fyeahcracker:

white people: don’t blame us for our ancestors! i’m not responsible for those white people or what they did just because we’re the same color!

same white people: look at all these inventions you poc wouldn’t have without white people! i didn’t invent any of it but i’ma take responsibility for these ancestors just based on being the same skin color!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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zaynisfake:

It’s time to delete

fyeahdrake:

drizzydrehk:

Never forget

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cosmicblackqueer:

Laverne Cox shoots for Luke Fontana

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tearthatcherryout:

She loves to get on, she loves to get 2 on…

If America was serious about fixing the troubled parts of its education system, then we would be having a fundamentally different conversation.
We wouldn’t be talking about budget austerity — we would be talking about raising public revenues to fund special tutoring, child care, basic health programs and other so-called wraparound services at low-income schools.
We wouldn’t only be looking to make sure that schools in high-poverty districts finally receive the same amount of public money as schools in wealthy neighborhoods — we would make sure high-poverty districts actually receive more funds than rich districts because combating poverty is such a resource-intensive endeavor.
More broadly, we wouldn’t be discussing cuts to social safety net programs — we would instead be working to expand those programs and, further, to challenge both parties’ anti-tax, anti-regulation, pro-austerity agenda that has increased poverty and economic inequality.
In short, if we were serious about education, then our education discussion wouldn’t be focused on demonizing teachers and coming up with radical schemes to undermine traditional public schools. It would instead be focused on mounting a new war on poverty and thus directly addressing the biggest education problem of all.

Poverty is America’s #1 Education Problem

http://www.alternet.org/education/poverty-americas-1-education-problem?paging=off&current_page=1#bookmark

It’s time to get real about this. 

(via weareteachers)

gandwarf:

i love grandmas so much

from Teta, Alf Marra directed by Mahmoud Kaabour

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Tidiou M’Baye, COS FALL/WINTER 2014 AD CAMPAIGN

awross:

What Color is Love?

Photo by Abby Ross

Model :  Jodie Smith

Stylist:  Meghan Sebold

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