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susiethemoderator:

Can we honestly discuss this. Look at this beautiful accurate portrayal of an Ancient Kemit (Egyptian) Queen. She looks like an Ethereal Goddess.
Reasons why we need to cast Black People as Black People.


Just to reflect on an earlier post
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kvdadon:

nostalgic-moments:

jessehimself:

A young Bill Clinton meets John F. Kennedy


Wow

damn
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dexternavy:

M.I.A. - Double Bubble Trouble #6
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mc-rook:

thetoomuchforyou:

cynicallyindecisive:

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somethinqueer:

theracismrepellent:

princessandtheprep:

This is one of the most insulting things that I have every seen, it makes me so mad I actually want to cry. I can’t believe magazines think that they can just dipped a woman in brown paint, give her clothes from my culture to put on and have the audacity to call her an “African Queen”. Growing up I heard so may jokes about Africans and saw the negative stereotypes portrayed by the media that tried to make me feel bad about where I come from. Yet Ive noticed when fashion magazine want to do spreads portraying poise and exoticness they often turn to Africa ( proving time and again that Africa is more than the negative images you see in the media)  but this time, to try and take parts of my beautiful culture and have a white women play the role just proves that beauty cannot be seen in our countries/cultures unless it is represented by White people. 

Stop white people once and for all~Tae

"classy" blackface is still offensive and harmful blackface

WHAT THE FUCK!

Nah.

What the actual fuck!!!!!!!
lovelyandbrown
I feel like you should see this. This needs to be a big deal!


labellapria littlefo0t

Wtf kinda shit is this?! I swear 2014 is the year of racist/racism smfh….
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frowp:

she is mother earth
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kushandwizdom:

Teen quotes
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socimages:

Tuskegee syphilis study recruitment letter.
By Gwen Sharp, PhD
The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment is one of the most famous examples of unethical research. The study, funded by the federal government from 1932-1972, looked at the effects of untreated syphilis. In order to do this, a number of Black men in Alabama who had syphilis were misinformed about their illness. They were told they had “bad blood” (which was sometimes a euphemism for syphilis, though not always) and that the government was offering special free treatments for the condition. Above is an example of a letter sent out to the men to recruit them for more examinations.
The “special free treatment” was, in fact, nothing of the sort. The researchers conducted various examinations, including spinal taps, not to treat syphilis but just to see what its effects were. In fact, by the 1950s it was well established that a shot of penicillin would fully cure early-stage syphilis. Not only were the men not offered this life-saving treatment, the researchers conspired to be sure they didn’t find out about it, getting local doctors to agree that if any of the study subjects came in they wouldn’t tell them they had syphilis or that a cure was available.
The abusive nature of this study is obvious (letting men die slow deaths that could have been easily prevented, just for the sake of scientific curiosity) and shows the ways that racism can influence researchers’ evaluations of what is acceptable risk and whose lives matter. The Tuskegee experiment was a major cause for the emergence of human subjects protection requirements and oversight of federally-funded research once the study was exposed in the early 1970s. Some scholars argue that knowledge of the Tuskegee study increased African Americans’ distrust of the medical community, a suspicion that lingers to this day.
In 1997 President Clinton officially apologized for the experiment.
Gwen Sharp is an associate professor of sociology at Nevada State College. You can follow her on Twitter at @gwensharpnv.
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visualsinblog:

Because I love you.. #love #relationshipgoals #shifttheculture #writersmovement #visualsin #quoteoftheday
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