Two MSU basketball players raped a woman in the dorms then one admitted to it. Their only consequence was that they had to move out of the dorms. This picture is of me and one other woman holding up this banner during Midnight Madness. Two other brave souls had a banner on the other side for a while before some jerk started playing tug or war with them over it. This was taken before we got booed at by 10,000 people and police escorted from the stadium.
How screwed up are people to boo at this?
Let’s keep reposting this. Rapists should be charged.
how is sport more important than the lives of women?
like honestly baffling
black ppl to white media basically
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SIGNAL BOOST THIS SHIT. I got a picture of this disgusting Islamophobic advertisement on the side of a Muni Metro this morning (Monday, October 20th) and I am pissed as fuck. I cannot believe that in a city as diverse as San Francisco, the public transit company would dare to run something as awful as this.
I’m going to track down their contact info and let them know exactly how I feel about hate speech on public vehicles. I’ll update with some numbers when I can but in them meantime I know they’re @sfmta_muni on Twitter.
Make some noise. This shouldn’t have been allowed by the company and it won’t be allowed by the riders.
so its a crime to speak out against islamic terror.
good to know where muslim priorities lie.
Funny how I’m not Muslim though. Just this weird thing called a “decent person.” People can speak out however they damn well please on private property but the city transit system? Not private. No business running ads like this.
If the ad actually spoke against Islamic terror groups, that would be one thing, but it’s clearly about all Muslims in general.
You have the right to believe your thing and act on it, I have the same right.
Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
Patrick being adorable as always.