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Brown Mujeres Media 🌽  Uniendo brown [hearts] from all walks of life. Xicana-ran writing platform for people of color—& allies. Unapologetically serving WOC. Guachichil🌽. 🏴

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More wise words from my highly esteemed brother in struggles (and happy moments too), Aly Wane, who has been leading this battle for many years in Upstate New York. Please spread this message across your platforms . . . so many people need to hear this.
“So many of my undocumented friends are struggling right now.

If you consider yourself a citizen ally and you know an undocumented person, please check in on him/her/them.

We can only be so stoic given the rampant xenophobia.

You don't necessarily need to engage with the political process if you don't have the energy. But at least ask them what they need, be it food, clothing, shelter, help with mental/physical health, or simply a sympathetic conversation.

This system has been brutal.

So be kind.

#UndocuBlackThoughts”
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#immigrants #unafraid #cleandreamact #DACA #dreamer #saveTPS #HereToStay #UndocuBlack #defendDACA #poc #woc #blm #mexican #mexicanamerican #xicanx #mexicana #mexicano #latina #latinx #nyc #la #newyork #california #texas #mujer #feminism #nobannowall #immigration #resist

Reposting from @latinarebels
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this is Angela Peoples. her twitter @ is MsPeoples. ig is @ms_peoples #iconic give credit where credit is due.

I think of the little boy in this picture a lot. His stare of admiration followed me around during the presidential inauguration protests last year. I didn’t know him or his mother, but they asked to take a picture with me and I agreed. After this picture was taken his mother walked away—but he insisted on standing next to me. He stayed and modeled my behavior. This memory reminds me the youth are paying attention and seeking guidance. Look around, you might be someone’s heroine or hero and haven’t realized it.

One year ago today I stood on an @answer_coalition stage with the father of one of the missing 43 de Ayotzinapa in Washington, D.C.. This was the day of the presidential inauguration. As I stopped breathing to hold in my tears (I didn’t want to divert attention), I listened to the father de uno de los 43 make a plea to U.S. citizens. He reminded them the U.S. funds terrorism in Mexico and supplies guns to criminals. He begged the audience to call their congress people and tell them to STOP SENDING GUNS TO MEXICO because “nos están matando a nuestros hijos.” Recuerden, no solo son 43 normalistas desaparecidos, somos mas de 228,000 personas desde el 2007.
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"Mi querido México.
En tus andamios
Descansan mis venas.
En mi corazón—
Cargo tu dolor."
–WhenSheWrote

Let’s continue to fight for liberation honoring the consciencias of the Mujeres who came before us. If they embody feminism differently than yourself, don’t bash them. Listen. They’re not wrong, they’re different. Let’s respect nuestras diferencias. Liberación looks different across generations, class, ethnicities, abilities, and locations. We are hemanxs—en las buenas y en las malas. Remember that.
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#destroymachismo #womensmarch #resistencia #resist #poc #woc #blm #mexican #mexicanamerican #chicana #chicano #xicana #xicano #xicanx #mexicana #mexicano #latina #latinx #nyc #la #newyork #california #texas #mujer #mujeres #nobannowall #immigration #guachichil

"Democratic leaders demanded that the bill include protections for hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants known as "Dreamers" who arrived in the United States as children with their parents. Republicans refused and neither side has been willing to back down." – @telesurenglish#defendDACA #DACA #cleandreamact #saveTPS .
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#resistencia #resist #poc #woc #blm #mexican #mexicanamerican #chicana #chicano #xicana #xicano #xicanx #mexicana #mexicano #latina #latinx #nyc #la #newyork #california #texas #mujer #mujeres #nobannowall #immigration #guachichil

Voces Indigenas series by @reynaisabelart #VocesIndigenas
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"It's cool that I'm indigenous and I was born here [United States] too. I have a connection to a different country and culture than just The U.S. It's important to know your roots cause it gives you personality and your own traits and stuff, you bring a part of your village to the United States. It makes me feel unique because instead of just saying 'Im from Oaxaca', I can pin point the pueblo and the language [Zapoteco]. It makes me feel more in touch with my culture and homeland."-Native Zapoteca
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#chicano #chicana #indigenous #indigena #nativeamerican #oaxaca #oaxaqueña #nativeamericanculture #zapoteca #zapotec #santotomasdearriba

My ancestors are nodding from the spirit world. Todas se inflaron. ✨🌽🙏 (Hasta la que se me quemo se infló! Lolol. 😌😌😌) I’m making my maternal grandmother’s recipe—she passed it to me in my mother’s kitchen when I was a teenager, and I’ve made tortillas from memory since then. Cooking family recipes is a way of keeping ancestral knowledge alive. What recipes/comidas have been kept alive in your family through oral history?
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#rematriate #indigenous #native #decolonize #guachichil #chichimeca #resist #revolution #woman #mexican #chicana #xicana #xicanx #beingmexican #nideaquinidealla #mexicana #mexicano #latina #latinx #mexicanart #newyork #california #texas #brownwomen #mujer #feminism #woc #nativeamerican #corn

Post 3 of 3. Here is a very happy picture of Winona LaDuke and me. This moment was captured by a native sister on the ancestral lands of the Onondaga Nation at Syracuse University. It was an honor to be in the presence of such spiritually powerful and courageous woman. I am humbled. Her energy still lives in me. Her visit was made possible by the Democratizing Knowledge Project in conjunction with The Skä•noñh—Great Law of Peace Center, the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, the Native American Studies Program, the Native Student Program and the Department of Religion.
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On a more personal note, here is a sentiment I associated with this picture shortly after parting ways with Winona on March 29, 2017: Words cannot describe the overpowering energy that took over me when Winona LaDuke walked over to shake Onondaga Nation Tadodaho Sid Hill's hand. He was sitting in his reserved seat; I sat behind him on the second row of the auditorium Winona was about to give a talk in. Before she walked away she gave him the same bow I give my elders. This is the same delicate bow I was shamed for growing up—I was too indian (an "insult" reserved for brown, rural people in the Eurocentric, Mexican vernacular), people would tell me.
People never managed to make me feel ashamed of my bow. What I am ashamed of today, however, is ever bowing to people in power who are not my kin.
–WhenSheWrote

Post 2 of 3. I received these two coffee cups with the four bags of Spotted Horse coffee beans, thank you @honortheearth. Feeling joyful. Brown Mujeres Media is a proud supporter of Winona’s Hemp & Heritage Farm. I became a backer of this project through the team’s kick-starter campaign in October 2017. The campaign has since closed, but you can also play a significant role in this journey by making a financial contribution at www.winonashemp.com.
–WhenSheWrote

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