Join me #tagafriend#100letterstotrump monday.... it's my birthday 3/27/1984 .. do it for my birthday gift. Please ... help me fight this terrorism... imagine him getting flooded with letters from us angry Americans demanding his attention? Do it for justice! Do it for the future! Do it for yourself! Tag everybody.... this is a serious matter YES YES! 💪
Look at this Neanderthal smile. She knows all she'll get a slap on the wrist or not even that. The minute she got back to the U.S she got her job back. No prison time.
This is what they think of black African lives. But some of you Haitians want to marry and integrate with these beasts.
I feel the rage and pain behind this, behind all of what's been going on. An she's not the only black woman or girl who feels any differently. Also she's completely right, I've recognized this a long, long, time ago. It's of no convenience to them, it's not their problem, it's not exploitable. This is the part of us they will refuse to recognize or have any real sincere concern about. This is one of many reasons why, I will always stand by, support, and seek the protection of my own before any other living soul on this planet. They try to win us over with this fake compassionate, insincere, unity front only to ignore our harsh realities afterwards. We have to stop being so gullible to that and put the pieces to the puzzle together; see it for what it really is and not what we want it to. That's where we deceive ourselves, when have they ever truly cared for or supported women of color? Exactly why Womanism were created; to direct more attention towards black women or WOC because they never really did or cared to. When they feel the situation is exploitable and the convenient thing to do, then that's when they rear their head's. Other than that it's 'All lives matter', dumb, deaf, and mute. In other words; fuck us. It's so transparent for me, I see right through it. An the little that does try to help sincerely doesn't make-up for the collective bunch that swears they're really about us. Find another fool to fool because I ain't having none of that. #protectblackwomen#blacklivesmatter#defendblackwomenhood#bringbackourgirls
Please keep an eye on your babies. Have them to walk in groups from the bus stop. Moms who are off work or are housewives... be at the bus stop in the morning and afternoons. If you can walk them home... do so. Network and actually talk to neighbors. The weather is warmer. Sit on the porch during the day. Keep your eyes open!!! Literally have a neighborhood watch. Watch your streets and not your phones, tablets, and televisions when you're home during the hours children are walking too and from school. Just my thoughts. #Repost @melaninuncovered
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We really have to watch everyone back now. People of indigenous, melanated origins must be protected. Regrann from @theankhlife - | RP @ray313det 7 white males followed this little girl home from her bus stop. One began an advance, but she took out her cell phone and he backed off saying "we ARE gonna get you". The attempted abduction/assault was caught on the girls home security. Her mother is beyond mad and scared. We are too.
All our MadMen in St. Louis.
Find these mofos.
Protect our girls.
"Do not let their opinions about you change who you are. You were made to fit a YOU shapes hole in this world that no one else can ever fill because YOU are the perfect fit. & don't dismiss your flaws either. They could change the world someday! 💕Nikita Gill
The whereabouts of two #AfricanAmerican#teens reported missing last week remain unknown, while yet another teen has since vanished from the #DC . area, the Metropolitan Police Department’s Twitter account showed Tuesday, March 21.
The girls — #ShaniahBoyd , 14, #ChateauPayne , 17, and #ShaniBurriss , 17— are the latest youths gone missing from the D.C. area this month, their disappearances reported a week after a series of social media posts drew attention to the 10 #Black and #Latino teens also reported missing from the district in the past two weeks.
Public outrage ensued after the teens’ disappearances failed to garner #nationalmedia attention aside from a few local news reports. Critics have since attributed the mainstream media’s deafening silence on the issue to the fact that all of the victims are Black and brown, not #blondehaired and #blueeyed . “If the #FBI can find #TomBrady ’s jersey, then they should be able to find our #missingkids ,” said Derrica Wilson, president of the @blackandmissingfdn.
Police say Boyd was last seen Saturday, March 18, at around 9:30 p.m. in the 4000 block of 6th Street in Southeast D.C. She’s described as an African-American female with a medium complexion, black hair and dark brown eyes. She stands about 5’4″ tall, weighing 140 pounds. #foodforthought#rbg#problack#blackmenrock#blackisbeautiful#blackisbeautiful#blackgirlsrock#blackexcellence
The former #EastTennesseeStateUniversity student who wore a #gorillamask and disrupted a #BlackLivesMatter protest on campus while carrying #bananas and a rope has been indicted by a grand jury.
The Associated Press reports that Assistant District Attorney Erin McArdle confirmed that Tristan Rettke of Hendersonville, Tenn., was indicted by a Washington County grand jury on two counts of civil rights intimidation and two counts of disorderly conduct and disrupting a meeting.
As previously reported on The Root, Rettke showed up to the on-campus protest wearing overalls and gorilla mask. He carried bananas, a rope and a #Confederateflag . He told Johnson City, Tenn., police that he used the items “to provoke the protesters.” Rettke reportedly dangled the bananas, tied with a rope, in people’s faces at the Sept. 28 protest.
AP reports that witnesses told the grand jury that Rettke used #racial slurs, intimidated them and made them fearful.
Patrick Denton, Rettke’s attorney, says that his client was exercising his freedom of speech and didn’t intimidate anyone. #foodforthought#rbg#problack#blackwomenrock#blackmenrock#blackisbeautiful#blackboyjoy#blackgirlsrock#blackexcellence
CHANCE THE Rapper has been named in Fortune’s 50 Greatest World Leaders.
The Grammy Award-winning star is the only rapper to be included in the list, which also features NBA superstar LeBron James and Pope Francis.
But Chance was not recognised for his abilities on the mic, the magazine described him as a “political force and anti-violence campaigner in his hometown of Chicago”.
They referenced his latest act of kindness, which saw him donate $1 million to Chicago Public Schools, after he called Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to task for what Chance called Rauner’s neglect of educational funding.
The cash will go towards arts and after-school programming – and even set off a...
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