The civil rights of people of color are Human Rights
The civil rights of women are Human Rights
The civil rights of LGBTQ people are Human Rights.
The Civil Rights of Immigrants are Human Rights.
The right of equal access to schools, housing and medical care
are Human Rights.
We seek the liberation of all human beings from all forms
This Pride Month, 2018, let us speak of liberation.
Let us unite with people of good will regardless of race, creed, gender,
gender identity, sexuality, religion, and political affiliation; let us unite to
liberate ourselves from the stifling oppression of a corrupt and toxic patriarchy.
The best way to honor those who died is for the living to protect and defend
our democracy and the rule of law.
That’s why I have prefaced this post with my concerns about Trump’s immigration policies and the 1500 ‘lost’ children.
Update May 26, 2018
There is more news regarding the Trump Administration’s Immigration
Claudia Patricia Gomez Gonzalez traveled 1,500 miles to the United States, hoping to find a job and a better future. Shortly after she set foot in Texas, a Border Patrol agent shot and killed her.
Gomez Gonzalez’s shooting Wednesday drew international attention after a bystander posted video of the aftermath on Facebook Live, showing her lying on the ground, bleeding.
And this guy is Scott Lloyd, the Director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)
Call him at 202-401-9246 and ask him to find the missing children. #WhereAreTheChildren
This is E. Scott Lloyd, he is the Director of The Office of Refugee Resettlement in DHHS. He is responsible for the missing children. Phone: 202-401-9246 Fax: 202-401-0981 #WhereAreTheChildren Pass this along please. – R/T pic.twitter.com/2xw8AwUKBt