magnacarterholygrail:

deux-zero-deux:

nawyougood:

freshest-tittymilk:

tsunamiwavesurfing:

brownglucose:

regalasfuck:

eastflatbush:

Hot Nigga (Reggae Mix) - Bobby Shmurda Feat. Jah X, Junior Reid, Mavado & Popcaan

this is the most flatbush song to have ever existed in the universe

im tagging godmuva just because

Listen. I will only be playing this version now.

RASCLAAATTT

WHO SANCTIONED THIS!!!!!????? Woiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
purpbanga

hiphopandinsubordination this is what i was talking about

OH MY FUCKING GOD THIS IS SOME HOT 97 IN THE 90S DROP TYPE SHIT [REGGAE AIRHORN]

Protest is when I say I don’t like this. Resistance is when I put an end to what I don’t like. Protest is when I say I refuse to go along with this anymore. Resistance is when I make sure everybody else stops going along also

If you ask a Mexican child in the first grade ‘why the hell are you eating a taco’ he’s going to go home and ask for a peanut butter sandwich.

My professor on losing your identity as a kid (via lasfloresdemayo)

THIS is EVERYTHING THOUGH

(via iwakeupblack)

im so angry

(via tomcruisecontrol)

!!!!! Or to a black child “why is your hair like that?”

(via black—lamb)

For those who don’t know, this is exactly how I wound up not speaking my language anymore. And exactly how I lost my accent.

The kids at school made fun of me until they convinced me that because I was in America, I needed to speak like an American.

(via the-goddamazon)

(via the-goddamazon)

…Slavery was a system of “corrective violence.” Colonialism was a system of “corrective violence.” Apartheid was a system of “corrective violence.” Jim Crow was a system of “corrective violence.” Reservations are a system of “corrective violence.” Deportation and detention centers are “corrective violence.” Correctional violence is violence performed by individuals who are representatives of the state (read white men); it is used to correct the non-state sanctioned violence performed by deviant bodies. The U.S. leads the world in number of prisons in operation and of citizens incarcerated. The U.S. legal, policing, and prison systems—justice systems—are systems of “correctional violence.” Black, Brown and Native men, and oftentimes Black, Brown and Native women are always deemed the deviant bodies in need of policing and correcting…

The history of racial violence in this country necessitates attention. It requires that we connect each gunned down Black man with each—raped woman of color, beaten and harassed Trans person, Muslim person called a terrorist and stripped of their civil rights, and every U.S. deportee. Race is a thing and an issue because it has been made that way by systems of corrective violence.