not quite sure what i'm doing here. but it'll come to me. stick around and watch.

rhapsody-tardisblue:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

the-goddamazon:

dynastylnoire:

getrightdowntoit:

The #TIMEtitles Twitter response to Time Magazine’s in depth look at the term (“of endearment”), “bae” has me rollin’…

Sauce:
http://time.com/3026192/this-is-what-bae-means/

dragggggggg

I need help I can’t breathe!

"Bitch I might be: Your guide to positive self-declaration"

OH MY GOD I AM CACKLING :D

this was one of my favorites. Black twitter slays again

(via mybeautifulmultitudes)

Source: whenyougetrightdowntoit

  • White tumblr can understand that wearing a short skirt and high heels doesn't mean you were asking for it, but they can't understand that sagging your pants and saying nigga doesn't mean you deserved to be killed.
Source: queenoftherandom

caribbejan:

Join @CaribSocialWIRE in Twitter Chat “Filmmaking in the Diaspora”
Use #CaribSWire
Thursday, August 21st, 2014

caribbejan:

Join @CaribSocialWIRE in Twitter Chat “Filmmaking in the Diaspora”

Use #CaribSWire

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Source: facebook.com

A CTA For the Carefree Black Girl

sdubington:

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Earlier this year I met what Tumblr told me was the Carefree Black Girl. A natural creative, she’s the grand daughter of the Bettie Davis and Sonia Sanchezes. The post-Lisa Bonet and all them girls in Love Jones but smarter with better poetry, less inhibitions and a sick social media…

just what i needed to hear. just when i needed to hear it.

Source: sdubington

humansofnewyork:

"Back in Guyana, my father captained a ship with forty men. Here, he drives a bus for the MTA. It’s been a tough adjustment, but he did it for his family.""How many siblings do you have?""A lot. My dad was captain of the ship."

humansofnewyork:

"Back in Guyana, my father captained a ship with forty men. Here, he drives a bus for the MTA. It’s been a tough adjustment, but he did it for his family."
"How many siblings do you have?"
"A lot. My dad was captain of the ship."

Source: humansofnewyork

humansofnewyork:

"I grew up on a rice farm in Guyana. We didn’t have running water or electricity, or anything like that. I didn’t come to America until I was 14. My friend has been struggling lately because she can’t get a job she wants, even though she’s really talented. She’s lived in New York her whole life and hasn’t travelled very much, and she said to me: ‘I don’t understand why anyone would want to immigrate to America.’ I told her:  “Trust me— if there’s a heaven, this is it.’”

humansofnewyork:

"I grew up on a rice farm in Guyana. We didn’t have running water or electricity, or anything like that. I didn’t come to America until I was 14. My friend has been struggling lately because she can’t get a job she wants, even though she’s really talented. She’s lived in New York her whole life and hasn’t travelled very much, and she said to me: ‘I don’t understand why anyone would want to immigrate to America.’ I told her:
“Trust me— if there’s a heaven, this is it.’”

Source: humansofnewyork

Calling All E-Masqueraders! | Rewind & Come Again

thenublk:

Rewind & Come Again are looking for E-Masqueraders for ‘National Caribbean-American Heritage Month’ which is celebrated in June

Attn: Bloggers, vloggers, Writers, musicians, dancers, and more! Call for submissions!

Source: thenublk

"To be, …OR NAH?"

- William Shakespeare (via spacetiger-bonsai)

Lol

(via mybeautifulmultitudes)

Source: spacetiger-bonsai

"I stopped looking for the light. Decided to become it instead."

Source: basedjane

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whatwhiteswillneverknow:

I. Am. A. Man.

Yes, I do watch Scandal.

Yes, I called out another man for his respectability politics. 

Yes, I am doing a Woman’s History Challenge. No, I took it upon myself to do it. 

And if you must ask, yes they deserved to die and I hope they burn in hell! 

(Okay, no one asked me the last question…)

Lol!

Source: whatwhiteswillneverknow