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pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 7, 1994: Rwanda Civil War Begins
Twenty years ago today, Hutu gunmen systematically start tracking down and killing moderate Hutu politicians and Tutsi leaders. The deputy to the U.S. ambassador in Rwanda tells Washington that the killings involve not just political murders, but genocide.
Thousands die on the first day, setting off 100 days of slaughter.
Follow FRONTLINE’s Rwandan Genocide timeline to learn about significant events, statements and decisions that reveal how the United States and the West chose not to act to save hundreds of thousands of lives in the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
Photo: A woman consoles Bizimana Emmanuel, 22, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the 1994 genocide at Amahoro Stadium April 7, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 7, 1994: Rwanda Civil War Begins

Twenty years ago today, Hutu gunmen systematically start tracking down and killing moderate Hutu politicians and Tutsi leaders. The deputy to the U.S. ambassador in Rwanda tells Washington that the killings involve not just political murders, but genocide.

Thousands die on the first day, setting off 100 days of slaughter.

Follow FRONTLINE’s Rwandan Genocide timeline to learn about significant events, statements and decisions that reveal how the United States and the West chose not to act to save hundreds of thousands of lives in the Rwandan genocide of 1994.

Photo: A woman consoles Bizimana Emmanuel, 22, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the 1994 genocide at Amahoro Stadium April 7, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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crossfitters:

Rita Benavidez & Stephanie Sheila: Trust and friendship

crossfitters:

Rita Benavidez & Stephanie Sheila: Trust and friendship

Source: crossfitters

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

Source: southern-feminism

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solarstormflare:

lasagnas-father:

poisonedlaughter:

following—everyone:

Oka, I plan on following everyone on tumblr

literally everyone

Please reblog so I can make this happen

REBLOG THIS!
SIGNAL BOOST THIS THING!!!

well if this is true, you shall be the one who is the one who is the one t discover whether tumblr has a following limit.

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Source: skinny4life

Two Women Running Against Each Other, Or Disagreeing, or Remotely in the Same Competitive Industry, Does Not Equal a ‘Catfight.’ Why are female politicians in a race, or women in an office, or friends, or sisters, are described as catty or bitchy, constantly on the verge of a catfight, while men are seen as worthy rivals? Perhaps Urban Dictionary explains our media obsession with “catfights” best: “the male fantasy of two women ripping each other’s clothes off.” Recent media “catfights” include Diane Sawyer and Katie Couric. Michelle Bachmann and Sarah Palin. Marissa Mayer and Sheryl Sandberg. None of which were actual catfights, but managed to inject sexual undertones and generally devalue these women’s accomplishments. Research has shown that the “catfight” stereotype actually carries over into the workplace — giving women a bad reputation and leading to long-term implications.

ifailateverythingonearth:

Citation needed, correlation does not imply causation

Citation needed, correlation does not imply causation, ironic that a “leader” crumbles under pressure when being called bossy

Citation definitely needed

It’s almost as if this campaign pulled these “facts” out of its own asscrack and has no intent to prove its own point. 

Really? Maybe instead of bitching about the lack of sources you could read it and realize it only helps everyone to help little girls find their voice. Point is girls can be just as good of leaders as boys but are held to a different standard and that is NOT okay

ifailateverythingonearth:

Citation needed, correlation does not imply causation

Citation needed, correlation does not imply causation, ironic that a “leader” crumbles under pressure when being called bossy

Citation definitely needed

It’s almost as if this campaign pulled these “facts” out of its own asscrack and has no intent to prove its own point. 

chris-literally-traeger:

As a relatively confident and outspoken teenager, I always get frustrated with my friends who don’t do the same, probably because of this fear. It’s time to #banbossy for good.

chris-literally-traeger:

As a relatively confident and outspoken teenager, I always get frustrated with my friends who don’t do the same, probably because of this fear. It’s time to #banbossy for good.

bloodfauna:

im laughin bc grown men are shooting down the “ban bossy” campaign with “well if a woman cant handle being called names maybe shes not ready to be a leader anyway” like this campaign is about little girls. LITTLE GIRLS. not grown ass women, LITTLE FUCKING GIRLS. r u proud of yourself u old cheeto stained freak?

http://queenoffandomkingdom.tumblr.com/post/81455869538/sometimes-when-i-saw-those-ban-bossy-things-i →

queenoffandomkingdom:

sometimes when i saw those “ban bossy” things i dont really know what the real problem is and then i remember in the sixth grade in pre algebra i was voted the group leader by my friends for this project thing and when i was assigning roles and correcting (politely btw) when they made like math…

How the "€œBan Bossy"€ Conversation is Getting Derailed →

mirrorontheworld:

Because the Ban Bossy campaign specifically focuses on a word, it imposes distinct limitations on public discussion of the idea that the Ban Bossy campaign is trying to address: the leadership gap.

teachorg:

We want to live in a world where young women take the lead and #makemore, without being called bossy. 

http://ohleahdarling.tumblr.com/post/81590795968/i-feel-like-i-really-connect-with-the-ban-bossy →

ohleahdarling:

I feel like I really connect with the Ban Bossy campaign, because for the longest time I felt like I couldn’t be a leader because I didn’t want to tell people what to do. I was afraid that being assertive would make me seem domineering and brutish. But, to be honest, that’s bullshit. I’ve met some…

chinchillasurprise:

bunniferbennett:

say it with me:

makeup is gender neutral

Everything is gender neutral but makeup needs this signal boost pretty badly

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