The cutest set for summer - @jessmichael in the Limonada set 🍋
CALEXICO BANDANA PRINT HAS ARRIVED🚨
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The Soleil in Daisy on @sofiareynal 🌼 Pair it back with your summer essentials. More than just swim.
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Seriously massive thank you to all of you. 25% off site wide for 25 hours to celebrate 25K followers code: THANKYOU25K babe: @belle_luciaSeriously massive thank you to all of you. 25% off site wide for 25 hours to celebrate 25K followers code: THANKYOU25K babe: @belle_lucia 📸: @burnt_breakfast & @pixpop slaying the new Monty 1 piece #babestatus #poolside #palmsprings #damngirl #getitgirl
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Bright blue crinkle.
@dominiquelissa wearing The Sofie + The Serenity 💙
@beth.walkemeyer throwing back to the Euro summer. A girl can only dream 💫
The Sasha + Sign in new Mint Lurex.
soaking up the sweetness of simplicity on a soul level these days — in embracing the notion that we already have everything we need to besoaking up the sweetness of simplicity on a soul level these days — in embracing the notion that we already have everything we need to be whole, it’s a constant push/pull to say no to a society trying to convince us otherwise 💭 to many more summer picnics, painting, good music, & conversations that leave me buzzin like a lil bumblebee
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From the dehumanizing language and policy of this administration, to the history of white women using the performative “quiver of fear”From the dehumanizing language and policy of this administration, to the history of white women using the performative “quiver of fear” when calling the police on black men, to police brutality, the system is working exactly how it was designed.
The system is not broken. This is the expansive and intricate system of dehumanization that was constructed to support white supremacy and slavery. Like every genocide in recorded history, racism started with dehumanization.
The system is more complex now and supported by policy. One thing remains at the center: We, the white folks, are the conduit for the system. It was built to serve us. When we do nothing it surges through us. To end racism, we have to break the system. We have to see it and fight against it - we have to be anti-racist. There are many ways to break and rebuild. But here’s what I know for sure:
The most important anti-racism work I’ve done over the past 20 years and that I’m still doing (every single day) is taught and led by people with the lived experience of racial oppression - NOT white people. This includes my professors, writers, activists, bosses, and mentors. For me, it’s also about seeing, sharing, and honoring the lived experiences of my friends whose realities are/were clearly different than mine.
Our job is to seek out the teaching, value it, submit to the pain of learning without asking our teachers to absolve us or add our emotions to their load, and know that being held accountable is hard and painful. And we have to act.
There are many teachers who are leading the way. Here are some teachers that I follow and who are doing critical work right now.
Austin Channing Brown (the The Next Question)
Dr. Bernice King (on MSNBC today at 1:45EST and has an important series on FB)
Dr. Clint Smith (June 3 event)
Prof. Ibram Kendi (on Unlocking Us this week)
Rachel Cargle (Public address on revolution available now)
If you know of other teachers - please leave them in the comments and we'll put together a list.
Amplify their voices and their work. Buy their books. Take their classes. Break the system. ...read more
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