Bro tells me: “You’re such a femenist, it’s not even funny!”.
'Twas a good day, at Border X Brewery in Barrio Logan.

'Twas a good day, at Border X Brewery in Barrio Logan.

Because for some reason, I can’t post the illustration, so I have to add the link. Ni modo.

Selling these tomorrow outside of Comic Con ( between Gaslamp and Con. Center trolley stops) and Logan Ave. for the Art Crawl.

Selling these tomorrow outside of Comic Con ( between Gaslamp and Con. Center trolley stops) and Logan Ave. for the Art Crawl.

First hate mail arrived from San Diego Free Press reader. I might just frame the message and hang it from my wall

"I don’t see why Junco Conche has to make this out to be a prejudice thing. It’s not about hate, it’s about broke America and illegals eating up our tax dollars. hey Junco, why to you invite the 50,000 minors over to your house and feed them."

nitanahkohe:

lady-chevy85:

nitanahkohe:

A mini documentary on sex trafficking of Native women, with particular focus on Minnesota (Native women & girls are frequently sold on the shipping boats that travel around the Lakes, and have been for decades).

"People don’t see Native American women as humans. They see them as punching bags. Or something novel, like a new toy—it’s fun at first, but afterwards you throw it away." —Sarah El Fakahany, Sexual Assault Advocate at Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center

This is very sad, I didn’t know that the Native American women and girls were part of sex trade and prostitution.

it is a very big problem, much bigger than many people realize or want to admit, even among Native communities. if you go to a truck stop anywhere near tribal communities late at night, you will see young Native girls who have been trafficked. Minnesota, Arizona, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Oregon, & Washington are particularly bad. here’s some more resources on sex trafficking of Native women:

kararikue:

curlysalvadoran:

Indigenous Nations of United State and Mexico

"Aaron Carapella, a self-taught mapmaker in Warner, Okla., has pinpointed the locations and original names of hundreds of American Indian nations before their first contact with Europeans."

Downloadable PDFs at the npr website here

You can zoom in and see the grand immensities. 

Aztlán-glorifying, Mexica-fixated Xican@s/Mexicans would do well to memorize this map.

Someone shared an article that featured an image that calls for the abolition of Columbus Day. Another person had the audacity to ask “What did Columbus ever do to you?”. The answer might take a while to wrap up, hope he is sitting in a comfy chair.

Someone shared an article that featured an image that calls for the abolition of Columbus Day. Another person had the audacity to ask “What did Columbus ever do to you?”. The answer might take a while to wrap up, hope he is sitting in a comfy chair.