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Nevertheless She Persisted

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Nevertheless.. She Persisted, is a groundbreaking exploration of ableism, gender inequality, racial bias, socio-economic discrimination.

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Visual Art Campaign to bring a voice to the voiceless people with disabilities.

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Nevertheless, She Persisted is a true story of surviving judicial abuse by the hands Judge Kavanaugh

Nevertheless She Persisted

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"Complicity"

Complicity voice to the voiceless Judge Richard J Leon Judicial Abuse Color of Law Center

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"God Bless America"

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"1960's Slavery"

1960's slavery Nevertheless She Persisted book civil rights of surviving judicial abuse #NoKavanaugh

"Hear No Evil See No Evil"

Hear No Evil See No Evil voice to the voiceless Judge Richar Leon Judicial Abuse Color of Law Center

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Spreading Judicial Abuse Awareness

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Tampa - Nevertheless She Persisted Pre-Book Release Party and Art Show.

Nevertheless, She Persisted: is a groundbreaking true story of surviving judicial abuse #NoKavanaugh

Martha's Vineyard - Nevertheless She Persisted Pre-Book Release Party and Art Show.

Nevertheless, She Persisted: is a groundbreaking true story of surviving judicial abuse #NoKavanaugh

Martha Vineyard

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Nevertheless, She Persisted speaking tour spreading awareness of Judge Kavanaugh before the world was aware of his abuse.

Supreme Court

Supreme Court "If you are silent about your pain they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it"

"If you are silent about your pain they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it"

American Constitution Society

 American Constitution Society speaking about judicial bias destroys people with disabilities lives

Lena broke down in tears while speaking about judicial bias and how it destroys people with disabilities lives.

National Newspaper Publishers Associations

National Newspaper Publishers Associations  spreading awareness of disability abuse.

Angelene at the National Newspaper Publishers Associations  spreading awareness of disability

48th ALC's ~ Congressional Black Caucus

Etan Thomas NBA Veteran Author Activist and Motivational Speaker Congressional Black Caucus book art

Etan Thomas NBA Veteran, Author, Activist and Motivational Speaker

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Police Tasing A Baby

Police abuse in post-racial America. Officer Joshua Scaglione and other officers, tased a baby on August 18, 2018.  Abuse of voiceless Americans is not only against the law, but it is against humanity. Write to: Westland County MI Police Chief:  Jeff Jedrusik, Deputy Chiefs: Brian Miller and Randy Thivierge Address:  36701 Ford Road Westland, MI 48185 E-mail:  administration@wlpd.net Phone:  734-722-9600 (non-emergency) Fax: 734-722-3220

87 year old woman with disabilities tased by four Chatsworth, Ga Police officer on August 10, 2018.


https://www.innocenceproject.org/georgia-police-taser-87-year-old-woman/

People with Disabilities are the Largest Minority Group in America! But Their Voices Goes Unheard Due to Their Vulnerability! Due to Their Disabilities! Due to Their Income! Due to Their Status! It is up to All Americans to Stop Turning a Blind Eye! #DoSomething

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