sikssaapo-p:

WINNIPEG – Police are looking for help finding a missing teen in Winnipeg.
Nora Leah Rae, 15, of Crane River First Nation, Manitoba, was visiting family in Winnipeg. She was reported missing August 6.
RCMP say family members have had contact with Rae through social media as recently as August 20. But efforts to locate Rae and ensure her safe return home have been unsuccessful.
Rae is described as Aboriginal, with long brown hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 5’3”, 130 pounds.
If you have information that could help find her, please contact the Ste Rose du Lac RCMP at 204-447-3082 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477. (Global)

sikssaapo-p:

WINNIPEG – Police are looking for help finding a missing teen in Winnipeg.

Nora Leah Rae, 15, of Crane River First Nation, Manitoba, was visiting family in Winnipeg. She was reported missing August 6.

RCMP say family members have had contact with Rae through social media as recently as August 20. But efforts to locate Rae and ensure her safe return home have been unsuccessful.

Rae is described as Aboriginal, with long brown hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 5’3”, 130 pounds.

If you have information that could help find her, please contact the Ste Rose du Lac RCMP at 204-447-3082 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477. (Global)

winnememwintuvoice:

It’s Time to Speak Up for Salmon!
Kayla Brown, Hupa, stands with Chief Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu, for Rivers and Water. The Hupa People are in a crisis situation, with a potential repeat of the 2002 salmon kill on the Klamath and Trinity Rivers. Because the Bureau of Reclamation is refusing to let enough water out of the dams, the rivers are too low and too warm, and the salmon are beginning to show signs of disease.

winnememwintuvoice:

It’s Time to Speak Up for Salmon!

Kayla Brown, Hupa, stands with Chief Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu, for Rivers and Water.

The Hupa People are in a crisis situation, with a potential repeat of the 2002 salmon kill on the Klamath and Trinity Rivers. Because the Bureau of Reclamation is refusing to let enough water out of the dams, the rivers are too low and too warm, and the salmon are beginning to show signs of disease.

(via viforcontrol)

How can you argue that there is no crime while letting the director take the blame? Cultural appropriation is an act of racism. Wearing a costume in an attempt to look like a race is an act of racism. stereotyping Black people is an act of racism. Using Black women as a sex object, a prop, is an act of racism. Copying Black cultures to look “edgy” or “bad” is insinuating that Black people are bad and not the norm. This is exploitation, objectification, and racist.

How can you argue that there is no crime while letting the director take the blame? Cultural appropriation is an act of racism. Wearing a costume in an attempt to look like a race is an act of racism. stereotyping Black people is an act of racism. Using Black women as a sex object, a prop, is an act of racism. Copying Black cultures to look “edgy” or “bad” is insinuating that Black people are bad and not the norm. This is exploitation, objectification, and racist.

(Source: swiftsecrets)