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Colin Kaepernick, Memes, and Access: Colin Kaepernick Just Dropped $25,000 To Support Urban Farming In North Minneapolis RANDY FOR MME RELEASE NI SHAKUR KNOW MY LDA RIGHTS BLESS THIS MAN HONESTLY 🙌🏈✨🌱🌲💚🍎🍏🍋🍇 SanFransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has made from his jersey sales to help the people of North Minneapolis. For his pledge this month, Colin donated $25,000 of the money made in December to Appetite For Change a community-led organization that strengthens families, creates economic prosperity, and encourages healthy living by using food as a tool to build health, wealth, and social change in NorthMinneapolis. Black communities across the UnitedStates, including the North Side of Minneapolis, are suffering from what some experts call “ FoodDeserts.” These are neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to healthcare, feel like they are poisoning themselves. With his $25,000 donation, Colin is addressing this and putting his money where his mouth is. While speaking about his donation in the past, he said he wanted to make sure he was not “just talking about” these issues but was also “actively being involved” and “actively trying to make a change.” repost @ppoliticallyangry football 49ers
Colin Kaepernick, Memes, and Access: Colin Kaepernick Just
 Dropped $25,000 To
 Support Urban Farming In
 North Minneapolis
 RANDY FOR MME
 RELEASE
 NI SHAKUR
 KNOW
 MY
 LDA
 RIGHTS
BLESS THIS MAN HONESTLY 🙌🏈✨🌱🌲💚🍎🍏🍋🍇 SanFransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has made from his jersey sales to help the people of North Minneapolis. For his pledge this month, Colin donated $25,000 of the money made in December to Appetite For Change a community-led organization that strengthens families, creates economic prosperity, and encourages healthy living by using food as a tool to build health, wealth, and social change in NorthMinneapolis. Black communities across the UnitedStates, including the North Side of Minneapolis, are suffering from what some experts call “ FoodDeserts.” These are neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to healthcare, feel like they are poisoning themselves. With his $25,000 donation, Colin is addressing this and putting his money where his mouth is. While speaking about his donation in the past, he said he wanted to make sure he was not “just talking about” these issues but was also “actively being involved” and “actively trying to make a change.” repost @ppoliticallyangry football 49ers

BLESS THIS MAN HONESTLY 🙌🏈✨🌱🌲💚🍎🍏🍋🍇 SanFransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has mad...

Colin Kaepernick, Memes, and National Anthem: Colin Kaepernick Just Dropped $25,000 To Support Urban Farming in North Minneapolis RANDY FORTH TMMEDATE RELEASE OF KNOW MY RIGHTS 17th soulia4 San Fransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has made from his jersey sales to help the people of North Minneapolis.The 28-year -old member of Kappa Alpha Psi, who refused to stand during the national anthem during NFL games last year said he would donate the first $1 million he made from last season to organizations assisting communities affected by racial injustice and police brutality. “I’ve been very blessed to be in this position and be able to make the kind of money I do,” Kaepernick said. “I have to help these communities. It’s not right that they’re not put in the position to succeed or given those opportunities to succeed.” “I will donate one million dollars plus ALL the proceeds of my jersey sales from the 2016 season to organizations working in oppressed communities, 100k a month for 10 months,” he said on his website. One of these communities just so happens to be North Minneapolis. For his pledge this month, Colin donated $25,000 of the money made in December to Appetite For Change a community-led organization that strengthens families, creates economic prosperity, and encourages healthy living by using food as a tool to build health, wealth, and social change in North Minneapolis. Black communities across the United States, including the North Side of Minneapolis, are suffering from what some experts call “Food Deserts.” These are neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to health care, feel like they are poisoning themselves. With his $25,000 donation, Colin is addressing this and putting his money where his mouth is. While speaking about his donation in the past, he said he wanted to make sure he was not “just talking about” these issues but was also “actively being involved” and “actively trying to make a change.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th
Colin Kaepernick, Memes, and National Anthem: Colin Kaepernick Just
 Dropped $25,000 To
 Support Urban Farming in
 North Minneapolis
 RANDY FORTH TMMEDATE
 RELEASE OF
 KNOW
 MY
 RIGHTS
 17th soulia4
San Fransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has made from his jersey sales to help the people of North Minneapolis.The 28-year -old member of Kappa Alpha Psi, who refused to stand during the national anthem during NFL games last year said he would donate the first $1 million he made from last season to organizations assisting communities affected by racial injustice and police brutality. “I’ve been very blessed to be in this position and be able to make the kind of money I do,” Kaepernick said. “I have to help these communities. It’s not right that they’re not put in the position to succeed or given those opportunities to succeed.” “I will donate one million dollars plus ALL the proceeds of my jersey sales from the 2016 season to organizations working in oppressed communities, 100k a month for 10 months,” he said on his website. One of these communities just so happens to be North Minneapolis. For his pledge this month, Colin donated $25,000 of the money made in December to Appetite For Change a community-led organization that strengthens families, creates economic prosperity, and encourages healthy living by using food as a tool to build health, wealth, and social change in North Minneapolis. Black communities across the United States, including the North Side of Minneapolis, are suffering from what some experts call “Food Deserts.” These are neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to health care, feel like they are poisoning themselves. With his $25,000 donation, Colin is addressing this and putting his money where his mouth is. While speaking about his donation in the past, he said he wanted to make sure he was not “just talking about” these issues but was also “actively being involved” and “actively trying to make a change.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th

San Fransisco 49er’s quarterback ColinKaepernick has decided to use his own money and the money he has made from his jersey sales to help th...

Cheetos, Community, and Drugs: Kids Rapping These Black About Farming Is The Dopest Thing You'll See All Week (a 17soulja4 @the original people @Regrann from @the_original_people - 🔆full video link in my bio🔆--------------–-------------------- ♻ @17thsoulja4 In our Black communities across the United States, we are suffering from what some call “Food Deserts” or neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to health care, feel like they are poisoning themselves.Luckily, there is a current movement to combat this and nonprofits like Appetite For Change in North Minneapolis are being created to provide tools to create healthy communities through cooking workshops and organized efforts toward food justice. AFC teamed up with the BeatsandRhymesCrew, the same rap group that created the Hot Cheetos and Takis song a couple of years ago that reached national fame with currently over 14 million YouTube views, and are now flipping the script and addressing those same junk foods that are hurting our communities.The song entitled, “Grow Food” follows the kids through the North Side of Minneapolis where they drop some GRADE A bars about growing their own food and shining a light on food inequities in America. “See in my hood there ain’t really much to eat. Popeyes on the corner, McDonald’s right across the street. All this talk about guns and the drugs, pretty serious, but look at what they feeding ya’ll that’s what’s really killin us.” The song even gives a shout out to Michelle Obama giving her props for speaking out and using her platform to encourage everyone in America to eat better. This song is a Banger. The North Side of Minneapolis just came through for the WIN on this one. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th healthiswealth Now juju on that beet 🍎🍉🍑🍇🍍🍆🍠🌽🍐😂 instarepost20 Regrann
Cheetos, Community, and Drugs: Kids Rapping
 These Black About Farming Is The Dopest
 Thing You'll See All Week
 (a 17soulja4
 @the original people
@Regrann from @the_original_people - 🔆full video link in my bio🔆--------------–-------------------- ♻ @17thsoulja4 In our Black communities across the United States, we are suffering from what some call “Food Deserts” or neighborhoods where even if people wanted to eat healthy, they can’t because there are no grocery stores or restaurants close to them that have healthy options. This leads to terrible health problems and makes people in these communities, many who have poor access to health care, feel like they are poisoning themselves.Luckily, there is a current movement to combat this and nonprofits like Appetite For Change in North Minneapolis are being created to provide tools to create healthy communities through cooking workshops and organized efforts toward food justice. AFC teamed up with the BeatsandRhymesCrew, the same rap group that created the Hot Cheetos and Takis song a couple of years ago that reached national fame with currently over 14 million YouTube views, and are now flipping the script and addressing those same junk foods that are hurting our communities.The song entitled, “Grow Food” follows the kids through the North Side of Minneapolis where they drop some GRADE A bars about growing their own food and shining a light on food inequities in America. “See in my hood there ain’t really much to eat. Popeyes on the corner, McDonald’s right across the street. All this talk about guns and the drugs, pretty serious, but look at what they feeding ya’ll that’s what’s really killin us.” The song even gives a shout out to Michelle Obama giving her props for speaking out and using her platform to encourage everyone in America to eat better. This song is a Banger. The North Side of Minneapolis just came through for the WIN on this one. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th healthiswealth Now juju on that beet 🍎🍉🍑🍇🍍🍆🍠🌽🍐😂 instarepost20 Regrann

@Regrann from @the_original_people - 🔆full video link in my bio🔆--------------–-------------------- ♻ @17thsoulja4 In our Black communities ...

Candy, Memes, and Nationwide: Mall of America Honors Diversity and Hires the First Black Santa @balleralert Mall of America Honors Diversity and Hires the First Black Santa-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s officially that time of year when children will crowd in malls across the country to have their picture taken with SantaClaus, and for the first time, visitors of MallofAmerica will have their photos taken with a black Santa. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “This is a long time coming,” Landon Luther told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Luther is the co-owner of the Santa Experience, a photo studio that offers families the chance to have a one-on-one meet-and-greet with the jolly good fellow. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "We want Santa to be for everyone, period,” Luther said. So this past spring, Luther set out on a nationwide search for a Santa of color. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “It was like finding a needle in a haystack,” he said. But eventually Luther found the perfect one at a Santa Claus convention held in July in Branson, Missouri. It was there that Luther met LarryJefferson — the only Santa of color out of the almost 1,000 Santas in attendance. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Jefferson is a retired U.S. Army veteran from Texas who has been playing the role of St. Nick since 1999. While he may be the first black Santa for the Mall of America, Jefferson says in his experience, kids don’t see color when it comes Santa Claus. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “What they see most of the time is this red suit and candy,” he said. “I’m just a messenger to bring hope, love and peace to girls and boys.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ While many parents who arrived at the MallOfAmerica Thursday were excited to show their kids that Santa comes in all colors, not everyone was as thrilled about the news. Star Tribune editor Scott Gillespie tweeted that he had to disable the comments on the "Black Santa” story due to the high amounts of backlash.
Candy, Memes, and Nationwide: Mall of America Honors Diversity
 and Hires the First Black Santa
 @balleralert
Mall of America Honors Diversity and Hires the First Black Santa-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s officially that time of year when children will crowd in malls across the country to have their picture taken with SantaClaus, and for the first time, visitors of MallofAmerica will have their photos taken with a black Santa. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “This is a long time coming,” Landon Luther told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Luther is the co-owner of the Santa Experience, a photo studio that offers families the chance to have a one-on-one meet-and-greet with the jolly good fellow. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "We want Santa to be for everyone, period,” Luther said. So this past spring, Luther set out on a nationwide search for a Santa of color. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “It was like finding a needle in a haystack,” he said. But eventually Luther found the perfect one at a Santa Claus convention held in July in Branson, Missouri. It was there that Luther met LarryJefferson — the only Santa of color out of the almost 1,000 Santas in attendance. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Jefferson is a retired U.S. Army veteran from Texas who has been playing the role of St. Nick since 1999. While he may be the first black Santa for the Mall of America, Jefferson says in his experience, kids don’t see color when it comes Santa Claus. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “What they see most of the time is this red suit and candy,” he said. “I’m just a messenger to bring hope, love and peace to girls and boys.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ While many parents who arrived at the MallOfAmerica Thursday were excited to show their kids that Santa comes in all colors, not everyone was as thrilled about the news. Star Tribune editor Scott Gillespie tweeted that he had to disable the comments on the "Black Santa” story due to the high amounts of backlash.

Mall of America Honors Diversity and Hires the First Black Santa-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s officially that time of y...

Diss, Memes, and Nas: CANisso? Cachorro anda 6 km diariamente para dar "oi a todos da cidade OACREDITANIsso f/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL @AcreditaNisso? Há mais de uma década, na pacata Longville, em Minessota, nos Estados Unidos, alguém tocou a campainha de um homem chamado Larry LaVallee com um filhotinho de cachorro no colo. O estranho pensou que o animal fosse dos donos da casa e estivesse na rua, perdido. Bruno, na verdade, não tinha dono. Mas ele era tão simpático que Larry agradeceu a atenção do transeunte e ficou com o filhote para ele. Pouco tempo depois percebeu que o pequeno gostava, mesmo, era da rua. Preso, tentava se desvencilhar da coleira. Solto, ia longe. Muito longe. O cachorro passou a caminhar os seis quilômetros e meio que separam sua casa periférica do centro da cidade todos os dias. Sua visita já é esperada, e seu caminho é conhecido. Ele passa pela prefeitura, por uma ou duas imobiliárias, por uma sorveteria, uma biblioteca e um pequeno mercado. Em todos os lugares, os moradores esperam o cão, agora idoso, com pedaços de carne e donuts. "Ele é nosso amigão, nós ficamos de olho nele o máximo possível", disse ao Kare 11 Minneapolis Patrick Moran, dono de uma imobiliária que está sempre no itinerário do cachorro. "Semana passada ele passou aqui e ficou quase duas horas." Na falta do Bruno em carne e osso, os visitantes podem dar uma passada na estátua de madeira inaugurada pelo prefeito em sua homenagem. Nela, há uma placa que o declara mascote e embaixador oficial da cidade. É muito difícil, porém, não encontrar Bruno em um passeio rotineiro. Os donos afirmaram ao jornal americano que já perderam as contas de quantas ligações já receberam de estranhos preocupados com um certo cachorro que estaria perdido nas ruas. Bruno, agora, é velhinho, e anda com dificuldade. Em alguns dias, não sai de casa para sua visita. "Ele já é idoso, então sabemos que não ficará muito tempo entre nós. Mas seu legado está firmemente plantado em Longville". Fonte: Galileu
Diss, Memes, and Nas: CANisso?
 Cachorro anda 6 km
 diariamente para dar
 "oi a todos da cidade
 OACREDITANIsso
 f/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL
@AcreditaNisso? Há mais de uma década, na pacata Longville, em Minessota, nos Estados Unidos, alguém tocou a campainha de um homem chamado Larry LaVallee com um filhotinho de cachorro no colo. O estranho pensou que o animal fosse dos donos da casa e estivesse na rua, perdido. Bruno, na verdade, não tinha dono. Mas ele era tão simpático que Larry agradeceu a atenção do transeunte e ficou com o filhote para ele. Pouco tempo depois percebeu que o pequeno gostava, mesmo, era da rua. Preso, tentava se desvencilhar da coleira. Solto, ia longe. Muito longe. O cachorro passou a caminhar os seis quilômetros e meio que separam sua casa periférica do centro da cidade todos os dias. Sua visita já é esperada, e seu caminho é conhecido. Ele passa pela prefeitura, por uma ou duas imobiliárias, por uma sorveteria, uma biblioteca e um pequeno mercado. Em todos os lugares, os moradores esperam o cão, agora idoso, com pedaços de carne e donuts. "Ele é nosso amigão, nós ficamos de olho nele o máximo possível", disse ao Kare 11 Minneapolis Patrick Moran, dono de uma imobiliária que está sempre no itinerário do cachorro. "Semana passada ele passou aqui e ficou quase duas horas." Na falta do Bruno em carne e osso, os visitantes podem dar uma passada na estátua de madeira inaugurada pelo prefeito em sua homenagem. Nela, há uma placa que o declara mascote e embaixador oficial da cidade. É muito difícil, porém, não encontrar Bruno em um passeio rotineiro. Os donos afirmaram ao jornal americano que já perderam as contas de quantas ligações já receberam de estranhos preocupados com um certo cachorro que estaria perdido nas ruas. Bruno, agora, é velhinho, e anda com dificuldade. Em alguns dias, não sai de casa para sua visita. "Ele já é idoso, então sabemos que não ficará muito tempo entre nós. Mas seu legado está firmemente plantado em Longville". Fonte: Galileu

@AcreditaNisso? Há mais de uma década, na pacata Longville, em Minessota, nos Estados Unidos, alguém tocou a campainha de um homem chamado L...