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2 weeks ago with 14,804 notes
anglosaxonactivity:

State and county Police are accompanying and marching WITH protesters in Ferguson. THESE are good cops.
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2 weeks ago with 1,024 notes
owning-my-truth:

"I cannot believe I still have to protest this shit!! #toomanynames #ferguson #mikebrown #dontshoot”
A picture from today’s rally in DC for Mike Brown. So heartbreakingly real and true. 
More pictures: HERE
2 weeks ago with 768 notes
"It is often easier to become outraged by injustice half a world away than by oppression and discrimination half a block from home."

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Carl T. Rowan

For all of the obtuse “revolutionary” people who are going around celebrating resistant struggles abroad from Palestine to Ukraine while silencing black people here at home and in Ferguson in the midst of their just fight for justice and basic human dignity in their community and for black people in this country as a whole . 

(via owning-my-truth)
2 weeks ago with 832 notes
sonofbaldwin:

micdotcom:

Nailed it.

Welp.
2 weeks ago with 8,047 notes
blackourstory:

THIS is why they don’t teach you about Fannie Lou Hamer - even in February.
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2 weeks ago with 22,143 notes

No such thing as White African

curvesincolor:

"You cannot claim ancestry from a country you murdered your way into." - Nayyirah Waheed

(Source: sisoula)

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blackfemalejesus:

omgyouresopretty:

blackpowerisforblackmen:

pumpsinabump:

Never ending cycle that needs to be broken. #MisdirectedAggression #Misogynoir

Black power is for black men. 

im glad someone said it


 Oops there it is
2 weeks ago with 777 notes

owning-my-truth:

It is only in this sick world we live in where black African life is rendered utterly meaningless by white supremacy and imperialism that people can make jokes out of Ebola when it affects black African bodies and then suddenly become serious when the first documented case occurs on American soil.

2 weeks ago with 708 notes
discoverynews:

First Case of Ebola in U.S. Diagnosed in Dallas
The United States has diagnosed its first case of the deadly Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday.
The patient is a man who became infected in Liberia and traveled to Texas, where he was hospitalized with symptoms that were confirmed to be caused by Ebola, a CDC spokesman told AFP. Learn more
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2 weeks ago with 21,467 notes

asvprock:

My anaconda don’t want ebola.