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#weddings #florist #interiors

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💭 With all the #Earthquakes #Mexico is having right now, this contraption doesn't seem that bad of an idea.

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#anotherdayanotherdollar

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When you ask Jesus to help you get out of a difficult situation... 😱

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If only we were this passionate about knocking over the gates of Oppression and destroying the gate keeper.. Instead its this. THAT'S GOTTA BE THE BEST RIDE IN DA WORLD, CAUSE I DON'T UNDERSTAND 😐

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🌲🌳While most see the slaughtering of farm animals for food as the # 1 threat to our planet.. I see this type of slaughter as the real enemy. If the corporations behind this mass tree extermination didn't have the power to do this, a majority of the world's issues wouldn't exist. BTW they're probably clearing land to build a dairy farm to kill more farm animals. Stop the Madness!!!🌳🌲 #forestsarealive #treesmatter #ecology #environmentalterrorists #technology #environmentalterrorism #greenisthecoloroflife 🌱

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As much as the slave-trade market played a role in building the city of Charleston, South Carolina, and many other cities across the South, Northern cities were no less complicit in the industry of purchased lives. New York City, in fact, held more slaves in the 18th century than any other city except for Charleston. It’s no surprise then that many of the buildings, streets, banks, and plenty of other New York City landmarks carry the names of slaveowners or slavery supporters. Count Rikers Island city jail among that batch. The island the jail sits on is named for Abraham Riker (or Abraham Rycken), a Dutch immigrant who acquired the land in the early 17th century, and whose family owned it until selling it to the city in 1884. Abraham’s descendant Richard Riker was infamous in the 1800s for abusing the Fugitive Slave Act to send (or sell) African Americans in New York to slaveowners in the South, according to historians. #prison #captureland #amerikka #untoldhistory #rikersisland #freeyourmind

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Shared from ☛ @realmutabaruka #Science & #Technology or #WitchCraft & #Obeah

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