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somni:

Mick Jenkins.
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frenchinhalechanelxoxo:

infamousindigochild:

torilisabeth:

jmmyjmp:

black—lamb:

THIS


I feel this on an entirely too personal level

If a black dude makes fun of a DARKSKINNED woman he hates himself. Period.

smh
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justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
justtforrmee:

blackcooliequeen:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

hardest workin man in hollywood fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies

I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.

^^ omg me too
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deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
deebott:

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.
Read the full list | Follow micdotcom


also I have a 7th
7. BECAUSE WE ARE FUCKING HUMAN AND OUR LIVES MATTER.
why is it we gotta be doing some wild shit to make our lives worth something why cant being alive count for anything?
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ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
ultravioletrai:


I love my skin!

Do you all understand how important this is? Do you? So many dark skinned girls will look at this—or have seen this and will feel, even if by a little, better about themselves. Sometimes all a kid needs is validation from someone who is just a little bit like them in some way or form (you know that word “representation”?) so they can easily believe and SEE they, too, can get to that level of whatever in their life. In this case a girl can say, “hey she’s dark like me and loves her skin. I can too!” It’s one thing for someone in their everyday life to shower them with love and assurance that they’re fine in the skin they’re in, but it’s another thing to actually bare witness to it in the media you consume. It’s not just your mom being nice to you. The world thinks you’re fine the way you are too. This is so important. They need to see women like this everywhere. They need to see themselves saying they love what society says they should hate. They NEED, TO,
SEE, THIS. It’s revolutionary to say you love what you got and didn’t ask for despite the world telling you otherwise. So bless Sesame Street, man. The Whip My Hair bit from Willow and now the loving your skin color bit with Lupita makes them a SUPER important children’s program.
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cute-pubes:

As I was sitting in the back of the police car, I remembered the countless times my father came home frustrated or humiliated by the cops when he had done nothing wrong. I felt his shame, his anger, and my own feelings of frustration for existing in a world where I have allowed myself to believe that “authority figures” could control my BEING… my ability to BE!
Danièle’s husband, Brian Lucas, who is white, says he believes they were targeted because they are an interracial couple.
Read more here
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lilmissnayers:

moto-vet:

classof1999:

living-in-gmajor:

Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.

she knew what was up

Holy shit :O

😂
lilmissnayers:

moto-vet:

classof1999:

living-in-gmajor:

Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.

she knew what was up

Holy shit :O

😂
lilmissnayers:

moto-vet:

classof1999:

living-in-gmajor:

Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.

she knew what was up

Holy shit :O

😂
lilmissnayers:

moto-vet:

classof1999:

living-in-gmajor:

Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.

she knew what was up

Holy shit :O

😂
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youngblackandvegan:

racism-sexist-ableism-ohmy:

goingdownthebayou:

ishyagrrrl:

My brother sent me a picture of a few young girls protesting outside of Party City in Harlem, today. They want Princess Tiana back.

Amazing! “Kids don’t see racial differences.” “Tiana is available online only” You go girls!!!

"Representation doesn’t matter."
"Kids don’t see race."
These girls just proved you all wrong.

precious angels!
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pinupandpophearts:

Black pinup girls exist too…really feel like they are under appreciated.
Pophearts <3
pinupandpophearts:

Black pinup girls exist too…really feel like they are under appreciated.
Pophearts <3
pinupandpophearts:

Black pinup girls exist too…really feel like they are under appreciated.
Pophearts <3
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suburban-dyke:

An old water tower in Trenton, NJ.
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Me and my YG 💁💕🔐
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Q: you say that you want racial equality... but everything I see on your blog is racist against white people. Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought maybe you're the racist? I'm sure all that you'll have to say back to this is something about me being wrong JUST because of my skin color being white. YOU are the racist, not the white people that you hate so much. Your way of thinking likely came from being raised in a racist household. Didn't your momma teach you better than to judge?
Asked by 420camgirl
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Kik me @SheLanavelli or hit my inbox 😍💕I’m bored😩👋

I’m 15 so dont ask 👐🙊
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Kik me @SheLanavelli or hit my inbox 😍💕I’m bored😩👋

I’m 15 so dont ask 👐🙊