1. I’ve been told
    that people in the army
    do more by 7:00 am
    than I do
    in an entire day

    but if I wake
    at 6:59 am
    and turn to you
    to trace the outline of your lips
    with mine
    I will have done enough
    and killed no one
    in the process.

    6:59 am By Shane Koyczan (via destinedtodothisforever)
    Reblogged from: destinedtodothisforever
  2. I will love myself despite the ease with which I lean toward the opposite.
    Shane Koyczan - To This Day (via tellmewhatmyfistskeepwriting)
  3. hqlines:

~ Shane Koyczan

    hqlines:

    ~ Shane Koyczan

    Reblogged from: hqlines
  4. We’re all shipwrecked on this idea that everything has to be explained.
    Shane Koyczan, Atlantis (via silhouetteme)
    Reblogged from: silhouetteme
  5. Another Challenge of Parenting While Poor: Wealthy Judges

    Reblogged from: belcanta
  6. humanrightswatch:


Uganda: Homeless Children Face Violence, Exploitation
 Uganda is failing to protect homeless children against police abuse and other violence. Street children throughout Uganda’s urban centers face violence, and physical and sexual abuse. National and local government officials should put an end to organized roundups of street children, hold police and others accountable for beatings, and provide improved access for these children to education and healthcare.Police and other officials, including those from the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), have beaten, extorted money from, and arbitrarily detained street children after targeted roundups. In police cells children have faced further beatings and forced labor, including cleaning the cells and police living quarters. On the streets, homeless adults and older children harass, threaten, beat, sexually abuse, force drugs upon, and exploit street children, often with impunity.
Read more.
Photo: Street children in Mbale town, east of Kampala sleep on shop verandas after owners have closed for the day. © 2014 Edward Echwalu

    humanrightswatch:

    Uganda: Homeless Children Face Violence, Exploitation

     Uganda is failing to protect homeless children against police abuse and other violence. Street children throughout Uganda’s urban centers face violence, and physical and sexual abuse. National and local government officials should put an end to organized roundups of street children, hold police and others accountable for beatings, and provide improved access for these children to education and healthcare.

    Police and other officials, including those from the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), have beaten, extorted money from, and arbitrarily detained street children after targeted roundups. In police cells children have faced further beatings and forced labor, including cleaning the cells and police living quarters. On the streets, homeless adults and older children harass, threaten, beat, sexually abuse, force drugs upon, and exploit street children, often with impunity.

    Read more.

    Photo: Street children in Mbale town, east of Kampala sleep on shop verandas after owners have closed for the day. © 2014 Edward Echwalu

    Reblogged from: belcanta
  7. Reblogged from: headkittens
  8. No society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick person is denied medical aid because of a lack of means.
    Aneurin Bevan, Founder of the National Health Service (via overjoyed-onetwenty-three)
    Reblogged from: belcanta
  9. so-personal:

everything personal♡

    so-personal:

    everything personal♡

    Reblogged from: lucydiam0nd
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