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Jordan N. DeLoach
Black and queer artist, writer, and editor. Radical troublemaker, lovegiver, and survivor. She/her. DMV baby. Mumble sauce.
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DECRIMNOW DC 4h
30 minutes! Come chill with us from 6 - 8 PM at the DECRIMNOW Pop Up. Get free merch, see some poets and singers, and pregame with us if you like. ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ Itโ€™ll be lit.
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Nnenna, ESQ. 22h
Love to my amazing friend and sister . Truly a gift to this world.
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#AbolitionMeansNoPrisons Nov 14
This , celebrate trans life and liberation with artwork and poetry from โ€™s Trans Day of Resilience project. Read this piece by 2019 TDOR poet and download the chapbook. - this is stunning piece of art. Read it.
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SKYNSAWFT Nov 14
โ€œWe Have Never Asked Permissionโ€ A painting I created in collaboration with my amazing partner for โ€˜s Trans Day of Resilience art project to reimagine the life span of Black Trans Women. Dream with us at
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State Voices 12h
"My dad taught me that protecting the earth is a responsibility, the same way our ancestors had the responsibility to do so. Those were the teachings I grew up with." โ€”Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, youth director of
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BlackLivesMatter DC 13h
Good Morning! FREE Street Medic Training on us! and is hosting gun shot and asthma attack emergency response training for people who live where shootings occur. Saturday,Nov.16th 12pm at Covenant Baptist Church. Register here-->
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Nnenna, ESQ. 22h
Can we give a shoutout to for escalating and forcing the conversation around cash bail. Itโ€™s so unpopular to not take a stance against cash bail, particularly from a gendered perspective. The bail outs in 2017 transformed me as an organizer.
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Breya M. Johnson Nov 14
โ€œBlack women are inherently valuable. โ€œ
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Nnenna, ESQ. 22h
White Latinx when losing control over indigenous and Black land,labor,resources:
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BYP100 Nov 14
Incarceration is much more than just being locked up in a prison or jail. Across the US, more than 10 million people on probation, parole, and under electronic monitoring are caught up in our carceral system. Itโ€™s time for and a
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๐•ฒ๐–”๐–™๐– ๐•ต๐–†๐–ˆ๐–๐–Ž๐–Š ๐•ญ๐–š๐–—๐–๐–๐–†๐–—๐–™ Nov 14
Replying to @gothjackieburk
I aspire to someday be as cool as this girl
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Jordan N. DeLoach Nov 14
Replying to @ok_beloved
SPEAK ON IT COMRADE
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OK Nov 14
You donโ€™t have to be a fed to engage in fed behavior.
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DecrimNY Nov 14
The resolution aims to decriminalize sex work by โ€œremoving criminal and civil penalties related to consensual sex work and addressing structural inequities that impede the safety, dignity, and wellbeing of all individualsโ€
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State Voices Nov 14
Indigenous Women Rising, , is a collective in New Mexico that pushes for reproductive justice, TLGBQIA+ justice, and overall liberation for Native and Indigenous people. They're about that life, and you should be too.
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#AbolitionMeansNoPrisons Nov 14
If someone wants to fund a NYC-based learning cohort that wants to launch in January, we'll need $20,000 ($15,000 will be going towards participant stipends). Reach out if interested.
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#AbolitionMeansNoPrisons Nov 14
Pay attention to what these policy orgs are actually saying... they want to end OVER or MASS incarceration. What does that leave untouched or undisturbed?
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Black Leaders Organizing for Change Nov 14
From public safety and transportation to education and housing, Baltimore City residents deserve a voice! Take the survey to weigh in on how city leadership should invest in our communities:
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BYP100 Nov 14
Incarcerated people deserve basic human dignity. But too often, our legal system ignores and strips away the humanity of incarcerated individuals. BYP100 is proud to support The Peopleโ€™s & affirm the dignity of all those harmed the criminal injustice system.
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Collective Action for Safe Spaces Nov 14
๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ We are the ones weโ€™ve been waiting for! A special shoutout to and Shareese for their passionate truth-telling when we met with โ€™s office. This is a huge step for our collective investment in safety and support for sex workers!
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