Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, fuming over the mysterious placement of white flags atop the towers of the Brooklyn Bridge. (via latimes)
"Political and social expression, whatever its message may be, has a place in our society, but not at the expense of others’ security."
Why reflect on the message when we can dismiss the authors by implying they’re a threat to society?
“Let it shine.”
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"I do not support the fact that Israeli flags were burned, but unfortunately this is what the media will remember. It is transforming it into a racial conflict." via
My neighborhood this afternoon
“The character and image of Black Pete perpetuate a stereotyped image of African people and people of African descent as second-class citizens, fostering an underlying sense of inferiority within Dutch society and stirring racial differences as well as racism,” [Verene Shepherd, adviser to the United Nations on cultural affairs] wrote.
# Two Llamas and Susan Sarandon