Every word that I say is straight, cause I don't have no time to play with you. The majority of my time is spent stacking my status and plotting to get back my stuff.

17th September 2014

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People that don’t accept the truth don’t want their illusions destroyed.
— Mark Patterson, @Expherience (via kushandwizdom)

More good vibes here

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17th September 2014

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She spends whole days in uncontrollable ecstasy.
And no one is there but her and her higher self.
—   Alone time feels so delicious going inside|India Ame’ye (via eatmangoesnekkid)

Me. Most def.

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15th September 2014

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crystals and fur by appledust

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crystals and fur by appledust

15th September 2014

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More good vibes here

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More good vibes here

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15th September 2014

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15th September 2014

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A member of the African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company, 1891. From The Guardian:
The African Choir were a group of young South African singers that toured Britain between 1891 and 1893. They were formed to raise funds for a Christian school in their home country and performed for Queen Victoria at Osborne House, a royal residence on the Isle of Wight. At some point during their stay, they visited the studio of the London Stereoscopic Company to have group and individual portraits made on plate-glass negatives. That long-lost series of photographs, unseen for 120 years, is the dramatic centrepiece of an illuminating new exhibition called Black Chronicles II.
Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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A member of the African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company, 1891. From The Guardian:

The African Choir were a group of young South African singers that toured Britain between 1891 and 1893. They were formed to raise funds for a Christian school in their home country and performed for Queen Victoria at Osborne House, a royal residence on the Isle of Wight. At some point during their stay, they visited the studio of the London Stereoscopic Company to have group and individual portraits made on plate-glass negatives. That long-lost series of photographs, unseen for 120 years, is the dramatic centrepiece of an illuminating new exhibition called Black Chronicles II.

Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

15th September 2014

Quote reblogged from The Noise Within with 33,927 notes

Ratchet is a racialized term. So is ghetto. So is thug. So is welfare queen. Someone does not have to EXPLICITLY say the word “black” in order for something to be racist against black people. Speaking in flagrantly racist terms is one of the least sophisticated manifestations of racism today.
TemperedFury on Philip DeFranco’s, creator of the YouTube channel Philly D, use of racialized language.  (via knowledgeequalsblackpower)

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15th September 2014

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Jimmy took some time during the show to write his Thank You Notes! 

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Jimmy took some time during the show to write his Thank You Notes

15th September 2014

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Trust the vibes you get, energy doesn’t lie.
— (via sunflower-mama)

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15th September 2014

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Kid Cudi Photographed by Alexei Hay for Esquire Magazine, 2014

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