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nerd4music:

redkuba:

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daveboogie:

So M.I.A has tweeted that Missy Elliott, Azealia Banks & Rye Rye will be on the Bad Girls ‘Remix’. Go shorty it’s ya birthday :)

OH MY FUCKING GOD

Oooo, exciting. 

This is EVERYTHING.


Ohhohoho

glossylalia:

nerd4music:

redkuba:

thankyoubasedsantorum:

daveboogie:

So M.I.A has tweeted that Missy Elliott, Azealia Banks & Rye Rye will be on the Bad Girls ‘Remix’. Go shorty it’s ya birthday :)

OH MY FUCKING GOD

Oooo, exciting. 

This is EVERYTHING.

Ohhohoho

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"I'm sorry to see you here,: Links & Resources.

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Feminism

Racism, Race, & Culture

Seems to be a safe bet that you really do not listen to what others say. Why do you not just stop posting your ridiculous comments on other races, sexes, and whatever and just stick to your food porn posts. This will save all on tumblr their sanity so we do not have to read your drawn out lies about what one race can do while another can not, or what one sex can do and say while another can not. You have no right to say any of this. So stick to the food porn. Be good at something in your life.

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Oh, I was wondering when you were going to show up. I feel I should start demanding a mix tape from you.

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BAMF

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BAMF

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King Lear goes First Nations

Shakespeare’s tragedy, King Lear, set in 17th Century Canada, amidst the pressure of early contact and confrontation, with an all-aboriginal cast from across the country, including the renowned August Schellenberg, Mohawk, as Lear.  In this powerful family conflict, an aging father—dividing his kingdom—demands proof of love from his daughters, thereby unleashing a tempestuous tragedy that even a king can’t control. A play as big as Canada, resonating with our own history. 

King Lear goes First Nations

Shakespeare’s tragedy, King Lear, set in 17th Century Canada, amidst the pressure of early contact and confrontation, with an all-aboriginal cast from across the country, including the renowned August Schellenberg, Mohawk, as Lear.  In this powerful family conflict, an aging father—dividing his kingdom—demands proof of love from his daughters, thereby unleashing a tempestuous tragedy that even a king can’t control. A play as big as Canada, resonating with our own history. 

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coldfish:

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thespunkywallflower:

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure. He kept seven women as subjects for four years, but left a trail of death and permanently traumatized black women. Anarcha was one of the women Sims experimented upon. A detailed history of this monster is in Harriet Washington’s book, Medical Apartheid.Sims believed that Africans were numb to pain and operated on the women without anesthesia or antiseptic. The procedures usually happened this way. Black female slaves who were guinea pigs would hold one subject down as Sims performed hysterectomies, tubal ligation, and other procedures to examine various female disorders.Sims also performed a host of operations on other slave populations. The following excerpt details his “practice” on enslaved infants.Sims began to exercise his freedom to experiment on his captives. He took custody of slave infants and, with a shoemaker’s awl, tried to pry the bones of their skulls into proper alignment.

makes me want to puke.

dear fucking god..

coldfish:

hairtrending:

thespunkywallflower:

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure. 

He kept seven women as subjects for four years, but left a trail of death and permanently traumatized black women. 

Anarcha was one of the women Sims experimented upon. A detailed history of this monster is in Harriet Washington’s book, Medical Apartheid.

Sims believed that Africans were numb to pain and operated on the women without anesthesia or antiseptic. The procedures usually happened this way. 

Black female slaves who were guinea pigs would hold one subject down as Sims performed hysterectomies, tubal ligation, and other procedures to examine various female disorders.

Sims also performed a host of operations on other slave populations. The following excerpt details his “practice” on enslaved infants.

Sims began to exercise his freedom to experiment on his captives. He took custody of slave infants and, with a shoemaker’s awl, tried to pry the bones of their skulls into proper alignment.


makes me want to puke.

dear fucking god..

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To celebrate Afro-indian culture within East Africa.

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This is Africa, our Africa

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Likepvs cē: Archaeologists discover lost language

alexdallymacfarlane:

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Evidence for a forgotten ancient language which dates back more than 2,500 years, to the time of the Assyrian Empire, has been found by archaeologists working in Turkey.

Researchers working at Ziyaret Tepe, the probable site of the…

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The Justice Department finally sued Sheriff Joe "Bag of Dicks" Arpaio for violating the civil rights of Latino Arizonans.

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