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"Black People hate white people for WHAT THEY DO. White people hate Black People for WHO WE ARE. That’s the difference. That is why Keke is wrong. When we hate, we’re hating the violence done unto to us. When we hate, we’re hating the system that allows for corrupt terrorists to hold more power, over an disenfranchised group. When we hate, we’re hating how our culture is mocked, and dehumanized but is then stolen and sold to us for a fee while being told we’re beneath the very culture we created. When we hate, it’s cause our Blackness is viewed as an inherent difference that is negative, and evil. Black hate is the result of white hatred. Hate Doesn’t Breed More Hate, one hate (white hate) caused and continues to cause violence, and dehumanization against a group of people. The other is logical, and emotional conditioning formed out of centuries, and present day reinforcement of Black oppression. -bitteroreo"
someone who responded to dumb fuck Keke Palmer (via uptime-guarantee)

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If you shout “reverse racism” three times in the mirror at midnight a white boy will appear and rant to you about how it’s very real and the one time a PoC was mean to them.



What are the chances that this photo will ever appear in the mainstream media?

Well I sure as shit will reblog it.

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if you think black women wearing their hair natural is unprofessional you are racist.

if a white woman worked in a store with hair she hadnt brushed and called it her “natural” hair it would still be unprofessional.


A black woman’s natural hair is of the same quality as a white woman’s unkempt hair.

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Houston, Texas


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In case you haven’t heard this recently:


You are doing a great job. No matter how small your progress is it’s still progress. I am proud of you and how far you have come. Keep up the great work!

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Seriously …


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It’s not hard to see why Mike was thought of as a “gentle giant.” RIP, my brother. #staywoke #neverforget #farfromover

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the Daily Show nails it again: redskin fans who volunteered to be interviewed supporting the team name get butthurt when actual native americans show up to the discussion f




this article is trying SO HARD to be supportive of the ignorant turds who think that using a racial slur as a team name is ‘honoring them’ but oh man, no amount of spin doctoring can make these people not look racist and entitled

especially this lady, who takes the whiny white person award for the day:

“This goes way beyond mocking. Poking fun is one thing, but that’s not what happened,” said Kelli O’Dell, 56… “It was disingenuous. The Native Americans accused me of things that were so wrong. I felt indanger.I didn’t consent to that. I am going to be defamed.”

apparently being called on racist horseshit is now ‘being defamed’ hahaha ok but then it gets better

O’Dell said she felt trapped. “I was told that I was ‘psychologically damaging Native American children,’ and every time we tried to say something, we got cut off,” she said.

god forbid that the actual native people get talking priority in this discussion oh no how threatening. it’s almost as threatening as a racial slur that started as a slang word for a trophy kept for murdering your racial group oh wait

O’Dell said she e-mailed Polidoro asking that her consent waiver be destroyed, but he wrote back saying: “…we can’t destroy any releases & we have consent to air everything we shot.”

Two days later, O’Dell said she called D.C. police and tried to submit a police report, but authorities told her no crime had been committed.

help 911 I fucked up and signed a waiver giving a tv studio permission to put my racist bullshit on blast

I want to watch this so bad

i’m so excited for this omg

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Okay so the other day I was hanging out with one of my white friends and she was telling a story about one of her classes and she describes one of the people in her stories as this "fat black girl" and painted her in a "ghetto"/"rachet" way. It made me feel a certain type of way even though she didn't say a racial slur. I just wanted to know if I'm being too overly sensitive or if this is a red flag that I shouldn't be friends with this person.


You shouldn’t be friends with this person. Give her really spicy food and laugh whilst she screams in pain.

Sept 22

Only a few weeks left and ill be back in the states. Morale is up and ive got loads of plans/things that id love to get into. Im in school again (on my own terms this time) and ive got nobody but myself to please in my education. Im currently taking a short break from music which isnt a big deal, i take little breaks every other month to help recharge my creativity. Im in the best shape that ive ever been in my life, which is cool because im fast and lighter than ever and shopping is gonna be a ton of fun. Im looking for ways to get involved and helping others and with winter coming up im sure there will be alot of opportunities to help my community. Lastly, im really looking forward to building a library. Ive been reading alot of manga and graphic novels during this deployment so im sure ill have a nice collection of that but there are a ton of great bookstores around the Nashville area with loads of great material on topics that ive been taking larger interest in. I look forward to learning more about myself and my culture, my mother and fathers culture and learning about my people. Im looking forward to being home.

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