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Posted on 19th Oct at 1:33 PM, with 64,542 notes

hussieologist:

na2h:

beyonslayed:

lookdifferentmtv:

So in love with ALL of this from Girl Code’s race episode

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"I think I just say words correctly" is still antiblack af :/

Yeah Nicole is really antiblack and self hating tbh

She gets on my nerves.

Posted on 19th Oct at 1:31 PM, with 77,772 notes

maosandchayhem:

So I drive by this house every day on my way to work and it is definitely the Skeleton War HQ

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Posted on 19th Oct at 12:32 PM, with 57,106 notes
"A white man is promoted: He does good work, he deserved it.
A white woman is promoted: Whose dick did she suck?
A man of color is promoted: Oh, great, I guess we have to “fill quotas” now.
A woman of color is promoted: j/k. That never happens."
Posted on 19th Oct at 12:31 PM, with 3,473 notes
nicolestop:

I friend of mine were having a chat and she brought up that the US Government was found  guilty of the murder of Martin Luther King in 1999 and this year this info started to re-surface and multiple people were taking extensive efforts to make sure the information stayed hidden. I did some research and here’s what I found.
In 1999 (a year after the person convicted of the assassination, James Earl Ray, died) the United States government was taken to court by King’s family. With a very short trial, due to the overwhelming evidence against the government, they were found guilty. King’s family was awarded $100 and his widow was quoted saying this.

There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that, in addition to Mr. Jowers, the conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law. As we pursued this case, some wondered why we would spend the time and energy addressing such a painful part of the past. For both our family and the nation, the short answer is that we had to get involved because the system did not work. Those who are responsible for the assassination were not held to account for their involvement. This verdict, therefore, is a great victory for justice and truth. It has been a difficult and painful experience to revisit this tragedy, but we felt we had an obligation to do everything in our power to seek the truth. Not only for the peace of mind of our family but to also bring closure and healing to the nation. We have done what we can to reveal the truth, and we now urge you as members of the media, and we call upon elected officials, and other persons of influence to do what they can to share the revelation of this case to the widest possible audience.

This is especially disappointing because with a quick google search of “who killed MLK” a short google-provided bio of James Earl Ray pops up

 when there has been proof for 15 years now that US government indeed killed Dr. King. Yet, to this day, America waves his words and what he stood for as the symbol of our country (not to say his words shouldn’t be praised, just that the people who murdered him shouldn’t be using him to feed their ego).
You can read more about the trial here. And if anyone tries to disprove this news source, google “us government killed MLK” and you’ll have a plentiful of articles from 1999-2014 covering this topic more than I ever could in a tumblr post. 
PLEASE SPREAD THIS AROUND. I was taught ever since elementary school what James Earl Ray was guilty of Martin Luther King’s death. As his wife stated, all they wanted to get out of this trial was recognition of what really happened, and the fact that all they got was $100 and a pat on the back sickens me. People need to know the truth.
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nicolestop:

I friend of mine were having a chat and she brought up that the US Government was found  guilty of the murder of Martin Luther King in 1999 and this year this info started to re-surface and multiple people were taking extensive efforts to make sure the information stayed hidden. I did some research and here’s what I found.

In 1999 (a year after the person convicted of the assassination, James Earl Ray, died) the United States government was taken to court by King’s family. With a very short trial, due to the overwhelming evidence against the government, they were found guilty. King’s family was awarded $100 and his widow was quoted saying this.

There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that, in addition to Mr. Jowers, the conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law. As we pursued this case, some wondered why we would spend the time and energy addressing such a painful part of the past. For both our family and the nation, the short answer is that we had to get involved because the system did not work. Those who are responsible for the assassination were not held to account for their involvement. This verdict, therefore, is a great victory for justice and truth. It has been a difficult and painful experience to revisit this tragedy, but we felt we had an obligation to do everything in our power to seek the truth. Not only for the peace of mind of our family but to also bring closure and healing to the nation. We have done what we can to reveal the truth, and we now urge you as members of the media, and we call upon elected officials, and other persons of influence to do what they can to share the revelation of this case to the widest possible audience.

This is especially disappointing because with a quick google search of “who killed MLK” a short google-provided bio of James Earl Ray pops up

when there has been proof for 15 years now that US government indeed killed Dr. King. Yet, to this day, America waves his words and what he stood for as the symbol of our country (not to say his words shouldn’t be praised, just that the people who murdered him shouldn’t be using him to feed their ego).

You can read more about the trial here. And if anyone tries to disprove this news source, google “us government killed MLK” and you’ll have a plentiful of articles from 1999-2014 covering this topic more than I ever could in a tumblr post.

PLEASE SPREAD THIS AROUND. I was taught ever since elementary school what James Earl Ray was guilty of Martin Luther King’s death. As his wife stated, all they wanted to get out of this trial was recognition of what really happened, and the fact that all they got was $100 and a pat on the back sickens me. People need to know the truth.

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:30 PM, with 26,006 notes

pussylipgloss:

this one is fooorrr mmmmmyyyyyyyyyyy bitches wit a fat.ass.in.tha.fuccin.club I SAID WHERE MY FAT A$$ BIG BITCHEZ IN THA CLUB FUCC THEM SKINNY BITCHEZ FUCK THEM SKINNY BITCHES IN THA CLUB I WANNA SEE ALL THA BIG FAT A$$ BITCHESS IN THHHAAAA MUTHAFUCCINNNNN CLUB FUCC U IF U SKINNY BITCHEZ WHAT?! cheyah!!

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:30 PM, with 905 notes
whitepeoplesaidwhat:

I mean, pretty much.-Kendra
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whitepeoplesaidwhat:

I mean, pretty much.
-Kendra

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:30 PM, with 86 notes

reverseracist:

fuckboy is aave stop trying to turn it around and mold it to make it seem like something it’s not my arms hurt just thinking about it

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:29 PM, with 17,225 notes

ripblkdzn:

isaacjb:

ripblkdzn:

and this is for all the white people that think it’s okay to say nigga

How bout other Races, for example I’m 100 percent Latino. Can the word nigga come out of my mouth?

just dont fucking speak. why the fuck u wanna say it so bad like omg go away you annoyin my life

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:29 PM, with 136,885 notes

musclemartini:

teddythemonster:

postracialcomments:

funnyordie:

via Cop v. Black Guy

100% accurate

this is no exaggeration.
it gets this intense, that fast, for no reason.

true

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:27 PM, with 264 notes

y-0nce:

If I see one more black man stick up for iggy I’m going to scream. It’s sad us black women get bashed everyday on EVERY social network, and have been made out to be a joke, but the same black men won’t even stick up for us. 

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:26 PM, with 72,093 notes
frankensteinfanclub:

demonic-detective-in-a-tardis:

shuttersmiley:

beethreefour:

frankensteinfanclub:

thackarybynx:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

majiinboo:

frankensteinfanclub:

im losing my mind

My white friend’s mom made this exact meal when I spent the night in 10th grade. It felt like chewing on dust

oh
my
god

do poc not eat chicken and vegetables ?

Lmfao look at this comment

I’m so confused because this is a genuine meal in England? is this some inside usa joke i dont get or something

The joke is that ya’ll had the nerve to invade 90% of the earth for spices and then not use a single one.

Well of course the English didn’t use the spices that they found. Originally the spicier the food meant the poorer you were. Spice was meant to hide the taste of rotten and moldy food. So the rich English who spread out across the earth wouldn’t be caught dead eating the food of the poor. So when they made their meals it was like this. And it has simply been passed down through generations thats all. There’s no need to judge us for eating like our ancestors. Obviously now spice is no longer only meant for the poor, but don’t pretend your better simply because your food “has more flavor” than ours. 

that was a really interesting comment but have you seen this

frankensteinfanclub:

demonic-detective-in-a-tardis:

shuttersmiley:

beethreefour:

frankensteinfanclub:

thackarybynx:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

majiinboo:

frankensteinfanclub:

im losing my mind

My white friend’s mom made this exact meal when I spent the night in 10th grade. It felt like chewing on dust

oh

my

god

do poc not eat chicken and vegetables ?

Lmfao look at this comment

I’m so confused because this is a genuine meal in England? is this some inside usa joke i dont get or something

The joke is that ya’ll had the nerve to invade 90% of the earth for spices and then not use a single one.

Well of course the English didn’t use the spices that they found. Originally the spicier the food meant the poorer you were. Spice was meant to hide the taste of rotten and moldy food. So the rich English who spread out across the earth wouldn’t be caught dead eating the food of the poor. So when they made their meals it was like this. And it has simply been passed down through generations thats all. There’s no need to judge us for eating like our ancestors. Obviously now spice is no longer only meant for the poor, but don’t pretend your better simply because your food “has more flavor” than ours. 

that was a really interesting comment but have you seen this

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:26 PM, with 25,132 notes

takingbackourculture:

glitterlion:

gadaboutgreen:

the-modern-muckraker:

silent3:

throwingshadepodcast:

What year is this

x / x

There’s a reason I hated that sappy, watery, pathetic book. Now I know what it is.

her face tho

Ugh, but can we talk about this show being called “Throwing Shade” with two white appearing people? Appropriation of AAVE within a post calling out racism is still fucked up.

This seriously looks like white folks ripping off “The Read” with Kid Fury and Crissle.

All of the white people featured here are stepping on Black people.
- Jess

Posted on 19th Oct at 12:25 PM, with 2,413 notes
"Cornrows originated in Africa and the Caribbean — their very name indicates agriculture, planting, and labor. “In Trinidad, we call them ‘cane rows,’ because of slaves planting sugar cane,” says Patrice Grell Yursik, author of the blog AfroBella. They are an intrinsic part of the Black tradition for both men and women or, as Davis puts it, “They’re part of our cultural and artistic vocabulary.”"
Posted on 19th Oct at 12:24 PM, with 7,688 notes

peggingwithstyles:

dark skinned boys who think they’re god’s gift to earth but think dark skinned girls are the ugliest thing to walk the planet

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