They should put jlaw on suicide watch cause… Damn
Dayuuuum I just thought they stole just nude shots but they got her cumshots too?? Thas cold blooded
Was I the only one happy to see Meryl from waking dead in guardians of the galaxy?
The Move Organization is a Black Liberation group from Philadelphia started by John Africa in 1972. According to the group, the word MOVE is not an acronym. It means exactly what it says: MOVE, work, generate, be active. Their philosophy is everything that’s alive moves and If it didn’t, it would be stagnant, dead. Movement is their principle of Life. Self Defense is also one of their principles of life and On May 13, 1985 they definitely showed that. The confrontation began when police came to their house over 100 strong with guns aimed and demanded the MOVE members come outside. Still angry from the 1978 confrontation with police, which resulted in 9 MOVE members being sentenced to 30 to 100 years in prison, they refused. The police then began throwing tear gas and opening fire at the house. The MOVE house had been built as a bunker and they began shooting back. After hours of shooting, the Police called for a helicopter and dropped a BOMB on the house. Yup, you read right. The cops dropped a bomb in the middle of a neighborhood in Philly. It’s Crazy how far America will go to subdue Black people. After the bomb dropped, 65 homes were destroyed and 11 people including 5 small children were killed. As the survivors of the MOVE house began to surrender, police continued to open fire at them with automatic weapons. One of the MOVE children actually ran into a burning house to avoid being shot by police. She would later be found burned to death. There is a great documentary that was released that illustrates the constant police brutality they faced and the bombing.Today 29 years later, the MOVE 9, like many other black political prisoners, continue to sit in Prison and each year they are denied the right to parole. In a system that has always been so hell bent against us, one must wonder, When Will We Overcome?“Revolution starts with the individual. It starts with a person making a personal commitment to do what’s right. You can’t turn someone into a revolutionary by making them chant slogans or wave guns. To understand revolution, you must be sound. Revolution is not imposed upon another, it is kindled within them. A person can talk about revolution, but if they are still worshiping money, or putting drugs into their body, they obviously haven’t committed themselves to doing what’s right. Revolution is not a philosophy, it is an activity.” MOVEPost by @KingKwajo
"Miley Cyrus invented twerking."
"Twerking is so old now."
(Someone makes a post about black women being beautiful af)
”**ALL WOMEN are beautiful”
(Someone makes a relevant post about how black folks are getting killed by police all the time)
"IT’S NOT ABOUT RACE. ANYONE CAN GET KILLED BY POLICE"
"Why are you getting upset at me for wearing these extension braids?"
"Why are you getting upset about me wearing an afro wig?"
"Why can’t I wear this tribe attire?"
"Why can’t I say ‘nigga’? You guys say it all the time."
"Iggy is a better rapper than Nicki Minaj"
"OH MY GOD WHY WOULD NICKI MINAJ SHAKE HER ASS ON A VIDEO LIKE THAT"
"WHY WASN’T ONE DIRECTION AT THE BET AWARDS?!"
"LEAVE THE PAST BEHIND. SLAVERY IS OVER SO STOP PULLING THE RACE CARD."
"RACISM CAN BE TOWARDS WHITE PEOPLE TOO."
Every year or two, somebody discovers that a famous bank on Wall Street profited from slavery. This discovery is always treated as if the relationship between slavery and the American financial system were some kind of odd accident, disconnected from the present. But it was not an accident. The cotton and slave trades were the biggest businesses in antebellum America, and then as now, American finance developed its most innovative products to finance the biggest businesses.
Happy Labor Day.
I’m also a killer. I’ve killed a lot, and if I need to I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me.
Tommie Smith and John Carlos, 1968 Olympic medal winners
Photograph by Platon, originally published in The New Yorker (2011)
Today (October 16) is the anniversary of Smith and Carlos’s famous black power Olympics medal podium protest.
I may be late but this is pretty damn great.