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mashkwi · 2 days ago
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imperatrixvini · a day ago
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All I Have to Offer
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The merge, as it occurred in Butterfly Effect, told from Justice's perspective.
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mywitchcultblr · 2 months ago
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I'm still in the closet and still doesn't have money to escape from this place, but celebrating pride in secret. Okay to reblog
#HappyPride
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theartistichuman · 5 months ago
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A woman is going to be wrongfully executed next month for a crime she did not commit. Her case was used as a political ploy, and a false confession was produced by gross police misconduct.
Her name is Melissa Lucio and she’s going to die this April.
Sign the petition and learn more here->
https://innocenceproject.org/petitions/stop-execution-of-innocent-melissa-lucio-texas/?p2asource=sumo_01282022
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ancientsstudies · 2 months ago
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"Tell the world, Johnny, tell them, 'Johnny Depp, I, a man, I'm a victim too of domestic violence' and see how many people believe or side with you."
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theartofmadeline · 2 months ago
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cards 6-13 in my muppets major arcana
(check out cards 0-5 here or my shop on etsy for prints & stickers!)
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nonbinarystarcomics · 5 months ago
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Justice is removal of the problem
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morning-and-good-night · a month ago
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Reforming the human rights act
The UK is planning on reforming the human rights act.
If it wasn't shitty enough for them to try and go against BASIC human rights to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda, they're now planning on making it legal for it to happen.
This is going to affect immigrants, refugees, criminals, disabled people and asylum seekers.
If the human rights act does get reformed, this is going to make it easier to deport people and reduce the government's responsibility to uphold human rights.
It's the government's way of cleaning their hands by pretending nothing has happened
Please please sign the petition so it will at least get debated in Parliament. Only UK residents and British citizens can sign it, but please please please reblog this to protect human rights
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/607712
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thelaststarship · 2 months ago
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okay but for real what if they actually executed wesley for this. like imagine picard going back to dr. crusher and telling her “beverly they killed him” with a straight face and it’s because her idiot son fell into the wrong bed of flowers
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90sto2000s · a year ago
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pratchettquotes · 3 months ago
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"Well, at least we can agree on Truth, Freedom, and Justice, yes?"
There was a chorus of nods. Everyone wanted those. They didn't cost anything.
Terry Pratchett, Night Watch
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olillskio · 13 days ago
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BACK WITH NEW ANDERS & JUSTICE ART- God I love these two so NO I wont stop drawing them xD
also pls look at his face I luv this pretty man
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progressivejudaism · a year ago
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@hannahmichelledraws
Please share this image WIDELY
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revilonilmah · 9 months ago
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The newly graduated Law student walks through the hall of justice with his Altaria! This was a fun concept, I really liked how the Gardevoir Lady of Justice turned out.
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facts-i-just-made-up · a month ago
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Justice has long been represented in statue as a woman in classical garb. Her scales represent the weighing of evidence; Her blindfold represents impartiality; And her sword represents her authority.
But why is her boob out?
Because the tradition began in Rome in the year 313, when exactly half of the Roman Senate were nudists.
Emperor Diocletian died early in the year. A notoriously hot summer followed. While many in Rome sweated heavily under their togas, a fraternal order called the Plaudens Mentulas believed that the heat was a gift from Bacchus to let them know the time had come to bare their skin and wander naked through the streets. Due to the heat, this was a popular option.
However, a rival cult to that of Bacchus had developed significantly since its own inception in the year 33: The Crux Disputatio, or as it is now known, Christianity. This new religion vehemently opposed public nudity and considered it a sin. Thus the 223 members of the senate who were Christian opposed exactly the 223 members who worshipped Bacchus, and the senate was deadlocked.
It was then that Galerius became the new Emperor of Rome. Galerius needed the senate to achieve his works and thus demanded they settle the issue of clothing by the end of his first day as Emperor, or they would all be executed, as was the custom for literally everything at the time.
The senate quickly decided to do something they had never done before, and no senate has ever done since: They compromised. It was agreed that those who wished to go naked would go naked, and those who wished to remain clothed would remain clothed. This was a revolution in politics and Galerius pronounced it the new epitome of justice itself, donating to the Sculptor Guild to erect a new statue outside the senate, half nude and half clothed, to commemorate the decision.
Thus, our modern concept of Justice was born. The model for the statue was Galerius's own sister, who had in fact first suggested the compromise and even wrote the text the new laws would be based on. Her name and other deeds are unknown because she was female and women were not recognized by the senate or courts, another tradition which lasts to this day.
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travellinghopefully · a year ago
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The Glorious 25th May, how do they rise up?
From @stivaktis on Twitter stivaktisArt.Etsy.com
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batboyblog · 7 months ago
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Last night (12/26/2021) Archbishop Desmond Tutu passed away at the age of 90.
In 1986 Tutu was elected the first black Archbishop of Cape Town, making him the first black head of the Anglican Church in South Africa. He became a clarion voice against apartheid, second only to his friend Nelson Mandela in importance in ending it. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his fight against apartheid. In retirement Tutu continued his work for justice, speaking for non-violent resistance and reconciliation. He was chair of South Africa's post-apartheid Truth and Reconciliation Commission. In the early 2000s Tutu became one of the first and most prominent pro-LGBT voices with-in Christian circles. His championing of gay rights was a factor in South Africa embracing gay marriage in 2006.
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