Apr 21, 2014
blackfeminism:

[image description]: Anonymous message to howtobeterrel “If Egyptians were black back then, then how come the majority of Egyptians nowadays look more arabic than anything?” Answer: If the Native Americans are brown how come the majority of “Americans” today are white? C-o-l-o-n-i-a-l-i-s-m”
telvi1:

wakeupslaves:

zzkcleranak:

howtobeterrell:

Rebloggable

Preach

New black fact

The fact that people don’t know this though.

blackfeminism:

[image description]: Anonymous message to howtobeterrel “If Egyptians were black back then, then how come the majority of Egyptians nowadays look more arabic than anything?” Answer: If the Native Americans are brown how come the majority of “Americans” today are white? C-o-l-o-n-i-a-l-i-s-m”

telvi1:

wakeupslaves:

zzkcleranak:

howtobeterrell:

Rebloggable

Preach

New black fact

The fact that people don’t know this though.

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tequieromicorazon:

conceivethedream:

blasianxbri:

cleophatrajones:

illbegotdamn:

yoooitsreebaby:

serve. 

I love her cause she will show up to the function in a pair of leggings and a basic shirt and still shit on ya faves

WHY Y’ALL AIN’T SHOW ALL DA BOOTY DOEEEEE. 

bless.

Her ass switch is hypnotizing

truly

(Source: haaaanyewest, via blackfeminism)

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"Men celebrated our sexual liberation — our willingness to freely give and enjoy blow jobs and group sex, our willingness to experiment with anal penetration — but ultimately many males revolted when we stated that our bodies were territories that they could not occupy at will. Men who were ready for female sexual liberation if it meant free pussy, no strings attached, were rarely ready for feminist female sexual agency. This agency gave us the right to say yes to sex, but it also empowered us to say no."

bell hooks, Communion: The Female Search for Love (via a-golden-lasso-of-my-own)

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blackfeminism:

image of Solange
curly-essence:

dopegyaaal:

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"A good deed dies, when it is spoken about."

Arabic Proverb (via retroowl8)

(Source: surbeat, via mra-xox)

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library-lessons:

Keep on keeping on.
-image via The Sexy Librarian

library-lessons:

Keep on keeping on.

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blackfeminism:

[image description]: tweet by Muthoni Maingi @NonieMG “rape culture: portraying sexually active 12 yr olds on talk shows as sluts instead of wondering who the fuck is having sex with 12 yr olds”
eatcakey:

Message

blackfeminism:

[image description]: tweet by Muthoni Maingi @NonieMG “rape culture: portraying sexually active 12 yr olds on talk shows as sluts instead of wondering who the fuck is having sex with 12 yr olds”

eatcakey:

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"Assimilation into the ruling class does not undo the structures that oppress people. For me, gay marriage is a distraction from issues that unite queer people with other marginalized folks. Dealing with the way that homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism, impact education, health care, housing, and employment would be a more useful endeavor than symbolic songs like “Same Love.” Marriage is an institution that affords people all kinds of benefits in our country and for me, the question is why those benefits are only available through this one act; why can’t everybody just have what they need, regardless of whether they are married or not?"

Moya Bailey

Contextualizing Lord Jamar, Le1f, and hip hops homophobic history

(via quirkyblackgirls)

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