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People say i be having a mean look on my face like idgaf , and i be looking at people like “why tf are you even talking to me”😂😂

girlfights:

DAMN, I DONE DROPPED MY ICECREAM! Lmfao

sancophaleague:

Disclaimer: If your going to ignore the fact he saying some real shit and comment about how he’s saying nigga, well do yourself a favor and don’t comment, save yourself time and key strokes.

This line is from J.Cole’s song “Return of Simba” (deep). We are losing too many young black males to either the streets or prison. It’s up to us Black Males to GO BACK to our communities and steer our young black males in the right direction. Just like how Simba did in Lion King! Our presence is needed in our Communities!

Post made by: @Oba_Tayo

(Source: theuppitynegras, via peace-prosperity-paper)

"There are all kinds of addicts, I guess. We all have pain. And we all look for ways to make the pain go away."

- Sherman Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (via larmoyante)

(via peace-prosperity-paper)

jasmine96262:

#exhale

blackproverbs:

sheishurr:

angryblackgirlsunited:

Black Girl In Suburbia (documentary trailer)

Black Girl In Suburbia is a feature documentary that looks into the experiences of Black girls growing up in predominately white communities. This is a different look into suburbia from the perspective of women of color. This film explores through professional and personal interviews the conflict and issues Black girls have relating to both white and Black communities.

Black Girl In Suburbia intends to spark an open dialogue about race, identity, and perspective among all people, in hopes that these discussions will allow us to reconsider perceptions of ourselves, others and the communities in which we live and share.

Release date 2014
http://www.blackgirlinsuburbia.com

Your support is appreciated!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-…

I need this so bad… SUPPORT!

Last week someone asked me if I thought Black kids that grew up in White homes would have identity issues and I answered maybe and gave a cynical answer as to how they might feel about their Blackness. Anyhow, this is another side of the coin that I think is important to share and help support. So watch and support? Kthanksbye.

(via blacklifeandlove)