jervae:

My dog is ridiculous. She made me post these.

jessehimself:

Demonstrators interrupt STL symphony singing a ‘Requiem for Mike Brown’

http://www.stlamerican.com/news/local_news/article_d3d4e0b0-4c48-11e4-bc55-275aa0a96f33.html

“It is my duty and desire to try to reach out and raise that awareness peacefully but also to disrupt the blind state of white St. Louis, particularly among the people who are secure in their blindness,” said Griesbach, a 42 year old white woman who lives in the Central West End. 

asurocksportfolio:

2014

InkTober 01 with beautiful plus size model Olivia Campbell ♥ Pentel Brushpen

thekingofbutts:

caliphorniaqueen:

lepetitenoirmarkie:

generalbriefing:

jcoleknowsbest:

freshmouthgoddess:

"Anderson Cooper Confronts a Dark History | FINDING YOUR ROOTS, Preview | PBS "

lol that ‘s the one!! watch Henry Louis I love white supremacy say


"Oh what horrible way to die! "

oh you mean beating to death a slaver is glorious Gates while yes

I can’t henry louis gates ass…

In which Anderson Cooper exhibits more sense than HLG. My love for Anderson is reaffirmed.

Anderson is forever bae. I liked his grip of understanding for why his ancestor met his demise, and the bigger amount of sympathy and shame he felt for the unknown slaves his descendent had.

Anderson comes from old money, he’s wealthy…he’s also white and a man, but somehow he gets it and always has.

Anderson cooper is one of the last members of the Vanderbilt family he is old money

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hersheywrites:

neverbiso:

Awe!! Aye LU!

Again, always reblog Black Father Excellence.

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pontiacbandit:

by Nivia Gonzalez

thedailydoodles:

"Alone in your Room", a Haiku
Alone in your roomListening to sad records,Happy with the gloom.

thedailydoodles:

"Alone in your Room", a Haiku

Alone in your room
Listening to sad records,
Happy with the gloom.

shmurdapunk:

are people really just salty because protestors around the world are doing the hands up, don’t shoot thing?

oh wow, look at our black american hypervisibility, we showed everyone else on the planet how to beg for their lives

haikuology:

Two boys, not even

ten, worryin’ ‘bout getting shot

before life begins.

National Moment of Silence for Victims of Police Brutality, U St., Washington D.C. August 14, 2014.

Photo and Haiku Cred: Vanessa Newman

fashionistasrus:

Twitter: KeyairAngels

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