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Ariana Brown - “Volver, Volver” (CUPSI 2014)

"I am always amazed that the ability to forget history is a choice for some people."

Awarded best poet at cupsi 2014.

hey look, it’s me again



no matter how sad I am this never fails to make me laugh


"She was laughing even as we kissed and kissed again. There is no better taste than someone else’s laughter in your mouth."


(via youngfolksociety)


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Selena totally live & unrehearsed - Selena singing ” COMO LA FLOR “- in HD/HQ - at her last time taking part on Mexicos annual, televised FIESTA ACAPULCO

This hurts my heart so much




Do you know what ” woman of color” means? It is ALL woman of color. African-american, Latino, mixed, Indian, we must all support each other…in america they look at us all the same. We are all stereotyped and discriminated against. We must empower our own communities and our children to understand that it will be up to us to secure our futures…fist raised..#mpr1m3

i really like the art work. In response to the comment I think all women of color are seen as non-white, but many women of color are seen as non-black. Women of color with straight hair, without African heritage, with light skin, are seen in contrast to blackness.



Shanesha Taylor was arrested on March 20th by the Scottsdale Police for leaving her children ages 2 and 6 months in her car while she interviewed for a job. Ms. Taylor was homeless and could not access any child care. Her desperation to provide for herself and her children and her lack of options led her to take drastic measures in search of employment. Ms. Taylor needs support & help rather than incarceration and a criminal record that will surely decrease her chances to provide for her children in the future. We ask that Maricopa County use common-sense and provide support for Ms. Taylor and her children rather than punishment.
Shanesha Taylor is still in jail pending a $9,000 bond.

Help drop the child abuse charges against Shanesha Taylor by signing this petition at Here’s the link:

Don’t just reblog, make sure to sign! 

fuck everything

"Don’t let anybody make you think that God chose America as his divine, messianic force to be a sort of policeman of the whole world."


Martin Luther King, Jr. (via whatiscapitalism)

(Some shit that white folks like to act like MLK didn’t say.)

"I’m not drunk I’m chillin"

- me when I’m drunk  (via flyingrocketsupsidedown)

(Source: joseguwop)

"If more men spoke up before, during, or after incidents of verbal, physical, or sexual abuse by their peers, they would help to create a climate where the abuse of women—emotional, physical, sexual—would be stigmatized and seen as incompatible with male group norms. That is, a man who engaged in such behavior would lose status among his male peers and forfeit the approval of older males. Ultimately, this would cause a shift in male culture such that some men’s sexist abuse of women and girls would be regarded—by other men—not only as distasteful but as utterly unacceptable. In this new climate, individuals would be strongly discouraged from acting out in abusive ways because of the anticipated negative consequences: loss of respect, friends, and status, and greater likelihood of facing both legal and non-legal sanctions. In fact, if men’s violence against women truly carried a significant stigma in male culture, it is possible that most incidents of sexist abuse would never happen. This is because contrary to popular myth, the vast majority of boys and men who assault, harass, and bully girls and women are not sociopaths. They are average guys. Many of them see the sexist treatment of women as normal."

- Jackson Katz, Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help (via mymangotree)

(Source: wretchedoftheearth)


if you don’t think there needs to be better sex ed in school let me tell you that i almost slept with a guy from my health class until he took one look at my clit and said “ew why is your pee hole swollen like that? is that herpes?”

(Source: ryden-gg)



21 badass women defying street art’s male stereotypes

Popular artists like Banksy and BNE have driven home the narrative that to be a famed street artist, you have to be initiated into an all-boys club.

But it’s 2014, and like the rest of the world, the arena of street art has transcended gender norms. These 21 talented women prove girls can paint too, and not just with oils on easels.

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