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  • A departure from the big eyed girls and perfect female forms that dominate the contemporary art world. Damn, this is some fine pencil realism! By @mohamad.art.
  • A departure from the big eyed girls and perfect female forms that dominate the contemporary art world. Damn, this is some fine pencil realism! By @mohamad.art.
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  • “That's the problem. We let people say stuff, and they say it so much that it becomes okay to them and normal for us. What's the point of having a voice if you're gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn't be?”
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“To every kid in Georgetown and in all “the Gardens” of the world: your voices matter, your dreams matter, your lives matter. Be roses that grow in the concrete.”
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“Don’t let them put words in your mouth. God gave you a brain. You don’t need theirs.”
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I watched “The Hate U Give” last night with my daughters. What a powerful picture they created, and an important message they share. I felt angry, crushed, heart broken, and unity with Starr’s crescendo of growth and movement. The critics called it #riveting #inspiring #intense #thoughtprovoking and #realistic and it was all of that and then some. It’s sticking with me still this morning, as I think of how grateful I am that my children don’t face these kinds of social challenges, and in the same breathe I feel shameful, angry and sad that this reality even still exists in our world. ▪️
What I loved most about the movie was that Starr could see the the problem is not just “her people” but all of our problem. Hate breeds hate, but hate can dwell in any ones heart. Resentment, anger, prejudice, deceit, disgust, injustice...these exist, and have no color, no social preference, and no care of where they reside. It is all of our jobs to make the difference. I admit I feel pain for our black communities, for all of our society, that this has created such a wedge between us. I feel pain because although I relate to Starr and her family, to Angie Thomas’ message, I worry about sounding like a privileged white woman. It’s really painful. And it’s important we look at this. Use your voice. Take a stand for what you believe in. Create the world you want to live in. One person at a time, we can and will make a difference. We have, and we will continue to do so. This is a bit of a different post then I normally share, but I felt compelled to use my voice for something bigger than me today. Maybe if we all did that it could shift this reality. #useyourvoice #alllivesmatters #istandwithstarr #khalillived
  • “That's the problem. We let people say stuff, and they say it so much that it becomes okay to them and normal for us. What's the point of having a voice if you're gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn't be?”
    ▪️
    “To every kid in Georgetown and in all “the Gardens” of the world: your voices matter, your dreams matter, your lives matter. Be roses that grow in the concrete.”
    ▪️
    “Don’t let them put words in your mouth. God gave you a brain. You don’t need theirs.”
    ▪️
    I watched “The Hate U Give” last night with my daughters. What a powerful picture they created, and an important message they share. I felt angry, crushed, heart broken, and unity with Starr’s crescendo of growth and movement. The critics called it #riveting #inspiring #intense #thoughtprovoking and #realistic and it was all of that and then some. It’s sticking with me still this morning, as I think of how grateful I am that my children don’t face these kinds of social challenges, and in the same breathe I feel shameful, angry and sad that this reality even still exists in our world. ▪️
    What I loved most about the movie was that Starr could see the the problem is not just “her people” but all of our problem. Hate breeds hate, but hate can dwell in any ones heart. Resentment, anger, prejudice, deceit, disgust, injustice...these exist, and have no color, no social preference, and no care of where they reside. It is all of our jobs to make the difference. I admit I feel pain for our black communities, for all of our society, that this has created such a wedge between us. I feel pain because although I relate to Starr and her family, to Angie Thomas’ message, I worry about sounding like a privileged white woman. It’s really painful. And it’s important we look at this. Use your voice. Take a stand for what you believe in. Create the world you want to live in. One person at a time, we can and will make a difference. We have, and we will continue to do so. This is a bit of a different post then I normally share, but I felt compelled to use my voice for something bigger than me today. Maybe if we all did that it could shift this reality. #useyourvoice #alllivesmatters #istandwithstarr #khalillived
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