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Birthday, Facebook, and Life: HAPPY BIRTHDAY QUEEN LILI'UOKALANI! profeminist: “Happy Birthday Queen Lili'uokalani! The last sovereign of the Kalākaua dynasty, Queen Lili'uokalani was the first woman to ever rule Hawaii. She organized schools for Hawaii’s youth and composed over 160 songs. Her work “Aloha Oe” eventually became Hawaii’s national anthem.”   - Alice Paul Institute  “Liliʻuokalani ascended to the throne on January 29, 1891, nine days after her brother’s death. During her reign, she attempted to draft a new constitution which would restore the power of the monarchy and the voting rights of the economically disenfranchised. Threatened by her attempts to abrogate the Bayonet Constitution, pro-American elements in Hawaiʻi overthrew the monarchy on January 17, 1893. The overthrow was bolstered by the landing of US Marines under John L. Stevens to protect American interests, which rendered the monarchy unable to protect itself. The coup d'état established the Republic of Hawaiʻi, but the ultimate goal was the annexation of the islands to the United States, which was temporarily blocked by President Grover Cleveland. After an unsuccessful uprising to restore the monarchy, the oligarchical government placed the former queen under house arrest at the ʻIolani Palace. On January 24, 1895, Liliʻuokalani was forced to abdicate the Hawaiian throne, officially ending the deposed monarchy. Attempts were made to restore the monarchy and oppose annexation, but with the outbreak of the Spanish–American War, the United States annexed Hawaiʻi. Living out the remainder of her later life as a private citizen, Liliʻuokalani died at her residence, Washington Place, in Honolulu on November 11, 1917.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lili%CA%BBuokalani
Birthday, Facebook, and Life: HAPPY BIRTHDAY
 QUEEN LILI'UOKALANI!
profeminist:
“Happy Birthday Queen Lili'uokalani! The last sovereign of the Kalākaua dynasty, Queen Lili'uokalani was the first woman to ever rule Hawaii. She organized schools for Hawaii’s youth and composed over 160 songs. Her work “Aloha Oe” eventually became Hawaii’s national anthem.” 


 - Alice Paul Institute 
“Liliʻuokalani ascended to the throne on January 29, 1891, nine days after her brother’s death. During her reign, she attempted to draft a new constitution which would restore the power of the monarchy and the voting rights of the economically disenfranchised. Threatened by her attempts to abrogate the Bayonet Constitution, pro-American elements in Hawaiʻi overthrew the monarchy on January 17, 1893. The overthrow was bolstered by the landing of US Marines under John L. Stevens to protect American interests, which rendered the monarchy unable to protect itself.
The coup d'état established the Republic of Hawaiʻi, but the ultimate goal was the annexation of the islands to the United States, which was temporarily blocked by President Grover Cleveland. After an unsuccessful uprising to restore the monarchy, the oligarchical government placed the former queen under house arrest at the ʻIolani Palace. On January 24, 1895, Liliʻuokalani was forced to abdicate the Hawaiian throne, officially ending the deposed monarchy. Attempts were made to restore the monarchy and oppose annexation, but with the outbreak of the Spanish–American War, the United States annexed Hawaiʻi. Living out the remainder of her later life as a private citizen, Liliʻuokalani died at her residence, Washington Place, in Honolulu on November 11, 1917.”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lili%CA%BBuokalani

profeminist: “Happy Birthday Queen Lili'uokalani! The last sovereign of the Kalākaua dynasty, Queen Lili'uokalani was the first woman to eve...

Android, Community, and Iphone: Uncle G i o @GionniOnTheSpot A black man was offered $200 to beat up a black transgender woman. It was filmed & went viral one month ago Today, she was found dead from a gunshot wound Transphobia is NOT a joke. Hold your peers accountable Transphobia KILLED Muhlaysia Booker #ProtectBlackTransWomen 4:47 PM May 19, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 17.4K Likes 8.9K Retweets Uncle G i o @GionniOnTheSpot Three black transgender women have been murdered with days of each other. I'm sick. But will continue to fight for: Muhlaysia Booker Claire Legato Michelle Simone Rest in power sistahs #TransRightsAreHumanRights #TransisBeautiful #ProtectBlackTransWomen 8:14 AM May 20, 2019 Twitter for Android Uncle G i o @GionniOnTheSpot Update via @HRC hrc.org/blog/hrc- mourn Simone's death comes just a day after Muhlaysia Booker was fatally shot in Dallas and less than a week after Claire Legato died in Cleveland after being shot. It is the fifth known case of deadly violence against the transgender community in 2019, all of whom were Black transgender women. Last year, advocates tracked the deaths of at least 26 transgender people. 4:35 PM May 20, 2019 Twitter for iPhone between-stars-and-waves: thatpettyblackgirl: Source https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2019/05/20/transgender-woman-muhlaysia-booker-shot-dead-dallas/ Black trans lives matter.
Android, Community, and Iphone: Uncle G i o
 @GionniOnTheSpot
 A black man was offered $200 to beat
 up a black transgender woman. It was
 filmed & went viral one month ago
 Today, she was found dead from a
 gunshot wound
 Transphobia is NOT a joke. Hold your
 peers accountable
 Transphobia KILLED Muhlaysia
 Booker
 #ProtectBlackTransWomen
 4:47 PM May 19, 2019 Twitter for iPhone
 17.4K Likes
 8.9K Retweets

 Uncle G i o
 @GionniOnTheSpot
 Three black transgender women have
 been murdered with days of each
 other.
 I'm sick. But will continue to fight for:
 Muhlaysia Booker
 Claire Legato
 Michelle Simone
 Rest in power sistahs
 #TransRightsAreHumanRights
 #TransisBeautiful
 #ProtectBlackTransWomen
 8:14 AM May 20, 2019 Twitter for Android

 Uncle G i o
 @GionniOnTheSpot
 Update via @HRC hrc.org/blog/hrc-
 mourn
 Simone's death comes just a day after
 Muhlaysia Booker was fatally shot in Dallas
 and less than a week after Claire Legato died
 in Cleveland after being shot. It is the fifth
 known case of deadly violence against the
 transgender community in 2019, all of whom
 were Black transgender women. Last year,
 advocates tracked the deaths of at least 26
 transgender people.
 4:35 PM May 20, 2019 Twitter for iPhone
between-stars-and-waves:
thatpettyblackgirl:


Source


https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2019/05/20/transgender-woman-muhlaysia-booker-shot-dead-dallas/


Black trans lives matter.

between-stars-and-waves: thatpettyblackgirl: Source https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2019/05/20/transgender-woman-muhlaysia-booker-shot-dead-d...

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 Eldar Setre (Equinor)
 Grethe Moen (Petoro)
 THE
 DECOLONIAL
 ATLAS
 Copenhagen
 Søren Skou (Maersk)
 Calgary
 Doug Suttles (Encana)
 Rob Peabody (Husky Energy)
 Steve Williams (Suncor)
 Donald Lindsay (Teck) Tim Mckay (Canadian Natural)
 Moscow
 Alexey Miler (Gazprom
 Igor Sechin (Rosneft)
 Vagit Alekperov (Lukoil) Vadimir Bogdanov (Surgutneftegas)
 Viadimir Rashevsky (SUEK) Almetyevsk
 Tarko-Sale
 Surgut Leonid Mikhelson (Novatek)
 Vancouver
 Den Haag
 Ben van Beurden (Royal Dutch Shell)
 Nail Maganov (Tatneft)
 Ekibastuz
 Nikolay Korsakov (Bogatyr Komir)
 Katowice
 Krzysztof Sedakowski (Polska Grupa G
 Findlay
 Colin Marshall (Cloud Peak Energy) Gary Heminger (Marathon)
 Cleveland
 Gillette
 Pyongyang
 London
 Bob Dudey (BPy
 Jean-Sábastien Jacques (Rio Tinto)
 bae(KazMunayGas)
 Beijing Mun Myong-hak (Ministry of Coal)
 Dai Houliang (Sinopec)
 Li Fanrong (CNOOC)
 Ling Wen (China Energy)
 Zhang Jianhua (CNPC)
 Sauat Mynbayev (KazMunayGas)
 New York
 Alfred Rankin (NACCOohn Hess (Hess)
 Karviná
 Boleslav Kowalczyk (OKD) K TEK) Ashgabat
 Omaha
 Denver
 Michael Hutchinson (Westmoreland Coal) St LouRobert Murray (Mumray Energy)
 Glenn Kellow (Peabody)
 Essen
 Rolf Martin Schmitz (RWE)
 Pittsburgh
 John Eaves (Arch Coa Nicholas Delulis (Consol Energy)
 Kingsport
 David Stetson (Alpha Natural Resources)
 Ashirguli Begliyev (TurkmenGaz)
 Dovletdurdy Hadzhyev (Turkmennebit)
 Tehran
 Masoud Karbasian (National Iranian Oil)
 Baghdad
 Tokyo
 Shunichi Nakaigawa (Inpex)
 Bay Area
 Mike Wirth (Chevron)
 Paris
 Tulsa
 Patrick Pouyanné (Total)
 Joseph Craft (Alliance Resource Partners)
 Oklahoma City
 David Hager (Devon Energy)
 Doug Lawler (Chesapeake Energy) El Dorado
 Vienna
 Zürich Rainer Seele (OMV)
 Ivan Glasenberg (Glencore) Jabbar Al-luiebi (Iraq National Oil)
 Dallas Roger Jenkins (Murphy O)
 Curtis Morgan (Vistra Energy)
 Darren Woods (ExonMobil)
 Delhi
 Kuwait City Shashi Shankar (ONGC)
 Birmingham
 Michael Tracy (Drummond)
 Damascus Hashem Hashem (KPC)
 Kolkata
 Roma Wase Al-Himed (SPC)
 Abu Dhabi
 Madrid
 Josu lmaz (Repsol) Claudio Descalzi (Enl
 Anil Kumar Jha (Coal India)
 Houston
 )
 Dammam Ahmed Al Jaber (ADNOC)
 Amin Nasser (Saudi Aramco)
 Kothagudem
 Corbin Robertson (Natural Resource Partners)
 David Stover (Noble Energy)
 John Christmann (Apache)
 Muscat
 Algiers
 Rachid Hachichi (Sonatrach)
 Bangkok
 Somruedee Chaimongkol (Banpu)
 Bahrain Raoul Restucci (PDO) Sni Sridhar (SCCL)
 México
 Octavio Romero (Pemex) AWalker (Anadarko Petroleum)
 Cairo Pete Bartiett (BAPCO)
 Tripoli Tarek El Molla (EGPC) Doha
 Ryan Lance (ConocoPhilips)
 Wiliam Way (Southwestern Energy)
 William Thomas (EOG Resources)
 Mustafa Sanalla (Libya NOC)
 Saad Sherida A-Kaabi (QP)
 Kuala Lumpur
 Wan Zulkiflee (Pefronas)
 Abuja
 Maikanti Baru (Nigerian National Petroleum)
 Caracas
 Bogotá Manuel Quevedo (Petróleos de Venezuela)
 Felipe Bayon (Ecopetrol)
 Quito
 Marcelo Proano (Petroecuador)
 Balikpapan
 Garibaldi Thohir (Adaro Energy)
 Palembang
 Luanda
 Carlos Saturnino (Sonangol)
 Arviyan Arifin (Bukit Asam)
 Jakarta
 Bob Kamandanu (Berau Coal Energy)
 Arsjad Rasjid (Indika Energy)
 Kurnia Ariawan (Kideco)
 Nicke Widyawati (Pertamina
 Saptari Hoedaja (Bumi Resources)
 Johannesburg-Pretoria
 Mark Cutifani (Anglo American)
 Mxolisi Mgojo (Exxaro)
 Stephen Comell (Sasol)
 Rio de Janeiro
 Roberto Castello Branco (Petrobras)
 Buenos Aires
 Daniel González (YPF)
 Melbourne
 Andrew Mackenzie (BHP)
 100 companies are responsible for most of the world's greenhouse gas emissions
 These are the NAMES AND LOCATIONS of their executives
 Country sizes depict cumulative CO2 emissions from 1850-2011