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LABOR DAY WEEKEND

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LABOR DAY WEEKEND

thaunderground:

safiupendo:

cumprise:

bile7:

bile7:

What I do?

When that baby walks away with her hand in the air sayin “OKAY” is me

this is meeee

I can’t lmao. Her facial expressions kill me.

she went from a 4 year old to 40 in 2 seconds

(Source: betterthankanyebitch, via thesoftghetto)

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

all yall keep callin katt williams crazy but he the only one been makin sense for a long damn time

All the sense.

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celestialteez:

This was up today at my college
#HandsUp #OurLivesMatter

Dope.

Philadelphia may be the City of Brotherly Love — but as these pictures show, we could all use a little more of that in our lives.

Last Saturday, a group of artists decided to stage a silent protest in front of the LOVE statue, an iconic Philly landmark. The group seized on what was perhaps the most gruesome detail from Michael Brown’s shooting death in Missouri: the fact that his body was left uncovered on the street in broad daylight for hours.

So Keith Wallace, an MFA acting student at the University of California and Philadelphia native, decided to pose as a dead body. Covered with blood, bullet holes and even police caution tape, Wallace lied down and stayed absolutely still for an hour right in front of one of the busiest tourist attractions in the city.And what he experienced was shocking. While some people realized that the display was an act of protest and were moved by it, others were occupied by a more immediate concern: getting their photo-op.

"There was an older white couple that wanted to take a picture in front of the LOVE statue," Lee Edward Colston, one of the protesters and a Juilliard theater student, told Philadelphia Magazine. "The older white gentleman said, ‘Why do they have to shove their politics down our throats?’ The woman replied, ‘They’re black kids, honey. They don’t have anything better to do.’"

And even those who thought Wallace was a legitimate dead body didn’t want to miss out on the picture.

"There was one group of white guys who wanted to take a picture in front of the statue, but one of the guys in the group couldn’t take his eyes off of Keith’s body,’" Colston added. "His friends were trying to convince him to get in the picture. He told his friends, ‘Something about this doesn’t feel right, guys. I don’t think we should.’ One of his friends replied, ‘Dude, come on … he’s already dead.’ Then they all laughed."

The sight of a dead black man riddled with bullet holes was treated as a mere nuisance by these photo-hungry tourists, who had all apparently missed the irony of the statue behind them. “My body lay at their feet, and the statue was above all our heads. So you can still have your picture and choose to ignore the ugliness that was literally right at your feet,” Wallace told ThinkProgress.

(Source: woahdarren)

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Michael Brown is laid to rest. 

journolist:

When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 

Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson. 

H/T to @daviddtss 

thechanelmuse:

1000 roses on Canfield, the area which Mike Brown was murdered.

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titytwochainz:

you really a bitch if you let the microwave hit zeros while your family is asleep you disrespectful bitch

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