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Apr

theblackamericanprincess:

queerthoughtsandstrapdreams:

blackfashion:

Nur Hellmann in “Africa And The City” photographed by Kenneth Willardt For Vanity Fair Italia April 2014

Very necessary.

gorgeous!

donkos:

reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: fuck

toniangelougiovannihughes:

fortheloveoftrilll:

heru-degaude:

By this logic, Black folk aren’t lazy, we just don’t want to work for a country we already made.

^^^^

Welp

slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

(Source: yeah-yeah-the-oat)

fyblackwomenart:

Artist: Lance Sketchboii Rhodes

lunarlizzards:

Spectacular riverside Magnolia…..the joys of spring! 

(Source: cooolasssluusshhh)

(Source: fckthestate)

fyblackwomenart:

Artist Name: Sanura
Blog: wgreatives.tumblr.com
Website: www.adoresanura.com : :  submission : :

fyblackwomenart:

Artist Name: Sanura

Blog: wgreatives.tumblr.com

Website: www.adoresanura.com


 : : submission : :

gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)

gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)