Because why go outside (gasp!) and get involved when you can just like and reblog posts from the comfort of your home.
this is fucking stupid as hell. where have thousands of petitions been circulated at record time? tumblr. where have thousands of missing persons posts circulated at light speed? oh wait… tumblr. where has awareness and dialogue about groups of people who are Spoken Above and Silenced Publicly and in “Real Life” occurred? oh wait… the fucking internet. like, some lame ass holding a peace sign isnt fucking activism, it means nothing. there are literally thousands of scholarly, academic level breakdowns of important issues on every topic on this website, and people are really still doing this shit? still wearing the horse blinders? are y’all nine? nine is too old. seven?
oh i forgot, people who are affected by these issues still have to hold jobs and take care of families, live in places where it is UNSAFE for them to take their voice to the streets, where people are literally being SHOT DEAD for protesting in CURRENT TIME, and people really want to fixate like this? it’s just so fucking reductive, this is like tier-one level reasoning.
Posts on Tumblr can rid of close-mindedness, of ignorance and lets people see it from other POVs. Ain’t nothing wrong with that.
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I don’t understand why people think those two things are mutually exclusive. kanye can care about kanye and racism at the same time.
Kanye is a pop star, he’s not a community leader or someone who has dedicated their lives to social change. So I’m not judging his actions in comparison to Huey Newton or Malcolm X because they’re living two entirely different existences.
I’m judging his actions in relation to other entertainers who use their platform to also advocate for minorities. And in that context I do think he’s used his fame to speak up a lot.
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