I wanted to bring light to what’s happening in Sudan but mainly the fact that, for some reason, when certain things are no longer “trending” in this generation, we seem to forget, disregard and turn a blind eye towards crises as though injustice has stopped occurring. Sudan is still in a horrible condition. People are still dying and getting treated in an inhumane barbaric manner. There is still no internet, hence why we have limited knowledge on the brutal torture occurring as we speak. Don’t stop posting about what’s going on Sudan solely because your friends aren’t posting about it anymore. Don’t stop raising awareness and doing everything you can in your power to help to do. Sudan still needs our help - i’m aware we can’t do as much as we want just through our phone screens but keeping them in our prayers is the least we can do and sharing the situation is a significant factor in ensuring first world countries take action and aid those being raped murdered. Don’t forget about Sudan. Let us ensure we refrain from consigning this situation to oblivion. Things haven’t gotten better just because the “hype” about it is over. Let us ensure we - as a community - refrain from consigning this situation to oblivion. Keep yourself updated and educate yourself as much as you can about what’s going on.
Today’s is the first day of #yulindogmeatfestival festival where thousand of dogs and cats are being slaughtered for meat,which makes so many people outraged, while approx 70 BILLION FARM ANIMALS are being SLAUGHTERED FOR FOOD each year around the world, yet not many care as much. Theres NO DIFFERENCE between a cat a cow a dog or a chicken, they all are capable to be playful learn tricks and feel love or pain! The only difference is your perception. CHOOSE A MORAL LIFE-GO VEGAN 🌱 picture was taken at a vigil organized by @lasvegasanimalsave and in the back are the empty cages of chickens that just entered the slaughterhouse where their short life soon will be ended.
“Today, we marched a very short distance compared to the distance that we have to march to full liberation. But when you’re on that march, I ask you to look over your shoulders, look behind you and look to see who’s missing.” - Ashlee Marie Preston at Black Women’s March Sacramento
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The beauty of this rugged coastline has completely blown my mind. This was a shot from sunrise this morning 💕 🌊
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While veganism is a lifestyle, not a diet, it’s important to thrive on a vegan diet and act as a good example for others (both nonvegan and vegan). Proper nutrition has a direct impact on almost all aspects of life and is critical for maintaining a fulfilling lifestyle 🌱🥬🥑
To all the trumpets (and others ) who claim allyship ~ you can’t be an ally and support those harming the lgbtqia community.
If you’d upport someone making things hard and hurting a community then you are complacent in that abuse.
No one is immune to #tuberculosis. All you have to do is breathe. Dr Sifumba, a member of @tbproof shares her story below ⬇️ check it out
Dr Zolelwa Sifumba contracted multi-drug resistant TB in 2012 while completing her medical degree as a student at the University of Cape Town in South Africa 🇿🇦, and during the 18 months she spent on treatment she pushed her faculty to radically overhaul its approach to occupational health. ----
---- “I was infected on my hospital rounds. At the time infection control at some of the hospitals, we worked in was not strict – finding a protective mask was often difficult or impossible, and there was a bit of a culture of medical students not wearing masks, as if we were somehow immune,” Sifumba recalls. : 📸:@jellekrings ----
---- Zolelwa and her story form a part of a 2019 World TB Day🔴 photo series commissioned by Doctors without Borders in South Africa to celebrate the contribution local TB advocates have made in the fight against TB, to inspire a generation of future TB Leaders.