Ascension Seeker Human Experience

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momo33me:

Thousands gathered outside Eu offices in Dublin protesting against the massacre in Gaza. July 26, 2014.

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You might as well be dead. Seriously, if you always put limits on what you can do, physically or anything else, it’ll spread over into the rest of your life. It’ll spread into your work, into your morality, into your entire being. There are no limits. There are plateaus, but you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. If it kills you, it kills you. A man must constantly exceed his level.
Bruce Lee (via nirvikalpa)

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sindromedistendhal:

When “the way” prevails, the world is harmonious, equal and just.

sindromedistendhal:

When “the way” prevails, the world is harmonious, equal and just.

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EPIC

EPIC

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trinidadblossom:

Yes this Queen!! love love her …she’s like what? 41 years and still gorgeous
Wendy Fitzwilliam- Trinidad Carnival 2k14

trinidadblossom:

Yes this Queen!! love love her …she’s like what? 41 years and still gorgeous

Wendy Fitzwilliam- Trinidad Carnival 2k14

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wasiawasia:

I’m sure we’ve met in another life..

wasiawasia:

I’m sure we’ve met in another life..

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dynamicafrica:

DOCUMENTARY: “The Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords.”
In a world where segregation was back both by laws and social attitudes, it’s not surprise that the mainstream press in the United States served as a reflection of these ills.
Knowing firsthand the impact of words and images as weapons against their welfare, black people in the United States knew that left in the hands of racist publications, their representation, history, culture and identities would forever be at stake. Starting with communities and individuals of free black people in the 1800s, to the birth of more contemporary publications like Ebony, the power of images and the written word of black people by black people, and in the interests of black people, has always been an act of self-preservation.
This documentary brings to light a powerful and engaging account of American history that has been virtually forgotten: the story of the pioneering black newspapermen and women who gave voice to black America. 
Watch it here.
FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | PINTEREST | BLOG

dynamicafrica:

DOCUMENTARY: “The Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords.”

In a world where segregation was back both by laws and social attitudes, it’s not surprise that the mainstream press in the United States served as a reflection of these ills.

Knowing firsthand the impact of words and images as weapons against their welfare, black people in the United States knew that left in the hands of racist publications, their representation, history, culture and identities would forever be at stake. Starting with communities and individuals of free black people in the 1800s, to the birth of more contemporary publications like Ebony, the power of images and the written word of black people by black people, and in the interests of black people, has always been an act of self-preservation.

This documentary brings to light a powerful and engaging account of American history that has been virtually forgotten: the story of the pioneering black newspapermen and women who gave voice to black America. 

Watch it here.

FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | PINTEREST | BLOG

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18-15n-77-30w:

sancophaleague:

Brah, it’s hard to defend our image when some dudes say dumbest, most ignorant, Rapper-DickRiding, hateful stuff about Black Women. We on the come up and Yall ruining it for us. 

Black Men we gotta check and educate our Homies/Brothers and even strangers on this behavior. Black Women are not the enemy. DON’T ENGAGE IN GENDER WARS EVEN IF THEY TRY TO PULL YOU IN. 

How can you as a Man blame a Woman for all your problems? Only weak men do shit like that. Stand up. 

Peace! 

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#sancophaleague

Str8

18-15n-77-30w:

sancophaleague:

Brah, it’s hard to defend our image when some dudes say dumbest, most ignorant, Rapper-DickRiding, hateful stuff about Black Women. We on the come up and Yall ruining it for us. 

Black Men we gotta check and educate our Homies/Brothers and even strangers on this behavior. Black Women are not the enemy. DON’T ENGAGE IN GENDER WARS EVEN IF THEY TRY TO PULL YOU IN. 
How can you as a Man blame a Woman for all your problems? Only weak men do shit like that. Stand up. 
Peace! 
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#sancophaleague
Str8

marxism-leninism-maoism:

I had a go at some agit-prop of my own. It is intentionally divisive and confrontational. Sometimes it is good to be so. There is no room for nationalism or allegiance or apologism of any sort for the people of the imperialist nations, especially within leftism. Let’s see who starts objecting to this, shall we?

Yes, I live in the United Kingdom.

I could have added a huge number of new sections, and continued expanding the current ones, but at some point I had to stop. It is too terrible to capture in its entirety.

Sources:

Source, not subject to tumblr compression: alyx.io - Hate the United Kingdom

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To the white, privileged, the well-intentioned liberals who have studied us, slept with us, and sympathized with our struggle, and to the with-it pop academics who lived in the hood or built houses in Haiti because you know us, love us, worked and fought on our behalf, know this: All that affords you no rights and no access to this. I deeply appreciate your sympathetic, possessive, or loving service, but you cannot have this. Nope, not this, not now, not ever.

You cannot have our cool-ass Black style.

You cannot determine its existence. You cannot define it. You cannot be the primary source of the validation of its creation, nor give the expert explanation to penetrate the collective cultural imagination. You can’t have credit for discovering its brilliance, because if you do, it ain’t cool no more, ya dig? White cold examination kills Black cool.
Michaela angela Davis, “Resistance” (via sociolab)

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To the white, privileged, the well-intentioned liberals who have studied us, slept with us, and sympathized with our struggle, and to the with-it pop academics who lived in the hood or built houses in Haiti because you know us, love us, worked and fought on our behalf, know this: All that affords you no rights and no access to this. I deeply appreciate your sympathetic, possessive, or loving service, but you cannot have this. Nope, not this, not now, not ever.

You cannot have our cool-ass Black style.

You cannot determine its existence. You cannot define it. You cannot be the primary source of the validation of its creation, nor give the expert explanation to penetrate the collective cultural imagination. You can’t have credit for discovering its brilliance, because if you do, it ain’t cool no more, ya dig? White cold examination kills Black cool.
Michaela angela Davis, “Resistance” (via sociolab)

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'If we
were made in
his image
then call us
by our name...'
-Erykah Badu