TheClassic.TheBrashest.

Feb 21

Don’t get caught lookin at another chick while you’re with your woman.
Because that other chick might be me.

Feb 7

(Source: politi-gal, via neoliberalismkills)

Feb 7

tedx:

Does money make you mean? In a talk at TEDxMarin, social psychologist Paul Piff shares his research into how people behave when they feel wealthy. (Hint: badly.)

To learn more, watch the whole talk here»

#crapitalism

(via neoliberalismkills)

Feb 6

sistahmamaqueen:

the6thsiren:

Basically.

best new meme of the year goes to … 

Nooooooo

(via qbits)

racialicious:

Yeah, we’re just gonna chill out in all of this greatness for a moment…
You’re welcome.
(L-r: Nikki Giovanni, Toni Morrison, and Angela Davis. Photo credit: Jim Stroup)


Mmm….black woman brilliance
Feb 6

racialicious:

Yeah, we’re just gonna chill out in all of this greatness for a moment…

You’re welcome.

(L-r: Nikki Giovanni, Toni Morrison, and Angela Davis. Photo credit: Jim Stroup)

Mmm….black woman brilliance

(via fuckyeahlgbtqblackpeople)

Feb 4

universalequalityisinevitable:

David Suzuki, from this video.

(via iolaella)

Feb 1

neoafrican:

Posters by Jon Daniel 

Available for purchase at The PStore 

#blkhistory

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Oct 21

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beautifulfortress:

#studioporn #akai #mpc #element
Oct 18

beautifulfortress:

#studioporn #akai #mpc #element

(Source: firelipsfreed)

howiviewafrica:

Chimamanda Adichie pays tribute to Chinua Achebe at 82.
“I grew up writing imitative stories. Of characters eating food I had never seen and having conversations I had never heard. They might have been good or bad, those stories, but they were emotionally false, they were not mine. Then came a glorious awakening: Chinua Achebe’s fiction. Here were familiar characters who felt true; here was language that captured my two worlds; here was a writer writing not what he felt he should write but what he wanted to write. His work was free of anxiety, wore its own skin effortlessly. It emboldened me, not to find my voice, but to speak in the voice I already had. And so, when that e-mail came from his son, I knew, overly-thrilled as I was, that I would not call. His work had done more than enough. In an odd way, I was so awed, so grateful, that I did not want to meet him. I wanted some distance between my literary hero and me.”
-Chimamanda Adichie
MUST READ: http://thenetng.com/2012/11/chimamanda-adichie-pays-tribute-to-chinua-achebe-at-82/

brilliance. rip.
Mar 27

howiviewafrica:

Chimamanda Adichie pays tribute to Chinua Achebe at 82.

“I grew up writing imitative stories. Of characters eating food I had never seen and having conversations I had never heard. They might have been good or bad, those stories, but they were emotionally false, they were not mine. Then came a glorious awakening: Chinua Achebe’s fiction. Here were familiar characters who felt true; here was language that captured my two worlds; here was a writer writing not what he felt he should write but what he wanted to write. His work was free of anxiety, wore its own skin effortlessly. It emboldened me, not to find my voice, but to speak in the voice I already had. And so, when that e-mail came from his son, I knew, overly-thrilled as I was, that I would not call. His work had done more than enough. In an odd way, I was so awed, so grateful, that I did not want to meet him. I wanted some distance between my literary hero and me.”

-Chimamanda Adichie

MUST READ: http://thenetng.com/2012/11/chimamanda-adichie-pays-tribute-to-chinua-achebe-at-82/

brilliance. rip.

(via dynamicafrica)