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Играта е работата на децата. #ЗаВсякоДете, игра 🤸‍♂🌞🤹🤸‍♀ УНИЦЕФ, заедно с #Caritas Sofia създаде защитени пространства за учене и игра за децата бежанци и мигранти в бежанските центрове в София и Харманли. #ChildrenUprooted #ChildrenAreChildren #refugee #migrant #Bulgaria #unicef #learn #play #girl #boy
12 #refugee  & #migrant  children, accommodated in an accommodation center in #Ioannina , operated under the ERAcUMiC project, participated in the 5km race of Run Greece 🏃🏃‍♀️🎽. The kids had the chance to understand the principals of fair play and sports as a part of our everyday lives, but we also had some surprises, as three kids managed to finish the race among the first 100 athletes! After the race, all the kids received their medals and took pictures. ERAcUMiC "Emergency Response in Accommodating Unaccompanied Migrant Children" project is funded by the European Union 🇪🇺, Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund #AMIF  #DGHOME  #EUHome  Affairs.  The project is implemented by #IOMGreece  and #IliaktidaAmke . #run  🏁 #follow  #photos  by #IliaktidaAmke 
#Mawda 2yo #migrant #kid #killed by police shot last week (previous post for more explanations). #Belgian and #european anti-migration policy is #scandalous and disgusting. Here, many #people finally realized how inhuman and criminal it is also. Migrants are dehumanized due to political propaganda. That leads to such situation. Same dehumanization led to the most most #tragic and #shameful parts of #history, and still does all over the world. We do not forget, we do not forgive. #welcomerefugees #love #justice4mawda #picoftheday #shame
#Mawda  2yo #migrant  #kid  #killed  by police shot last week (previous post for more explanations). #Belgian  and #european  anti-migration policy is #scandalous  and disgusting. Here, many #people  finally realized how inhuman and criminal it is also. Migrants are dehumanized due to political propaganda. That leads to such situation. Same dehumanization led to the most most #tragic  and #shameful  parts of #history , and still does all over the world. We do not forget, we do not forgive. #welcomerefugees  #love  #justice4mawda  #picoftheday  #shame 
First a black guy on the cover of a World War 1 game. Because that is the true representation of World War 1 not an English man with a pencil mustache and a cigarette. Now a female soldier a prosthetic arm that looks like it was made yesterday in World War II. And they want to tell me about historical accuracy. Good job EASJW... #maga  #Trump 🇺🇸 #usa 🇺🇸 #fakenews  #eu  #hillaryclinton  #feminism  #obama  #infowars  #woke  #usa  #illuminati  #covfefe  #rothschild  #georgesoros  #Qanon  #antifa  #blm  #cnn  #foxnews  #Kennedy  #brexit  #germany  #migrant  #independanceday  #fisa  #releasethememo  #deepstate  #islam  #europe 
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Undocumented filmmakers have been vital in shaping the migrant narrative and doing it authentically. #UndocuFilmThursday is @culturestrike’s effort to archive groundbreaking work by undocumented filmmakers. On this week’s installment of #UndocuFilmThursday we share the work of @fotografi.ando.

Fernando is a 27 year old, self-taught filmmaker based in New Orleans, Louisiana. For Fernando, filmmaking is an important and necessary tool for political empowerment and organizing during these difficult times. “We live in an era where media is being produced and pumped into our minds to an unstoppable and immeasurable rate, this media is most of the time produced by massive, capitalist and often racist corporations that don’t have our well being as their best interest, and this media is constantly devaluing us and simply telling us that we are losing and that we have no hope. So, for that reason, as small as we can be, we have to do our best, use our skills and all mediums available to push back on this and show que aqui estamos y no nos rajamos ni nos vamos,and most importantly to break the status quo and divisive good/bad immigrants rhetoric.” “La Lucha de Jose Torres” is the first film Fernando ever made. With his knowledge of photography and some guidance from his friends, Fernando decided to create this film to highlight Jose Torres’ struggle to stay in this country, seeking refuge in a NOLA church. “I have been friends and comrades with Jose for several years now, and the best help that I could provide at the time was my skill with the camera and developing a narrative that wouldn’t victimize or dehumanize him but rather uplift him and empower him and those who support his struggle.” You can see the full film at http://bit.ly/uftfernando. 
#undocumented #migrant #filmmaker
#Repost  @culturestrike with @get_repost ・・・ Undocumented filmmakers have been vital in shaping the migrant narrative and doing it authentically. #UndocuFilmThursday  is @culturestrike’s effort to archive groundbreaking work by undocumented filmmakers. On this week’s installment of #UndocuFilmThursday  we share the work of @fotografi.ando. Fernando is a 27 year old, self-taught filmmaker based in New Orleans, Louisiana. For Fernando, filmmaking is an important and necessary tool for political empowerment and organizing during these difficult times. “We live in an era where media is being produced and pumped into our minds to an unstoppable and immeasurable rate, this media is most of the time produced by massive, capitalist and often racist corporations that don’t have our well being as their best interest, and this media is constantly devaluing us and simply telling us that we are losing and that we have no hope. So, for that reason, as small as we can be, we have to do our best, use our skills and all mediums available to push back on this and show que aqui estamos y no nos rajamos ni nos vamos,and most importantly to break the status quo and divisive good/bad immigrants rhetoric.” “La Lucha de Jose Torres” is the first film Fernando ever made. With his knowledge of photography and some guidance from his friends, Fernando decided to create this film to highlight Jose Torres’ struggle to stay in this country, seeking refuge in a NOLA church. “I have been friends and comrades with Jose for several years now, and the best help that I could provide at the time was my skill with the camera and developing a narrative that wouldn’t victimize or dehumanize him but rather uplift him and empower him and those who support his struggle.” You can see the full film at http://bit.ly/uftfernando. #undocumented  #migrant  #filmmaker 
Before becoming President Clinton’s “border czar” and working various high-level positions in the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama, Alan Bersin worked in the San Diego U.S. attorney office back in the early 90s.

He saw several problems with the way unauthorized immigration was being handled at the California border, including prosecutions.

Now, a “zero-tolerance” policy at the U.S.-Mexico border announced last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is bringing us back to the policy that Bersin thought was failing decades ago – criminally prosecuting everyone who enters the U.S. illegally.

Hundreds of misdemeanor illegal entry charges are suddenly flooding San Diego’s federal court. Everyone involved, from the defense attorneys to the U.S. Marshal Service to the magistrate judges themselves, are struggling to adjust to the surge in cases. “You can’t proceed on a blanket, zero-tolerance basis for any extended period,” Bersin said of Sessions’ mandate. “Sufficient resources simply do not exist to accomplish that objective.”
Before becoming President Clinton’s “border czar” and working various high-level positions in the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama, Alan Bersin worked in the San Diego U.S. attorney office back in the early 90s. He saw several problems with the way unauthorized immigration was being handled at the California border, including prosecutions. Now, a “zero-tolerance” policy at the U.S.-Mexico border announced last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is bringing us back to the policy that Bersin thought was failing decades ago – criminally prosecuting everyone who enters the U.S. illegally. Hundreds of misdemeanor illegal entry charges are suddenly flooding San Diego’s federal court. Everyone involved, from the defense attorneys to the U.S. Marshal Service to the magistrate judges themselves, are struggling to adjust to the surge in cases. “You can’t proceed on a blanket, zero-tolerance basis for any extended period,” Bersin said of Sessions’ mandate. “Sufficient resources simply do not exist to accomplish that objective.”
An empty nest was not something I had considered. My kids were always independent, just as we had encouraged them to be. However, going from a household of 5 down to just my husband and me had more of an impact than I had anticipated. I now see light at the end of the tunnel and understand empty nest syndrome is actually a real thing. Who knew?
An empty nest was not something I had considered. My kids were always independent, just as we had encouraged them to be. However, going from a household of 5 down to just my husband and me had more of an impact than I had anticipated. I now see light at the end of the tunnel and understand empty nest syndrome is actually a real thing. Who knew?
La soirée a commencé ! 😃
C’est sûrement notre dernière action de financement ! 
Rejoignez nous ! 🎉
@lenetwork.lille #soiree #lille #financement #project #migrant
Undocumented filmmakers have been vital in shaping the migrant narrative and doing it authentically. #UndocuFilmThursday  is @culturestrike’s effort to archive groundbreaking work by undocumented filmmakers. On this week’s installment of #UndocuFilmThursday  we share the work of @fotografi.ando. Fernando is a 27 year old, self-taught filmmaker based in New Orleans, Louisiana. For Fernando, filmmaking is an important and necessary tool for political empowerment and organizing during these difficult times. “We live in an era where media is being produced and pumped into our minds to an unstoppable and immeasurable rate, this media is most of the time produced by massive, capitalist and often racist corporations that don’t have our well being as their best interest, and this media is constantly devaluing us and simply telling us that we are losing and that we have no hope. So, for that reason, as small as we can be, we have to do our best, use our skills and all mediums available to push back on this and show que aqui estamos y no nos rajamos ni nos vamos,and most importantly to break the status quo and divisive good/bad immigrants rhetoric.” “La Lucha de Jose Torres” is the first film Fernando ever made. With his knowledge of photography and some guidance from his friends, Fernando decided to create this film to highlight Jose Torres’ struggle to stay in this country, seeking refuge in a NOLA church. “I have been friends and comrades with Jose for several years now, and the best help that I could provide at the time was my skill with the camera and developing a narrative that wouldn’t victimize or dehumanize him but rather uplift him and empower him and those who support his struggle.” You can see the full film at http://bit.ly/uftfernando. #undocumented  #migrant  #filmmaker 
Être migrant c'est en permanence te demander comment s'intégrer jour après jour sans subir le regard des gens pour qui voir plus malheureux que soit ça rassure !
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