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chiefcane:

Thank a Native/Indigenous Person/ Cree/Sioux/Iroquois/Ojibwe/Navajo/Comanche/Apache/ Any tribe local to your area, Don’t thank an Indian they’re to busy trying to thank the British for fucking off and giving them Mumbai and everything else back

chiefcane:

Thank a Native/Indigenous Person/ Cree/Sioux/Iroquois/Ojibwe/Navajo/Comanche/Apache/ Any tribe local to your area, Don’t thank an Indian they’re to busy trying to thank the British for fucking off and giving them Mumbai and everything else back

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"We are living in an era of revolution, and the revolt of the American Negro is part of the rebellion against the oppression and colonialism which has characterized this era… It is incorrect to classify the revolt of the Negro as simply a racial conflict of black against white, or as a purely American problem. Rather, we are today seeing a global rebellion of the oppressed against the oppressor, the exploited against the exploiter."

Malcolm X, 1965

Truth.

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Eurocentrist interpretation of history are suited to serve and favor the interest of caucasians. Sadly, these interpretations are hardly refuted and are deeply embedded in the American psyche.

luxuriouspain:

Relearning my history through the eyes of PoC.

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jonsnowflakes:

Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always

DYING !!

THE LAST POINT THO HOOOOOOO SHIT

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: #Ferguson Protests - Magazine covers

Amazing images. The TIME & Bloomberg Businessweek cover photos were both taken by Scott Olson (Getty Images) who was arrested by the St. Louis PD during the protests and later released. The New Yorker painting was done by New York artist Eric Drooker.

#MikeBrown #DontShoot

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"Critics generally don’t associate Black people with ideas. They see marginal people; they see just another story about Black folks. They regard the whole thing as sociologically interesting perhaps, but very parochial. There’s a notion out in the land that there are human beings one writes about, and then there are Black people or Indians or some other marginal group. If you write about the world from that point of view, somehow it is considered lesser. We are people, not aliens. We live, we love, and we die."

— Toni Morrison (via blackcontemporaryart)

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musicnerdery:

Seriously tumblr.I dont ever ask you guys for anything.But this is a time where we need your help.Please.Call. Email. Reblog. SOMETHING.

musicnerdery:

Seriously tumblr.
I dont ever ask you guys for anything.
But this is a time where we need your help.
Please.
Call. Email. Reblog. 
SOMETHING.

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policymic:

7 lies we have to stop telling about African-American female students

There is a myth that African-American girls generally fare better than African-American boys — that they somehow have it easier. This creates a potentially damaging narrative that may ultimately prevent society from truly empowering these young women.

Here are seven myths that we need to stop repeating when it comes to African-American women and the achievement gap.

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