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Kim Niles
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Contemporary Pup Artist, Surface Designer, Illustrator & Author
Contemporary Pup Artist, Surface Designer, Illustrator & Author

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Big shout out of THANKS to my #KiniArt   #Havanese   #dog   #art  collector in MT... I sincerely appreciate your interest in my #artwork !
#dogart   #puppylove  

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Big shout out of THANKS to my MD #Doxie   #Dachshund  #Dog #art collector for your #KiniArt  purchases. I sincerely appreciate your enthusiasm for my art!

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America is broken politically.

We practice disrespect and contempt towards each other.
We practice assuming the worse of each other.
We practice shouting over each other.
We practice passing each other false information.
We practice taking disagreements personal.
We practice thinking we are right.
We practice impulsiveness.

And what's worse is that we have many politicians, opportunists, and much of the media abuse and inflame these acts.

A United States that is politically broken will begin breaking in all areas.
We need to make a conscious effort to change if we want a stronger United States.

We need to practice respecting each other.
We need to practice assuming the best of each other.
We need to practice listening to each other.
We need to practice catching falsehoods before we spread them.
We need to practice being impartial and calm.
We need to practice thinking we are most likely wrong.
We need to practice patience.

Because we become what we practice.

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Here's a super easy way to help the Standing Rock Sioux right now - send an online letter to the Dept. of the Army's Civil Works division about the Dakota Access Pipeline, asking them to consider tribal treaty rights, natural resources, cultural and sacred places, socio-economical concerns, and environmental justice in their EIS.

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1 out of every 6 women in the United States have been victims of sexual abuse.

1 out of every 3 women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.

Though women's rights in the united States are some of the strongest in the developing world, it is far from solved. And as with many rights, movements to support them aren't only mobilized to obtain them, but also protect and strengthen them.

"You have to treat women like shit"

"When I come home and dinner's not ready, I go through the roof"

"It must be a pretty picture. You dropping to your knees."

"I moved on her like a bitch"

"Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything"

With an unprecedented abrasive attitude toward women it is unfortunate that our current president has used quite misogynistic language that, intended or not, emboldens the very attitudes that lead to our nation's sexual abuse problems.

This is but one of many legitimate non-partisan reasons women and men across our nation decided to march yesterday. It is unfortunate to see this politicized.

I was not able to march, but am thankful for those that were able to be there and support the women in my life and in these great United States.

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Police, military police and national guard acting as terrorist toward peaceful prayerful water protectors on behalf of a oil company who has been repeatedly BREAKING THE LAW!

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YES, they DO!

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