The wise, inspiring folks at One Million Vaginas have done it again, helping reframe Trump’s attempt to disempower women into an empowerment meme.
Feel free to sprinkle these hashtags as well!
#GrabHimByTheBallot #NeverTrump #RapeCulture #SexualAssault
So please, all my American friends/readers, and all YOUR American friends, help the world out by grabbing November 8th by the ballot:
- Don’t vote for Trump.
- Don’t vote for Republicans, who have brutally disrespected women for far too long.
- If you’re living where a Democracy for America [Bernie Sanders] endorsed candidate is running, support them.
Because it’s 2016…and we still have lots of work to do to fuck the patriarchy.
Lean in! 🙂
I so hope you had a wonderful Indigenous Peoples’ Day yesterday!
In “America” there is a movement to replace the systemically racist Columbus Day. It’s spreading briskly; soon it may reach the 100th Monkey and spread across Turtle Island.
In Canada, we had Thanksgiving Day, for all the cornucopia reasons you can think of.
But as thinking citizens and all around justice-seeking individuals, we all have a role to play in leading our leaders into the pristine pastures of a richer community with greater reconciliation and cultural peace.
And please, let’s not let “America” beat us to the closer-to-utopia place of eradicating systemic racism. Let’s put on our toques, re-tape our hockey sticks and fix Thanksgiving.
And while we’re at it, let’s help Edmonton change their football Eskimos name. Here are some simple tactics to get that done!
And on the way, check out all the “American” places that are ahead of most of “Canada” with Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Columbus Day is Institutionalized Racism
In Canada, we celebrate Thanksgiving Day today, a slight improvement on Columbus day, which institutionalizes systemic racism.
Columbus Day celebrates white supremacy. It’s time to stop that now. If you need some elaboration, read this.
Seattle did it 2 years ago. Now Vermont has figured out a first step in a solution: turning Columbus Day into Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The rest of it involves human engagement, some truth, some reconciliation and building a new future with dignity and respect.
So go out there and learn the maps of pre-colonial “Canada,” “USA,” and Mexico.