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I'm Meghan, 22. She, her, herself. I am from Sin City. Quite left-brained. My sister's blog: we-sail-today.tumblr.com

aleycialone:

clarknokent:

king-emare:

titytwochainz:

cheef-keefs-lotion:

mightymorphinlightskin:

2damnfeisty:

bblackgoldd:

I am so glad I pressed play

somebody do a mix/remix with this. she gave you bars.

is that trina’s mom

Anti TMG ANTHEM!

bars whoo shit

lmaooo

Bars, upon bars, upon bars!

RIP she just killed the club!!!!

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"Peering and jeering at black women who tell fantastical tales, sing songs and recount bawdy stories has been an American cultural fascination since the 1830s when P.T. Barnum employed a black woman named Joyce Heth as a cultural performer. Joyce Heth claimed to have been George Washington’s 160-year-old former nursemaid. She sat in a cage for hours each day while circus goers came by and peered at her body, listened to her unbelievable tales and tried to examine her physical body. Joyce Heth, according to Benjamin Reiss, was one of the earliest images – if not the earliest—of a black woman to appear in newsprint. Black women’s long historical status as a kind of grotesque amusement for the American public informs the way we understand and interact with black women performers today."

-America’s grotesque amusement: The joke is on black women again - Salon.com (via guerrillamamamedicine)

(via blackfeminism)

aintralph:

afro-centricqueen:

"There are Negroes who will never fight for freedom.There are Negroes who will seek profit for themselves alone from the struggle. There are even some Negroes who will cooperate with their oppressors. These facts should distress no one.Every minority and every people has its share of opportunists, profiteers, free-loaders and escapists.”-Martin Luther King, Jr.

Basically about new blacks.

aintralph:

afro-centricqueen:

"There are Negroes who will never fight for freedom.

There are Negroes who will seek profit for themselves alone from the struggle. There are even some Negroes who will cooperate with their oppressors. These facts should distress no one.

Every minority and every people has its share of opportunists, profiteers, free-loaders and escapists.”

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

Basically about new blacks.

(via reverseracism)

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

thegreensanitarium:

riverdogproductions:

newworldorganization:

drifterscave:

doitsundere:

anal0g2:

asvpyeezy:

kanye sleeping.

shhhh

Kanye Rest

in his Kanye Nest

when he wakes up he’s going to be his kanye best

This is the tale of Kanye West, who is snuggled in his Kanye Nest, having himself a Kanye Rest, for he must be at his Kanye Best, before he’s off on a Kanye Quest, where he’ll be put to the Kanye Test, in hopes to retrieve the Kanye Chest that is distinctly marked with the Kanye Crest, He shall return to the Kanye Nest and have himself a Kanye Fest, where he will welcome many Kanye Guests, but first he must be rid of Kanye Pests, before he can put on his Kanye Vest and dance at the party with such Kanye Zest.

did you just

this sounds like the intro theme song to a children’s show about kanye west going on adventures and respecting the sanctity of nap time

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

thegreensanitarium:

riverdogproductions:

newworldorganization:

drifterscave:

doitsundere:

anal0g2:

asvpyeezy:

kanye sleeping.

shhhh

Kanye Rest

in his Kanye Nest

when he wakes up he’s going to be his kanye best

This is the tale of Kanye West, who is snuggled in his Kanye Nest, having himself a Kanye Rest, for he must be at his Kanye Best, before he’s off on a Kanye Quest, where he’ll be put to the Kanye Test, in hopes to retrieve the Kanye Chest that is distinctly marked with the Kanye Crest, He shall return to the Kanye Nest and have himself a Kanye Fest, where he will welcome many Kanye Guests, but first he must be rid of Kanye Pests, before he can put on his Kanye Vest and dance at the party with such Kanye Zest.

did you just

this sounds like the intro theme song to a children’s show about kanye west going on adventures and respecting the sanctity of nap time

(via lumpenspaceproletariat)

Urgh ROSA PARKS

howtobeterrell:

but but….remember in the 19th century when the rail cars were segregated and black women were thrown off trains and or arrested for sitting in the white section…but then sued! Ida B Wells was one..but she was wasnt the only one.

Wells’ career as a writer was sparked by an incident that occurred on May 4, 1884. On this day, while riding a train back to her job in Woodstock, Wells was asked by the conductor to move from her seat in the ladies’ car to the front of the train into the smoking car. When she refused, the conductor attempted to physically remove her from her seat. It took three men to remove Wells from her seat, and rather than move to the smoking car, she got off at the next stop to the cheers of the white passengers on the train (Duster 18). When Wells got back to Memphis, she immediately hired a lawyer to bring suit against the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company. The court returned a verdict in favor of Wells and awarded her $500 in damages. The judge presiding over the trial stated the railroad company violated the separate but equal clause by forcing blacks to ride in smoking car that was separate but not first class, as Wells had paid for. The railroad appealed the verdict and in 1887, the Tennessee Supreme Court reversed the decision of the lower court, and Wells was ordered to pay court costs. The was the first case of its kind in the south and it generated tremendous public interest. Thrilled with her victory and eager to share her story, Wells wrote an article for The Living Way, a black church weekly. Her article was so well received that the editor of The Living Way asked for additional contributions. As a result, Wells began a weekly column entitled “Iola.” Wells described her purpose in writing Iola as “I had an instinctive feeling that the people who have little or no school training should have something coming into their homes weekly which dealt with their problems in a simple, helpful way… so I wrote in a plain, common-sense way on the things that concerned our people (Duster 23-24).

(X)

It bugs the shit out of me when people jump from slavery without even going in-depth to the civil rights movement because they’re so afraid of confronting that fucking part of the past…you miss a whole lot of shit if you bypass slavery str8 to the civil rights movement..reconstruction and early jim crow set the stage for the modern civil rights movement…come on people..

(via blackfeminism)

  • author:he had dark hair, dark eyes, and spoke fluent afrikaans
  • fandom:*draws white guy*
  • author:he had delicate skin as dark as the night
  • fandom:*draws white guy*
  • author:her dreadlocks where thick and her skin was dark
  • fandom:*draws white girl*
  • author:they had black skin as smooth as-
  • fandom:*draws white guy*
  • author:they're black, they are literally black, they are not white, seriously. they are black.
  • fandom:....
  • fandom:*draws white guy*

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