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Passive aggressive public service announcement coming in hot :: just because the internet isn’t talking about it, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
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Remember and how you all were outraged? Remember when it was all the internet was talking about for a week? That was six weeks ago. But even though the internet has died down on the topic, there are STILL 700 children separated from their parents. 400 because we’ve deported their parents already. Babies alone and scared out of their minds. Don’t quench the outrage bc it hurts. Embrace it. All the grief, the heartache, the don’t know what to do feeling. Imagine yourself in their place. Imagine you are the parents. Use the rage to fuel yourself into action. Call, donate, speak out. The fight hasn’t even started and one post to IG doesn’t fix things. We must do better, be better, push harder and break the damn ceilings and burn the bridges if we ever want real change. 🔥

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  • zibbytw
    Thank you for your activism. People need to be reminded - 3 months ago
  • graham_saunders
    We just sent 4 large boxes of supplies down there with our church, for both the families and the children. - 3 months ago
  • gynaejerner
    @phreckles Yes!! It breaks my heart knowing there are so many people doing absolutely nothing!! And then there are those that take lead and are in the trenches and helping those babies and children, but we’ll never see them in the news, they’ll never get a pat on the back. It’s all so backwards and twisted - 3 months ago
  • kristynmillerphotography
    Amen, amen, amen. This isn’t over yet, and we can’t stop fighting for these kids and their parents! @together.rising is doing amazing work supporting the groups on the frontline if anyone is looking to help and doesn’t know where to start. 💗 - 3 months ago
  • phreckles
    @gynaejerner When people say because like oh I wonder what I would’ve done during the civil rights movement or even during the Holocaust. Im like the time is now. What you’re doing now is what you would’ve done then... - 3 months ago
  • gynaejerner
    I am constantly posting about this ongoing barbaric shit in my stories, and people just click past it. I’m really surprised that people are so unwilling to take a stand. The lack of empathy is shocking. I get if people can’t afford to donate money or time, but there are other ways to help, and I don’t get why people hesitate. Thanks for shedding your light ❤️❤️❤️ - 3 months ago
  • jensdatter
    @heyabiq several locations in Nebraska. Over 133 undocumented immigrants in a really small town -O’Neill. - 3 months ago
  • bethbarrett
    Yes. Yes. Yes! - 3 months ago
  • heyabiq
    @aii.pi agreed 100%. It’s so disgusting. - 3 months ago
  • heyabiq
    @chantal_wiebe that is the saddest thing I’ve heard. Omg. The pain. - 3 months ago
  • heyabiq
    @gnarlynichole hit them up! They might make more! - 3 months ago
  • heyabiq
    @jensdatter no! Where?! - 3 months ago
  • aii.pi
    This administration is on its way to 'make America WHITE again' while creating a generation of orphans. Sad some people still defend it. - 3 months ago
  • chantal_wiebe
    I listens to “The Daily” podcast about “ineligible families” and couldn’t believe the number was still so high. Some of the believe, because of how young they are and trying to makes of it, that their parents left them there on purpose. 😭 - 3 months ago
  • jensdatter
    ICE came to my state today and raided places like a tomato growing greenhouse. I can’t stop thinking about the little children. - 3 months ago
  • gnarlynichole
    I wish my size wasn’t sold out, this is the best - 3 months ago