because I woke up early.

tpmmedia:

The editors of The Boston Herald issued an apology of sorts Wednesday, saying they “sincerely regret if we inadvertently offended anyone” with a political cartoon that trafficked in racial stereotypes.
More on the “sorry if” at TPM.

tpmmedia:

The editors of The Boston Herald issued an apology of sorts Wednesday, saying they “sincerely regret if we inadvertently offended anyone” with a political cartoon that trafficked in racial stereotypes.

More on the “sorry if” at TPM.

divalocity:

The Best of the October Issues: Kelela for VOGUE OCT 2014

divalocity:

The Best of the October Issues: Kelela for VOGUE OCT 2014

yagazieemezi:

Folasade: 1953 Pop-up Shop

You were first introduced to Folasade through our interview with her for How I Wear My Crown where we talked about her store and mission to preserve her father’s memory.

Serving as the creative director for her own wares, Folasade brings to us this fantastic look book showcasing some of her handmade designs. Shot by Brooklyn-based photographer Dex R. Jones, popular for his breath-taking work with black bodies.

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

tpmmedia:

CC: Tim Tebow

kemmuhammad:

@LouisFarrakhan: It is alright for us to march against injustice, but the time may soon come, or maybe has come, for us to retaliate for injustice.

mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Protesters are angry about these strange negotiations to release protesters. What kind of practice is this?

September 28th

What the fuck

pbstv:

Explore the many issues that have been brought into public discourse in the wake of Michael Brown’s death in AMERICA AFTER FERGUSON. Airs Friday, September 26 at 8/7c. Tweet using #AfterFergusonPBS 
Moderated by PBS newshour’s Gwen Ifill, the town hall discussion includes national leaders and prominent thinkers in the areas of law enforcement, race and civil rights, as well as government officials, faith leaders and youth. 
Watch a preview. 

pbstv:

Explore the many issues that have been brought into public discourse in the wake of Michael Brown’s death in AMERICA AFTER FERGUSON. Airs Friday, September 26 at 8/7c. Tweet using #AfterFergusonPBS 

Moderated by PBS newshour’s Gwen Ifill, the town hall discussion includes national leaders and prominent thinkers in the areas of law enforcement, race and civil rights, as well as government officials, faith leaders and youth. 

Watch a preview. 

heavensigh:

thefinestbitches:

Joia John

She looks so unimpressed with what you got going on….I love it

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