im in a country that has children beheading people like a sport.
I’m sorry if all the inbreeding that’s been happening in your family for the past few generations has fucked you up to a point where you can’t read a book or go outside but he isn’t Arab and you’re so dumb I’m feeling physically ill
he’s not even arab though smh
Like white people aint prancing around country to country executing people every 30 seconds.
I’m in a country where we shoot Black people for no damn reason
Lupita Nyong’o graffiti at the Go Down Art Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.
She sat in the class I daydream in and I can only hope to be like her.
Rebuild black Wall Street
Rebuild black communities
Rebuild black schools
Support black owned businesses
Support black artists
Support black people
Educate black youth
Be the black that they fear most.
you a bitch
It’s called copula deletion, or zero copula. Many languages and dialects, including Ancient Greek and Russian, delete the copula (the verb to be) when the context is obvious.
So an utterance like “you a bitch” in AAVE is not an example of a misused you, but an example of a sentence that deletes the copular verb (are), which is a perfectly valid thing to do in that dialect, just as deleting an /r/ after a vowel is a perfectly valid thing to do in an upper-class British dialect.
when The Beyhive took Beyoncé’s job👌💕😂 @beyonce
THIS MADE ME SO HAPPY OMG!!!
LMFAO OMG her face she was like “WTF…okay, OKAY y’all got it!”
this is my uncle steve when he was my age he was the lead in a large polynesian gang and lived a rough life but he also has a strong passionate love for beyonce to the point he has it tattooed on his chest and named his second daughter beyonce
Beyoncé on the VMA red carpet
They had us wait about 20 minutes and said “there’s a surprise coming” and then there was screaming and then this happened. Magical. Bey and Tyler Posey were the only ones who were super intimate with fans. Shout out to 1iota.com for tickets!
Young Dad Wins Back Custody of Child Adopted Without Consent
26-year-old Jeremiah Sampson waged a three-year court battle that forced him to drop out of college to pay for legal expenses in gaining custody of his child.
Sampson drove five hours to Rolla, Mo., once or twice a week for more than six months to challenge the adoption in court. The adoptive parents threw a towel over the baby’s head in court, refusing to let him look at his birth father.
Born and raised in Coweta, Oklahoma, Sampson had four older brothers, three sisters and a mother who worked two jobs to support them all. He didn’t meet his father until he was 13 and hasn’t seen him much since.
“I would never do that to my own flesh and blood,” Sampson said. “I would never walk away from my own child.”
Sampson is now suing the adoption agency for violating his parental rights by going ahead with the placement even after he objected.
Source: Tulsa World
THIS IS MONUMENTAL IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING OF THE ADOPTION INDUSTRY’S ALL OUT GLOBAL ASSAULT ON BLACK FAMILY PRESERVATION OMG LOOK AT THIS GLORIOUS DUO LOOK AT THIS GLORIOUS RULING I CANNOT CONTAIN MY EXCITEMENT /capslock!orphan X
I love, love, LOVE, seeing a darkskin man with immaculate skin. Thats when i know God is real and I see God in him.
I just came
Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Chineke. Oluwa. Baba God. Something in my heart and body happens when I see a dark skinned man. I just want to praise and thank God.
Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.
Whoop there it is!
Beyoncé and Jay-Z - Made In America Festival
Love at first touch.
There’s a social media campaign going on right now to spread the word on why we need more diversity in our books. It’s really fantastic and inspiring and I am so proud to be a part of it. You can learn more about it here and here.
As a writer and a mom, this campaign is also deeply personal for me. My daughter is 1/2 Korean and 1/2 Jamaican. She loooooves books. I think she might love books more than she loves anything else (including mama!). One day she’ll be able to read them on her own and I want her to be able to find herself in them. I want her to know that girls that look like her can be anyone, can do anything.
We need diverse books because this is my family.