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lavenderwrath:

Witchy Tip: Never forget the power of writing in spells. There are many spells that do not require more than a writing utensil and a proper canvas for the words.

lastrealindians:

Native women speaking out against violence by Brandon Ecoffey
RAPID CITY — Some say that a picture can speak a thousand words: Some however, can do more than that.
A photo posted by First Nations woman, Sarah Rainville, on Twitter, along with hashtag #ImNotNext, has gone viral and is giving those who are fed up with the high rates of violent crime against indigenous women in Canada a far reaching platform to speak from.
Rainville, 25, a citizen of the Soto First Nation from Sakimay, SK, chose to take her own personal message to social media. The catalyst for Renville’s revelation to post the photo and create the hashtag came about in response to a different social media campaign that asked the question #AmINext. #AmINext was intended to create awareness about the high rates of violence against Indigenous women in Canada. However, Rainville, felt that a more powerful and empowering message was more appropriate.
“I would never go to Canada and ask if I am next. It is time we lift our people I am not going to be next. My people are not going to be next. And my children are not going to be next,” said Rainville. “I am not next I don’t want to be next,” said Rainville. “This was not from a victim’s standpoint or from a place of fear.”
READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/native-women-speaking-out-against-violence-by-brandon-ecoffey/

lastrealindians:

Native women speaking out against violence by Brandon Ecoffey

RAPID CITY — Some say that a picture can speak a thousand words: Some however, can do more than that.

A photo posted by First Nations woman, Sarah Rainville, on Twitter, along with hashtag #ImNotNext, has gone viral and is giving those who are fed up with the high rates of violent crime against indigenous women in Canada a far reaching platform to speak from.

Rainville, 25, a citizen of the Soto First Nation from Sakimay, SK, chose to take her own personal message to social media. The catalyst for Renville’s revelation to post the photo and create the hashtag came about in response to a different social media campaign that asked the question #AmINext. #AmINext was intended to create awareness about the high rates of violence against Indigenous women in Canada. However, Rainville, felt that a more powerful and empowering message was more appropriate.

“I would never go to Canada and ask if I am next. It is time we lift our people I am not going to be next. My people are not going to be next. And my children are not going to be next,” said Rainville. “I am not next I don’t want to be next,” said Rainville. “This was not from a victim’s standpoint or from a place of fear.”

READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/native-women-speaking-out-against-violence-by-brandon-ecoffey/

jewishamericanhorrorstory:

Friendly reminder that people of all religions can be witches and that witchcraft is not something inherently religious 

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straker1980:

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surimistick:

at first i tought it was cappuccino

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