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FOX ‘News’ all Asians mourning are the same…

burndogturns:

Have a look at the video in the link below. It is a FOX News video about the Sewol Ferry accident in South Korea. At 1:40, the narrator talks about ‘relatives of the missing mourning’ while the footage shows people who are clearly Tibetan, crying in footage that is obviously from the recent avalanche on Mt Everest.

Fuck you FOX News and your lazy journalism.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/04/20/death-toll-rises-to-46-in-south-korea-ferry-disaster/

It literally begins with “They are mourning, and it is morning in South Korea…” …This idiocy is exactly why I left the PR/journalism field. Alternatively, I know some people aren’t supportive of CNN either but at least they’re attempting to be more neutral and informative than FOX. I’ve only read two articles by FOX and let me tell you, FOX releases the most spun, nonsensical “news” I have ever read. I’m pretty sure my dog could lie better to me than FOX can. Ugh.

UGH.

If someone can be kicked out of school for copying a paper, a person should be kicked out of school for raping another human being.

—Wagatwe Wanjuki, UVM Dismantling Rape Culture Conference 2014  (via thewastedgeneration)

(Source: byebyethinspo, via karin-chii)

singingseoul:

Made these for students and teachers in Fairfax County. We have to pray together for the safety and chance that they might find even just one more survivor.

This event is extremely tragic, and I hope that the families and friends affected by this event find peace and support all around them.

Can this become a thing? Can all schools do this and donate the proceeds to those families? At least to aid with funeral services…

siviryuno:

“one small movement for a big miracle.” If you’re waiting for the missing passengers to return to their families alive well change your profile photos to this yellow ribbon It’s a new “Yellow Ribbon Campaign” that many communities in Korea have begun to mourn for the victims of the Sewol ferry accident.

siviryuno:

“one small movement for a big miracle.”
If you’re waiting for the missing passengers to return to their families alive well change your profile photos to this yellow ribbon It’s a new “Yellow Ribbon Campaign” that many communities in Korea have begun to mourn for the victims of the Sewol ferry accident.