1. Holy places are dark places.

    (Source: celzmccelz, via untodeath)

     
  2. thedragoninmygarage:

    thatangrymedkid:

    Who am i to argue with the will of the almighty

    I couldn’t have said it better myself

    (via cuntwarrior)

     
  3. tired. need coffee. send help.

     

  4. admitted a kid for cellulitis and abscess, just had to tell the parents to stop having sex in the hospital room cause it’s disturbing the other patients and it’s inappropriate. wtf.

     

  5. I did something I told myself previously to never do in front a patient: struggle with blue latex gloves while getting ready for a testicular exam on a guy. he was my dad’s age. it was wonderful.

     
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  7. nuanced-subversion:

    is this beautiful solidarity too much for you, anon?

    (also, i feel bad for you.)

    (via dynastylnoire)

     

  8. compromisedanalintegrity:

    every white person I know is so concerned one way or another about the ice bucket challenge like shouldn’t you be concerned with the fact that investigations and prosecutions of relevant members of the Ferguson police force are being delayed and racial tensions/injustices amplified by the continued militarization of Ferguson and also how my ass tastes?

    fuck the ice bucket challenge and everyone doing it.

    (via compromisedanalintegrity)

     

  9. "Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented."
    —  Elie Wiesel (via sarajevomoja)

    (Source: officialteamgreen, via kelsey-leann)

     

  10. "

    … I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent when unarmed black people are murdered by the state and their killers shielded from punishment.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent when black grandmothers are beaten unconscious by law enforcement officers as they seek shelter across a busy highway.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent when black teenagers are gunned down like animals, but rushes to promote campaigns against “indecent” music.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent about black pain and suffering, but wants to rally to boycott a fictional television show.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent when pregnant black women are placed in chokeholds by police, but campaigns outside of abortion clinics to “protect” life.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent in the face of urban violence, poverty, and joblessness, but wants to figure out how to plant an urban church from a suburban bubble.

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent about racial disparities, but keeps singing hymns in which one has to be washed “white as snow.”

    I charge theological bankruptcy to a Christianity that is silent about racism, white privilege, and white supremacy, but wants to have conferences about doing “multicultural” ministry.

    "
    — 

    Yolanda Pierce

    (via holabrody)

    fuck yes. fuck yes x 10000

    (via locusimperium)

     

  11. "There are reasons why white gun’s rights activists can walk into a Chipotle restaurant with assault rifles and be seen as gauche nuisances while unarmed black men are killed for reaching for their wallets or cell phones, or carrying children’s toys."
     
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  13. "Why are police calling the people of Ferguson animals and yelling at them to “bring it”? Because those officers in their riot gear, with their tear gas and dogs, want a justification for slaughter. But inexplicably…we turn our attention to the rioters, the people with less power, but justifiable anger, and say, “You are the problem.” No. A cop killing an unarmed teenager who had his hands in the air is the problem. Anger is a perfectly reasonable response. So is rage.

    …How dare people preach and condescend to these people and tell them not to loot, not to riot? Yes, those are destructive forms of anger, but frankly I would rather these people take their anger out on property and products rather than on other people.

    No, I don’t support looting. But I question a society that always sees the product of the provocation and never the provocation itself. I question a society that values property over black life. But I know that our particular system of law was conceived on the founding premise that black lives are white property…

    […]

    Nothing makes white people more uncomfortable than black anger. But nothing is more threatening to black people on a systemic level than white anger. It won’t show up in mass killings. It will show up in overpolicing, mass incarceration, the gutting of the social safety net, and the occasional dead black kid. Of late, though, these killings have been far more than occasional. We should sit up and pay attention to where this trail of black bodies leads us…."
     
  14. (Source: treerings-sing, via shoor)

     
  15. (Source: detailedly, via thawrah)