1. Small Black - No Stranger

  2. Things That I Want →

    I should make a list like this, especially at the dawn of a new summer, and with only a few months left before I shake my life up by living abroad. I need renewal and novelty again, like every summer, to be awakened by passion for what I really, truly want from this world.

  3. I don’t believe in charity. I believe in solidarity. Charity is vertical, so it’s humiliating. It goes from the top to the bottom. Solidarity is horizontal. It respects the other and learns from the other. I have a lot to learn from other people.

    — 

    -Eduardo Galeano (via mexiroccan)

    THIS.

    (via ordream)

  4. (Source: you-mean-nothing-to-me)

  5.  There are approximately 1,013,913 words in the English language but I could never string any of them together to explain how incredible I think you are.

    (Source: danielmaitland)

  6. aseaofquotes:

Jennifer Echols, Forget You

    aseaofquotes:

    Jennifer Echols, Forget You

  7. 8 May 2013

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    Reblogged from
    kateoplis

    
Robert Montgomery 

    Robert Montgomery 

  8. wewilllive4ever:

Facebook on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/60807177/via/ic0ns

    wewilllive4ever:

    Facebook on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/60807177/via/ic0ns

  9. The problem with sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, classist, ableist, etc., remarks and “jokes” is not that they’re offensive, but that by relying for their meaning on harmful cultural narratives about privileged and marginalized groups they reinforce those narratives, and the stronger those narratives are, the stronger the implicit biases with which people are indoctrinated are. That’s real harm, not just “offense.”

    — I Don’t Care If You’re Offended by Scott Madin (via fillingthespaces)

  10. (Source: jess5xoxo)

  11. No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them.

    — Assata Shakur (via imadeva)

    (Source: twitter.com)

  12. freereeves:

Representation matters.

    freereeves:

    Representation matters.

    (Source: omgblackgirls)

  13. Racism is not in your intent. Your intent is immaterial in how racist your actions are. This isn’t about you BEING a racist. It’s about you DOING A THING that is racist. Your intent doesn’t change it. Your ignorance of its meaning doesn’t change it. It’s got nothing to do with you as a person and everything to do with the meaning of your action in the context of sociocultural history.

    — 

    - moniquill (on red face & cultural appropriation)

    I’m just going to reblog this again, since some people apparently need reminding. 

    (via darkjez)

    (Source: nishwari)

  14. (Source: emptysoulsdevouring)