Idk I still feel like Spinner, Paige, Marco, Ellie and Craig should have been in that ‘No New Friends’ music video with Jimmy, I mean Drake.

quantum-level:

that skin..

(Source: flashinglghts)

Black women.

We are strong yet fragile.

thechanelmuse:

50 Years Ago Today

Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech, one of the most acclaimed speeches in U.S. history, at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on Aug. 28, 1963.

svckmyblog:

real shit

svckmyblog:

real shit

When I used to draw, until life happened.

When I used to draw, until life happened.

youngblackandvegan:

i’ve been eating like shit and haven’t been to the gym in a month

but this extra jiggle got tha booty lookin right sooooooooooooooo

im good

Gyal! If this ain’t me right now then idk.

Allah, can you hear me?

“It is okay to be at a place of struggle. Struggle is just another word for growth. Even the most evolved beings find themselves in a place of struggle now and then. In fact, struggle is a sure sign to them that they are expanding; it is their indication of real and important progress. The only one who doesn’t struggle is the one who doesn’t grow. So if you are struggling right now, see it as a terrific sign — celebrate your struggle.”
Neale Donald Walsch (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
visionarysgold:

Michael Jackson with Eric B. & Rakim Allah

visionarysgold:

Michael Jackson with Eric B. & Rakim Allah

Hip Hop is the Rhythm in your Heart.

“I am obsessed with becoming a woman comfortable in her skin.”
Sandra Cisneros (via naisae)

(Source: notnai)

“If Black people knew their glorious history they’d be more inclined to respect themselves”

Marcus Garvey (via afrikan-mapambano)

 Imagine if  Martin Luther King Jr.’s death stirred more than marches. If Malcom X’s assassination opened more than a dialogue. Imagine a world that was full of black people with high self esteem and high goals. Imagine that they were connected with their African heritage and refuse to accept less than they deserved. Black people that refused to accept that affirmative action and higher education grants are enough. Black people that respect themselves and their ancestors too much to allow  the government to deny that oppression does not exist today . Black people who will speak out against schools that white wash their history and teach their children that discrimination does not exist. Black people that raised critical thinkers who will push past injustice and achieve their dreams. Black people that love themselves no matter what their shade. Black people who will continue to fight for civil rights out of respect for their glorious history

(via elementalliving)