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June 26: Interracial couple celebrate after U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage, legalized it in all fifty states (June 26, 2015).
June 26: Interracial couple celebrate after U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage, legalized it in all fifty states (June 26, 2015).

Interracial couple celebrate after U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage, legalized it in all fifty states (...

June 26: hypersexualsportswear: Mariah Carey declaring gay marriage legal in the USA. June 26, 2015.
June 26: hypersexualsportswear:
Mariah Carey declaring gay marriage legal in the USA. June 26, 2015.

hypersexualsportswear: Mariah Carey declaring gay marriage legal in the USA. June 26, 2015.

June 26: POLITICS I Don't Know How To Explain To You That You Should Care About Other People Our disagreement is not merely political, but a fundamental divide on what it means to live in a society By Kayla Chadwick June 26, 2017 7:57 pm By Kayla Chadwick · "Like many Americans, I’m having politics fatigue. Or, to be more specific, arguing-about-politics fatigue. I haven’t run out of salient points or evidence for my political perspective, but there is a particular stumbling block I keep running into when trying to reach across the proverbial aisle and have those “difficult conversations” so smugly suggested by think piece after think piece: I don’t know how to explain to someone why they should care about other people. Personally, I’m happy to pay an extra 4.3 percent for my fast food burger if it means the person making it for me can afford to feed their own family. If you aren’t willing to fork over an extra 17 cents for a Big Mac, you’re a fundamentally different person than I am. I’m perfectly content to pay taxes that go toward public schools, even though I’m childless and intend to stay that way, because all children deserve a quality, free education. If this seems unfair or unreasonable to you, we are never going to see eye to eye. If I have to pay a little more with each paycheck to ensure my fellow Americans can access health care? SIGN ME UP. Poverty should not be a death sentence in the richest country in the world. If you’re okay with thousands of people dying of treatable diseases just so the wealthiest among us can hoard still more wealth, there is a divide between our worldviews that can never be bridged. I don’t know how to convince someone how to experience the basic human emotion of empathy. I cannot have one more conversation with someone who is content to see millions of people suffer needlessly in exchange for a tax cut that statistically they’ll never see (do you make anywhere close to the median American salary? Less? Congrats, this tax break is not for you). I cannot have political debates with these people. Our disagreement is not merely political, but a fundamental divide on what it means to live in a society, how to be a good person, and why any of that matters." 1-2)
June 26: POLITICS
 I Don't Know How To
 Explain To You That
 You Should Care About
 Other People
 Our disagreement is not merely
 political, but a fundamental divide
 on what it means to live in a
 society
 By Kayla Chadwick
 June 26, 2017 7:57 pm
By Kayla Chadwick · "Like many Americans, I’m having politics fatigue. Or, to be more specific, arguing-about-politics fatigue. I haven’t run out of salient points or evidence for my political perspective, but there is a particular stumbling block I keep running into when trying to reach across the proverbial aisle and have those “difficult conversations” so smugly suggested by think piece after think piece: I don’t know how to explain to someone why they should care about other people. Personally, I’m happy to pay an extra 4.3 percent for my fast food burger if it means the person making it for me can afford to feed their own family. If you aren’t willing to fork over an extra 17 cents for a Big Mac, you’re a fundamentally different person than I am. I’m perfectly content to pay taxes that go toward public schools, even though I’m childless and intend to stay that way, because all children deserve a quality, free education. If this seems unfair or unreasonable to you, we are never going to see eye to eye. If I have to pay a little more with each paycheck to ensure my fellow Americans can access health care? SIGN ME UP. Poverty should not be a death sentence in the richest country in the world. If you’re okay with thousands of people dying of treatable diseases just so the wealthiest among us can hoard still more wealth, there is a divide between our worldviews that can never be bridged. I don’t know how to convince someone how to experience the basic human emotion of empathy. I cannot have one more conversation with someone who is content to see millions of people suffer needlessly in exchange for a tax cut that statistically they’ll never see (do you make anywhere close to the median American salary? Less? Congrats, this tax break is not for you). I cannot have political debates with these people. Our disagreement is not merely political, but a fundamental divide on what it means to live in a society, how to be a good person, and why any of that matters." 1-2)

By Kayla Chadwick · "Like many Americans, I’m having politics fatigue. Or, to be more specific, arguing-about-politics fatigue. I haven’t...

June 26: @ch akabars If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies how very different our ideals of beauty would be 🇸🇴Independence and Early Years, 1960 After the 10-year interim period, on June 26, 1960, the northern protectorate of Somaliland gained independence from Britain. Five days later on July 1, 1960, the two former colonies united to form the United Republic of Somalia under President Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, Prime Minister Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, and a 123-member National Assembly representing both territories. Daar ruled Somalia from 1960 until 1967. Shermarke succeeded him and led the country for two years until his assassination in 1969. Though northern and southern Somalia were united under one government, they operated as two separate countries, with different legal, administrative, and educational systems. Beginnings of Dictatorship, 1969-1976 On the day of Shermarke’s funeral, the Somali army, led by Mohamed Siad Barre, staged a bloodless coup. Barre, a charismatic dictator who fostered a cult of personality and called himself “Victorious Leader,” served as president and military ruler of Somalia from 1969-1991 and renamed the country the Somali Democratic Republic. Under Barre’s leadership Somalia sided with the Soviet Union in the Cold War. Though Barre outlawed clan loyalties and promoted his own scientific socialism, he supported clan elders to maintain control of rural areas. The new government, dominated by the only legal political party, the Supreme Revolutionary Council, or SRC, formed a guiding ideology based on a combination of Marxism and the Quran and led a “reeducation” campaign to eliminate opposition. In 1976, the SRC officially marked the end of military rule by dissolving itself and ceded power to its own creation, the Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party, or SRSP. Next week’s Enough 101 will focus on Somalia’s more recent history. chakabars @yescene on the picture ❤
June 26: @ch akabars
 If only our eyes saw souls
 instead of bodies
 how very different our ideals
 of beauty would be
🇸🇴Independence and Early Years, 1960 After the 10-year interim period, on June 26, 1960, the northern protectorate of Somaliland gained independence from Britain. Five days later on July 1, 1960, the two former colonies united to form the United Republic of Somalia under President Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, Prime Minister Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, and a 123-member National Assembly representing both territories. Daar ruled Somalia from 1960 until 1967. Shermarke succeeded him and led the country for two years until his assassination in 1969. Though northern and southern Somalia were united under one government, they operated as two separate countries, with different legal, administrative, and educational systems. Beginnings of Dictatorship, 1969-1976 On the day of Shermarke’s funeral, the Somali army, led by Mohamed Siad Barre, staged a bloodless coup. Barre, a charismatic dictator who fostered a cult of personality and called himself “Victorious Leader,” served as president and military ruler of Somalia from 1969-1991 and renamed the country the Somali Democratic Republic. Under Barre’s leadership Somalia sided with the Soviet Union in the Cold War. Though Barre outlawed clan loyalties and promoted his own scientific socialism, he supported clan elders to maintain control of rural areas. The new government, dominated by the only legal political party, the Supreme Revolutionary Council, or SRC, formed a guiding ideology based on a combination of Marxism and the Quran and led a “reeducation” campaign to eliminate opposition. In 1976, the SRC officially marked the end of military rule by dissolving itself and ceded power to its own creation, the Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party, or SRSP. Next week’s Enough 101 will focus on Somalia’s more recent history. chakabars @yescene on the picture ❤

🇸🇴Independence and Early Years, 1960 After the 10-year interim period, on June 26, 1960, the northern protectorate of Somaliland gained i...

June 26: lf only we could all be as happy as these beautiful and blessed Somali children a oo @chakabars Ten facts about Somalia 🇸🇴 1. Somalia comprises of 27 regions and was colonized by both Britain and France and Italy before it gained independence in July 1, 1960 2. Mogadishu is the capital of Somalia and its largest city. It is also known as Xamar. 3. British Somaliland gained independence from Britain on June 26, 1960 and Italian Somaliland gained independence from Italy just a few days after that on July 1, 1960. 4. The majority of Somalis are Sunni Muslims and a smaller percentage follows the Shia Muslim denomination and Sufism. 5. The official languages spoken in Somalia are Somalie and Arabic. 6. The currency of Somalia is Somali Shilling or SOS which has been in use since 1962. 7. Somalia is a semi arid land that experiences a very hot climate as it is located close to the equator. The average temperature round the year is 20 to 40⁰C. Some parts in the north experience temperatures above 45⁰C. 8. This country is the first African nation that was used for flying warplanes by the British. 9. Somalia is the only country in the world that does not possess a central form of government. 10. Agricultural products include cattle, goats, sheep, corn, sorghum, coconuts, sugarcane, mangoes, rice, sesame seeds and beans. They export livestock, hides, bananas, fish and charcoal. chakabars Picture by @yescene she is an amazing photographer, check him out!
June 26: lf only we could all be as happy as these
 beautiful and blessed Somali children a
 oo @chakabars
Ten facts about Somalia 🇸🇴 1. Somalia comprises of 27 regions and was colonized by both Britain and France and Italy before it gained independence in July 1, 1960 2. Mogadishu is the capital of Somalia and its largest city. It is also known as Xamar. 3. British Somaliland gained independence from Britain on June 26, 1960 and Italian Somaliland gained independence from Italy just a few days after that on July 1, 1960. 4. The majority of Somalis are Sunni Muslims and a smaller percentage follows the Shia Muslim denomination and Sufism. 5. The official languages spoken in Somalia are Somalie and Arabic. 6. The currency of Somalia is Somali Shilling or SOS which has been in use since 1962. 7. Somalia is a semi arid land that experiences a very hot climate as it is located close to the equator. The average temperature round the year is 20 to 40⁰C. Some parts in the north experience temperatures above 45⁰C. 8. This country is the first African nation that was used for flying warplanes by the British. 9. Somalia is the only country in the world that does not possess a central form of government. 10. Agricultural products include cattle, goats, sheep, corn, sorghum, coconuts, sugarcane, mangoes, rice, sesame seeds and beans. They export livestock, hides, bananas, fish and charcoal. chakabars Picture by @yescene she is an amazing photographer, check him out!

Ten facts about Somalia 🇸🇴 1. Somalia comprises of 27 regions and was colonized by both Britain and France and Italy before it gained ind...