Describe yourself and describe the rest of the world. I am simply the skin he never fit in. The poetry she always found the power to preach. The never ending story of which they are in constant search for conclusion. The silent soldier slowly learning to speak.
tontonmichel:

Joy for what’s coming.
antolovich:

thepandabaker:

adeyami:

Land of the free home of the rich

What really scares me is that they all have significantly cheaper health care AND education, which means Americans not only make they least, they pay the most.

…wait, what?
stunningpicture:

Milk in cookie cup.
lord-quasimoto:

fl0r-de-oro:

supergeeked:

exiledsojourner:

preciseflaw:
Man.. if this isn’t a powerful image I don’t know what is..

Damn. This hits hard though.

N

what you see on TV is what they want you to be 

Black people police themselves so much in public

rococobutter:

And they don’t even think about it. Don’t talk too loud, don’t make too many requests, don’t complain too forcefully about shitty service, put up with weird ass slightly racial compliments. And sometimes we joke about it like “lol! Better not do (normal human thing) cuz then people might think we’re uncivilized niggers” but it’s a painful constricting way to live. And not a type of way of living that non-Black people will understand

trilliondollarbillz:

i need the outfits on the ends.
artmusicvegan:

On This Day: April 7,1915 Jazz singer Billie Holiday (‘Lady Day’) was born (Eleanora Fagan Gough) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Holiday grew up in Baltimore in the 1920s and eventually moved to New York, where she made her true singing debut in obscure Harlem nightclubs. This mural ’Lady Sings The Blues’ by James Eichelberger is located at 1815 E Pratt Street in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photograph Courtesy of Angela Montgomery).     
blackfashion:

Maryam.  20, Chicago
http://maryamhampton.tumblr.com/
Photographed by Faye Marie