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Elisha Jade
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xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook

24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE

Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook.

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cuntyhunty-y:

Nichelle Nichols, 81. Y’all better know something about black women!!!

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hologramic:

Lakshmi Menon and Kamal Sidhu by Prabuddha Dasgupta for Vogue India October 2007

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thelastblackspartan:

coven-of-the-articulate:

I’ve seen a lot of fan art and this is one of the best sets I’ve seen :O 

Words. Can. Not. Describe.

Fuck yea

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thanoblesavage:

More success stories.
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fatigacronica:

Gypsyy Suicide looking smoking hot

These are very tasteful, I appreciate these pictures for existing

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stonecoldpapi:

bruh…
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vicemag:

Everyone’s Tweeting Photos of Police Brutality Thanks to the NYPD’s Failed Hashtag 

Twitter is a cool website where you can type any old thing into a box and senpecid it out into the ether for the entire internet to read. Some people use it to joke around, some people use it to be like, “HEY INJUSTICE IS HAPPENING, WHOA #GETINVOLVED” and some people use it in order to roleplay as characters from Sonic the Hedgehog. It’s a lot of fun, especially if you like heated arguments with total strangers. 

Large institutions like corporations and government agencies use Twitter too, usually pretty badly. “Hey, we’re a pizza company, send us pictures of you eating our pizza and hashtag them #pizzapics” is an example of a typical lousy tweet from one of these accounts. Generally institutions try to drum up something vague called “social engagement”—basically they want to get people tweeting good stuff about them so other people see those tweets and, I guess, come to think good thoughts about the institution who started the engagement campaign. The New York Police Department was probably thinking they could do one of those social engagement thingies when they launched the hashtag #MyNYPD with this tweet:

What the person running the Twitter account probably failed to realize is that most people’s interactions with the cops fall into a few categories:

1. You are talking to them to get help after you or someone you knew was robbed, beaten, murdered, or sexually assaulted.

2. You are getting arrested. 

3. You are getting beaten by the police.

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