1. thefatgawd:

    ceegypt:

    blackfeminism:

    do people say “bad neighborhood” for cities next to all-white high schools where the boys are getting high every day and raping girls? do they even say “bad neighborhood” for cities with large kkk meetings? or is bad neighborhood a strictly anti-black code?

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    The saying, “there goes the neighborhood” originated about black folks moving in.

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  2. from Occupy Democrats Facebook page

    from Occupy Democrats Facebook page

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  4. delesslin:



North Carolina legislators are considering a bill that would make it a crime to publicly disclose toxic chemicals that energy companies use in the hydraulic fracturing process, with offenders on the hook for fines or even jail time.
Under the parameters of the North Carolina bill, even firefighters and individual healthcare workers could be in trouble if they openly discuss the chemicals that are injected into the ground near their home.
-rt.com

So, here’s the deal. I am not from NC- I’ve never been a resident and don’t think I will anytime soon. However, my tribe, the Catawba Indian Nation, is located just along the Catawba River, which is super important to us. The River also flows from NC where this crazy fracking business is going on. So while I may not be a citizen of NC but the decisions of the NC politicians on fracking laws is going to have a very real effect on my tribe and other South Carolinian.
 The bill has passed the state Senate 35-12, according to Circa, which means there is still time before it passes the state’s House.
Find a rep from NC (or ALL the reps from NC) and tell them to be a good neighbor and not frack this up by passing this bill.
List of NC state House Reps and their E-Mail addresses

    delesslin:

    North Carolina legislators are considering a bill that would make it a crime to publicly disclose toxic chemicals that energy companies use in the hydraulic fracturing process, with offenders on the hook for fines or even jail time.

    Under the parameters of the North Carolina bill, even firefighters and individual healthcare workers could be in trouble if they openly discuss the chemicals that are injected into the ground near their home.

    -rt.com

    So, here’s the deal. I am not from NC- I’ve never been a resident and don’t think I will anytime soon. However, my tribe, the Catawba Indian Nation, is located just along the Catawba River, which is super important to us. The River also flows from NC where this crazy fracking business is going on. So while I may not be a citizen of NC but the decisions of the NC politicians on fracking laws is going to have a very real effect on my tribe and other South Carolinian.

     The bill has passed the state Senate 35-12, according to Circa, which means there is still time before it passes the state’s House.

    Find a rep from NC (or ALL the reps from NC) and tell them to be a good neighbor and not frack this up by passing this bill.

    List of NC state House Reps and their E-Mail addresses

    (via sikssaapo-p)

    3 days ago  /  932 notes  /  Source: delesslin

  5. If you’re not black, you cannot:

    glovesinthesummertime:

    problackgirl:

    thegirlwithcaramelskin:

    1. Say nigga
    2. Be a part of the natural hair movement.

    3. Tell my black ass what I should and should not be offended about.

    4. Jump in on every tumblr post made for black people and say all people. Nobody was talking to you. Stay in your socks and sandals lane.  

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  9. lolitapop09:

randomactsofchaos:

Matt Wuerker/Politico (03/18/2013)

Pretty accurate.

    lolitapop09:

    randomactsofchaos:

    Matt Wuerker/Politico (03/18/2013)

    Pretty accurate.

    (via amerikkkan-stories)

    3 days ago  /  31 notes  /  Source: politico.com

  10. Here’s a list of racial stereotypes that prevent white people from advancing socially or finding work:

    newtdragon:

    1.

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  11. I dont understand why a Tribe Called Red are doing the opening at the Canadian Human Rights Museum, when our people are not even looked at as humans, this goes for Buffy St. Marie as well

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  12. huffingtonpost:

THIS TINY ‘PREDATOR’ WILL KILL YOU.. WITH CUTENESS
The latest incarnation of the iconic film villain “Predator” is about a fraction of the size of the old one and has a new weapon in its arsenal — cutness. So see the full adorable video here.

    huffingtonpost:

    THIS TINY ‘PREDATOR’ WILL KILL YOU.. WITH CUTENESS

    The latest incarnation of the iconic film villain “Predator” is about a fraction of the size of the old one and has a new weapon in its arsenal — cutness. So see the full adorable video here.

    4 days ago  /  1,620 notes  /  Source: huffingtonpost

  13. lazyandunoriginal:

Norval Morrisseau in front of his painting Androgyny

    lazyandunoriginal:

    Norval Morrisseau in front of his painting Androgyny

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  14. First Nations male steals Olympic, goes through the judicial system in record time (1 month) and gets 1 year for his troubles, meanwhile, drug dealers and pedophiles are given a slap on the wrist, it couldn’t be because of who he stole the ring from or his race that had a factor, because everyone in canada knows we are all treated equal in this northern paradise.

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  15. morethanphotography:

Chocolate horn by TonyPrower

    morethanphotography:

    Chocolate horn by TonyPrower

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    5 days ago  /  41 notes  /  Source: morethanphotography