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daughterofzami:

Assata and her daugther, Kakuya Shakur
20th Aug 201411:531,724 notes

artblackafrica:

Duke Asidere, Ijeoma I & II, 2013

(via blackpeopledoshittoo)

tuneintunic:

African Spirits [Muhammad Ali as Saint Sebastian], Samuel Fosso, date unknown
20th Aug 201411:24272 notes
blvcknvy:

They made ​​fun of your name and you have changed your name.
They made ​​fun of your clothes and you changed clothes.
They made ​​fun of your hair and you have straighten your hair.
They made ​​fun of your skin and you bought skinn brighteners. 
They made ​​fun of your languages ​​and you have adopted their own.
They made ​​fun of your religion and you have embraced theirs.
Who taught you to hate the texture of your hair?
Who taught you to hate the color of your skin? to the extent that you bleach to be like the white man.
Who taught you to hate the shape of your nose and the shape of your lips?
Who taught you to hate the top of your head to the soles of your feet?
Who taught you to hate your being? to hate the land of your ancestors, to hate the race you belong to, such a point that you do not want to be next to each other.
When will we realize? When will be a humanity?
20th Aug 201411:2413,665 notes
designstroy:

Matt Saunders
20th Aug 201411:22152 notes
brthin:

Angela Davis, on the run in 1970.
20th Aug 201411:203,151 notes

ricflairsniece:

sun-thief-rai:

No words. She was also with Talib who was told by police to keep his hands up or they’ll blow his brains out. And some resident protestors are exhausted with everything and saying that street medics told them they’re experiencing a subcategory of PTSD.

So.

Yeah.

I’m weary.

This is atrocious.

nativethinghood:

“Afronaunts” by Cristina De Middel is an afro futurist glance into the exploration of space and time. Check out write up by Scrambler.

(via soulburnslow)

cinoh:

the-drawing-center:
Last week to see The Intuitionists and Small. - both are on view through this Sunday. Image: detail from Patrick Earl Hammie’s Platform, 2014. (at The Drawing Center)
19th Aug 201418:31104 notes
canarsie pier
19th Aug 201412:02
Opaque  by  andbamnan