This is such a Great Message

icanthelpbutwait:

fuckyeahchrisjones:

…this message came right on time.

sometimes we complain about the cross we bear not realizing that it’s preparing us for the dip in the road that God can see and we cannot…

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alexandraelle:

these two are the world to me. my man and my child. it gets no better.

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did you know that bashing my music taste increases your chances of changing my opinion by 0%

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niggablvd:

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gxisha:

Frank Ocean | Wisemen

“Frank Ocean wrote a fantastic ballad that was truly lovely and poetic in every way, there just wasn’t a scene for it. I could have thrown it in quickly just to have it, but that’s not why he wrote it and not his intention. So I didn’t want to cheapen his effort. But, the song is fantastic, and when Frank decides to unleash it on the public, they’ll realize it then.”

— Quentin Tarantino explaining why he didn’t use the song in “Django Unchained.”

this song makes me quiet af’

this is a very, very good song

i’ma have to reblog this one more time because it’s that perfect

like sorry but I’m still not over this

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sproutbabe:

kumagawa:

when the supporting cast is more interesting than the main character of a series

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wussut:

residentgoodgirl:

Protect little black boys at all costs

The notes on this are dissapointing.

Even with the knowledge that notes do nothing for the actual protection of black boys, it strikes as uncomfortable when compared to similar posts.

rhapsody-tardisblue:

youpretentiousbastard:

rhapsody-tardisblue:

*eye roll*

what’s new

I see more of a problem because her hair was dyed purple, but I guess the worst ever thing is that a “white” girl dared use a hair style that some black girls have used. Yay equality,

I really need you (@youpretentiousbastard) to understand how black people are disrespected for doing things in their own cultures and how insulting it is for white people to turn round and take those things after YEARS of telling us we’re less than for those same things-hair styles, hip hop, speaking mannerisms, etc. I NEED you to get that black American culture in particular is being stolen, commodified, and rebranded by white people. Then, and only then are those things seen as valid-when they’re on a white body. It is bullshit, and it’s not okay. It’s not about fucking equality and somehow you refuse to acknowledge that, yet still continue to follow me even though this is what I post.

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