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choice36c:

THIS PIC IS A CLASSIC, SOME OF THE GREATEST AND MOST TALENTED RIGHT HERE!!
America’s most known African-American athletes gather to hear Muhammad Ali (formerly Cassius Clay) give his reasons for rejecting the draft, United States, June 4, 1967.
Front row: Bill Russell, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Kareem Abdul Jabar (formerly Lew Alcindor).
Back row: Carl Stokes, Walter Beach, Bobby Mitchell, Sid Williams, Curtis McClinton, Willie Davis, Jim Shorter, and John Wooten.

choice36c:

THIS PIC IS A CLASSIC, SOME OF THE GREATEST AND MOST TALENTED RIGHT HERE!!

America’s most known African-American athletes gather to hear Muhammad Ali (formerly Cassius Clay) give his reasons for rejecting the draft, United States, June 4, 1967.

Front row: Bill Russell, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Kareem Abdul Jabar (formerly Lew Alcindor).

Back row: Carl Stokes, Walter Beach, Bobby Mitchell, Sid Williams, Curtis McClinton, Willie Davis, Jim Shorter, and John Wooten.

(via jessicaebony67)

For My Sistah(s): A Black Feminist Queer Consciousness-Raising Book List

Truuuuu!!!!

(Source: daughterofzami, via diasporadash)

thavaticanvagina:

niggasandcomputers:

g0ldenstatewarri0r:

niggasandcomputers:

This is New York for you corny white rural bloggers that think is beautiful

BET YOU SAN FRANCISCO GOT MORE HOMELESS CUHZ

The fuckin show got cancelledThe show.Is.Cancelled.

And im still crying over it

#Ironic that there’s a homeless person sleeping under an ad for the show ‘How to make it in America’

thavaticanvagina:

niggasandcomputers:

g0ldenstatewarri0r:

niggasandcomputers:

This is New York for you corny white rural bloggers that think is beautiful

BET YOU SAN FRANCISCO GOT MORE HOMELESS CUHZ

The fuckin show got cancelled
The show.
Is.
Cancelled.

And im still crying over it

#Ironic that there’s a homeless person sleeping under an ad for the show ‘How to make it in America’

(Source: thisweak)

fauchelevette:

colonialism is knowing that your ancestors died so that you could be here but knowing none of their names, or the words that died with them.

(Source: faerieclara, via anti-keiara)

blackcontemporaryart:

Artist Rodney McMillan describes his connection to the world of blues through Parliament Funkadelic. This group created a political and analytical space he focused on, as well as instilling a different relationship to the blues than the typical. For Rodney the blues is a spiritual practice, which relates to the church he built for the Blues for Smoke Exhibition.” A church is anywhere you find solace, ” and the blues is his church. 

#blackhistory #afrofuturism

(via foxxxynegrodamus)

It will be a poetry show like no other. You don’t want to miss this. #WordToEverythingILove #Ourliberation #TAKEOVER #RedRibbonArmy #EvoLNYC

It will be a poetry show like no other. You don’t want to miss this. #WordToEverythingILove #Ourliberation #TAKEOVER #RedRibbonArmy #EvoLNYC