bauks:

Black girls with natural hair get made fun of and black girls with fake hair get made fun of and black girls with no hair get made fun of so like what are black girls supposed to do but not give a fuck abt u

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cis4cookii:

A boy sleeps amid the rubble of his destroyed house in Gaza Strip on Sept. 1, 2014.

'Officer Darren' is still free…
They never brought our girls back…

And THIS is happening….

I’ll try again later

(Source: TIME, via my-opossum-is-awesome)

Timestamp: 1410814320

cis4cookii:

A boy sleeps amid the rubble of his destroyed house in Gaza Strip on Sept. 1, 2014.

'Officer Darren' is still free…
They never brought our girls back…

And THIS is happening….

I’ll try again later

(Source: TIME, via my-opossum-is-awesome)

schomburgcenter:

Claude McKay, Jamaican-American writer and poet, was born on this day, September 15, 1889. Jamaican born McKay moved to Harlem, after studying the Tuskegee Institute and Kansas State College, when he published some of his first collections of poetry and became a prominent literary artist in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance. Amongst the four novels he authored, “Banjo” was a best seller and won the Harmon Gold Award for Literature. “Harlem Shadows,” a collection of poetry written in 1922, was one of the first books published during the Harlem Renaissance. McKay wrote about social and political issues from the black point of view in the United States. He also wrote about love, life in Jamaica and a wide range of subjects he felt were relevant to the time. 

Image: NYPL Digital Collections 

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Timestamp: 1410814173

schomburgcenter:

Claude McKay, Jamaican-American writer and poet, was born on this day, September 15, 1889. Jamaican born McKay moved to Harlem, after studying the Tuskegee Institute and Kansas State College, when he published some of his first collections of poetry and became a prominent literary artist in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance. Amongst the four novels he authored, “Banjo” was a best seller and won the Harmon Gold Award for Literature. “Harlem Shadows,” a collection of poetry written in 1922, was one of the first books published during the Harlem Renaissance. McKay wrote about social and political issues from the black point of view in the United States. He also wrote about love, life in Jamaica and a wide range of subjects he felt were relevant to the time. 

Image: NYPL Digital Collections 

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c0mf0rt-z0ne:

allthickwomen:

Get it?

this is great

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Timestamp: 1410801787

c0mf0rt-z0ne:

allthickwomen:

Get it?

this is great

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allthingsbadd:

real-hiphophead:

Muhammad Ali. Gloves down

The Muthafuckin Greatest

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Timestamp: 1410801243

allthingsbadd:

real-hiphophead:

Muhammad Ali. Gloves down

The Muthafuckin Greatest

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blunthought:

"My fear was not of death itself, but a death without meaning."

— Huey P. Newton

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Timestamp: 1410800835

blunthought:

"My fear was not of death itself, but a death without meaning."

— Huey P. Newton

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spiritualinspiration:

He reached down from heaven and rescued me; he drew me out of deep waters. (Psalm 18:16)

No matter what’s going on in your life, no matter how somebody is treating you, God has a plan to free you from everything that would try to hold you back. He wants to rescue you and show you His mighty hand of favor and blessing. One translation says “with special and vigorous action.” What does that mean? That means, if you will stay in faith even in the difficult times, God is going to show up with explosive blessings. He is going to bring supernatural turnaround, supernatural breakthroughs, supernatural promotion, and supernatural deliverance.

God is saying, “I’m going to free you from the bondage of poverty and lack. I’m going to free you from the burden of depression and discouragement. I’m going to free you from every addiction, every bad habit.”

You don’t have to live in bondage to anything any longer! God’s arm of deliverance is outstretched toward you. He is setting you free from every bondage so that you can live the life of victory He has in store for you!

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Timestamp: 1410800488

spiritualinspiration:

He reached down from heaven and rescued me; he drew me out of deep waters. (Psalm 18:16)

No matter what’s going on in your life, no matter how somebody is treating you, God has a plan to free you from everything that would try to hold you back. He wants to rescue you and show you His mighty hand of favor and blessing. One translation says “with special and vigorous action.” What does that mean? That means, if you will stay in faith even in the difficult times, God is going to show up with explosive blessings. He is going to bring supernatural turnaround, supernatural breakthroughs, supernatural promotion, and supernatural deliverance.

God is saying, “I’m going to free you from the bondage of poverty and lack. I’m going to free you from the burden of depression and discouragement. I’m going to free you from every addiction, every bad habit.”

You don’t have to live in bondage to anything any longer! God’s arm of deliverance is outstretched toward you. He is setting you free from every bondage so that you can live the life of victory He has in store for you!

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I honestly miss the love we made. It was too good to not have love in it.

But he says he resents me

He looks so happy in pictures with other people… he looks bothered with me though

It’s because he resents me

But I don’t know why. Yea I allowed myself to be deceived by a man offering affection and attention when I was in a less than romantic relationship with you. Yes we have differences when it comes to our beliefs. But you are the one person that I honestly loved, the only one I gave myself to, and you resent me.

Tumblr is like my public private diary

None of my friends are on it like that, yet I have an audience of strangers who can dissect what I say with no bias, considering the fact that they don’t really know me. It’s quite beautiful.

Honestly

I’ma have to stop watching porn. I mean, it’s like a once a month type thing, but still… it’s pretty wack. The guys are just so, ew. Why do they have to put a foot on a girl’s face, or call her demeaning names? Can I get something that I can be envious of? Can I get something that’s not going to make me feel gross after watching it? I don’t need to be looking at porn at all. It’s just gross, and misogynistic honestly.

feministxprincess:

Please don’t ever try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

I repeat, please don’t EVER try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

I swear, I look at it and instantly get turned off. Shit looks painful, hell I know it has to be painful.

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klchaps:

Kathleen Cleaver photographed by Jeff Blankfort, 1968

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Timestamp: 1410751956

klchaps:

Kathleen Cleaver photographed by Jeff Blankfort, 1968

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