Nothing haunts you like unexpressed feelings.

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feelthestreets:

Fin DAC / Angelina Christina
Sao Paulo, Brazil.

feelthestreets:

Fin DAC / Angelina Christina

Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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poopflow:

I CANT BREATHE

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white woman: men are awful
white man: not all men!
white woman: yes but enough men so that i feel endangered, your comment is unnecessary and derails the dialogue of women's issues that i am attempting to engage in
person of color: white people are awful
white woman: not all white people!

Anonymous said: isnt saying "white people" or "black people" all dehumanizing why not just say people we're all just people

dynastylnoire:

theblackandgreenmartian:

teamdorkskin:

theblackandgreenmartian:

problackgirl:

Idk man you should ask white people why they decided that every other race was inferior to them, why they decided to enslave a whole race of people and literally strip them of all human rights, before then pushing the global idea of white supremacy and anti-blackness and making it so ingrained into society, you should also ask them why they still treat black people/POC like second class citizens, give us little to no representation…. and then expect us to shut up and pretend the inequalities *they* put in place to oppress us don’t exist bcs ‘we’re all people’, idk man

Now this was a read.

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'why not just say people'

do you not know that white people were the ones that put the system of whiteness in place

y’all were the ones that asked for this

making whiteness an exclusive club to make yourselves superior

now you wanna just be people?

like okay……

Good Commentary.

they tried it

blastortoise:

hookbillkoopa:

i have never been dragged

Ur white that’s an eternal drag

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T-Boz, Estelle, Esperanza, Monica, and Kimbra featured in Janelle Monáe’s new music video "Electric Lady"

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mickyalexander:

Of course her boo Esperanza is in this lol.

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thegreatwhitecockroach:

newwavefeminism:

toastyslayingbutter:

dynastylnoire:

siddharthasmama:

nezua:

Never forget the foundation of Law and Order.

People really don’t know that America’s first police force was made to keep watch for runaway slaves and keep free ones in check. This has carried over into today and will never stop, unfortunately.

KRS One tried to tell us

The first police “organizations” were Rattle Watches. The first police officers were Runaway Slave Patrolman, which started in 1705.

Historical context is significant

[proof]

thegreatwhitecockroach:

newwavefeminism:

toastyslayingbutter:

dynastylnoire:

siddharthasmama:

nezua:

Never forget the foundation of Law and Order.

People really don’t know that America’s first police force was made to keep watch for runaway slaves and keep free ones in check. This has carried over into today and will never stop, unfortunately.

KRS One tried to tell us

The first police “organizations” were Rattle Watches. The first police officers were Runaway Slave Patrolman, which started in 1705.

Historical context is significant

[proof]

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as a child,
there was either
books
or
pain.
i chose books.

how i became a writer, nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

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whitetears365:

#WhitePeopleEquivalents

Well this looks to be pretty accurate.

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