zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

lovesexandrelationships:

Lust is good…love is better.

lovesexandrelationships:

Lust is good…love is better.

iamsogothiwasbornblack:

maximushka:
© Maxim Vakhovskiy

iamsogothiwasbornblack:

maximushka:

© Maxim Vakhovskiy

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering African-American Victims Injured/Killed By Police Brutality
Tunde Adeyale (Maryland): Injured March 17, 2014 By Mt. Rainier Police Department After He Got His Car Stuck In A Snow Enbankment, Who Then Arrested & Assaulted Tunde After He Called 911
Tunde Adeyale is filing a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Mt. Rainier police department after he was assaulted and ticketed for getting his car stuck in the snow.
The incident happened during a terrible snowstorm on March 17, 2014, when Adeyale lost control of his car and slid off the road, getting the car stuck in a snow embankment.
Adeyale was driving a friend home that night, and when the accident occurred, they immediately called AAA and waited in the car for help to arrive.
Thousands of people across the east coast had found themselves in a similar situation that night, but for Adeyale things took an ugly turn when a police car pulled up behind him.  Adeyale and his friend were under the impression that police had arrived to help them back onto the road, or to at least see if they needed help.
However, according to Adeyale and his lawyer, police were immediately aggressive as soon as they arrived, and ticketed him for failure to control his vehicle and negligent driving.  Next, the officers threatened to impound his car.

Adeyale pleaded with officers to hear him out, and explained that he did not want any trouble, but the officers refused to listen to him, and responded with more threats, one of the officers even threatened to put him in the hospital. Seconds later, another officer moved in and punched Adeyale, knocking him unconscious momentarily.
Adeyale told FOX 45 that, “I was trying to help get my friend home and now I’m the one needing help getting up. It was scary.”
The whole ordeal was filmed on Adeyale’s friend’s cellphone, which police had attempted to confiscate, but the two managed to grab the cellphone from the hands of police officers and run home where they were able to upload it to the internet. [Free Thought Project]

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering African-American Victims Injured/Killed By Police Brutality

Tunde Adeyale (Maryland): Injured March 17, 2014 By Mt. Rainier Police Department After He Got His Car Stuck In A Snow Enbankment, Who Then Arrested & Assaulted Tunde After He Called 911

Tunde Adeyale is filing a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Mt. Rainier police department after he was assaulted and ticketed for getting his car stuck in the snow.

The incident happened during a terrible snowstorm on March 17, 2014, when Adeyale lost control of his car and slid off the road, getting the car stuck in a snow embankment.

Adeyale was driving a friend home that night, and when the accident occurred, they immediately called AAA and waited in the car for help to arrive.

Thousands of people across the east coast had found themselves in a similar situation that night, but for Adeyale things took an ugly turn when a police car pulled up behind him.  Adeyale and his friend were under the impression that police had arrived to help them back onto the road, or to at least see if they needed help.

However, according to Adeyale and his lawyer, police were immediately aggressive as soon as they arrived, and ticketed him for failure to control his vehicle and negligent driving.  Next, the officers threatened to impound his car.

Adeyale pleaded with officers to hear him out, and explained that he did not want any trouble, but the officers refused to listen to him, and responded with more threats, one of the officers even threatened to put him in the hospital. Seconds later, another officer moved in and punched Adeyale, knocking him unconscious momentarily.

Adeyale told FOX 45 that, “I was trying to help get my friend home and now I’m the one needing help getting up. It was scary.”

The whole ordeal was filmed on Adeyale’s friend’s cellphone, which police had attempted to confiscate, but the two managed to grab the cellphone from the hands of police officers and run home where they were able to upload it to the internet. [Free Thought Project]

birdgirlriri:

darvinasafo:

These are modern day lynchings

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/louisiana-police-officer-shoots-kills-14-year-old-honor-roll-student/

amerikkkan-stories:

Huey. 

amerikkkan-stories:

Huey. 

whitepeoplestealingculture:

He Mele No Lilo from Lilo and Stitch 

fucknofetishization:

Isnt it interesting while non black latinas are fetishized for their “fiery” tempers, black women are slandered because they are supposely angry all the time?? One is fetishized for their supposed anger, and another is put down for their supposed anger.

whiteguiltconfessionals:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Today In Solidarity (10.5.14): Voter Registration surges in Ferguson in the wake of Mike Brown’s death. The ballot box is not a singular or final solution to dismantling the systems of oppression in Ferguson and beyond, but it’s certainly an important area to focus on. Remember, the current city council/government is disproportionately white due in large part to voter apathy. It’s not too late to get registered, but many state deadlines are coming up this week! For more info visit: VOTE MISSOURI or Rock the Vote.

There’s no place where you can affect change more directly or effectively than at the local level. Don’t sleep on municipal elections. #staywoke #farfromover

It’s starting to work finally! (x) (x) 982 registered ferguson voters are needed to get these crooked individuals out of office!