at least we lived
beautifullydopeshit:

Explains everything
i see you
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1. when a black person has deducted the reasoning behind your scheme

2. when a black person rationalizes your reasoning. 

(via blackproverbs)

3. When a black person wants you to know that they’re impressed by your.. Style, job, car you drive, project you’re working on, etc, etc

(via blackinamerica)


blkdzn:

wow
badgalff:

keenith:

I really love doing this guys

This is amazing. 
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freetherobots2k14:

Who taught you to hate your dark skin?
“There is no greater sin of slavery than the systematic brain-washing that occurred for over 300 years that instilled a belief in the second class character of the people of African descent…. This distorted image received by people of African descent continues to haunt their psyche until today as an en-during sin of slavery.”
"For dark-skinned black people, being excluded in this manner says black is not beautiful, and the epitome of beauty is a light-skinned person, so this is what you should aspire to if you’re dark-skinned. It says it from every billboard, magazine cover, TV ad, packaged product on the shelf, and film thousands of times a day. Every day. So we continue to be socialised into accepting light skin (and straight hair) as defining standards of black beauty."
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