Petition to Facebook
Ban the eggplant emoji as it is a sign of female oppression and promotes rape culture.
Picture this; an innocent woman sitting on the couch eating popcorn and watching "Thelma and Louise", when a friend she is messaging sends the eggplant emoji in a sexually explicit manner. Immediately she feels dirty, like he violated her space. like she was intellectually violated.The eggplant emoji is highly problematic. Why does it even exist? Obviously it's a sign of the patriarchy, and its only inherent value is to oppress women.This can't be aloud to continue, Imagine all the women traumatized by the intellectual rape that takes place. We can't allow this harassment to continue. We need to act now so other women don't get intellectually violated.Facebook and other platforms need to remove this emoji. It is a violent symbol whose only purpose is to oppress and violate women
Petition to Morgan Haley, Erin Moe, Laura Whaley
Remove Pictures Portraying White Saviors and Kids with Medical Conditions
These ladies have posted pictures of what appears to look like “White Savior Complex.” They even claim that the children of Uganda don’t get enough love from their own nannies, from the village of Uganda. Morgan, And Laura Whaley posted a photo of a child, who has what appears to be dermatitis on his face. He appears to look sad. In one video, Morgan Haley appears to look down upon the children, while it also looks as though she is petting or patting them on their heads. All 3 woman and others from this so called missions trip with Give International have posted many photos that all display the “White Savior Complex.” One of the photos even has a racist caption where Erin claims that she can’t outrun “African Kids.” Please remove your photos. You can fin these ladies on Instagram @FindingMorganTyler @ErinMoe @LoeWhaley
Petition to Joe Platania
Demand Joe Platania Drop the Charges Against Corey Long and Donald Blakney
Eight months have passed since August 12th, the day that white supremacists invaded a community and terrorized everyone in their wake. Although many have already forgotten about Charlottesville and it's impact on those who experienced it, marginalized residents have not stopped facing continual trauma from the horrific events that took place. In particular, three black community members in Charlottesville who stood up against Nazis continue to be targeted by the cops and courts for their involvement in showing up against white supremacy. Charlottesville police charged Corey Long, Donald Blakney and Deandre Harris with various outrageous misdemeanors and felonies. The police and courts wanted to paint a narrative that these defenders were threats to public safety. But we weren't buying that. We showed up with signs, chants and bodies on the day of Deandre's trial and made it known to the public that we won't stand idly by while community protectors are forced to relive their trauma and endure the senselessness of the trial process. The courts ultimately found Deandre rightfully not guilty. But in this town, it never ends. Now, two more of our community defenders await trial. But we don't want to rely on the court system to get justice for Donald and Corey- we want the charges dropped now. Joe Platania, the Commonwealth's Attorney, has the ability to drop the charges and not persue the case. So why won't he? Sign this petition to let Joe Platania know Corey Long did NOTHING wrong. Donald Blakney is a community hero. Urge Joe Platania to drop these senseless charges now. Every show of support for these community defenders counts. There will be no peace without justice. Fighting white supremacy is not a crime.And justice for Corey and Donald comes when Joe Platania agrees to drop the charges. #CoreyLongDidNothingWrong #DropEmCville
Petition to Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington, Chloe Angyal
Oust Chloe Angyal as a White Feminist
Chloe Angyal, the Deputy Opinion Editor at HuffPost, has continued to claim to be for improving diversity, but she fails to see the errs of her white feminism. Her failure to give up her position to someone from a marginalized community is exactly what is wrong with white feminism and contributes to the wage gap between different races. More minorities need to be given senior positions to fix the issues in society and I think it should start with the white women that fail to see their own hypocrisy. I am calling for her to resign from her position and give it up to someone highly qualified from a marginalized community.
Petition to Estee Lauder, L'Oreal , Johnson & Johnson, Pantone inc
Demand Brands Recognize That Nude Is Not Just One Color
Help Nude Against Nude’s voice grow stronger by tweeting at these major brands on October 4, 2017 with the tweet below: I disagree with @esteelauder @loreal @JNJCares use of ‘nude’. Nude is many colors, not just white. #NudeAgainstNude nudeagainstnude.com NUDE AGAINST NUDE It is 2017. Some brands still describe their cream or beige products as ‘nude’. They still cater to only bare white skin. As long as ‘nude’ is used interchangeably with beige, we alienate millions of people of color in a casual instance of racism.Nude Against Nude demands that these brands change any products labeled as nude to beige or cream.Through Instagram and wild postings in New York, Nude Against Nude is getting the word out there. Through this petition, we are getting it to the right people. When you sign the petition you join us in confronting brands that still propagate ‘nude’ as one color. You demand they include the millions they have ignored. Follow us on Twitter/Instagram: @nudeagainstnudeFind out more: http://nudeagainstnude.com/Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org