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Sep 30, 2014 / 3,287 notes

White privilege

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Sep 30, 2014 / 40,482 notes

Anonymous said: Shakespeare was queer? I thought he only had affairs with ladies. What dudes did he get it on with?

swanjolras:

OH U SWEET SUMMER CHILD

so remember those sonnets, you know, about one hundred and twenty-six of them, the whole thing about “shall i compare thee to a summer’s day”

written to a hot male earl, dude

in 1640 some asshole named john literally had to change all the pronouns in those 126 sonnets because they were super fuckin queer and he was not comfy with how super fuckin queer they were

also, like, casual elizabethan bisexuality? christopher “they who love not tobacco and boys are fools” marlowe? the venetian “tit bridge”, where prostitutes were commanded by official decree to stand around topless to entice men who were bangin’ too many dudes, because there were so many gay men it was becoming a legitimate social problem?

welcome to the wonderful world of “literally everyone in the past was queer”, friend, enjoy your stay

Sep 30, 2014 / 20,256 notes

fuckyeahfemaleyoutubers:

These things actually permeate your brain and plant little seeds that people then carry around with them and influence how they behave. And it’s so important to analyze this, especially when you have an audience of MILLIONS.

Here’s Why Racism’s Not “Just Comedy” - Chescaleigh

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Sep 29, 2014 / 2 notes

Emma Watson, Taylor Swift, and Starbucks Feminism

Originally posted on Black Millennial Musings:

Last week, Emma Watson, known for her iconic role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, delivered a feminist speech at the United Nations. Announcing the launch of the HeForShe campaign, she detailed how men and women together must combat gender inequality. The speech, though moving and deeply personal, unsurprisingly evoked the sentiments…

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Sep 29, 2014 / 90 notes

newmanology:

Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art is a brilliant collection of movie posters that features 100s of examples from around the world.

Creative Review has more background on this essential book.

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soulbrotherv2:

Black Power beyond Borders: The Global Dimensions of the Black Power Movementedited by Nico Slate
Black Power burst out of nowhere in 1966—a saga of pride, anger, and violence that threatened the civil rights movement and challenged the very fabric of America. Or at least that’s how it seemed to many Americans. The story of Black Power is older, richer, and more global than many recognize. In Black Power Beyond Borders, famous figures like Stevie Wonder and the Black Panthers emerge in a new light alongside lesser known organizations like the Polynesian Panthers. From Harlem and Oakland to India and Israel, Black Power inspired movements that challenged boundaries throughout the world.
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Sep 29, 2014 / 43 notes

soulbrotherv2:

Black Power beyond Borders: The Global Dimensions of the Black Power Movementedited by Nico Slate

Black Power burst out of nowhere in 1966—a saga of pride, anger, and violence that threatened the civil rights movement and challenged the very fabric of America. Or at least that’s how it seemed to many Americans. The story of Black Power is older, richer, and more global than many recognize. In Black Power Beyond Borders, famous figures like Stevie Wonder and the Black Panthers emerge in a new light alongside lesser known organizations like the Polynesian Panthers. From Harlem and Oakland to India and Israel, Black Power inspired movements that challenged boundaries throughout the world.

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bootiesbooksandtheblues:

#Clarity
Sep 29, 2014 / 343 notes
flavorpill:

The Fascinating 100-Year Journey of Black Cinema Through Its Film Posters
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millennialau:

White protestors came out in force tonight to protest in front of the Ferguson Police Department. Black lives matter.

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Sep 29, 2014 / 2 notes

muddledmoogle:

"And Mitch, that’s not how you hold a gun."