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acodd03:

"Blooming Blossoms" 36” x 24” x 2” Spray Paint on raw & primed Canvas.
Inspired by his single, “Flowers.”

acodd03:

"Blooming Blossoms"
36” x 24” x 2”
Spray Paint on raw & primed Canvas.

Inspired by his single, “Flowers.”

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postracialcomments:

My sister speaking about my niece (on the right)

We’ve made sure to instill pride in all of our nieces and nephews. It’s hard however when you have other Black kids who feel otherwise. 

Make sure you tell a Black girl and/or boy that they are beautiful today. Tell them their hair is beautiful and their skin is gorgeous. We have to rebuild the esteems of the kids in our community.

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We missed a lot of church, so the music is our confessional

—Big Boi, “Aquemini,” from Outkast’s Aquemini, 1998 (via rapquote)

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cultrual:

What looks like moss covering rocks is actually a very dense, flowering shrub that happens to be a relative of parsley, living in the extremely high elevations of the Atacama Desert in Chile. (Source)

cultrual:

What looks like moss covering rocks is actually a very dense, flowering shrub that happens to be a relative of parsley, living in the extremely high elevations of the Atacama Desert in Chile. (Source)

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You can keep fuckin that dog if you want to, just don’t expect me to take care of the puppies.

Said to a person who won’t let a toxic person go. African American Proverb (via blkproverbs)

I’ve never heard this in life.

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This don’t sound nothing like a blk person would say. We don’t fuck dogs

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Never in my Black ass life have I heard this. 

Sounds like somebody submitted something anonymously and blkproverbs wasn’t paying too close attention. 

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same here. this sounds like some duck dynasty country yeehaw white proverb…

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YOOOOOOOOOOO ROFL ^^^^^^

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flowergirlrobichiko:

ripopentheuniverse:

Just a few thoughts of mine that I tweeted after leaving the theatre after watching X-Men: Days of Future Pasts….a few typos here and there so forgive me. If we understand mutants to metaphors for marginalized peoples such as persecuted people of color or members of the LGBTA community then it’s ONLY logical to see sentinels as tools, weapons used to hurt, kill and obliterate these said marginalized groups peoples.

Sentinels will always grab my attention, always. Because if you think about it…there’s a ton of “real life sentinels” targeting people now whether or not people see them and acknowledge them as such.

So please don’t tell me comic books are “just for kids”. Don’t tell me comic books don’t contribute to social commentary and/or that they don’t have any significance, just don’t.

aka why superheroes are important

ripopentheuniverse why am i just now seeing this awesome post of yours lol

ALL of this. So true.

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