A Series of Fortunate Events

blueklectic:

mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

tashabilities:

thewrongoil:

indigovioletpurple:

Sorry could you repeat that

But Rooney and Trey Songz are the same age

Our bodies are biologically older because of life under STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY.

Scratching and surviving ages your body.

The GOOD news is that melanin keeps us from LOOKING like it.

WE DON’T LOOK LIKE WHAT WE BEEN THROUGH!

We def mentally age faster and we got way worse health due to stress but at least we look good

Yall ain’t have to do my boy Rooney like that hahaha

friendlycloud:

stfusexists:

vaspim2k13:

This is the kind of world we live in today

If your suggestion as an administrator is to tell a teenage girl to go under the knife instead of telling a teenage boy to respect women, you are in the wrong damn line of work.

That school should be closed.
What a disgrace.

friendlycloud:

stfusexists:

vaspim2k13:

This is the kind of world we live in today

If your suggestion as an administrator is to tell a teenage girl to go under the knife instead of telling a teenage boy to respect women, you are in the wrong damn line of work.

That school should be closed.

What a disgrace.

tropicalfruitbabe:

*doesn’t check bank account*
*pretends everything is fine*


bellecosby:

White men can take nations but they can’t take a joke


cultureunseen:

Salute to our Bro. Fred Hampton, fallen not forgotten…

mexicanearte:

Rafael V.O.

Guadalajara, México.

2014.


Beyoncé for Time Magazine 

Beyoncé for Time Magazine 

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loverofyourlittlecunt:

Bowl Of Happiness…


This is beautiful

loverofyourlittlecunt:

Bowl Of Happiness…

This is beautiful

(Source: tamperaftermidnight)


Toro

Toro

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m45c:

being black and putting on your white voice at the drop of a dime is akin to being bilingual

(Source: flaccidtrip)


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tryllvester:

Separated at birth ???

Bye.

brownbirds:

dorwellexplorer:

 Scene Unseen - Episode 1: Dancehall in Japan (English)

In the first film of a trilogy exploring music scenes around the world, we investigate the continuing, somewhat unlikely success of dancehall and reggae in Japan. 


The principle characters include Yokohama’s soundsystem kings Mighty Crown who in many ways paved the way for the scene as it is today.

Batty Bom Bom is one of the scene’s most well known dancers and is a former winner of the prestigious annual Dancehall Queen competition.

The Illmatic Gyalz don’t only teach newcomers to the scene how to do the dance moves, they also educate them on Jamaican culture and language.

For all, dancehall is a fundamental part of their life and the music, the style and the culture runs through them. Whilst outsiders may find their fascination bizarre, the scene is as energetic and vibrant as anywhere on the planet.

yessss . I didn’t even know these kind of appreciations were happening.
And it inspires me to get so stoked up for travelling and finding out who knows about whom and where :)

😳 ummmmmmmm


I love

asheacentral:

@shanellbklyn and @thatdudeemu for real. Like…can I date you both? Lol jk.

But for real…lmao.

Why am I just now seeing this lmao aw you too sweet!