goberzerkandfightwithanut:

humansofnewyork:

"I had a whole vision. I wasn’t a pro, but I could film from different angles and stuff. I was going to have a whole YouTube channel with different kids doing rap battles. I worked really hard at it, but nobody except my friends ever looked at it. And all the adults in my life told me that I was wasting my time. So one day I got mad at life, and started deleting, deleting, deleting, until it was all gone."

this makes me so fucking sad

goberzerkandfightwithanut:

humansofnewyork:

"I had a whole vision. I wasn’t a pro, but I could film from different angles and stuff. I was going to have a whole YouTube channel with different kids doing rap battles. I worked really hard at it, but nobody except my friends ever looked at it. And all the adults in my life told me that I was wasting my time. So one day I got mad at life, and started deleting, deleting, deleting, until it was all gone."

this makes me so fucking sad

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"When “i” is replaced with “we” even illness becomes wellness."

— Malcolm X (via skyb0urne)

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"“Do you also think it’s odd that white men commit the overwhelming majority of mass murders,” wondered Nancy Hogshead-Makar, Senior Director of Advocacy for the Women’s Sports Foundation, “but that people don’t identify that as a causal factor? Instead we talk about mental illness and gun control. If it were Asian women or Jewish men or elderly African-American, it would be topic number one. But not white men.” In fact, the media response to mass shootings often reimagines white men as victims."

The Unbearable Invisibility of White Masculinity: Innocence In the Age of White Male Mass Shootings (via mslorelei)

Just saying… 

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And it’s fucking bullshit that needs to stop!

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After long day….now I attempt to tame my hair #naturalhair #brownskinlady #Brownskin #Nigerian #washandgo #4cHair #shrinkageaintajoke

After long day….now I attempt to tame my hair #naturalhair #brownskinlady #Brownskin #Nigerian #washandgo #4cHair #shrinkageaintajoke

Humble beginnings, Oak Park #oakpark #taylorpark #birdsonsunday #suburbs

Humble beginnings, Oak Park #oakpark #taylorpark #birdsonsunday #suburbs

  • Me on my wedding day: you still like me right
"It’s beautiful when you find someone that is in love with your mind. Someone that wants to undress your conscience and make love to your thoughts. Someone that wants to watch you slowly take down all the walls you’ve built up around your mind and let them inside."

— (via psych-facts)

waiting for this

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creolespice:

curvellas:

me walking down the aisle at my wedding

with my soon to be husband meeting me halfway like…

creolespice:

curvellas:

me walking down the aisle at my wedding

with my soon to be husband meeting me halfway like…

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gradientlair:

The compliments below are ones that some people who are genuinely trying to be nice tend to give me. I appreciate the sentiment behind them but honestly, the compliments are just reminders of inequality. I mostly try to ignore these compliments, or at times I say a simple…

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spokenelle:

 

str8nochaser:

ourafrica:

BIGGEST PLOT TWIST! MUST WATCH. 

okay. this just made my gotdamb day.

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lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

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progressivefriends:

sancophaleague:

We should know by know the  Media doesn’t want to show us positive black stories so we do our best at SanCopha League To share as many as possible. Meet Stephen R. Stafford.

"At just 16 years old, Stephen R. Stafford II has accomplished more than most of the general population.

He is currently earning credits toward his triple major at Morehouse College —pre-med, mathematics and computer science.

The genius has yet another achievement to add to his list. He made “The World’s 50 Smartest Teenagers.”

Stephen started at Morehouse College at 11 years of age because his mother, who was homeschooling him, could not keep up with his potential. The college student is also a talented classical pianist; he began to play the piano at the age of two. When asked about his exceptional abilities, the teen replies: “I’m just like any other kid. I just learn very, very quickly.”

Georgia law requires a student to be 16 before they can graduate from high school. Because of this, Stephen will receive his college degrees just one year after he graduates high school. His plans are to attended Morehouse School of Medicine, where he is expected to graduate from the school at 22.”

Source: (http://www.blackyouthproject.com)

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#Sancophaleague #Blackexcellence #BlackChildren

Would reblog if he were fucking white. This is amazing for anyone.

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