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badasseddy:

L.S itt: We Heart It.
brokegirl-expensivetaste:

๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Been waiting all week for these! #Jordan #Retro6 #BrightGrape
golddiggerr:

$$$$
dopediamond:

Dope…Common
saf-rimmings:

Whitney’s dress though!!

thatfunnyblog:

The American collegiate system in one gif set

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kushitekalkulus:

arabiannightgqbrotha:

black-australia:

whiteguiltconfessionals:

sataniswhite:

raw-r-evolution:

kushitekalkulus:

BLACK PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD

Beautiful 

 

Your history.
-M

Black is beautiful and diverse!

I’ve spoken about this before in relation to appropriation of Egyptian heritage, and I’m gonna do it again. American conceptions of race based on skin color CANNOT be applied around the world. Black American heritage and experience is distinct from that of a black person in Africa, the Caribbean, or anywhere else, and is in no way even RELATED to that of a dark skinned Indian person. This photo also makes the mistake of once again conflating all African cultures with each other based solely on their blackness. PLEASE, that only reinforces the same kind of stereotypes and insensitivities that we’re trying to fight. The experience of someone Nigeria is not the same as that of someone from Egypt or Somalia or the Congo, and none of them are the same as that of a black person in America. Please understand this. Please do not conflate all dark skinned people with each other. Please do not consider their history and culture to also be yours.

I don’t Understand why people reblog this post with a bunch of political diatribe when nothing on this post was political or controversial as far as commentary is concerned.All that this post displays is black dark skinned indigenous original people from around the world.Just leave it at that. Any other bullshit is unnecessary.
phattygirls:

SHE GOT THAT WET WET!
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