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  2. cashmerethoughtsss:

dopenmind:

baddygirl-2:

beautiful-ambition:

I’m just gonna leave this here…

*emoji eyes*

Can I be honest and say I never thought of it this way? I need to print this out and frame it. Man, this is the realest.

*slow claps*

    cashmerethoughtsss:

    dopenmind:

    baddygirl-2:

    beautiful-ambition:

    I’m just gonna leave this here…

    *emoji eyes*

    Can I be honest and say I never thought of it this way? I need to print this out and frame it. Man, this is the realest.

    *slow claps*

    Reblogged from: dimwen
  3. did-you-kno:

All people living today can trace part of their genetic heritage through their mothers back to the same woman who lived in Africa almost 200,000 years ago.  Source

    did-you-kno:

    All people living today can trace part of their genetic heritage through their mothers back to the same woman who lived in Africa almost 200,000 years ago. Source

    Reblogged from: dimwen
  4. thesexqueen:

    tiger03lily:

    wrapyourlipsaroundmyname:

    badgalfaashion:

    brainy-beauty:

    inmytwistedfairytale:

    HE HANDED THAT SHIT TO HIMMMMM

    Farrakhan does not fear man. Amen.

    DANM!!

    I think this make the 10th time ive reblogged this 

    amazing

    How to passionately respond to American ethnocentrism. This guy has some amazing points, and if you find the need to argue him, I’d recommend investigating ethnocentrism, and aversive racism.

    Reblogged from: beautiesofafrique
  5. http://artistiquesoul.tumblr.com/post/54455523077

    artistiquesoul:

    She’s the cigarette to your lips. Addicting, unhealthy.. Yet you still crave what isn’t good for you. A temporary fix when you’re stressed, and she’s killing you. Yet you can’t seem to quit her. Me, on the other hand.. I’m the weed. Call me Mary, Mary Jane. I’ll open your mind, and let your…

    Reblogged from: artistiquesoul
  6. artistiquesoul:

    I’m tired, horny, and hungry. Why can’t I sleep, eat and have sex all at once. Why isn’t that a weird possibility in life. 

    Reblogged from: artistiquesoul
  7. artistiquesoul:

    I want something real. I want someone to miss me back as much as I miss them. I miss feeling wanted, and needed. I miss filling in the empty space in someone’s heart. Completing them. Always having someone to talk to. A support system. A bestfriend. Being a prime reason of ones happiness. I miss it so much. Making love. Holding hands. Kissing. Sharing secrets. The best feeling in the world. I swear. I’m ready for that.

    Reblogged from: artistiquesoul
  8. artistiquesoul:

Hello.
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  9. legalmexican:

beautifulismyattire:

http://profashionall.tumblr.com | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

YASSS CAT
    Reblogged from: stopfetishisingafricanwomen
  10. talesofthestarshipregeneration:

    stopfetishisingafricanwomen:

    KATANGA’S FORGOTTEN CHILDREN

    During the 1970s, an increased demand for copper and cobalt attracted Japanese investments in the mineral-rich southeastern region of Katanga Province. Over a 10-year period, more than 1,000 Japanese miners relocated to the region, confined to a strictly male-only camp. Arriving without family or spouses, the men often sought social interaction outside the confounds of their camps. In search of intimacy with the opposite sex, sometimes resulting in cohabitation, the men openly engaged in interracial dating and relationships, a practice mostly embraced by the local society. As a result, a number of Japanese miners fathered children with native Congolese women. However, most of the mixed race infants resulting from these unions died, soon after birth. Multiple testimonies of local people suggest that the infants were poisoned by a Japanese lead physician and nurse working at the local mining hospital. Subsequently, the circumstances would have brought the miners shame as most of them already had families back in their native Japan. The practice forced many native Katangan mothers to hide their children by not reporting to the hospital to give birth.

    Today, fifty Afro-Japanese have formed an association of Katanga Infanticide survivors. The organization has hired legal council seeking a formal investigation into the killings. The group submitted official inquiry to both the Congolese and Japanese governments, to no avail. Issues specific to this group include having no documentation of their births, since not having been born in the local hospital spared their lives. The total number of survivors is unknown

    Source

    My hatred for men grows every time I watch this. It angers me that it’s 2014 and justice still hasn’t been served. Don’t African women matter? Don’t African children matter? I wish there was a way that I could help, it’s really heart breaking. 

    It aint just a matter of patriarchy, tho i am sick of dudes not being able to either take advantage of birth control methods or practicisng control of their sexual urges like they keep urging women to do. there is also the prejudiced fuckery going on here. Black people keep getting fucked over  by other poc and white people, good enough to exploit, not good enough to treat like human beings.

    Reblogged from: beautiesofafrique
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