1. 23 Jul 2014   
  2. We could be fuckin but you wanna live in another state

    tandestra

    (Source: validx2)


  3. 23 Jul 2014   
  4. flutronix:

#fbf A shot from our performance at the @92ytribeca. #flutronix

    flutronix:

    #fbf A shot from our performance at the @92ytribeca. #flutronix


  5. 23 Jul 2014   
  6. “The same drug (marijuana) that had been considered fearsome twenty years earlier, when associated with African Americans and Latinos, was refashioned as a relatively harmless drug when associated with whites.”

    – The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander (via librarianreadseverything)


  7. 23 Jul 2014   
  8. accumulatio-artemis:

places i am thinking about today

    accumulatio-artemis:

    places i am thinking about today


  9. 23 Jul 2014   
  10. Women: I'm pregnant what should I do?
  11. Pro life: keep the baby!
  12. Women: okay! Can I have prenatal vitamins?
  13. Pro life: what?
  14. Women: can I have financial help for doctor appointments?
  15. Pro life: ummm.....
  16. Women: can I at least get paid maternity leave?
  17. Pro life: ummm... Excuse me?
  18. Women: the baby is here can I get financial help?
  19. Pro life: I'm sorry do we know you?


  20. 23 Jul 2014   
  21. ultrafacts:

Source For more facts follow Ultrafacts

it’s the tri-tone or diminished fifth or augmented fourth.

    ultrafacts:

    Source For more facts follow Ultrafacts

    it’s the tri-tone or diminished fifth or augmented fourth.

    (via ashlbnn)


  22. 23 Jul 2014   
  23. proteinpills:

    Listen/purchase: stray by ikea-graveyard

    This album has been on repeat the past few weeks. Take a listen. Support queer black artists

    (via ikea-graveyard)


  24. 22 Jul 2014   

    ikea-graveyard:

    Yung Aretha Franklin looks

    (via smilingannually)


    22 Jul 2014   
  25. i-effed-it-all-up:

    no, i don’t watch that show, but i do follow its developments extensively via tumblr

    (via kindofalwayshope)


  26. 22 Jul 2014   
  27. soulbrotherv2:

The banjo’s African American Heritage is celebrated on this date, June 13.

Since Caribbean Blacks created the banjo in the 17th century and carried it to North America in the 18th century, the banjo has been part of African American heritage. An African New World combination of European and African elements, early banjos resembled plucked full spike folk lutes like the akonting of Gambia, Senegal, and Guinea-Bissau and the bunchundo of Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. Like these instruments, early banjos had gourd or calabash bodies covered by a skin membrane and wood bridges held by string tension. Most early banjos had four gut or fiber strings, often three long and one short drone string, though some had two long strings and one short string. Banjos’ flat fingerboards and tuning pegs, not found on indigenous West African instruments, came from European instruments.  [Continue reading at the African American Registry.]

    soulbrotherv2:

    The banjo’s African American Heritage is celebrated on this date, June 13.

    Since Caribbean Blacks created the banjo in the 17th century and carried it to North America in the 18th century, the banjo has been part of African American heritage. An African New World combination of European and African elements, early banjos resembled plucked full spike folk lutes like the akonting of Gambia, Senegal, and Guinea-Bissau and the bunchundo of Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. Like these instruments, early banjos had gourd or calabash bodies covered by a skin membrane and wood bridges held by string tension. Most early banjos had four gut or fiber strings, often three long and one short drone string, though some had two long strings and one short string. Banjos’ flat fingerboards and tuning pegs, not found on indigenous West African instruments, came from European instruments.  [Continue reading at the African American Registry.]

    (via thedappledsky)


  28. 22 Jul 2014   
  29. killerkurves:

evolution-ofagirl:

Blurry but I liked it.

    killerkurves:

    evolution-ofagirl:

    Blurry but I liked it.

    (via yolandabequiet)


  30. 22 Jul 2014   
  31. (Source: theantidote, via searchin4food)


  32. 22 Jul 2014   
  33. proteinpills:

    Sometimes no matter how much you love and wanna be with someone, they’re just not good for you.


  34. 22 Jul 2014   
  35. “She loves her coconut oil, shea butter, black soap, olive oil, natural hair, saggy clothes, long dresses, hair wraps, twist outs, lemon water, green tea, grapes, sunflowers, friends, family, and future.
    What’s a label? She doesn’t have one”

    – 

    A carefree black girl (via thedappledsky)

    man i love this more than anything

    (via liveinnaturallove)

    perfect!

    (via terber)

    YAS!

    (via jjsinterlude)

    (Source: soulgeneration, via nhandi)


  36. 22 Jul 2014   

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