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Marek Kaczmarczyk (@mark_otick) Instagram Profile Photo
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Marek Kaczmarczyk

Kiedy ktoś Ci mówil , ze „wyżej dupy nie podskoczysz „ ale Ty i tak udowadniasz ze można . #whichpeople

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Emperor Dino/Clan Abdullah

😂😂🤣🤣 #whichpeople

➡️ that part #whichpeople

Robert E. Wynn Jr. (@rj5q) Instagram Profile Photo
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Robert E. Wynn Jr.

Memphis, Tennessee

A lil 😂 #WhichPeople

Myriam Vanneschi (@vanneschi) Instagram Profile Photo
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Myriam Vanneschi

piece by Nari Ward @nyhistory New York Historical Society ——— is #whichpeople ?

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Andrew Ivens

Drastic changes coming to the lives of Ontarians...but let's focus on the licence plate slogan changing🙄 Directing public focus in the wrong direction is the name of the game! Keep discovering more...after all, it is YOURS! Don't get stuck feeling like . @choppedliverbluegrass #WhichPeople?

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Chris Byers

Day 37: “Unjust Rule Followers” Guilty. I know I am, how about you? I’m guilty of obeying rules and laws without questioning their integrity and validity. So much emphasis in this country places a lot of weight on Constitutional Law and the nature of legal precedence. This process is problematic in that it fails to recognize the embedded injustice in this “sacred document.” This idol, is the royal foundation of a supremacy system that created rules and laws that benefits a certain “We the People,” but in actuality it did not/does not mean “All the People. Dr. King’s nonviolent resistance continues to both challenge and invite All the People, to critically evaluate our legal system in America and how it continues to demand absolute obedience to unjust laws built upon a fractured foundation. The mortar was bad from the beginning. “‘How can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others?’ The answer lies in the fact that there are two types of laws: just and unjust. I would be the first to advocate obeying just laws. One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that ‘an unjust law is no law at all.” Quote taken from, “The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. #whichpeople

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