a high noblewoman, to the mother’s fondness for chocolate. Anna, a Negro servant girl of Calavecchio, Italy, wife of a white muledriver, became the concubine of Pope Clement VII. Her son, Alessandro, born 1511, became reigning Duke of Florence, and married Margaret, only daughter of the Emperor Charles V, ruler of Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, and Spain in 1536.
White American slave-holders used to induce white women to marry Negro slaves in order to hold the women slaves for life. Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, and father of the Declaration of Independence, was the father of a large number of mulatto children. His wife protested long and loud to no avail.
Patrick Henry, another signer of that document, had a Negro son named Melancthon. Napoleon planned to solve the color problem in Haiti by making it legal for each man to take three wives, one white, one mulatto, the other black. He had several conferences with the theologians on “this grand measure” and tried to win the consent of the Pope. In 1787 while a party of 351 freed Negroes was aboard ship at Portsmouth, England, enroute to Sierra Leone, West Africa, the authorities brought on board sixty-two white women, prostitutes and others, whom they wished to get ri
@Regrann from @revolutionary_mindset - January 20, 1900~ Black Congressman George H. White, North Carolina, introduced a bill to make lynching of Americans a federal offense. The bill died in committee. This wouldn't be the last Anti-Lynching Bill to be introduced. Many made it through the House but would be either voted down or filibustered by the opposition; at that time was Southern Democrats. The United States failed to ever pass a single Anti-Lynching Bill into law. On June 13, 2005, in a resolution sponsored by senators Mary Landrieu of Louisiana and George Allen of Virginia, together with 78 others, the US Senate formally apologized for its failure to enact anti-lynching bills "when action was most needed." George H White would retire from Congress the next year and moved to New Jersey, where he would help found a township in Cape May County for Black people called "Whitesboro". #Regrann