🛑 #BringTyNeshaHome Who all is available to help us find Ty'Nesha Taylor TODAY in Newport News? We are holding a #SearchParty at 9am. 12386 Warwick Blvd, Newport News right behind the #Starbucks 🛑 Her family desperately needs us, even if you can't make it PLEASE share the flyer. ‼‼MISSING PERSONS Search WE NEED ALL HANDS ON DECK ‼‼ The #community is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing 30 year old Ty’Nesha Taylor. She was last seen by a family member at her mom’s house on September 1, 2021 in the Christopher Newport University area of Newport News, VA. She was wearing black pants & a black shirt with a white stripe on the sleeve. Ty’Nesha was also seen by an unknown person near the Courthouse Green area. She is 5’6”, 100 lbs with long dark brown dreads with blonde tips & brown eyes. Ty’Nesha also has a tattoo on her lower back, a chipped front tooth, dark spots & scratches on her leg & a burn mark on one of her arms. If anyone has any information regarding her whereabouts, please contact the Newport News Police Department at (757)-247-2500, CASE# 2021-58683. Newport News Police Department. 🛑 If you are not comfortable communicating with the police, you can contact us directly via e.mail BlackLivesMatter757@gmail.com or direct message on any of our social media platforms. You can also text 757.771.3670 - You can remain anonymous. 🛑 Thank you @13newsnow @eugenedanieltv @aesiatv @wavynews10 for your coverage. 🙏🏾 @BLM757 @BLMRVA @blmshenandoahvalley @blmfxbg @vahiphopandnewz #FindOurGirls #BLM757 #BlackLivesMatter757 #BlackLivesMatter #BLM #AshantiAlert #NewportNews #Explore #ExplorePage #FYP #Share #757 #CNU #AshantiAlert #AndreAlert (at Newport News, Virginia) https://www.instagram.com/p/CUPnOx5rhoy/?utm_medium=tumblr
👀Pls watch & reblog this is you have the time!🖤✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽
So this is by far one of thee most transparent conversations I've had the privilege of coming across on YouTube ab misogynoir, colorism & antiblackness discussed between a man & woman who are monoracially Black. They talked ab & thoroughly unpacked the things we don't always necessarily get to the root of regarding the more divisive issues within our community & the more meaningful reasons behind them. Absolutely love this for the community; love the absolute respect, willingness to listen & openmindedness expressed between these two regarding the similarities as well as differences between the Black Experience as men & women in the western world.
Pls reblog this if you're Black. Non blacks can reblog if they like — but be respectful & considerate (keep your comments to yourself) as this is a very important & exclusively Black Conversation.
PSA to my white friends and followers:
In the wake of a phenomenally important guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial, I'd like to remind you all that the fallout of this case will likely mean more police violence against our Black friends and neighbors, not less. Looking at the statistics in the weeks leading up to this verdict shows that this is already the case. Police in this country are angry that society is beginning to hold them accountable for their abusive actions, and they are looking for revenge.
So if you see a cop interacting with a BIPOC, DO NOT walk away. Video record if you can (and as long as it doesn't further jeopardize the safety of the BIPOC involved), but absolutely do not walk away. It is critical that we do our part and look out for people, and make cops think twice about abusing their powers of authority and near-immunity to murder citizens people.