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sagetheroom · 2 days ago
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instagram.com/artpce - I have all of her art in my dorm :)
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butterflikisses · 2 days ago
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Janet Jackson ft. Q Tip and Joni Mitchell - Got Til It's Gone
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quietangryblackwoman · 23 hours ago
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if you hate black women, just say dat.
if i say “i love apples”, nobody’s gonna ask “what about oranges?”
if i say “it’s my birthday”, nobody’s gonna ask “what about my birthday?”
why?
because it’s unnecessary.
why do y’all still play dense in the case of people uplifting black women?
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if you itch for “inclusivity”, then fight for dismantling the systems of oppression that disproportionately benefit you than they do black people, and stop tryna “other” different races and ethnicities in the face of black empowerment.
it’d be a lot easier for you to state that you hate black women and move on rather than tryna justify your resentment. or even better: shut up.
- quiet angry black woman
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melaninglamour · a day ago
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My story
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standingatthefence · 2 days ago
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Earlie Hudnall Jr. | Feeling the Spirit, 3rd Ward, Houston, TX, 1987
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kvnbbg · a day ago
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pawpurrus · a day ago
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✨Black Anime Guys✨
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tishaunique · a day ago
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50 years ago Michael Jackson released his Certificate Gold album “Got To Be There” (January 24, 1972) 🌹
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sbrown82 · a month ago
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bell hooks photographed by Karjean Levine (1996).
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dont-be-tumb · 9 months ago
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Why not both...
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sagetheroom · a day ago
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Black women in Mugler >>>>
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butterflikisses · 2 months ago
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queenapplebuuum · 2 months ago
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shayshaysblog · 3 months ago
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I can’t wait to live like this
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ebonyv1bes · 2 months ago
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The Culture
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visualpleasurez · a month ago
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visualpleasurez.tumblr.com
instagram.com/visualityy
twitter.com/visualpleasurez
tiktok.com/@visualpleasurez
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standingatthefence · a month ago
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September 25, 1952 - December 15th, 2021
“In our small-town segregated world, we lived in communities of resistance, where even the small everyday gesture of porch sitting was linked to humanization. Racist white folks often felt extreme ire when observing a group of black folks gathered on a porch. They used derogatory phases like “porch monkey” both to express contempt and to once again conjure up racist iconography linking blackness to nature, to animals in the wild. As a revolutionary threshold between home and street, the porch as liminal space could also then be a place of antiracist resistance. While white folk could interpret at will the actions of a black person on the street, the black person or persons gathered on a porch defied such interpretation. The racist eye could only watch, yet never truly know, what was taking place on the porches among black folk.” 
Hooks, Bell. (2009). A Place Where the Soul Can Rest . Belonging: A culture of place (p.149). essay, Routledge. 
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everlastingrandom · 11 months ago
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[ID: Digital art of six Black people of varying body types, hairstyles, outfits, and skin tones. They are gathered together and holding hands in a manner that crosses around them and between them. They all share close-eyed, serene expressions. Around them flows a band of color, featuring a gradient soft purple and peach. The background is periwinkle blue. End ID]
My Peoples
It’s Black History Month y’all!
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tishaunique · 2 days ago
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Rick James featured on June/July issue of Wax Poetics (2007) 🌹
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