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badgyalvangie:

Moesha


They are serving seriously! !!!

badgyalvangie:

Moesha

They are serving seriously! !!!

I hope everyone remembers Hillary Clinton’s passionate defense of Israel’s war crimes and total silence on Ferguson when she’s running for president in two years.
bocadillomaghrabi:

ronniesnark:

Talib and J. Cole are no B.o.B and T.I.

That’s my friend in the picture!

bocadillomaghrabi:

ronniesnark:

Talib and J. Cole are no B.o.B and T.I.

That’s my friend in the picture!

Would you like it in the vag or ass when I rape you?

a-man-n-progress:

rennskye:

misandry-mermaid:

At least now that I disabled Anonymous asks, your own face is attached to your pitiful hatemail.

image

And if you recognize this ugly mug, shoot me a name!

Thanks.

ETA: He’s been tracked down.

HIS NAME IS BRANDON BAYARD AND HE LIVES IN SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN.

Reblog the shit out of this so it shows up on every background search done by every guy trying to hire him ever.

REBLOGGING THIS ALWAYS, FUCK THIS PIECE OF SHIT

hanabones:

reportagebygettyimages:

Study Estimates 100,000 Elephants Killed in Last 3 Years

The continued demand for ivory from China and elsewhere in Asia has led to a dramatic decline in Africa’s elephant populations in the last decade, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Extrapolating from local population estimates, the authors estimated that 100,000 elephants have been killed in the last three years and that, in central Africa, the regional population has declined by 64 percent in the last decade. Read more about this study on National Geographic’s website.

Reportage photographer Brent Stirton documented the illicit ivory trade, and efforts to combat poachers, in 2011 and 2012. In his resulting story, “God’s Ivory,” Brent vividly illustrated the connection between poaching in Africa and demand for religious and cultural icons made from ivory in Asia.

Captions:

Top: The largest mass killing of elephants in recent history took place at Bouba Ndjida National Park in North Cameroon close to the Chad and Central African Republic Borders from January through March 2012.

Middle: The preparation for the burning of 5 tons of trafficked Ivory recovered from a seizure in Singapore in 2002, Manyani, Tsavo, Kenya, July 20, 2011.

Bottom: Ivory on sale at government registered White Peacock Arts World, Beijing, China, November 15, 2011.

This breaks my heart.

Humans are the worst animals.  

^^^^No white humans are the worst animals lol

thesoftghetto:

From Russia with Love (lol)
Russian students at the U.S Embassy.

THEY DOING THIS SHIT FOR SHOW

thesoftghetto:

From Russia with Love (lol)

Russian students at the U.S Embassy.

THEY DOING THIS SHIT FOR SHOW

jcoleknowsbest:

note-a-bear:

blackraincloud:

andreashettle:

gravediggs:

The Chief of Police justifies the use of a tazer on an 8 year old girl by saying they could have used their guns or batons, essentially. What restraint.

So very relevant to Ferguson, because I imagine the broader pattern of how police respond to people of color affected the outcome of this situation much like it did with Mike Brown.  Today, the police “just” used a tazer and caused some traumatization.  But … are there situations of police shooting and killing Native Americans in the U.S. (or First Nations people in Canada) that don’t hit the media because Native Americans are even more invisible than black people in the U.S.?

This…this commentary does not honor this little girl. And it does NOT address the nature of Native oppression in the US. Which is different from antiblack oppression.

Comparing an instance of violence against a nonblack person to an instance of violence against a Black person is…unhelpful. And it is a feature of antiblack oppression. Using Black bodies as yardsticks to judge all other forms of oppression is hurtful and harmful.

Native people are not more invisible than Black people because that comparison doesn’t even mean anything.

Hypervisibility is actually a key aspect of Black suffering. We are commodities. Our death is spectacle. It is never respected.

Anti-native oppression operates under different rules.

It would probably be more respectful to EVERYONE if people focused on the specific contexts of individual victims of state violence instead of comparing them to make sweeping ‘more/less’ statements about racialized groups.

^^^^^^

That bolded!

Who wrote the bolded tho! !!