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Mother Nature. by ~BabyButta

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Mother Nature. by ~BabyButta

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Miss Kenya by ~LadyAquanine73551

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Miss Kenya by ~LadyAquanine73551

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Black women are more likely to have Breast Cancer. Get checked and often!

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Black women are more likely to have Breast Cancer. Get checked and often!

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Frank Morrison - Diva Blue

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Frank Morrison - Diva Blue

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Afro’ed Yemaya by ~sublimityeternal

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Afro’ed Yemaya by ~sublimityeternal

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Adulthood by ~JohnathanSung

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Adulthood by ~JohnathanSung

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I am not afraid by ~Ai-line-69

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I am not afraid by ~Ai-line-69

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A different interpretation of the red queen, more or less inspired by that Mac Makeup Hello Kitty ad.

cute!

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A different interpretation of the red queen, more or less inspired by that Mac Makeup Hello Kitty ad.

cute!

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nukirk

For those out there who believe black people to be less than pure royalty, let me inform you of a little known, but scientifically proven, many times over, FACT. Which after reading, you will hopefully feel both very stupid and very sorry. For you dishonor your own mothers and grandmothers.

EVERY human being on earth, no matter what their culture, creed, skin colour, or nationality, shares one gene traceable back to one African woman. Scientists have named it ‘The Eve Gene’. This means ALL of us, even ridiculously stupid, ignorant, perverted, blaspheming racists are the descendants of one African woman.

One African woman is the mother of all of us. Africa was the first world. You come from there! Your skin may be ‘white’.. because you didn’t need it to be black any more where you lived. But as Curtis Mayfield said.. “You’re just the surface of our dark, deep well”. So you’re being morons. And God is having the last laugh at your ignorant expense.

If you hate black people, its yourself you hate. And the mother who bore you. If you kill or wish ill on black people, its yourself you kill and wish ill on. As well as the mother who bore you.

When you dishonor the the utter glory and majesty of black people, you lie. Your heart lies to you and you let it. Despite seeing every day, all your life, how you and your country would be less than wonderfully functioning and inspiring to the world, without the manifold and glorious contributions made by the descendants of African slaves, who did not by the way actually ask to go to America and leave their future families there to be disrespected for eternity.

What are you doing hating yourself by hating your brothers and sisters who daily show you nothing but inspiration and love, despite having NOTHING, in their own country? Despite having barely a chance of anything, because of racism. Despite being granted no ‘permission’ for proper self-esteem.

These beautiful people continue to believe in and even manifest Jesus Christ better than you do. That alone could stand as the greatest reason your racism is blasphemy, were it not for all the other reasons.

These people you hate and fear ARE the body of Christ, just as we all are. Every child, woman or man. And they know it. Maybe thats why you cant bear to look at them. Because you see Jesus Christ and you cant stand the light.

Stop this ridiculous and uneducated attitude. You would be dead without black people. Think of all the greatest music ever composed. The greatest songs. The greatest inspirational heroes.. Muhammad Ali, Mandela, Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman, Soujourner Truth, Bob Marley, Nina Simone, Curtis Mayfield. So many absolute angels, sent from God.

Without the inspiration of these people many millions of so-called ‘white’ people, including myself would not have had the strength to pay the price of life.

Sinéad O’Connor - Open Letter About Trayvon Martin (via nukirk)

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