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princesslrh·2 days agoPhoto

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..:* :**:. l u k e h e m m i n g s .:**:.*.:.

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princesslrh·2 days agoPhoto

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Yoooo lemme bless your dashboard

(Feel free to add your pics too 😏😏)

the good energy in this post,,,

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princesslrh·2 days agoPhoto

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luke laughing is literally the most beautiful thing
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princesslrh·2 days agoText

helio-chromic:

helio-chromic:

I want it to be known that police brutality cases such as George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are not specific to the US. It happens in the UK too. It’s been happening for a long time. Usually, you hear about it once in the news, then it’s gone, or it’s buried, only to resurface years later when the cops are found “not guilty.” But these people shouldn’t just be dead and then that’s it. They were all hurt and killed by the pervasive racism in our country and in our “justice” system

1985

  • 28 September - Cherry Groce x, x
  • 5 October - Cynthia Jarrett x

1992

  • 21, 27 November - Leon Patterson x (arrested in 21st, died on 27th)

1993

  • 28 July - Joy Gardner x, x

1994

  • 16 December - Oluwashijibomi Lapite x, x

1995

  • 2, 7 May - Brian Douglas x, x (arrested on 2nd, died on 7th)
  • 8 December - Alton Manning x, x

1998

  • 1 April - Christopher Alder x, x
  • 30 October - Rocky Bennett x (nb// n-word), x

1999

  • 11, 19 January - Roger Sylvester x, x (arrested on 11th, died on 19th)

2001

  • 16 July - Derek Bennett x, x, x
  • 22 November - Ricky Bishop x, x

2003

  • 7 September - Michael Powell x, x

2005

  • 30 April - Azelle Rodney x, x, x
  • 22 July - Jean Charles de Menezes x, x 

2007

  • 13 September - Mark Nunes x, x, x

2008

  • 3 July - Habib Ullah x, x
  • 21 August - Sean Rigg x, x

2010

  • 4 September - Seni Lewis x, x
  • 12 October - Jimmy Mubenga x, x

2011

  • 15 March -  Smiley Culture (nb// his death is officially a suicide so the articles could potentially be triggering) xx
  • 31 March - Kingsley Burrell x, x, x
  • 31 May - Demetre Fraser x, x
  • 4 August - Mark Duggan x, x
  • 22 August - Jacob Michael x, x, x

2012

  • 3 March - Anthony Grainger x, xx

2013

  • 6 May - Julian Cole x, x
  • 4 November - Leon Briggs x, xx

2014

  • 20 February - Faruk Ali (nb// ableism/anti-autism) x, x, x 
  • 12 August - Aston McLean x, x
  • December - Adrian Thompson x
  • 22 December - Adrian McDonald x, x

2015

  • 3 May - Sheku Bayoh x, x, x
  • 4 July - Daniel Adewole x, x
  • 11 December - Jermaine Baker x, x, x

2016

  • 11 January - Sarah Reed x, x 
  • 13 July - Mzee Mohammed Daley x, x

2017 - x

  • 15, 21 June - Edson da Costa x, x (arrested on 15th, died on 21st)
  • July - Shane Bryant x, x
  • 10, 19 July - Darren Cumberbatch x, x (arrested on 10th, died on 19th)
  • 23 July - Rashan Charles x, x
  • 24 November - Nuno Cardoso x, x

2018

  • 9 March - Kevin Clarke x, x

2019

  • 15 March - Trevor Smith x 

2020

  • 5 April - Belly Mujinga x, x

This is as many as I could find right now. If I’ve missed one or you hear of another case, please send me an ask and I’ll add it ASAP

Other links

  • Blackout Community - a big ass masterpost with links for donating/signing/protesting, mental health & self-care
  • Ways you can help - a full and very comprehensive list of petitions to sign, numbers to text/call, places to donate to, tips for protesters and more

Alright lads, I’ve updated it so don’t just like, reblog this version too

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princesslrh·3 days agoText

cherrybxrry:

thank you for saying what has been on my mind all day.

outer-spacewildflower:

So apparently, according to the 5sos stans on twitter..; If you tweet quick enough, you’ll be considered woke. If you take your time to think about how to word yourself, you’re not woke at all and deserve to rot in hell.

It doesn’t matter what you tweet, tho, to be considered woke. I mean, Luke and Michael simply retweeted/shared others posts on their instagram stories. Ashton and Calum used their own words, a few days later (but not quick enough!) Ashton used the longest (four whole days!) and therefore, he’s a fake activist and deserve to be harassed.

Because this makes sense, right? Your own words doesn’t matter as much as a quick retweet, right?

In my honest opinion, twitter stans are pathetic and toxic as fuck. In stead of using their anger on the people they should (the police officers, the government, the anti-racist, you know..) they choose to be mad at celebrities, for the strangest reasons (not speaking quick enough, not using the right words, not spreading the right links, not being able to controll what their fans say to others..) Seriously, saying something a few days later is better than not at all!

What is worse, is that most of the people who are angry at celebrities, are white people, who only cares about poc’s when a person dies or brutality is caught on camera. They don’t care about the racism poc’s experience every single day, they don’t care about the constant oppression and they most certainly doesn’t care when they see racism unfold with their own eyes. They can walk down a street, see obvious racism go down, go «meh 🤷‍♀️» and keep on walking.

This «holier than thou» attitude twitter stans got is bullshit, because they only care when a life is taken and not otherwise! That’s how far it has to go for white people to care.

Look at the facts though; George Floyd should not have died, he deserved to live, he didn’t do anything wrong. It was the police officers who did wrong, who killed an innocent man, and it’s the police officers and law enforcement people should be mad at.

BEING MAD AT CELEBRITIES WHO HAVE NO CONTROLL OVER THAT SITUATION, WHO SPEAKS OUT THE WAY THEY CAN, WHEN THEY CAN, DOESN’T HELP ANYONE! YOU ARE WASTING YOUR TIME AND ENERGY ON THE WRONG PEOPLE!

Black lives matters, always! Not just sometimes, or when celebrities says something.

Seriously.. Get a grip..

There! End of my rant..

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princesslrh·3 days agoAnswer

So many people on Twitter are attacking Ashton, and maybe it’s bc I’m white and dont fully understand, but it seems to me like he’s trying? Did he do something wrong with what he tweeted?

Twitter is a hellscape where fans and people that are “trying to help” are attacking celebrities and keeping track of who to cancel instead of actually contributing to the causes they apparently “care about”. Let me say something here: it’s largely non-black people trying to police others on how to be the best activist they can be. That’s about power, and we all know how ugly stan culture is with that.

Drama isn’t what black people need. Ashton is doing his absolute best and you can tell by the way he’s talking about black lives specifically. He’s asking how he can help, he’s listening.

I’m not at all giving him special treatment for tweeting. It’s just important to see the difference of someone spectating what’s going on and someone actively trying to be a part of the conversation.

Ashton set a wonderful example, and I hope a lot of people can learn from what he did. 💓

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princesslrh·3 days agoAnswer

So many people on Twitter are attacking Ashton, and maybe it’s bc I’m white and dont fully understand, but it seems to me like he’s trying? Did he do something wrong with what he tweeted?

Twitter is a hellscape where fans and people that are “trying to help” are attacking celebrities and keeping track of who to cancel instead of actually contributing to the causes they apparently “care about”. Let me say something here: it’s largely non-black people trying to police others on how to be the best activist they can be. That’s about power, and we all know how ugly stan culture is with that.

Drama isn’t what black people need. Ashton is doing his absolute best and you can tell by the way he’s talking about black lives specifically. He’s asking how he can help, he’s listening.

I’m not at all giving him special treatment for tweeting. It’s just important to see the difference of someone spectating what’s going on and someone actively trying to be a part of the conversation.

Ashton set a wonderful example, and I hope a lot of people can learn from what he did. 💓

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princesslrh·3 days agoText

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the fact that ashton took his time to think about what to say and how he wanted to phrase tweets and replies means so much to me as a black person. meaningful conversations and standing your ground against a sea of judgement and performative activism is everything in situations like these.

it’s so valuable to confront the society that silenced those that need a voice.

being an ally is about listening and doing everything that you can to make sure you’ve made an impact, no matter if it’s talking to your family or educating yourself to be better.

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princesslrh·8 days agoPhoto

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spending the day in bed with Luke and Petunia (for soft!luke wednesday)

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princesslrh·10 days agoText

ashtonsunshine:

The symbols came before the CALM thing, though, so that worked out quite nicely. (x)

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