its rly important that nonbinary people know that it’s okay to like gendered things and that nonbinary people can have gendered pronouns and nonbinary people can have gendered names and if ur reading this and ur nonbinary u can be whatever the fuck u wanna be and be called whatever the fuck u wanna be called bcs u r so strong and so amazing
White people aren't the only ones who are a danger to minorities dangerous people with a disregard to human life are. Being offensive to any race regardless of any defining characteristic makes you appear ignorant. Yes there are horrible white people but there's also horrible black people horrible Hispanics and horrible people of all races. The true villains are the ones in power. The senators, representatives, judges, jury. They are the oppressors they are the ones you should be offensive to.
Yes exactly. I have never said “fuck all the white people” like do you even really pay attention to what I post. If this has to do with the food stamps post, get the fuck over it, it’s facts.
i have learned from the queen <3 u have shaped me. u have formed me. u have made me. 1.5 years + have reformed me into who i am today. i am growing. i am learning. i am receiving the marisa facey life growth treatment.
Bitch you gon call me ugly when you're fuckin BLACK? Lmaoooooo shit son you ugly by default the baby Jesus gave you some bad cards in your hand in the game of life like shit I can be pretty if I don't make faces but you'll always be a dirty jiggaboo. Go find some bleach and lemme know when you fix that nasty complexion of yours. Y'all look like a pile of dog shit.
Today is Copernicus’s 541th birthday. You may remember Copernicus as the man who said “Hey, what if the Earth went around the sun?” To which the Catholic Church replied “Hey, what if we set you on fire?”
If you don’t work towards dismantling the antiblackness and/or Islamophobia you encounter from your friends and family, don’t glorify Malcolm X.
If you think someone’s life and the impact they can have on the world is nullified after encounters with the prison industrial complex, don’t glorify Malcolm X.
If you don’t treat converts to Islam with the respect and welcoming environment which they’re so routinely deprived, don’t glorify Malcolm X.
If you entrench yourself so deeply in arbitrary respectability politics that alienates a significant portion of Black people, don’t glorify Malcolm X.
Because what I see so often is not a genuine appreciation for the man, his journey and the intricate details of his life, but an opportunistic sensationalism of pieces of his legacy, which is just a great of an injustice as outright slander.
Malcolm X was Black, an ex-con, a Muslim, a civil rights leader and one of the greatest individuals to ever walk the Earth. He was all of these things at once and each facet of his identity helped shape who he became.