interstellar-barbarella:

Linda Evangelista for W Magazine | September 2012

Photography by Steven Klein
Styled by Edward Enninful

Set Design: Jack Flanagan
Hair styling: Julien d’Ys
Make-up: Peter Philips for Chanel
Manicure: Bernadette Thompson

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westendblues:

please stop calling Black children who have different interests and tastes white

it’s damaging and alienating

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Mongolian girl laughing in front of her house

Mongolian girl laughing in front of her house

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astrotheology:

dear boys who hate doing girly things because of their chronic hypermasculinity: did you know that girls breathe? you should stop breathing in case your inhalations sound too feminine

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reverseracism:

pakse:

India !

Be still my heart

reverseracism:

pakse:

India !

Be still my heart

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youngblackandvegan:

postracialcomments:

truyorkbity:

She straight up killed it, Hands Down. I know her parents is beyond proud of her.

Yes boo!!!

i live

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medievalpoc:

rafi-dangelo:

Most of my future children tag is cute brown children being fabulous and clearly belonging to me in spirit, but I’m making an exception for this tweet because if I don’t raise my kids to give that exact same response, then I have failed as a parent.
Who is this woman and can I send her a thank-you gift basket and a Black Parenting Award?  This is why it is imperative that we teach our children real history outside of textbooks constructed by, written for, and approved by white men whose re-telling of history conveniently glosses over atrocities and minimizes suffering.
"bold new idea"
I want to go to that school and set fire to every history book in the building.

Calling the enslavement of millions of people a “bold new idea” is pretty immoral itself, if you ask me.
In case anyone needs more context for why these students in Colorado are fighting for their AP History courses…
Because students and educators in Arizona have already had their entire Ethnic studies curriculum outlawed, and have tried to gather these marginalized histories into underground libraries…
In Texas in 2010, textbooks that are currently used all over the U.S. and even some districts in Canada were given a conservative “makeover” by elected officials to the outrage of historians...
This is happening all over the United States, and I hope people are paying attention. We are tired of seeing our histories erased.

medievalpoc:

rafi-dangelo:

Most of my future children tag is cute brown children being fabulous and clearly belonging to me in spirit, but I’m making an exception for this tweet because if I don’t raise my kids to give that exact same response, then I have failed as a parent.

Who is this woman and can I send her a thank-you gift basket and a Black Parenting Award?  This is why it is imperative that we teach our children real history outside of textbooks constructed by, written for, and approved by white men whose re-telling of history conveniently glosses over atrocities and minimizes suffering.

"bold new idea"

I want to go to that school and set fire to every history book in the building.

Calling the enslavement of millions of people a “bold new idea” is pretty immoral itself, if you ask me.

In case anyone needs more context for why these students in Colorado are fighting for their AP History courses

Because students and educators in Arizona have already had their entire Ethnic studies curriculum outlawed, and have tried to gather these marginalized histories into underground libraries

In Texas in 2010, textbooks that are currently used all over the U.S. and even some districts in Canada were given a conservative “makeover” by elected officials to the outrage of historians...

This is happening all over the United States, and I hope people are paying attention. We are tired of seeing our histories erased.


argea:

letswakeupworld:

Ani Akhter, a fourth grader, stands in front of her work on a blackboard during a geometry class at a school in Balikandi, Bangladesh.

:)

argea:

letswakeupworld:

Ani Akhter, a fourth grader, stands in front of her work on a blackboard during a geometry class at a school in Balikandi, Bangladesh.

:)

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provocatoria:

polynesianss:

Cute Samoan kids 

OHMAHGAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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