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September 2, 2014 at 6:18am
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youbelongamongwildflowerss:

:) the truth.

youbelongamongwildflowerss:

:) the truth.

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5:28am
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dog trying to save fishes

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5:27am
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Yoko Jak / Philly
Photographer: RickyCodio
Stylist/Model: Yoko Jak
Mua: Rebekah_ana

blackfashion:

Yoko Jak / Philly

Photographer: RickyCodio

Stylist/Model: Yoko Jak

Mua: Rebekah_ana

2:44am
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2:39am
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rachelstewartjewelry:

My grandmother. My dad on the far left. She eventually had 14 children.
My grandfather was a preacher who tried to organize blacks in the south, because of this the klan burned down their home and later tried to kill them again  by ramming their car loaded with babies and small children and causing a serious accident, putting my dad and some siblings in the hospital which by the way wouldn’t accept black people so they had to leave and find another one in another city, all the while bloody and injured.
Because of civil rights riots there was a curfew placed on the town, my dad broke curfew at 12 because he wanted a coke from the vending machine across the street, he told me while he walked a pickup truck pulled up next to him and pointed a rifle in his face, they said nothing but followed him back home with the gun pointed at his head, HE WAS 12
My grandfather was also blacklisted, nobody would hire him, rent a home to him, sell a car to him…the klan has members in all areas of life, denying black people jobs, cars and property it was and still is one of the ways they kept black families destitute, and starting your own business was at the risk of your life.
There were many more incidents but after this one my grandmother sent my dad and his older brothers away, she knew they would probably end up shot or hung.
All because his dad was a civil rights advocate.
There are many more stories but I’ll wait till his book comes out which he is working on now.

rachelstewartjewelry:

My grandmother. My dad on the far left. She eventually had 14 children.
My grandfather was a preacher who tried to organize blacks in the south, because of this the klan burned down their home and later tried to kill them again by ramming their car loaded with babies and small children and causing a serious accident, putting my dad and some siblings in the hospital which by the way wouldn’t accept black people so they had to leave and find another one in another city, all the while bloody and injured.
Because of civil rights riots there was a curfew placed on the town, my dad broke curfew at 12 because he wanted a coke from the vending machine across the street, he told me while he walked a pickup truck pulled up next to him and pointed a rifle in his face, they said nothing but followed him back home with the gun pointed at his head, HE WAS 12
My grandfather was also blacklisted, nobody would hire him, rent a home to him, sell a car to him…the klan has members in all areas of life, denying black people jobs, cars and property it was and still is one of the ways they kept black families destitute, and starting your own business was at the risk of your life.
There were many more incidents but after this one my grandmother sent my dad and his older brothers away, she knew they would probably end up shot or hung.
All because his dad was a civil rights advocate.
There are many more stories but I’ll wait till his book comes out which he is working on now.

2:30am
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rachelstewartjewelry:

Aimee Mann in our mixtape earrings. Rachelstewartjewelry.Com

He said shut up he said shut up I just can’t take anymorrrrreeeee voices carry!

rachelstewartjewelry:

Aimee Mann in our mixtape earrings. Rachelstewartjewelry.Com

He said shut up he said shut up I just can’t take anymorrrrreeeee voices carry!

White privilege

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ethiopianbutamerican:

Forty-six million white adults today can trace the origins of their family wealth to the Homestead Act of 1862. This bill gave away valuable acres of land for free to white families, but expressly precluded participation by Blacks.

"how do I have privilege?"

Shit can trace their lineage PERIOD. My lineage tracings starts on the auction block.

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2:26am
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cosmosonic:

African dancer Issa Niang  

cosmosonic:

African dancer Issa Niang  

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September 1, 2014 at 3:03am
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2:05am
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blackgirlsrpretty2:

The Flower GirlPhotographed by: Alexandria. W
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The Flower Girl

Photographed by: Alexandria. W

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