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d-evansy:

western-i:

PREACH!

need to take notes

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aydol:

prodigalpen:

RIP Mike Brown. His momma said she didn’t want anymore pics of him laying dead on the street so she shared pics of him as she knew him. This is one…

And I swear if it’s the last thing I do on this bloody website we are gunna make sure this doesn’t get forgotten. If we can’t get justice we’ll get change. The event in ferguson show that things have to fucking change

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heliolisk:

How dont fish get bored

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I’M HELLA BUSY WITH C SECTIONS

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zaynsbro:

Shut up mom, this isn’t a phase. this is the REAL me

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kidzombie:

relationship goals

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klefable:

shockingly, kids are sick and tired of paying hundreds of dollars for overpriced stacks of paper!!!!!! who wouldve thought!!!!!!

oh wait- this is a thing?!….. <_< 

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pudus:

dont ask me about 2009

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babydmt:

une-allegresse:

Body comparative

woah

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Yesterday, Essence Street Style Block Party #EssenceNYFW |
Past couple days have been filled with - good times, good vibes, good people…. oh and good food! My stomach is still smiling.

What Beats Going To Sleep With The Itis ?? #NOTHING lmaoo ^_^

ourafrica:

starbucks (@starbucks) logo traces roots back to Africa.

Info via citizins (@citizins) 

When you see that Starbucks logo, you probably think the same thing as me: “There’s that ‘smiling mermaid’ logo, there must be some good, but overpriced, coffee nearby”. Well what isn’t known to the world is that this is a picture of Yemaya, also know through out West Africa and the Caribbean as Yemoja,Yemowo, Mami Wata, Janaína, LaSiren (in Vodou) is an Orisha – said to be a Goddess of the traditional Yoruba religion that was brought by the enslaved Africans of what is now Nigeria to the west. She is the patron of women, in particular, pregnant women. When slaves were transported across the ocean, it was said to be Yemaya who protected them on their journey and kept them safe. She is kind and giving. She takes a long time to anger but when she does, watch out, you have a hurricane on your hands. She is said to be the “mother whose children number as the fish in the sea” and that is why she is presented as a two-tailed mermaid.Yemaya is said to bring forth and protect life through all the highs and lows, even during the worst atrocities that can be suffered. She reminds women to take time out for themselves, to nurture their own needs and to respect their deserved position in life.

Happy Black History month everyone!

(Source: ourafrica, via classichoney)