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blueklectic:


blackgirlwhiteboylove
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black-culture:

You Don’t Sound… Black - Ousman Diallo

As Dave Chappelle put it, we can easily switch between “street vernacular” and “job interview”. It’s our prerogative and it’s a beautiful thing.

weian-fu:

allthingspunjabi:

My love for this tweet is unreal.
Also, those punjabi girls (majority of them are girls but there are guys too) who pronounce their name the “white” way just so people won’t call them a fob or weird, YOU ARE STUPID.

My doctor (I think he’s Desi but he’s definitely S. Asian) has an office full of lazy-tongued white twits who insist on not only mangling his name themselves, but act offended when others pronounce it correctly.

weian-fu:

allthingspunjabi:

My love for this tweet is unreal.

Also, those punjabi girls (majority of them are girls but there are guys too) who pronounce their name the “white” way just so people won’t call them a fob or weird, YOU ARE STUPID.

My doctor (I think he’s Desi but he’s definitely S. Asian) has an office full of lazy-tongued white twits who insist on not only mangling his name themselves, but act offended when others pronounce it correctly.

femalewrappers:

carlos-gadbois:

cultureunseen:

America is your neighborhood and whatever happens is on your watch!

You say that you are better than your Fathers, then prove it…

ENUFF SAID…..

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

vinebox:

How thugs play hopscotch 

nativeamericannews:

Native American Women Finally Gain More Protection From Rape and Abuse Thanks to VAWA
Thanks to the latest reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the U.S. government is beginning to take steps to strengthen protections for victims of domestic violence within American Indian tribes. On Thursday, the Justice Department announced that three tribes will participate in a pilot program that will allow them to prosecute non-Native­ men for abuse against Native American women, an initiative that will eventually be expanded to additional tribes.

nativeamericannews:

Native American Women Finally Gain More Protection From Rape and Abuse Thanks to VAWA

Thanks to the latest reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the U.S. government is beginning to take steps to strengthen protections for victims of domestic violence within American Indian tribes. On Thursday, the Justice Department announced that three tribes will participate in a pilot program that will allow them to prosecute non-Native­ men for abuse against Native American women, an initiative that will eventually be expanded to additional tribes.