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alteregosmedia:

New York poet Jayne Cortez reads a selection of her award-winning work, which vividly reflects the energy, passions, rhythms and tensions of modern urban life from an African-American femininst perspective. Series: “Artists on the Cutting Edge” [5/1997] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 3123]

zuky:

thewhitemankilledthetruth:


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chocolatejigglypuff:


coralwine:


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Pakistani children light candles to pay tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Dec. 15, 2012.






This will never be on the news. But how awesome of this picture to see some light.


omg angels.


@mystiquetoile show this to the dude whining on your fb page


yoooooooooooooooo


this breaks my heart
not because of the extraordinary show of humanity
but because these kids are showing empathy for people who never stop to think about them


In the world imperialist system, compassion sometimes flows in one direction only, from the colonized and exploited edge of empire toward the heart of empire. In the opposite direction flow bombs and pity. I sometimes wonder whose humanity is more intact.

"Pakistani children light candles to pay tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Dec. 15, 2012."

zuky:

thewhitemankilledthetruth:

pussyharvest:

chocolatejigglypuff:

coralwine:

painiswarning:

Pakistani children light candles to pay tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Dec. 15, 2012.

This will never be on the news. But how awesome of this picture to see some light.

omg angels.

@mystiquetoile show this to the dude whining on your fb page

yoooooooooooooooo

this breaks my heart

not because of the extraordinary show of humanity

but because these kids are showing empathy for people who never stop to think about them

In the world imperialist system, compassion sometimes flows in one direction only, from the colonized and exploited edge of empire toward the heart of empire. In the opposite direction flow bombs and pity. I sometimes wonder whose humanity is more intact.

"Pakistani children light candles to pay tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Dec. 15, 2012."

3rdwaveblackfeminist:

blackhistoryalbum:

The Way It Was……Mobile, Alabama, 1956. Series 4/5
“By Any Means Necessary”…..An African American teen, with his siblings in the background, standing guard with a gun during racial violence in Alabama,1956. Gordon Parks, Photographer.

chills.

3rdwaveblackfeminist:

blackhistoryalbum:

The Way It Was……Mobile, Alabama, 1956. Series 4/5

“By Any Means Necessary”…..An African American teen, with his siblings in the background, standing guard with a gun during racial violence in Alabama,1956. Gordon Parks, Photographer.

chills.

jmjohnso:

New Project: The Codex
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jmjohnso:

New Project: The Codex

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Types of Domestic Violence

Types of Domestic Violence

blackfeminismlives:

Broken Beautiful Press is proud to announce a vaguely epic book of list poems by Alexis Pauline Gumbs that consider what it is possible to know about the most famous Black women alive including Oprah Winfrey, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, Beyonce Knowles, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Tina Turner, Gabby Douglas, and Aretha Franklin. Part prayer part polemic this project is an intervention into the consumption of Black women. (As if you can possibly know.)

Download the book for a small donation to an as yet unfamous Black feminist enterprise here: scribd.com/doc/114139208/One-Hundred-and-One-Things-That-Are-Not-True-About-the-Most-Famous-Black-Women-Alive

And spread the word with this short video of Sista Docta Lex talking about why she wrote it!

queerbrownxx:

Before 1870, only white men could vote. Here’s how the election would have looked before the 15th Amendment.

queerbrownxx:

Before 1870, only white men could vote. Here’s how the election would have looked before the 15th Amendment.

The fact that I
am writing to you
in English
already falsifies what I
wanted to tell you.
My subject:
how to explain to you that I
don’t belong to English
though I belong nowhere else
Gustavo Pérez Firmat, Bilingual Blues: Poems, 1981-1994.  (via kenyaworkspace)
A terrorist is called that only because he does not have the power of the State behind him – indeed, he has no State, which is why he is a terrorist.
James Baldwin (one more time for the people in the back)