Altered State of Being


I am....more than I was yesterday but less than I want to be for tomorrow. I find life tedious, amazing, astounding, exasperating, contradictory, heartbreaking, and so very beautiful. I want to devour it and make it everything I've ever dreamed because as far as we know we only get one...



kiarasnaps:

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so, the finale.


acceber74:

….when it comes to a black woman having a potential relationship with the white male lead. Suddenly, there’s “too much going on” for a relationship, and the black woman doesn’t need to be seen as dependent on a man (which is such bullshit as she’s already independent and solitary to a fault).






glitchbunny:

Never trust a person who can’t gracefully accept that they shouldn’t say certain words due to violent histories of those said words

(via heartinamitten)


modelsofcolor:

Dan’ee Doty

(Source: browngurl)




queenofthesideeye:

samwilson-bootyenthusiast:

sultan-minutes:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

Rock was bused to schools in predominately white neighborhoods of Brooklyn, where he endured bullying and beatings from white students. As he got older, the bullying became worse and Rock’s parents pulled him out of James Madison High School. He decided to drop out of high school altogether and later received a GED.

Just a reminder: Racism is not restricted to the South and it never was.

A wise black man once told me “that whites in the south like niggas in particular, not in general, and whites in the north like niggas in general, not in particular.”

my great grandma used to say that too^

I never heard that one!!

(Source: fallsonamemory, via decolonize-all-the-things)



eibmorb:

Nykhor Paul, March 2012

(via guitarbains)


What Scooby Doo REALLY taught us is that once you pull off the mask, the real villain is usually an old white man trying to steal everyone’s land or money.



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