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Black. Gender Queer. A Femme Boi. Poly. Writer. Film Lover. In an open relationship.

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"To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe." ~Anatole France




you childish as fuck if you a straight guy and get mad when a gay guy compliments/hits on you

(via hip-hop-lifestyle)

Just bc school started doesnt mean ill stop bein a hoe

(Source: weavemunchers, via blackfemalepresident)


Thanks to US Uncut for this! BREAKING: Detroit’s unelected emergency manager, Kevyn Orr, has just relinquished control of the Detroit Water and Sewage Department, which is now back in the hands of the people. It’s expected the mayor and city council will approve a water affordability plan that caps a household’s water bill at no more than 3 percent of their income. Read more: http://abcn.ws/XavyWZ Thanks to groups like the Detroit Water Brigade for the weeks of ongoing pressure to stop the shutoffs! Direct action gets the goods. Read their statement on this victory here: http://bit.ly/1o9yqbT


all yall keep callin katt williams crazy but he the only one been makin sense for a long damn time

(Source: fedswatching, via reverseracism)


I heard the recording. I wanted to see if it was really legit before posting it. If it is, Darren Wilson can burn…srsly..

(Source: thechanelmuse)


ALL Ferguson Voters have the power to make this happen! Make it go viral and share!
Knowledge is power.

i don’t actually hate people it just exhausts me being around them for extended periods of time even my friends it’s nothing personal i just actually like being by myself yo

(Source: delvins, via kidsigh)


On this date, August 9, in 1997, Abner Louima was beaten. Louima, a Black Haitian immigrant was arrested and brutally attacked by four New York City police officers.
The Abner Louima Case, 10 Years Later

By Sewell Chan 
Ten years ago today, a 30-year-old Haitian immigrant named Abner Louimawas arrested and sodomized with a broomstick inside a restroom in the 70th Precinct station house in Brooklyn. The case became a national symbol of police brutality and fed perceptions that New York City police officers were harassing or abusing young black men as part a citywide crackdown on crime.The case also marked the beginning of the unraveling of Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani’s relationship with the black community in New York. That relationship would deteriorate even further, after the police shot two unarmed black men, Amadou Diallo in February 1999 and Patrick Dorismondin 2000.  [Continue reading article.]