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Zip Zero Nada

Published March 1, 2017 by Lunapo

Today, March 1st, is zero discrimination day.

Folks continue to be discriminated against due to their race, religion, sexual orientation, country of origin, disability, and age.

I am highly fortunate to not have been grossly discriminated against. I’m a white blond woman who appears rather unintimidating. I have gotten looks related to my pentacle which only has 5 points, not 6.

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Upworthy has posted 19 ways to participate in the day.

This sign is one of the ways to participate. I have seen it posted in yards on my commute home.

This is another one, from the YMCA

One example of many from Duke University

Still another, this one from 

Journey For My Baby

Mommy After Infertility

Our Pantheons Way

A variety of personal musings and occasional lunacy from Troy "Cianaodh Óg" Young.

ROAMIN' GNOMIALS

Empowered by guys in short pants to write whatever I want, whenever I want, for no money whatsoever.

witchlike

Exploring wise-craft and weirdness

benebell wen

author + reader

In The Desert Of Seth

By G. B. Marian

Little Book, Bell and Chalice

Polyamory, Paganism, Parenting, and Straight up Adulting

Willow and Birch

Homeschooling Through Try-all and Err-or?

Moody Moons

Inspiring a Celebration of the Seasons and the Spirit

Crying Over Pumped Milk

Adventures in motherhood

Journey Through Recovery

Amy McCalister's Journey Through Recovery

Beth Owl's Daughter

Inspiring Enchantment & Illumination with Tarot & Intuitive Guidance

Wings

.. where you'll find a little bit of magic every day ..

Biblebelt Witchy Mama

Life and Times of a North Carolina Pagan Parent

Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess

Turning people into toads is usually redundant.

The Mama Witches

spells, charms, and incantations for parents and children

Broomsticks & Cauldrons

A magickal journey to the Goddess

Adventures of a Barefoot Mama

Natural and Pagan parenting on the Isle of Avalon

Beyond The "I" Word

Pregnancy and Parenting After Infertility