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Happy Birthday to one of the GREATEST artist who grace the planet with his talents #MichaelJackson #MJ


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Talib Kweli destroys Don Lemon over CNN’s coverage of Ferguson — live on CNN

YASSSSSSSS

Talib, the new black slayer

I cant stand Don Lemon bruh

LMFAO TALIB IS MY #PROBLEMATIC FAV LIKE YES GET BROOKLYN ON EM

Learning about yourself is the best education you can ever get before anything else,

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Happy Birthday to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson (28/08/1958)

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I’d rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not.
Kurt Cobain (via kushandwizdom)
Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (via kushandwizdom)

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Never ending cycle that needs to be broken. #MisdirectedAggression #Misogynoir

Black power is for black men. 

im glad someone said it

this is a strawman argument that NEEDS to be broken and dismantled. Absolute fallacy.  

This is the same tactic Gloria Steinem used when she created Black Feminism forty years ago. “Black men don’t care about Black women so why should you care about them period.”

Nah sahn we are not about to repeat this cycle. 

That’s not what she is trying to do. She is simply summing up her perception of things. I agree with her 50 percent but I also know that there are black men out there that still love us.

From her own text, she is making a generalized statement, charging Black men, in general, of at the very least neglect. 

You would not accept a generalized blanket charge against Black women 50%,40% or even 30%.  

It is equally unacceptable to let this fly as well. Because I will tell you what it is doing, it falls in line with feminist practices of making all women victims and thusly all men are the villains.  That is the conclusion of this line of thinking. Black people operating within this paradigm will continue down a road leading to Black annihilation for the most simple fact that Black men and women will not even trust each other.

This is before we even get to the point of how do you draw a correlation between protesting police brutality and murder of black men AND women to say that Black men don’t care about Black women.  It’s a statement without any logical framework, it’s an emotionally charged statement based on a strawman argument. 

Dead that shit yo. 

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