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Notbae says my food looks like baby food.
lol whatever
It tastes good and its hella affordable.

Id agree but its because your portions are so small. Im going to post my similar dishes

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redsevensunn said: Have you ever saw a baby pigeon in person?


Nobody has. Pigeons are birthed from sorcery and, once conjured, appear full grown from the get go.

And yes, Mike Tyson is the one that does the conjuring.

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thetrillestqueen replied to your post “Ive got to get out of NY. Everybody here has a shady attitude for no…”

Go to the Caribbean.

I would but white people fucked it up. Jamaica used a be a beautiful place now black people killing each other left and right. The homicide rate is worse than the US

Photo 28 Aug 173 notes There is a difference lol

There is a difference lol

via I'm Taurus.
Video 28 Aug 93,150 notes


Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.



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And there it is. A nearly all-white crowd chanting to a nearly all-black crowd, “Shoot! Shoot! Shoot!” Contemporary racism encapsulated by an attempt to package it as support for the police, exposed by calls to shoot black men.

There are no words.
Link 28 Aug 263 notes Woman Working Four Part-Time Jobs Dies in Car While Trying to Nap»


But the poor are poor because they want to be, right?

Four jobs. Let that sink in.

Photo 28 Aug 100 notes true2myroots:

Just because we have the same skin, that doesn’t mean we’re fighting the same struggle.


Just because we have the same skin, that doesn’t mean we’re fighting the same struggle.

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Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop

Afrikan culture and african civilization. Cheik anta diop explains the origin of humanity.

Cheikh Anta Diop (29 December 1923 - 7 February 1986) was a historian, anthropologist, physicist,and politician who studied the human race’s origins and pre-colonial African culture.


(Source: fyeahblackhistory)

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We cannot advance or appropriately defend our interests and lives as an Afrikan people if we place the fate of our community in the hands of the educational establishments of our oppressors and enemies, and in the hands of those Afrikans educated in them. Afrikan peoples and Afrikan leaders should be the recipients of an Afrikan-centered education. No Afrikan should be granted leadership in the Afrikan community who has not been certified through education or experience as Afrikan-centered in consciousness, identity and orientation.

Amos N. Wilson

Blueprint for Black Power

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