The nappy haired chick with the Tuskegee alumni plates. She always talking about being from Compton and shit.
Whenever I leave Teach for America events I always think about my childhood. It’s so weird hearing them talk about a community that’s similar to where your from the way they do. They throw around terms like low income and title I and talk so depressingly but that’s not how I feel about where I grew up at all. I had MORE than enough growing up and didn’t know circumstances weren’t the norm until now. It’s crazy to hear what ppl on the other side have to say about a place you once called home.
November is American Indian Heritage month. Did you know that there are at least 562 federally recognized tribal nations in the U.S.?
Matika Wilbur is attempting to photograph every one. Wilbur, of the Swinomish and Tulalip in Washington State, sold everything she owns to travel the nation taking portraits of her people. She calls the series Project 562 and aims to debunk myths about American Indian culture. “I’m not a Halloween costume. I hope to encourage a new conversation of sharing and to help us move beyond the stereotypes.”
"We are still here," she says. "We remain."
That man you see there, he is a 92 year old veteran from Norway, who was tortured by the nazis during world war II.
The upper picture is the picture of the “BOY London” logo, that’s so popular now days.
Then, on the picture under, is a known symbol that were used under by the nazis in World War II.
Now you can all think of what you’re really wearing.
finally someone made a post about it, everyone’s running around with the Third Reich Eagle on their chests
think about it
yes make it known. nobody ever talks about it.
Madam C.J. Walker and several friends in her automobile.
She was the first woman in America to become a millionaire by her own endeavors, as well as the first African American millionaire.
Like a BOSS!
First I park my car…
Then I part yo hair…
"Why am I not allowed to call myself a ‘Person of Color?’ Isn’t ‘white’ a color?"