The police murdered George Floyd and the protest against is completely justified and should continue until their demands are met.”The union shared Burch’s sentiment. “This system has failed all of us in the working class, from the coronavirus to the economic crisis we are facing,” their statement read. “But the system has failed people of color and black Americans and black youth more than anyone else.”The union added:In ATU we have a saying: “NOT ONE MORE” when dealing with driver assaults, which in some cases have led to members being murdered while doing their job.
Invisibility What a Birthday Gift!On the morning of my fifty first birthday, I had become an invisible woman, which as far as this young cashier was concerned, also meant useless, insignificant, unimportant, valueless, and just not there. I walked out of the store, got into my car, put the now sneering coffee cup into the cup holder, and looked in the lighted mirror on my visor. I saw myself, my face, ME.
KB: I focus on a couple of things usually: misogyny, racism, sexism, and transphobia. And I think the thing that makes my channel unique is that I am somebody who is a trans person but also a black woman. There are very specific intersections that come with that, and sometimes the ways in which I’m treated are influenced by racism, sometimes they’re influenced by transphobia, oftentimes it’s a combination of both.
However, all PGA Tour players have the opportunity to use the same device just as all players can use an oversize driver, or a longer shaft in their clubs, or a Hybrid club, etc. If available to all, then I find it fair. As long as everyone goes by the same set of rules, nobody has an advantage.
The Popol Vuh: The Mayan Story of CreationUnderstandably perhaps the majority of hub pages devoted to the subject of native Americans concentrate on the peoples of North America. But of course the native populations of central and south America once formed major and very significant civilisations, and even empires. One such were the Maya, much in the news in 2012 because of the strange (modern) beliefs of some people that the Mayans accurately predicted the end of the world.
For 16 tracks, it barely takes a breath.There are hints of acid house to songs like “Free Woman”, which sounds not unlike Robyn La Bagatelle Magique’s “Love is Free”, while “Alice” is electronica by way of garage. Elsewhere, Gaga finds humour in the hyper theatrical: “We can party like it’s BC/ With a pretty, 16th century smile,” she sings on “Babylon”, which samples New Order and Ozio and wouldn’t sound out of place on RuPaul’s Drag Race.Despite its extroverted sound, Chromatica is a deeply introspective album. These are anthems of self doubt, self reflection, self destruction and self reclamation, sung by someone who has lived through sexual assault, chronic illness and debilitating depression.