sancophaleague:

At the end of the day black people built this country and have nothing to show for it…

White folks call blacks “lazy” obviously have a very short memory and insight of the history of this country.

While blacks were being tortured to give America a 400 year headstart on the rest of the world White Folks were lounging around looking at the stars and shit. Then they used the labor to build systems to insure that their descendants kept the money the made off the slaves. That old slave money that still benefit white families today in 2014.

Learn ya history. Watch Ya mouth…

Peace

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sancophaleague:

At the end of the day black people built this country and have nothing to show for it…

White folks call blacks “lazy” obviously have a very short memory and insight of the history of this country.
While blacks were being tortured to give America a 400 year headstart on the rest of the world White Folks were lounging around looking at the stars and shit. Then they used the labor to build systems to insure that their descendants kept the money the made off the slaves. That old slave money that still benefit white families today in 2014.
Learn ya history. Watch Ya mouth…
Peace
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#sancophaleague

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thebazaarbohemian:

{Meditations}….@julianaluna and I are doing Deepak Chopra and Oprah’s 21 Day Meditation Challenge on “Finding Your Flow”…We did the last one and found ourselves even more {Connected} to each other…and even more connected to the {Universe}…It’s free to join and a lot of {Queens} over @projecttribe are doing it too!!!! We Love that it’s another way for {Us} to share our thoughts and feeling as we go through this Enlightening {Experience} !!!!!! #ProjectTribe #21DayMeditations #ConnectingCreatives #SpreadPositiveLoveEnergy

thebazaarbohemian:

{Meditations}….@julianaluna and I are doing Deepak Chopra and Oprah’s 21 Day Meditation Challenge on “Finding Your Flow”…We did the last one and found ourselves even more {Connected} to each other…and even more connected to the {Universe}…It’s free to join and a lot of {Queens} over @projecttribe are doing it too!!!! We Love that it’s another way for {Us} to share our thoughts and feeling as we go through this Enlightening {Experience} !!!!!! #ProjectTribe #21DayMeditations #ConnectingCreatives #SpreadPositiveLoveEnergy

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heyfranhey:

A Guide To Salad Greens

Salad greens are a great source of vitamins, especially A, C, and K. Many are high in iron, some even have surprising amounts of calcium. Add that in with the fact that many of them contain disease-fighting phytonutrients, and it’s hard to find a reason not to go for leafy greens whenever you can.

Here’s a guide to salad greens, which includes details about different varieties of greens as well as information about selecting, storing, and serving.”

Read guide here.

Via Oh My Veggies.

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glutenmeat:

Solo stroll. oakland

glutenmeat:

Solo stroll. oakland

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CONGRATS.

Akintunde Ahmad Has A 5.0 GPA, 2100 SAT Score & Acceptance To Multiple Ivies

17-year-old student at Oakland Tech in Oakland, Calif., who achieved a 5.0 GPA and 2,100 on the SAT, has been accepted to top colleges and numerous Ivy League Universities: Brown, Chapman, Cal Poly, Cal State East Bay, Columbia, Howard, Northwestern, UCLA, USC and Yale Uni where he has received a baseball scholarship. Ahmad is leaving some people in shock at his accomplishments Ahmad describes himself as a “street dude” while admitting that his physique can be intimidating to people who are judgmental. Even his peers have underestimated him until he pulls out his cellphone to present them with images of his grades and test scores to provide proof.Ahmad has decided to narrow his choices to two schools Yale and Brown with plans of majoring in Pre-med or Pre-law.    

Well all I can say is I am proud of him and all other black young men doing well in school. I hope to hear more of him and others

He visited my college today.

Looks can be deceiving. I hope he picks the best fit for him.

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filmrevues:

Do the Right Thing (1989) - dir. Spike Lee

Do the Right Thing is a beautifully crafted film about racism, pacifism, activism, and pride. It’s an unforgettable affair with one-of-a-kind characters, terrific performances, and honesty. Spike Lee is Spike Lee because of this film. Hell, every time I see this one it gets better and better. From the opening credits during Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power” right on to the conflicting postgraphs from Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.

If documentarians were as capable of showing both sides of humanity as Lee does here, no one would watch anything else. The script is flawless. Lee’s direction is flawless. Danny Aiello, Giancarlo Esposito, John Turturro and Ossie Davis are flawless. Do the Right Thing is not only a great example of filmmaking, but its also a great example of the relevancy of art, in any medium whatsoever.

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