everything's in everywhere

what if there was no niggas
only master teachers?
i stay woke.

some people think that she needs changing,

but they don’t understand the struggles she was raised with

so shut the fuck up

just shut the fuck up

"All Grown Up" Cartoon Characters from the 90s

smdeadgirl:

Artist: Isaiah Stephens
Hey Arnold:

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Recess:
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Rocket Power:
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Dexter’s Laboratory:
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The Wild Thornberrys:
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Rugrats:
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Powerpuff Girls:
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bunitv:

Today’s dose of cool: Ghanaian Street Dancers pay tribute to Michael Jackson.

(Source: bunitv, via ghanailoveyou)

"If a white man wants to lynch me, that’s his problem. If he’s got the power to lynch me, that’s my problem. Racism is not a question of attitude; it’s a question of power." -Stokely Charmicael

(Source: 3rdeyechicago, via sheabutterandblackwytches)

"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires."

William Arthur Ward (via purplebuddhaproject)

inspire .

(via jheneaiko)

(via jheneaiko)

seeszarun:

Good day

seeszarun:

Good day

BLACK UP

BLACK UP

(Source: radiorahul)

helloamandaart:

The last stage is useful for winter.

elotrosoyyo:
life long goal

helloamandaart:

The last stage is useful for winter.

elotrosoyyo:

life long goal

hamdaiseverywhere:

dynamicafrica:

Ferrari Sheppard of Stop Being Famous interviews Kenyan-born British-Somali award-winning poet Warsan Shire.

Shire talks about the the importance of memory and its connecting factor to human experiences, writing and seeking inspiration in the cinema, the writers and books that inspire her, and discusses her poetic career versus her personal life. 

One of my favourite parts of the interview is when she beautifully and boldly declares that “everyone is deserving of love…” as one of the things that she is most sure of in this world.

love.

(via gabrielteodros)