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bankuei:

beautiesofafrique:

Black female Anime characters

1. Michiko from Michiko to Hatchin

2. Atsuko from Michiko to Hatchin

3. Yoruichi from Bleach

4. Franceska from Bleach

5. Miyuki from Basquash!

6. Coffee from Cowboy Bebop

7. Aisha from Outlaw Star

8. April from Darker than Black

9. Nadia from Nadia:  The Secret of Blue Water

10. Canary from Hunter X Hunter

Claudia Grant - Robotech/Macross

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lordbape:

why is non-black people wearing cornrows / box braids / gelling down nonexistent baby hairs is the newest edgiest fashion trend like why is being corny af the top of the fashion list atm like have y’all never heard of having a good wholesome time and not acting out?

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READ THAT BITCH FOR F I L T H

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miseengarde:

white girls who want my culture’s bindis and saris and henna 

take my skin colour too

and my dark brown lips

take my self-hatred because i don’t fit into the euro-centric ideals of beauty

take the oppression too

take the history of colonization that has devastated my country

and the drones that currently devastate my country

take all the bad stuff too

not just the pretty, shiny, sparky bits

take the ugly, dehumanizing and shitty parts too

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vixxtoobomb:

vixxtoobomb:

when an idol u liked fucks up
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when ppl try to defend them

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onelittlegee:

wocinsolidarity:

Black Nannies/White Children: Photo Series Reveals the Racial Divide in Child Care

Photographer Ellen Jacob created a photo series that delves into the lives of New York Citynannies.

The series highlights something we already knew: there is an extreme racial divide that characterizes the home child care industry.

After spending four years scouring the streets for willing subjects she discovered the majority of caregivers, aged 23 to 60, were immigrants living on the minimum wage with no sick pay, holidays or health benefits.

The photographer noted the disparity between the women’s value to the families they care for and the compensation they receive, “Mothers talk about who much they love these women and they’re part of the family yet when it comes to money they tend to be much more tight.” (via TheCulture)

"Racism has always perplexed me in this way: White supremacy claims that black people are sub-human and savage, yet it seems wholly content with leaving the raising of its children to us. 

For me, that means one of two things (or both) are true:
1. White supremacy doesn’t really believe its own propaganda.
2. It hates its children.”
-H/T Malkia Hutchinson (via sonofbaldwin)

*sips the tea*

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onelittlegee:

dynastylnoire:

dishonestsleep:

halaalpussy:

Yes im of european descent, yes i have dreads. But dreads are my culture too, irish men had them i think. Everyone had dreads until combs were invented. Leave me alone :(

this is actually not funny that dog has extremely matted hair which means he was probably neglected

bruh, they got more sympathy for dogs than for us rofl.

It must be a day that ends in y *checks calendar*

White people, how you look at this dog is legit how we see your hair… I shit you not. That’s what your dreads look like when you do them.

musingsofanawkwardblackgirl:

onelittlegee:

dynastylnoire:

dishonestsleep:

halaalpussy:

Yes im of european descent, yes i have dreads. But dreads are my culture too, irish men had them i think. Everyone had dreads until combs were invented. Leave me alone :(

this is actually not funny that dog has extremely matted hair which means he was probably neglected

bruh, they got more sympathy for dogs than for us rofl.

It must be a day that ends in y *checks calendar*

White people, how you look at this dog is legit how we see your hair… I shit you not. That’s what your dreads look like when you do them.

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