1. whitepeoplesaidwhat:

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    "I think you missed the point of the show." 

    No I think every white person claiming that there should be a show called ‘whit-ish’ missed the point of the show. 

    Reblogged from: vampireteethvagina
  2. Pixar’s 22 rules to phenomenal storytelling (click in the pictures to zoom)

    Reblogged from: san-likes-ashitaka
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  4. waroncops:

    blacksupervillain:

    blacksupervillain:

    hussieologist:

    jcoleknowsbest:

    hussieologist:

    jcoleknowsbest:

    talesofthestarshipregeneration:

    darvinasafo:

    Darren Hunt of Utah

    The murder of young Black Men by police continues.

    oh for fucks SAKE

    Y’all he was shot in the back…. HE WAS SHOT IN THE BACK…

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/58409680-78/family-hunt-moss-police.html.csp

    He was carrying a sword? This mf in my geography class carried a sword to class everyday and when I expressed my discomfort it was dismissed. But this brotha was shot in the back.

    and it was a blunted sword.. couldn’t have cut anybody… but white people walking around with loaded rifles in target…

    Exactly! This is evil.

    Damn. Niggas can’t even cosplay anymore? I would love to see the cosplay community say something about this but that definitely won’t happen

    Also: this paper is edited by a clown. It should’ve been in the first fucking paragraph that this dude was cosplaying. I’m reading this shit wondering why the fuck this negro is walking down the street with a sword and obvious answer is hidden almost at the en of the article.

    This dude was cosplaying.

    He was dressed up in a costume.

    Should all black people just stay home on Halloween this year?

    Friendly reminder that the police shot a black cosplayer in the back

    waroncops.tumblr.com

    Reblogged from: darling-hooligan
  5. And now Klaus is apparently running off to go and save Sunny. In the books of course it is Violet, but I know that Hollywood prefers its female actresses to do very little.

    Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events audio commentary (via literatureloveaffair)

    My thoughts exactly!  When I was in middle school and so into the book series, that’s one of my major weaknesses to the series.  I’m soft for sibling dynamics in a story and Violet, who has definite limitations, tries so hard to protect her younger siblings.  Then to see Klaus adopt her actions in the film, where she does very little instead, really hurts.  There’s nothing wrong with Klaus being an older brother.  In the book he certainly cares and tries, but to remove most of Violet’s powerful moments has a deep and insidious consequence to it.

    Reblogged from: ilovemybuttandwontshutup
  6. tenghostdads:

local youtuber attempts to start an intellectual conversation about gender equality

    tenghostdads:

    local youtuber attempts to start an intellectual conversation about gender equality

    Reblogged from: jillianpms
  7. readcolor:

readCOLOR is a global online visual literacy project which supports and celebrates readers of color engaging with works created by authors of color.readCOLOR serves as a bridge which facilitates the visibility of authors of color in communities across the world, while allowing readers of color to become aware of the incredible abundance of literature which reflects and represents them. through such visibility, readCOLOR seeks to assist in the preservation of the many languages spoken by communities of color, promote literacy, and become an interactive literary resource which brings authors and readers of color from around the world, together.it is our hope that readCOLOR will help to remove the barriers that artists and audiences of color face in accessing one another, and ease the difficulty in finding representation in literature.readCOLOR is created and curated by a circle of creatives which include: yrsa daley-ward. desiree venn frederic. l.a. winter. tapiwa mugabe. and nayyirah waheed.participating is simple + easy.
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    readcolor:

    readCOLOR is a global online visual literacy project which supports and celebrates readers of color engaging with works created by authors of color.

    readCOLOR serves as a bridge which facilitates the visibility of authors of color in communities across the world, while allowing readers of color to become aware of the incredible abundance of literature which reflects and represents them. through such visibility, readCOLOR seeks to assist in the preservation of the many languages spoken by communities of color, promote literacy, and become an interactive literary resource which brings authors and readers of color from around the world, together.

    it is our hope that readCOLOR will help to remove the barriers that artists and audiences of color face in accessing one another, and ease the difficulty in finding representation in literature.

    readCOLOR is created and curated by a circle of creatives which include: yrsa daley-ward. desiree venn frederic. l.a. winter. tapiwa mugabe. and nayyirah waheed.



    participating is simple + easy.



    individuals

    submit photo of yourself with book. or book alone.

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    your name/age (optional | all ages welcomed)


    city or country (optional)
    title. author. language of book. genre of book.
    why this book/author?
    #ireadCOLORbecause __________. (please answer)


    book clubs

    submit photo of yourself. and/or book club. with book.

    with caption including:


    your name/age  (optional | all ages welcomed)

    city or country (optional)
    title. author. language of book. genre of book.
    why you started/joined the book club?
    why your club selected this book/author?
    #wereadCOLORbecause__________. (please answer)


    authors

    submit photo of yourself with your book. or another authors’ book. or book alone.

    with caption including:


    your name/age (age is optional)


    city or country
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    why this book/author?
    #ireadCOLORbecause _________.(answer if another authors’ book) #iwriteCOLORbecause_________. (answer if your book own)


    send submissions to ireadCOLOR@gmail.com

    submissions are subject to approval.


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    readCOLOR and share !

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  8. 90s90s90s:

    Ghost in the Shell (1995)

    Reblogged from: johjikoizumi
  9. kudipeaches:

    Why Shane Dawson Is Racist
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    • Why Blackface Is Racist
    • The History of Blackface
    • Blackface & Black Minstrelsy in Relation to Stereotypical Black Characters
    • How Blackface & Black Minstrelsy Shaped White Perceptions of Black People Today
    • Briefly Explaining Modern Blackface
    • Brief Highlights of Cultural Appropriation By White Celebrities
    • Brief Highlights of Modern Day Blackface By White People
    Reblogged from: silversundancer
  10. terezipyroope:

    "not everything has to be gay"

    not everything has to be straight either but that doesn’t stop 99% of media

    Reblogged from: anothergayshark
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  12. 
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman 07

    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman 07

    Reblogged from: vampireteethvagina
  13. Black-ish, Season 1 - Episode 1

  14. Black-ish, Season 1 - Episode 1 

  15. wolvensnothere:

    hotladypants:

    This show.

    WEARING HATS INDOORS.

    Reblogged from: roxisangel
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