People who say “happy eid mubarak”… What kinda chai tea teas??

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what if my friends dont think im fast enough


what if my friends dont think im fast enough

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Latasha Harlins and Trayvon Martin were both killed by non-black people of color due to antiblackness.

Don’t demand or even politely ask for “solidarity” from Black people, if you unwilling to call out and confront the antiblackness in your respective communities.  

all day long.

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an operatic setting of “In Cold Blood” using Rouse’s “counterpoetry”. a fav


Eid Mubarak to all the Ethiopian Muslims who made it through another Ramadan in a nation state that criminalizes their existence and actively seeks to tarnish their holy month with its violence, to all the Eritrean Muslims whose bodies suffer the consequences of the USA’s inhumane sanctions against a government whose corruption is not their fault, to all the Somali Muslims whose prayers are sometimes drowned out by drone strikes.

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do people say “bad neighborhood” for cities next to all-white high schools where the boys are getting high every day and raping girls? do they even say “bad neighborhood” for cities with large kkk meetings? or is bad neighborhood a strictly anti-black code?


The saying, “there goes the neighborhood” originated about black folks moving in.

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One in three adults wishes Britain still had an empire


What kind of fuckery is this?

Ahhh, white people who love imperialism, colonialism, forcing the Bible and the English language down everyone’s throats! Banning local cultures, traditions, languages, and religious customs. Banning homosexuality and imposing racist, sexist, patriarchal, homophobic Victorian ideals down brown + black people’s throats! Lovely.

Seriously, the whitewashing of history in school is NO joke. No wonder many people are woefully ignorant.

this is why i dont like the british. the british kids i knew when i studied overseas still had plenty of imperial aspirations.

If I’m reading this right, most people don’t believe empire was good but are still proud of it? This is too vague for me to draw anything from. What kind of pride? I know desis who are proud that the British considered them “martial castes”; is that a kind of pride in Empire?

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Don’t date guys like me. They’ll be a disappointment.

That’s it. That’s the whole warning. Goodbye now.

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