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Today, I was one of fifty volunteers who joined the water drop in the desert on the U.S. side of the border. The event was organized by San Diego-based Border Angeles. For those few hours, I was able to get a sense for what migrants crossing this treacherous land experience, which was incredibly sobering. I couldn’t help but think of the thousands of souls who must have come through the same rocky path, and those who perished along the way. Once we reached our destination, I prayed the water would reach the right hands. My message on the water bottle was simple: Never Give Up. I would encourage everyone, and especially those whose family members made a similar trek to enter the U.S., to help destigmatize past or current undocumented people and help those who are being persecuted today by joining one of the future water drops. Contact Water Drop Director Jacqueline Arellano at for more information. #borderangels #NoBanNoWall
19 hours ago
Another year, another inspiring and empowering march! I love all the beautiful babes (male/ female/ trans/ whatever) that came out to support love and equality yesterday. I will continue to raise hell and fight for (y)our right to be exactly who and what you want to be. A big thanks to everyone who made it out or showed support in other ways; you're amazing. Keep resisting hate. I love you. #womensmarch 💪🏻💖
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#womensmarch2018 was incredible, inspiring, empowering. So awesome to march for equality & love with family and friends, and to hear inspiring messages from speakers like Emily Cain, Quinn Gormley, Sara Gideon, and Fatuma Hussien. This march is of course not only a march of empowerment but also a protest against the shithole that is the idiot in office and GOP lawmakers. As the tRump administration and republicans continue to fight against DACA, discriminate, and make poor decisions in just about every category, it is becoming more and more apparent that we need to #ridethebluewave into 2018 and 2020 and vote for strong, diverse, progressive women. To those who scoff at these issues, these “politics” and think it’s irrelevant to their lives, a quote from Desmond Tutu: “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor”. Politics affect people. Politics can oppress people, or help people, and it’s up to us the people to use our voices to speak out against injustice. #womensmarchaugusta #resist #persist #neverthelessshepersisted #powertothepolls #iamwomanhearmeroar #nobannowall #nohumanisillegal #savedaca #impeach45 #makeamericagreatagainimpeachtrump #shitholepresident #equality #loveislove (more pics to come)
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