okay but why don’t more people talk about Night at the Museum like
poc characters and people being portrayed by poc people
this movie is so good
and it has one of the funniest, best, most ridiculous friendships in movie history
and you have Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt I mean
and if all that didn’t convince you there’s also a t-Rex skeleton that plays fetch with one of its own ribs
when ur left alone in an unfamiliar room
This is the young man that was walking with Mike Brown,
Dorian Johnson yall. Confident and clear. Bless him.
Fuck man. /:
"Peter, what is the matter with you? You love this girl with all your heart and soul. Does she know that? Have you told her? Give her that. The rest of it is up to her. And you don’t have forever. None of us ever do.”
See their tactics? See how they NEED to create human shield myths to create some sort of moral highground for themselves?
A few brothers picked up a homeless man, fed him, clothed him and cleaned him up all for Allāh’s sake. They gave him dawah and he later accepted Islam. In the photo, one of the brothers is teaching him how to pray salaat. People like this fill my heart with so much love, hope and faith. Maa shaa Allah, may Allah bless the brothers who helped the homeless man. May Allah give them the highest level of Junnah. May he be protected from all harm. Ameen.
Ameeeen this is so beautiful!!❤️
What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.
What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse
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