1. Anonymous said: Is it racist that a white, 20 year old unarmed kid was shot by a black cop on Monday, Aug 18, 3 days ago and its no where in the news? Oh wait, it happens all the time, its just not newsworthy. Sucks to be white.



    Dear Racists: I know you’re going to to be trotting this out in the next few days claiming that this shows how white people are just as badly treated as black people in the US (though, of course, the idea that “it happens all the time” to white people is, of course, a ridiculous and disgusting lie).

    But guess what, fuckheads, as usual, you’re wrong as fuck. The reason this tragedy isn’t national news is because, surprise surprise, a similar (ish) shooting of a white teenager by a black cop is being handled by the authorities completely differently! That’s right, you dumbfucks, this officer is being immediately and vigorously investigated, the officer’s name was released, the victim wasn’t denied medical care, nor was his body left on the street for hours. It’s almost like, we treat black and white people differently in our justice system! And if you want to argue that the fucking Salt Lake City PD (oh shit, was I able to read about this case in the NATIONAL NEWS?!?!?! ) is racist against white people, you are fucking out of your mind.

    So, nice try, you asshole, I know you were salivating over finding a case to compare this to Mike Brown, but, even with this timing, you’re not even fucking close to proving your racist “point.”


  2. sonofbaldwin:




    A police officer in Georgia admits to kicking an African-American woman in the stomach while she was 9 months pregnant. No charges were filed against the officer.

    Raven Dozier was 9 months pregnant when Dekalb County police officer Jared Wheeler kicked her in the stomach with his boots. She was forced to get a c-section. Thankfully, the baby survived. In an “internal investigation” Dekalb County police found that officer Wheeler did nothing wrong and followed police procedure.

    And he’s completely unapologetic about it as well and no justice was served. People need to realize that police brutality is literally a daily reality for black people and that it affects black women as well.

    Because police violence against black women, black queer people, and black disabled people doesn’t get as much press, attention, or community support, I want to remind us of the case of Raven Dozier.

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  3. Come out and march with us tomorrow DC.. My. Vernon Square to Chinatown.. #Ferguson #DC #DMV #MikeBrown #MichaelBrown #Activism #March

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  6. khenti-renaissance:

    Jasiri X Drops New Song For Police Brutality Victims – 212

    Rapper Jasiri X just dropped a new track that addresses the inferno of hate and murderous police activity in the USA.

    When ever anything tragic happens in the African American community, many look to activist Jasiri X to make a song that either makes sense of the situation for them or putw their own feelings into verse. The recent mowing down of unarmed teenager Mike Brown was no exception to this rule.

    Says Jasiri,

    “I never really wanted the role of Hip-Hop artist that speaks when something tragic happens in our community, but I guess it is what it is. I got so many calls, tweets, and texts from folks asking me to say something so here it is. It’s raw and angry because that’s how I feel about more Black death unjustly at the hands of the police. For Michael Brown, Eric Garner, John Crawford, and Ezell Ford, I hope your lives are not in vain, and God brings your families peace. For my community, this won’t stop until we stop it, and the first step is unity. I called this song 212 degrees because that’s the boiling point. The lid is about to blow off this whole masquerade.”

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  8. beautiesofafrique:

    Ethiopia, 1930s

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  9. Black people be like



    "Im 5 mins away"


    2 hours later: my mama said i can’t come.

  10. kinghijabpin:

    I’m looking for different perspectives though, thoughts?

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  11. kinghijabpin:

    cmon yall.. we can’t settle anymore

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  12. "My ancestors did not die for my right to choose between evil."
    — Never Will I Choose Between A Lesser of 2 Evils -KingHijabPin (via kinghijabpin)

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  13. repost from @yayabeybay | Let’s make moves y’all! This SATURDAY and on! | #DMV #DC #MD #VA #Ferguson #MikeBrown #MichaelBrown #Freedom #Justice #Equality #Protest #March #NBUF @blackunitedfront

  14. kinghijabpin:

    Recently did a poem for HIV/AIDS awareness, check it out!

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