The Anarchist Daily

recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 
recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)
Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 

recoveringfrommyconvictions:

thetinkertoyboy:

Justneckbeardthings

Oh wow, did you cut yourself on your edginess? Like god damn this post isn’t even cute or funny in the least (though those are relative terms)

Also, next time ya wanna use Shane Koyczan (guy in the top pic) in one of these posts, you might wanna look into his background. He’s pretty deep into women’s rights and feminism and mocks the “nice guy” routine in some of his spoken word poetry. 


gjmueller:

The segregation of kindergartners — by the numbers

Here, from the non-profit Economic Policy Institute, is a snapshot of how segregated public schools are, starting in kindergarten. It was written by Elaine Weiss and Emma García. Weiss  has served as the national coordinator for the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education since 2011.  García, who joined the Economic Policy Institute in 2013, specializes in the economics of education and education policy.  EPI was created in 1986 to broaden the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low- and middle-income workers.

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gjmueller:

The segregation of kindergartners — by the numbers

Here, from the non-profit Economic Policy Institute, is a snapshot of how segregated public schools are, starting in kindergarten. It was written by Elaine Weiss and Emma García. Weiss  has served as the national coordinator for the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education since 2011. García, who joined the Economic Policy Institute in 2013, specializes in the economics of education and education policy.  EPI was created in 1986 to broaden the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low- and middle-income workers.