1. pridefulvanity:

    next time someone tells you Muslim countries oppress women, let them know Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Turkey, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, and Senegal have all had female Presidents or Prime Ministers and 1/3rd of Egypt’s parliament is female but the US has yet to even have a female vice president and can’t say “vagina” when discussing female reproductive rights

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  2. blackgirlwhiteboylove:

    gradientlair:

    GIFs from Terisa Siagatonu & Rudy Francisco - “Sons” (National Poetry Slam 2013; they took 2nd place). Spoken word on rape culture. They spoke the truth!

    Yes! 

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  3. brandef:

    disciplesofmalcolm:

    Top image: Illustrates how corporate interests control the office of the president. Gerald Ford became after Nixon resigned.

    Left image on second top row: This image shows Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the left with President Richard Nixon, laughing as they bring war and destruction to Third World countries.

    Right image on second top row: Two weeks after Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew were reelected in 1972, Douglas made this photo collage.

    Image on top third row: President Richard Nixon is satirized as a royal member of the KKK while all serve their corporate masters.

    Right image on fourth top row: Israel: The Zionist puppet state of imperialism.

    U.S. imperialism and associates: West Germany, France, Israel, and Britain. Descriptions explain how these countries were deliberately made economically dependent on the U.S.

    Left image on fourth top row: Imperialists: All this proves even more clearly that U.S. imperialism is the most barbarous shameless aggressor of modern times, the main force of aggression and war, the chieftain of world reaction, the bulwark of modern colonialism, the strangler of the national liberation and independence, and the disturber of world peace.

    Image on fifth row: As explained by Malcolm X:

    “It is incorrect to classify the revolt of the Negro as simply a radical conflict of black against white or as a purely American problem. Rather, we are today seeing a global rebellion of the oppressed against the oppressor, the exploited against the exploiter.”(1)

    "You and I are living at a time when there’s a revolution going on. A worldwide revolution. It goes beyond Mississippi. It goes beyond Alabama. It goes beyond Harlem. There’s a worldwide revolution going on.

    Number one, what is it revolting against? The power structure. The American power structure? No. The French power structure? No. The English power structure? No. Then what power structure? An international Western power structure. An international power structure consisting of American interests, French interests, English interests, Belgian interests, European interests. These countries that formerly colonized the dark man formed into a giant international combine. A structure, a house that has ruled the world up until now. And in recent times there has been a revolution taking place in Asia and Africa, whacking away at the strength or at the foundation of the power structure.”(2)

    and Robert F. Williams:

    "The violence that we had in the 60’s was limited. The next time it will be unlimited because the violence in the 60’s was a struggle for human dignity and for human rights. The next struggle will be a struggle for survival and it will not just be limited to Black people or Black against white, but it will be the poor people, the masses of the people of the country, struggling for the right to live or the right to survive."(3)

    Left image on sixth row: “Don’t support the greedy; support the needy!”

    Right image on sixth row: “The recently coined term, black capitalism, is shown here in league with U.S. imperialism, revealing that both have the same exploitative practices and goals.”

    Bottom image: “I’ve lived through some hard times here in the “Land of the plenty,” with the U.S. government talking about a sale for this and a charge for that, while we the people starve!

    Images and text taken from “Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglass.”

    We stern

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  6. malformalady:

    Skeleton horse by Knot Just Rope

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  9. feministcaptainmorgan:

    Very informative. 

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  10. iamthe-smo-king:

    Smoking on that Heisenbong

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