1. (Source: virginitay, via lindybot)

  2. Actual things that should be done with plantations


    -burn them all to the ground

    - sacred museums telling the actual history of slavery not glorifying the lives of slave owners

    -genetic testing/ ancestry mapping sites for Black Americans 

    (via cosimad)

  3. thefrogman:

    Lunar Baboon [website | twitter]

    [h/t: pleatedjeans]

  4. kevintumbles:

Last Hurrah dream guest.
  5. Students of color are allowed to enter the classroom but never on an equal footing. When they walk in, they are subject to the same racial stereotypes and expectations that exist in the larger society. Students of color do not have the advantage of walking into a classroom as individuals; they walk in as black, brown, [yellow] or red persons with all the connotations such racialization raises in the classroom. They do not walk into a classroom where the curriculum embraces their histories. They walk into a classroom where their histories and cultures are distorted, where they feel confused about their own identities, vulnerabilities, and oppressions. There is no level of liberal reforms that can alter these experiences for students of color without directly challenging the larger systems in society.
    Critical Race Theory Matters: Education and Ideology | Margaret Zamudio, Caskey Russell, Francisco Rios & Jacquelyn Bridgeman (via sinidentidades)

    (via cosimad)

  6. Loving people doesn’t save them.

    Mommy (2014) dir. Xavier Dolan

    (Source: cyberqueer, via cinemaoftheworld)

  7. ladiesagainsthumanity:


    via @sethdmichaels

    (Source: ihopeyoulikeblackberries, via fishingboatproceeds)

  8. westsidemovie:

    Dog Day Afternoon (1975)


    (via ericrohmer)

  9. Fargo (USA - UK, 1995)

    (Source: in-love-with-movies, via robertdeniro)