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September 3, 2014
21:12 // 1 month ago
August 19, 2014


Protesters upset about the smearing of Mike Brown converged at CNN headquarters.

“When it started raining and lightning and the crowd didn’t disperse, my energy level shot up,” said Kwame Thompson, an attorney in Atlanta and St. Louis. “It was a peaceful demonstration that was against police brutality and in support of Mike Brown and his family.”

This feels unprecedented. 

(via thebicker)

16:43 // 2 months ago
August 18, 2014
Let me also be clear that our constitutional rights to speak freely, to assemble, and to report in the press must be vigilantly safeguarded: especially in moments like these. There’s no excuse for excessive force by police or any action that denies people the right to protest peacefully.

Running Transcript: Obama’s remarks on Ferguson, Mo. and Iraq. (via washingtonpost)

Yes. This is when that stuff matters most. Thanks for the reminder. A few people (not naming names) keep forgetting.

(via washingtonpost)

16:52 // 2 months ago
October 31, 2012
19:36 // 1 year ago
September 2, 2011
The guy’s acting like he’s having a hard time standing up, and you see people just strolling along behind him. I thought, what a great contrast. Why didn’t he just stand up and say, ‘We were very lucky’?
Former FEMA head Michael “heckuva job Brownie" Brown • Somehow turning media critic after Hurricane Irene (in ripping CNN for their coverage of the storm). Hey, Michael, no offense, but you’re the last person that should talk here. Glad to see that the crisis was weak enough that you can rip the media for the coverage. You and Ray Nagin should probably keep your media commentator cards to yourselves. source (viafollow)
15:58 // 3 years ago