The U.S. government is using Thanksgiving to hide its plans to destroy net neutrality

The U.S. government is using Thanksgiving to hide its plans to destroy net neutrality:

fullhalalalchemist:

cultofthewyrm:

This is important and everyone should know about it. Ajit Pai is an unapologetic piece of shit and he needs to be opposed at every turn. Signal boost. 

democrats AND republicans both want net neutrality. advocacy groups in touch with congress have said that if your members of congress receive calls from you, they are more encouraged and more likely to take action to stop Pai’s plan to gut net neutrality. after Nov. 22, it will be MUCH HARDER to convince your member of congress.

please, call them. call them daily.

https://www.battleforthenet.com/

hey guys, please reblog this version and don’t forget to call!!! if you are nervous about calling, you can use resistbot to send faxes to your reps and the stance app to pre-record your message so you won’t have to speak to anyone. (available in both google play and app store)

350-year-old woman helping to preserve Rocky Cree language

350-year-old woman helping to preserve Rocky Cree language:

eveningstarwoman:

Nearly 25 years ago the remains of a Cree woman were found in South Indian Lake — nearly 800 kilometres north of Winnipeg. The body was 350 years old and she was believed to have been around 25-years-old when she died. Now she is helping to preserve the Rocky Cree language.

Her story was brought to life in 2013 by Cree Elder William Dumas, with the help of the University of Winnipeg…Now that book, Pisim Finds her Miskanow, will become part of a series of six picture books and digital storybooks about the Asiniskow Ithiniwak, or Rocky Cree.

350-year-old woman helping to preserve Rocky Cree language

350-year-old woman helping to preserve Rocky Cree language:

eveningstarwoman:

Nearly 25 years ago the remains of a Cree woman were found in South Indian Lake — nearly 800 kilometres north of Winnipeg. The body was 350 years old and she was believed to have been around 25-years-old when she died. Now she is helping to preserve the Rocky Cree language.

Her story was brought to life in 2013 by Cree Elder William Dumas, with the help of the University of Winnipeg…Now that book, Pisim Finds her Miskanow, will become part of a series of six picture books and digital storybooks about the Asiniskow Ithiniwak, or Rocky Cree.

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archatlas:

Revealing the Hidden Patterns of Birds in Motion

Dennis Hlynsky, a film and animation professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, creates videos at the intersection of art and science. Hlynsky transforms ordinary footage of birds and insects into ethereal illustrations by digitally tracing the paths they travel. 

Hlynsky’s work is typically featured in galleries, where the video is projected on large screens with recorded sound. To see more videos from Hlynsky, please visit his Vimeo channel

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