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evolutia:

insanebows:

youngblackandvegan:

black excellence

i think the main point here is that he might be able to cure cancer…not that he’s black

Can you stop being obnoxious for one second and actually attempt to understand the context of the statement?
The fact of the matter is, due to media saturation, the majority of stories you hear about Black people are negative ones. Also, any conversation regarding negative behavior, people have no problem putting the color Black into it, but suddenly when a Black person is making strides, you want to erase their race as being a factor? Fuck off.
Also something you want to note is often when stories like this are covered, people will leave out the name of the person doing it, if they happen to be a PoC. They’ll say “black boy creates x” but let a white person make a stride and they’ll give you his name, his families name and they’ll make absolutely sure they’ll get the recognition that they deserve.
There is a very big problem with representation and Black people always being painted in a negative light, but you won’t even recognize something positive like this coming from a Black person.

evolutia:

insanebows:

youngblackandvegan:

black excellence

i think the main point here is that he might be able to cure cancer…not that he’s black

Can you stop being obnoxious for one second and actually attempt to understand the context of the statement?

The fact of the matter is, due to media saturation, the majority of stories you hear about Black people are negative ones. Also, any conversation regarding negative behavior, people have no problem putting the color Black into it, but suddenly when a Black person is making strides, you want to erase their race as being a factor? Fuck off.

Also something you want to note is often when stories like this are covered, people will leave out the name of the person doing it, if they happen to be a PoC. They’ll say “black boy creates x” but let a white person make a stride and they’ll give you his name, his families name and they’ll make absolutely sure they’ll get the recognition that they deserve.

There is a very big problem with representation and Black people always being painted in a negative light, but you won’t even recognize something positive like this coming from a Black person.

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teaspoon900:

redneckotaku:

This is how Batman signals for Alfred…

You just made my day

teaspoon900:

redneckotaku:

This is how Batman signals for Alfred…

You just made my day

(Source: the-shortest-sunflower, via itsanamergencykael911)

— 12 hours ago with 219163 notes

singingrainorshine:

My dad recently told me, “There are many people who will put you down. Don’t be one of them.”

And that sticks with me every single day.

(via crankymom)

— 12 hours ago with 41190 notes
Tuesday Truth 17 September 14 edition →

alaskanmade:

As I’ve been reevaluating things in my life-a constant occurrence really-and friends I’ve bad I have come to the same conclusion. The friends I have made over the course of the 7 years since I left for the Air Force, the ones who I had fall outs with, were the kind of people who laughed at other…

— 13 hours ago with 7 notes
#reference 
layla-little:

Never tear down your fellow lady. We’re all dealing with insecurities and societal pressures. Let’s raise each other up, because we’re the only ones who understand what we go through. xo

layla-little:

Never tear down your fellow lady. We’re all dealing with insecurities and societal pressures. Let’s raise each other up, because we’re the only ones who understand what we go through. xo

(via alaskanmade)

— 13 hours ago with 158 notes

whoredinarygirl:

anytime a guy says “that’s what she said” always reply with “not to you”

(Source: whoredinarygirl, via twatley)

— 13 hours ago with 841401 notes