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Help Jenn St-Onge Support Families Separated At The U.S-Mexico Border

Honestly there are times that I really feel like the world is going to shit, or that humanity is irretrievably doomed to fail itself. Let’s face it we really could use a Superhero to come in and save us from all the crap that’s going on, sadly there are no Superheroes out there, but maybe a regular hero will do. Enter Jenn St-Onge, she is one such hero. Shocked at the treatment of children at the border between Mexico and the United States of America this talented artist decided that she’s making her very awesome Batwoman print available for a limited time to raise money for a wide variety of charities that are working to help families separated at the border. These are including but not limited to the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Women’s Refugee Commission and more.

Stating Stand Together, Give No Quarter this truly is a motto for our times.

On her site she had this to say: 

“Reading the news these past weeks has been especially heartbreaking and I don’t know what I could create right now that would feel appropriate for the context, but I think the sentiment of this piece still stands; never give up, never stop fighting for what is right and standing up for those who need it. Thank you so much for your care and compassion, the world needs it right now.”

If your looking to get yourself a copy and support these wonderful causes then click here.

In the end it’s not often I get political here but honestly when there is children involved I think we all need to rise about being Left or Right and try and find a truly humane solution to the problem. 

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