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Si te da por picar les recomiendo un delicioso helado casero 😋💜 a base de yogurt light, granola o cereal y frutos rojos 🍓🍇🍒 el yogurt fortalece nuestro sistema de defensas 💪 y regula la flora intestinal 💚


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Happy birthday to my favorite Scottish drummer: @al_phnx!! Hope you guys are doing well. Can’t wait to see ya again soon


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#detroit #nofilter


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Cuando sabes el valor que tienes🤩. No te da miedo invertí ni tiempo ni dinero en ti misma porque te reconocer como lo más valioso en tu mundo. AmateMas 🌼🌺🌱💖


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#Repost @bldg01 ・・・ Live streaming a night of gay club anthems to support The Detroit I Love Artist Fund on Friday. ❤️ Donate to the fund during the event to receive a gift bag with items from Rocksteady Disco, Rebecca Goldberg, MotorCity Wine, Two James Spirits, Grand Trunk Pub, Detroit Techno Family AreYou#DTF?, The Detroit I Love, and more. ❤️ BLDG01 residents TYLR and Deeper Waters with guest Dr. Poppers (DJ Rico) ❤️ Tune in and follow at twitch.tv/bldg01 ❤️ The Detroit I Love Artist Fund donates 100% of proceeds to local artists and DJs. ❤️ #thedetroitilove #wearedetroit #gayanthems #livestream #detroit @deeperdetroit @tylrdetroit


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Link in bio.... All new shit coming in June #CloudCatcherMusic #Detroit #TimesUp #newrelease


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We have successfully sent masks to all the google form requests!! Our volunteers went out 83 times and delivered a total of 9,100 KN95 masks and 3,200 surgical masks. We’d like to thank our volunteers that delivered the masks!! #volunteer #masks #hospital #healthheroes #healthcareworkers #michigan #detroit #deliver #thankyou #covıd19 #coronavirus #united #delivery #appreciationpost #medical #kn95facemask #northvillemi


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From today’s adventures 🦠😈


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#Detroit Ahoy! Check out behind the scenes footage, @dagumbokooker @_detroitdiamond_ w @blessvision4k shooting #video for new single #ifiwantto, now available on all platforms. Where’s @vessel_corleon at? Probably in the studio w @nadiromowale dropping some more heat. Watch “If I Want To” video on @youtube @youtubemusic here—-> https://youtu.be/7uROUfs6Ifg link in bio... #colacoast #music #hottesttopic #motown #coronavirus #share #covid19 #video #rap #hiphop #dj #blog #news


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Apostle Wayne T. Jackson is on ZOOM! Are you? Download the Zoom App so you can get easy access to online worship services and teachings led by Apostle Wayne T. Jackson. Stay connected to your community of believers and rise above the difficulties and challenges during this health crisis! We want you to continue to experience the power of being TOGETHER in worship online! Download the Zoom App now! Available for FREE on Google Play or the App Store. Get ready for Good Friday Service with Apostle Wayne T. Jackson, Prophet Fred Brame and Prophet Elijah Berrian next week. Click the link in our bio to RSVP. We will send you more updates in the upcoming days. Share this message and get ready for a power-filled service online! If you have any questions, send us an inbox message and we can assist you. #zoom #goodfriday #greatfaithdetroit #detroit #instagram #likethis #apostlewaynetjackson #prophetic #prophets #worship #online #toghether #rsvp #linkinbio #faith #jesus #jesuschrist #loveofgod #god #godislove #trustinhim


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ASIANS IN THE MIDWEST . I grew up in a white neighborhood [near Detroit]. My parents stressed the fact that I'm an American and yet, others looked at me as a Jap. When I played army, I always played the enemy. Sometimes my friends would let me slide and play a "Nazi." One outlet for my frustrations was vandalism—just destroying without getting caught. All I can remember are the bad times. . . High School: I forgot about being called Jap, about being different, tried to survive by keeping up a good image of myself. Don't be aggressive, don't push your feelings onto other people, remain in good rapport with as many people as you can. . . College—same bullshit. I never found anyone who truly related to my feelings. I [dropped out] and split up north. Related to the so-called "hippie culture" and got some ego satisfaction in being a "hip" Asian. I ended up in Los Angeles, dug it, and felt like my life was about to begin. . . I came to realize [that] subtle racism is not something you can easily place your finger on, but a lot is based on "vibrations" with people. It's not something you can organize a demonstration around, but it exists everywhere. Living in a Japanese American community, you can see manifestations: Drug abuse, escapism, isolation, not digging on yourself as a person because you haven't got a he-man or "Miss America" physique, not digging on other Asians because Asians are somehow fucked up—you don't know why—all you know is that they aren't like those Black, Chicano, or white people that you look up to. . . Assimilation or isolation. Either choice is a matter of survival but there's not much pride in either one: a "model minority," or a "banana." Whether in the movement or not, we all face the same problem, creating something that relates to our experiences as Asians and our history as a people in this country. In order to survive, we must understand what our history and present reality are about. We could start by seeking out others who have similar ideas and share them, so we all might have a better picture of what our experience is all about, "feel" our reality, understand our enemy, and, eventually, take control of our own lives.


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