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Repost from @imericacampbellusing @repostregramapp- #repost@sonsandbros・・・Substance abuse has always been a health issue. Why is it that we give some communities resources and help while other communities have had nothing but punishment and trauma?#speakonit#doublestandards#health4all#healthandjustice4all#warondrugshttp://bit.ly/2yZK2Al

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Being undocumented adds another layer to the challenge of accessing health care, but as Alan Lopez says, "My blackness does not make me invisible. My queerness does not make me illegitimate. My immigration status does not make me alien." #riseupasoneto ensure #health4all- nobody should have to travel hours just to get tested. Full article on our Facebook page.#stayloud#healthandjustice4all#knowledgeispower

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Have you seen #jay -Z's latest #interview ? He drops gems on creating #musicthat's timeless, dealing with painful emotions and being a #blackman in America. What was your favorite part of the interview? Full article on our Facebook page.#creativesofcolor#hov#stayloud#healthandjustice4allvia: @time#peace#hov#jayz#guns#violence#shooting#cleveland#clevelandcavs

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Have you seen JAY-Z's latest interview? He drops gems on creating music that's timeless, dealing with painful emotions and being a Black man in America. What was your favorite part of the interview? Full article on our Facebook page.#creativesofcolor#hov#stayloud#healthandjustice4allvia: @time

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Recognize the agenda while some communities are worthy of resources other communities only get punishment, rejection and traumatic experiences.#repost@sonsandbros・・・ #focusingontherealissues#doublestandards#substanceabuseisahealthissue#healthandjustice4all#therealwarondrugs#focusontherootcause#morethanjustmyvoice

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Did you know? -------------- "Born in Thailand, Phal Sok came to the US with his family when he was just 6 days old. His family settled in Long Beach as Cambodian refugees fleeing the Khmer Rouge Regime. Though his family was looking to escape conflict for more peaceful lands, an easy life was not in the cards for Sok and his family. At 16, Sok’s father passed away, leaving him with a deep feeling of isolation. Living with the trauma and grief from losing his father and being abandoned by his mother, he took to the streets for some semblance of comfort, purpose and belonging.Sok was 17 when he was tried as an adult and sentenced to 23 years eight months in prison, of which he served 16. For many, that experience is enough to inflict irreparable trauma, but Sok was resilient enough to not only maintain through those years in prison but also keep his spirit alive during what followed. Immediately upon his release from prison, Sok was detained by ICE and held in an immigration facility for eight months before being released, only to be re-detained by ICE four months later. Sok saw detainees treated with no dignity. With no proper outlets for people to cope, many collapsed under the weight of their stress and despair.Sok later was granted bail by a judge after nearly five more months of detention, but his battle with ICE is not yet resolved. Sok is currently working to get pardoned and hopes to apply for his citizenship. Currently, Sok now works as a community organizer with Youth Justice Coalition in Los Angeles and works to be a support system for youth like him. Phal Sok is a powerful advocate and survivor in the struggle for health and justice across borders and beyond prison bars.All year, Sons And Brothers has honored the heroes and hundreds of individuals that have fought and continue to fight the injustices faced by our communities. This week, we will recognize the journeys of some of our community members who have been impacted by incarceration and the ways in which their stories and work are creating a more just FUTURE.by: Lexx Valdez, check out their work here: lexxdigs.tumblr.com or @lexx_valdez#healthandjustice4all #sc

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In this month's issue of @thebeatwithin , some of our youth wrote words of inspiration, resilience and love to young people who are incarcerated. Here are a few of their messages - it's amazing to see the wisdom in our young people. Subscribe to the publication to see all the letters and more dope content!#youthengagement#youthjustice#youthawareness#healthandjustice4all

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ICYMI: @nprpiece last month on #sicklecelland health inequity. Affects 100,000 people in U.S. but receives less than 1/7th of research funds compared to cystic fibrosis, a similarly inherited disorder that affects 30,000 mostly Caucasian people in U.S. "One of the national crises in health care," said one researcher and physician. ----------------------------Artículo desde NPR el mes pasado sobre la #drepanocitosisy la inequidad en salud. Afecta a 100,000 personas en los EEUU pero recibe menos de 1/7 de los fondos de investigación en comparación con la fibrosis quística, una condición hereditaria similar que afecta a 30,000 personas en su mayoría caucásicas en los EEUU. "Una de las crisis nacionales en atención médica", dijo un investigador y médico.--------------------------#healthandjustice4all#blackhealthmatters#healthequity#equidadparatodos#publichealth#saludpublica

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Today is International Persons with Disabilities Day. Today, we promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all areas of society and development, and increase awareness of the daily lives of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.This year's theme is “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all." Let's #riseupasoneto strive towards that goal!#healthandjustice4all#stayloud#equalityforall#equityforall

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"I wonder why native people are the most oppressed. The ones who have been here the longest." -Alicia KeysAlicia Keys used a powerful moment earlier this year to highlight the struggles of Native Americans while being honored by @amnestyfor her support and activism for human rights.#icymi#stayloud#nativeamericanheritage#nativepride#americanhistory#healthandjustice4all