Det har været nogle ret intense uger op til valget grundet bachelor skrivning, frivilligt arbejde, engagement i mit lokale område samt den politiske tone der har været i debatten rettet mod bestemte befolkningsgrupper der ikke er andet end ødelæggende for os alle!
Bwalya Sørensen står mig meget nær, og er en af de stærkeste kvinder og Menneskerettighedsforkæmpere jeg kender i DK. Jeg mødte Bwalya for omkring 3 år siden, og siden da og via hendes fantastiske arbejde blev jeg inspireret til at holde taler ved demonstrationer såsom Vridsløselille fængslet samt FN’s internationale dag mod racisme. Jeg fik skabt mig en platform, hvor jeg kunne være den stemme jeg selv syntes manglede i den danske debat.
Der er behov for en ny politisk kultur, og et opgør mod den ekskluderende, marginaliserende og negative omtale af danske muslimer, flygtninge, invandrere, udsatte mennesker, syge mm. der ikke skaber andet end splittelse!
Det har været en hård kamp, men med troen på Gud og opbakning fra min dejlige skønne familie og venner formår man at få alt til at køre rundt. Alhamdulillah.
Tak til hele holdet bag dokumentaren, som på så kort tid har formået at skabe noget så stærkt! Det er mange mange timers optagelser, som er blevet klippet ned til ca. 45 min, hvilket vil sige at der selvfølgelig er nogle ting som ikke er kommet med. Men på trods af det er det stærke personligheder med humor der nok skal nå ud til alle. InshaAllah.
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Følg med i aften 21:30 på DR2, eller nu;
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You gave me just what I needed.
In March of this year, I was honored to have been a part of an evening of dining and discussion with Representative Brad Schneider. We discussed the issue of Human Rights violations in Pakistan. Specifically, in the province of Sindh. We spoke of how we could act against those committing these violations and I, along with the board members of the Sindhi American Political Action Committee, lauded Rep. Schneider for his constant support of the Sindhi people along with his efforts to better their situation. It was truly an honor to help in the preparation of and to participate in this wonderful, intimate dinner with a person who actively works to improve the lives of the Sindhi people. The next day, I visited the Museum of the American-Indian and I was reminded of Native people across the globe, especially in the Americas, who have suffered and continue to suffer human rights abuses. It was harrowing to learn the detailed history of the subjugation of Native Americans. At the same time, I witnessed Native American culture I hadn't been fully aware of before, that not only survived erasure, but continues to thrive today. It was not only beautiful but inspiring to see the culture and history of many Native Nations. I was very grateful to have been given the opportunity to go to D.C. again and to experience all that I did. #washingtondc#nativeamericanmuseum#nativeamericancultures#sindhi#sindhiamerican#humanrights#bradschneider#houseofrepresentatives#sindhiculture#socialactivism#activism#humanrightsactivist
Dem der kender mig og min familie ved hvor engageret vi er i frivilligt arbejde og at vi gør vores bedste og ypperste for at skabe brobygning og sammenhold i det danske samfund. Vi ALLE ved, at der altid har været en ret grim tone i debatten omkring Danske Muslimer når der skal snakkes om politik mm. og at der især har været det her den seneste stykke tid. INGEN skal finde sig i undertrykkelse og diskrimination fra vores lederes samt politikeres side af da det er dem der skal føre os frem og ikke tilbage. Når der sker uretfærdigheder, er det vores alles pligt at gøre noget ved det. Når der ikke er en stemme derude der taler for dig, så bliv den stemme! Og det er det jeg og min vidunderlige familie har valgt at gøre. Imorgen, 21:30 kan man på DR2 se den mere aktivistiske side af mig og nogle andre stærke mennesker der ønsker en forandring! Jeg håber I vil se med, da det er en dokumentar med et STÆRKT budskab og en dokumentar der er brug for i dansk TV! Love to ya all!❤️🌹🌸😘 #humanrights#denmark#politik#humanrightsactivist#alhamdulillah#bethechangeyouwishtosee#fightforlove#diversity#multiculturalism#behappy#family#flowers#color#colorful#yellow
In domestic violence situations it takes on average 4 attempts to get out.... trafficking is almost double that!
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Florida lawmakers proposed a bill that would make Pulse nightclub a national memorial, days before the third anniversary of the mass shooting at the Orlando venue. Democratic U.S. Reps. Darren Soto, Stephanie Murphy and Val Demings introduced legislation that would designate the now-closed Pulse in Orange County as a federal landmark to honor the 49 people killed in the deadliest act of violence against LGBTQ people in recent U.S. history. “The memorial will serve as a reminder of the remarkable way our community came together to heal and overcome hate,” Soto said Monday to a crowd in front of Pulse’s interim memorial. “We recognize the need to preserve LGBTQ historic sites because of cases like the Matthew Shepard Memorial, which have been deliberately destroyed over time without these protections. Let the Pulse Memorial become a symbol of hope, love and light.” // 📸: Getty Images
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Wrote a teeny little piece (I could write a book tbh) for Contraception Zine about how the pill fucked my mental health. This was my own personal experience; the pill may work wonders for you and that's great. But women deserve better than a one-size fits all approach, and to know what we are putting into our bodies and how these pills may impact us. You aren't told in that 5 minute appointment that if you've got a personal or family history of depression then certain types of the pill *could* make your mental health worse. It would have taken less than a minute for the sexual health nurse to scan through my medical records and find that this pill she was pushing on me was a really bad idea. Less than a minute and a year of my life that ensued may not have been so horrific. But you live and learn right?
Contraception Zine has some great advice on what can seem a really daunting subject so give it a read! And please do your own research on contraception and get a second opinion before taking anything if you don't feel comfortable with what's being offered to you. It's your body and you deserve complete transparency. More adventures from me and the pill coming soon 💛
Child Sex Trafficking... minors being sold to perform sexual acts on adults....This has to end!
We must do better in protecting the most vulnerable. Join us as we start conversations regarding how to fight this crime in the US. Make sure your sphere of influence is aware it is happening and what they can do to help stop it.
Hello everyone how are you all .
Still waiting a lot to come through ,
When others are working with you, it is a waiting time for others to finish the end result .
I appreciate their time and effort ,
Because it has took me almost over two years to finish writing it .
Especially my memoir which will be next to publish .
Decisions and other things that got in the way , delays were expected ,
Sooner or later something has to change one way or other .
Criminal justice system how it works for victims , I feel it takes a lot of your energy away from you physically and mentally,
The waiting time ,
If things will change then one has to put your energy somewhere your voice can be heard !
Everyone has a role and responsibility either you are working in authority role and public figure.
acknowledge the facts and change it
Manal al-Sharif is a Saudi Arabian women's right activist who helped start a women's right to drive campaign in 2011🚘🚗. She just wanted to drive and she went to jail amd was almost killed!! Support this, lets find equality together!! Does this inspires you? Live a comment below 👇
Ogni giorno un gesto concreto.
Stop child Abuse!
SkillsJet celebrates and wishes you a Happy Birthday Miss Bernice, CEO at Together For Youths Association. Your love and humaniterean gestures speaks, We pray God continue blessing you more and more...
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We pray that a permanent solution will be found as soon as possible In Sudan.. Let's join our brothers and sisters from Sudan to find peace .
Across the country, there is a wave of extreme bans on abortion, stripping away reproductive freedom and representing an all-out assault on abortion access. This particularly affects people of color and low-income communities. Activists gathered in Foley Square to protest the recent abortion bans and demand reproductive freedom. .
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#sonobambinanonunasposa “Sono qui oggi perché voglio un mondo migliore, un mondo nel quale ognuno possa avere un’opportunità; quell’opportunità che le nostre madri e le nostre nonne
hanno potuto solo sognare!” Michelle Obama 🌸❤️
Surpassing even the gun and drug trade. If you think of this crime as a business, traffickers have discovered they can sell a person over and over while they can only sell a gun or drug once. This needs to end!
Join us as we fight to stop these predators! Become a Guardian today and start seeing the impact a few dollars a month can make!
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The horrific and sickening happenings in South Sudan are breaking my heart. 💔 I am so angry that I am shaking with rage while tears roll down my face. 😭 🇸🇩😭
But what hurts more than the news itself, is the lack of outrage and action and what seems to be the lack of drive from our world leaders to help stop this violence, abuse and vile genocide of truly innocence people. How are we still here? How? 😰😡
In my undergrad degree, I studied much of this part of the world and in particularly, South Sudan. I had to read countless articles, reports and watch documentaries on the violence, ethnic cleansing, raping of children and women, child slave soldiers, starvation, corruption and famine these people endure. All occurring while wealthy developed countries exploited the Sudanese’s natural resources, proactively turning a blind eye to these horrendous violations of human rights and lack of regard for human life. 😫
This subject broke my heart. I literally cried after every lecture and all through my final essay. But as hard as it was for me to read, to study this subject, I kept thinking, if it’s hard to simply read, how these poor people endure and live through this is simply incomprehensible. 😥💔
This was in 2007 & during this time I started volunteering with South Sudanese refugees in SA. 🙏🏻At the end of the subject, inspired by these incredibly brave people and their optimism, I thought things have got to get better, the international community surely cannot let this go on!? But in 2019, more than a decade later here we are again. 😡
When one person’s rights are violated, all people’s rights are violated. When we let dictatorship stand globally, we unconsciously give them rise in our own world locally. No one is free until we are all free to live and access our basic human rights. 💚💪🏻
I know this stuff is hard to consume, but it bloody matters. Simply imagine, what would you want your fellow humans to do if this was happening in your own country to you and your family? Act from that place. Act from empathy. Sudan needs more empathic responders and more support. Don’t turn your back on these people. Please. Do your part. 🙏🏻
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We stand with and pray for Sudan. Speak up about this crisis, bring attention to it. Raise your voices. Don’t just expect prayers to help, stand up for the fellow human beings who are suffering from oppression and violence. We can’t expect change if we don’t say or do anything. Use your voices to create change and bring an end to this suffering. Use your voices to initiate peace. #prayforsudan#sudan#sudanuprising#humanrights#activist#humanrightsactivist#sudanrevolts
Here's your monthly public health post 📜
Do you stay educated on how your state ranks in health care, education, economy, infrastructure, environment, and crime and connections? I do 🙋🏻♀️
For a third year in a row Louisiana has been ranked 50th overall (that's last). In health care, 45th and education, 48th
Wanna know what the research tells us? It tells us that Louisiana has a population that is made up of 32% of African Americans and "our long history of racial subjugation and discriminatory measures against African-Americans has been a damper on state economic, social and cultural health,” (Cross, 2019)
I know that efforts are changing, but community members have to see themselves as the researchers too. Making informed decisions that can't be made for us, but by us that Ultimately benefit us in the end. Additionally, more involvement of community members by health promotion programs implemented by LHD (CBPR) is needed in the state of Louisiana
How about it? Can we make health, social and cultural equality just as important and popular as our food and bon temps Louisiana? #yeswecanLA
Reed, D., (2019) Students, faculty weigh-in on Louisiana's last place ranking. Retrieved from: https://www.thevermilion.com/news/students-faculty-weigh-in-on-louisiana-s-last-place-ranking/article_da247988-8d40-11e9-9a86-77ecfdf74e97.html
🙏🌍 Excited to share my interview with @malalafund. -
Changing the world is an act of courage. Our communities are filled with courageous people that believe in the power of persisting. -
Advocating is a challenge that many of us don’t take on by choice. To all my world changers, we can do this.
During this night in 1912 the RMS Titanic would sink to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The Unsinkable Molly Brown, however, would not. Daughter of Irish Catholic immigrants, Margaret Brown and her husband James Joseph Brown had gained enormous wealth after a mining success. As with what “they” called “new money” Margaret made her way into the upper class but used her position as a socialite to achieve great things as a philanthropist, such as providing mining families with food and basic necessities. In 1909 she separated from her husband with who she had two children, and agreed on a settlement which still left her with a substantial amount of money. Brown boarded the Titanic as a first class passenger in Cherbourg after traveling through Egypt with the Astor’s honeymoon party. During the sinking Molly Brown is heroically remembered for helping many fellow passengers into lifeboats before boarding Lifeboat 6 herself. Aboard Lifeboat 6 she repeatedly demanded that they would return their half empty lifeboat to save many others but Quartermaster Robert Hichens refused. Witnesses claim that she even threatened to throw some of the crewmen overboard if they did not return. It’s unknown whether they eventually returned. Once aboard the Carpathia, Brown helped organize a survivors committee which provided essentials for the second and third class passengers. She even spent her time talking to everyone who needed to, as a way of counseling. After the tragedy she remained involved in human rights activism, ran for senate years before women were even allowed to vote, served as a humanitarian in France during World War One and later worked as an actress. ▪
Margaret Brown died in 1932 from a brain tumor. ▪
Don’t forget to check out my page for previous Titanic stories!
can we make the fact that climate change may be irreversible in 11 years go viral pls ty