Abraham Drinkin'

ireblogblackgirls:

ireblogblackgirls:

"My name is Jamal Tucker. Me and a few friends of mine are trying to put together a Tear Gas Treatment unit and support aid for protestors. Me and my friends are a combination of  Emergency Medical Technician and student nurses wanting to treat tear gas victims becasue of the heath risk they can casue and potentially kill individuals. We also want to set up a workshop to show people the proper way to treat victims, and the possible side effects that could happen becasue of being gassed. We are asking for money to buy supplys like  disposible gas mask to distribute, cases of water, sanatation products for the chemicals on the skin. We have already for some to provide us with extra shirts for victims but we need help with the remainder of the cost as we are college students. Please spread the word and help us with anything you can."

gofundme.com/f93bk0

EVERY ON PLEASE SUPPORT THIS CAUSE

black-culture
"oh my god, you’re seriously going to pay college kids $15 an hour to flip burgers? get a real job!"

scenicroutes:

a real job? you mean, like, an internship at the white house?

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okay, well what about the national democratic party?

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what about interning at the united nations?

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wow damn it’s almost like our economy functions on stealing labour from hardworking young people, regardless of whether their jobs are “real” or not

Hey, here’s a good comic about male entitlement

sapphrikah:

lavenderlabia:

femmefrustration:

derseking:

femmefrustration:

mgodp:

femmefrustration:

word-riot:

This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve come across in a long time.

I understand the daily hardships that so many people have in a world ruled by white males.

I understand that sometimes this can make it feel as if all white males are the enemy (especially for those who fight for equality).

But posts like this need to stop.

You are not advancing anybodies rights.

You are not promoting anybody’s equality.

This is not activism.

This is hate-mongering.

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Thanks for the contribution :)

I’ve lost track, am I even allowed an opinion these days? Whatever. How about this radical idea: Let’s treat each other equally, and then we’ll all be equal? All this mindless mud-slinging achieves nothing and only serves to demonstrate how true objectives of those involved (notably NOT equality).

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You guys are good at this! :)

This isn’t okay and you need to fuckin stop.

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This is so beautiful it brings a tear to my eye. 


you automatically turn gay if you drink this
you automatically turn gay if you drink this

"I had always believed that I could do anything, and when you’re in school you can do anything. You can play any role, you can play any age, because that’s what you do at school. But the realization that they really didn’t make movies or TV shows about black women… I suddenly panicked. I just had this panic like ‘Oh my god, I spent all this time to do this thing that the industry is not set up for me to succeed in this thing.’ So I freaked out. I freaked out." - Tracie Thoms: Life After Juilliard

beatonna:

Ahh, more of the Miserable Father images from suffragette times. It’s a favourite old meme because imagine caring for your children?  noooooo not my childreeennnn

beatonna:

Ahh, more of the Miserable Father images from suffragette times. It’s a favourite old meme because imagine caring for your children?  noooooo not my childreeennnn

emermedtech:

Fine discharge instructions

emermedtech:

Fine discharge instructions

breadmaakesyoufat:

dearcosima:

are you from tennessee? because you’re the only

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DELETE YOUR BLOG.

pragtergeist:

micdotcom:

Heartwarming Kickstarter raises $22K to make clothes for people with Down syndrome 

Downs Designs produces jeans, capri pants and shirts for individuals with Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that leaves patients with developmental delays and intellectual disability. Patients with Down syndrome are physically built differently than other people, and as a result often lack access to well-fitting clothes, furthering negative perceptions of people who have the disorder and increasing the condition’s social stigma.

Why clothing options are so limited | Follow micdotcom

This is so cool!