no good, i'm thanks
broken hymen, broken dreams
no good, i'm thanks
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It was only Wednesday tho ✌️ #birthdayweekend #26in3 #brosbeforemikewillmadeit (at The Westway)
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slangdoctor:

U ain’t eatin?
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indypendent-thinking:

Horst P. Horst 1941
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liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.
If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.
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bctheinternet:

Louis C.K. on slavery
bctheinternet:

Louis C.K. on slavery
bctheinternet:

Louis C.K. on slavery
bctheinternet:

Louis C.K. on slavery
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Birthday weekend approaches
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modelsofcolor:

For the people who wanted to see more proof.
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dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
dynamicafrica:

Kenyan artist Michael Soi upsets Chinese delegation with his art work.
Known for his highly critical socio-political art work, Kenyan artist Michael Soi has “finally drawn the wrath of the Chinese” for his various pieces depicting a less than desirable relationship between Africans - both citizens and politicians alike, and Chinese delegates and businesspeople.
According to Soi, “Four gentlemen and a lady from China walked into my studio and one of them went off about how ungrateful I was to all China is doing for Kenya…These people could not wrap their heads around the fact that I am not grateful for all the ‘good things’ China is doing to Kenya. I told them that I am an artist and therefore I cannot engage them in a political discussion.”
About the relationship with China and African leaders, Soi went on to say: “The IMF and World Bank attach a lot of conditionalities before they give out their aid,” he says. “But the Chinese are giving their money without any conditions. This is one way of abetting impunity among our leaders; that no matter how many people are killed or imprisoned China will still pour in money, money that most likely ends up in people’s pockets and which will be paid by our children in years to come.”
Read more.
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msnbc:



"From 2006 to 2012, a white police officer killed a black person at least twice a week in this country." - MHP

Melissa Harris-Perry gives a heart-wrenching tribute to the deaths of black men that have occurred at the hands of police in the past decade.