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a-jellybean-for-kingsley:So important to know this especially...

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a-jellybean-for-kingsley:

So important to know this, especially for ambitious young people.
Do NOT let your failures destroy you. Just keep pushing.

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lezbuild-s: itslaroneppl: Here is your reminder

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Here is your reminder

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we-will-get-by:coolfeminist:written by inkskinned why is...

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coolfeminist:

written by inkskinned

why is violence the first thing thought of when we say we want equality?

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servicedick: xcxcxbx: fleurbot: Do not let adults steal this generation from you. Relish in...

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fleurbot:

Do not let adults steal this generation from you. Relish in selfies. Snapchat pictures of coffee to your friends, huddle around an iphone to watch Vines. Shamelessly love this generations commodities, like how your parents loved THEIR commodities, like disco or Hammer Pants or whatever else. Do not let angry adults take away your chance to experience the uniqueness of right now.

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No one can take my selfies from me NO ONEEEE

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daniellemertina: mixunit: Thank God We Solved Racism This...

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mixunit:

Thank God We Solved Racism…

This epitomizes why the politics of respectability is so pointless and a ridiculous way to solve racism.

O’Reiley himself claims that if black men dress right, stay in school, and etc that they will be treated with respect. And yet, he blatantly disrespects a Columbia Professor dressed in a suit by reducing him to a cocaine dealer. This is how white people work. They give conditions for you to be treated with humanity, but even when you meet those arbitrary conditions you’re still treated as less than human.

And black people need to become wiser to these tactics. Because then Don Lemon wouldn’t have made the silly statements he made. 

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vjeranski:Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929)Germination soul...

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Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929)
Germination, soul transmigration, 1990
Acrylic on canvas
21 x 18 in; 53.3 x 45.7 cm

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