Taken from a speech given on April 27, 1969.
 favorite movies
(2/5) Attack the Block
"What kind of alien, out of all the places in the whole wide world, would invade some shitty council estate in south London?"
"One that’s lookin’ for a fight."
Jackie Wang, Against Innocence (from Lies Journal)
Janelle Monae as Zatanna? OK, I need to do a black lady DC fancast at some point
guys this is honestly my favorite self-referential lyrical progression
*~Free Figure Revolution’s Body Posi Rally at VCU!~*
[Here’s the entire album of amazingness!]
breast implants that function as hard drives
breast implants that function as wave generators
breast implants that storage containers
breast implants that function as power generators
breast implants that function as a cell phone
breast implants that function as electric fence
Kimya Dawson /// Loose Lips
"LGBTI Aborignal activists respond to Anthony Mundine
"We write this letter to remind everyone that diverse sexualities do exist in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, have always existed, and will continue to flourish. We are united, we stand strong and we reclaim our rightful places in our cultures.”
Black Rainbow, a national coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gay, lesbian, bisexual, sistergirl, transgender and intersex peoples has published an open letter the Koori Mail, a fortnightly national newspaper reporting on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people giving Indigenous Australians a voice missing in the mainstream media.”
oh no look at these cuties
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Avril Lavigne | “I’m With You”"Isn't anyone trying to find me?
Won't somebody come take me home."
don’t care what anyone says, I actually like this song
screw the haters, Let Go was great
By Deborah Frempong
New York based photographer, Nakeya B’s work is noted for its relatability and ability to flip the gaze on to the viewer, forcing them to see themselves in her photographed subjects. This characteristic is replicated in her photo series on ‘Good Hair’, an exploration of the obsession and consumption of “natural feeling, lighter, softer” Kanekalon hair, within the black community.