If you’re a person of the African Diaspora who truly loves their people than you can’t help but be hurt at the things that go on right in front us.
It hurts you to see your people partake in their own oppression.
'Hurts to see your people continue to falls for the traps that our heroes/champions/ancestors have warned us about.
It hurts you to see how deeply and constantly Africans will defend white supremacy.
When you open your eyes and you realize how bad we are misled as a whole it might just drive you crazy.
The most puzzling thing about White supremacy is how it is able to trick and deceive masses of black people every century, every decade, and every year with that same shit. 1. Create division, 2. divide and conquer, 3. exploit/miseducate/brainwash 4.Step back and let them work as agents of their own oppression for our benefit.5.Repeat steps 1-4
All prominent black issues are rooted from White oppression and exploitation but only real eyes realize the lies.
Peace Post Written by @solar_innerg


     When a man is educated, he can think for himself and defend himself and speak for himself. But this twentieth century Uncle Tom Negro never opens up his mouth in defense of a black man. He opens up his mouth in defense of the white man, in defense of America, in defense of the American government. He doesn’t even know where his government is, because he doesn’t know that he ever had one.     He believes in exactly what he was taught in school. That when he was kidnapped by the white man, he was a savage in the jungle someplace eating people and throwing spears and with a bone in his nose. And the average American Negro has that concept of the African continent. It is not his fault. This is what has been given to him by the American educational system.     He knows nothing about the ancient Egyptian civilization on the African continent, or the ancient Carthaginian civilization on the African continent, or the ancient civilizations of Mali on the African continent, civilizations that were highly developed and produced scientists. Timbuktu, the center of the Mali Empire, was the center of learning at a time when the people up in Europe didn’t even know what a book was. He doesn’t know this, because he hasn’t been taught. And because he doesn’t know this, when you mention Africa to him, why he thinks you’re talking about a jungle. And I went to Africa in 1959 and didn’t see any jungle. And I didn’t see any mud huts until I got back to Harlem in New York City.


Peanut Butter & Jelly French Toast




Only you get to touch my body…



Friday (1995)

Fine ass




I would inhale Rihanna’s vagina!!






I know this girl personally and she has flat hair with a slight wave to it. Smh



Tumblr staff is y’all niggas hiring?

All I’m asking bruh

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I can’t believe my good fortune. I’m so grateful to be a Black woman. I would be so jealous if I were anything else.
Maya Angelou. (via caliphorniaqueen)

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