“The best part? Everyone in this video has Down syndrome. And they focus on the good things — reminding people, especially parents who might be worried about what the journey of parenting a child with Down syndrome will be like, that people who have Down syndrome can do all the important things that any parent values. They can go to school, travel, work, make friends, and express their love for their parents, friends, and family. They’re honest about the fact that it can be hard—but isn’t parenting always hard?”
This video comes at an especially significant time considering the recent story of a mom leaving her husband and son because he was born with down syndrome.
Prince Ea on love, boundless love.
Beautiful, vulnerable and eloquent. Sabrina Benaim puts to words what it’s like living with depression and anxiety.
This. This is so spot on!
White wash the red bricks of the reservation…
Love You Some Indians
TW for Racism and continued police violence against Michael Brown
A retired LAPD officer held a fundraiser where about half of those in attendance were on the force. In the salon article below there is video of the following song being sung;
“Michael Brown learned a lesson about a messin’
With a badass policeman
And he’s bad, bad Michael Brown
Baddest thug in the whole damn town
Badder than old King Kong
Meaner than a junkyard dog.
Two men took to fightin’
And Michael punched in through the door
And Michael looked like some old Swiss cheese
His brain was splattered on the floor
And he’s dead, dead Michael Brown
Deadest man in the whole damn town
His whole life’s long gone
Deader than a roadkill dog.”
Just another ‘bad apple’? Looks like he’s not falling far from the ORCHARD
read more HERE
AWESOME series! Representation matters!
“Rabbit and Bear Paws, two brothers, are the main characters of a comic series set in 1750’s colonized North America. Using Traditional Native Teachings and humor, the stories are based on THE SEVEN FIRES PROPHECIES and THE SEVEN GRANDFATHERS. For those that don’t know The Seven Grandfather Teachings are: Courage, Wisdom, Honesty, Truth, Humility, Respect and Love.
“The characters will travel to different parts of the country, from coast to coast in new humorous adventures. In those adventures we will learn about the different cultures and the gifts that they contributed to modern society.”
The creators of the series also made puppets to go along with the comics. These puppets travel to pow wows, schools and other community gatherings to bring laughter and values to the kids.”
Check out more of the piece the powwows.com did on the series HERE
and also the Rabbit and Bear Paws site HERE
This woman and video are SO BAD ASS!!! I just can’t stop watching this.
I’m the PRO-totype