"Black Power simply means: Look at me, I’m here. I have dignity. I have pride. I have roots. I insist, I demand that I participate in those decisions that affect my life and the lives of my children. It means that I am somebody."

— Whitney M. Young (via wordwarfare)

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Jefferson Pinder, Black Power/White Light

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Jefferson Pinder, Black Power/White Light

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"‎”Black Power isn’t racist. It’s a proactive response to racism. The Black Panthers were never a black version of the KKK."

Do your homework” - Black Knowledge (via dirtybubblez)

And to say as such is to prove to me just how out of touch you are with history and how quickly you’re able to dismiss the black struggle as something on par with an institution as disgustingly racist as the KKK 

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Omg, you guys

I don’t usually celebrate halloween, but I just got the dopest idea for a costume. What if I went out as the Black Power Ranger this year? Not as the black Power Ranger, but as the Black-Power Ranger. Get it?!

Idk what my costume would look like, but I’d make it my mission to hit up as many Halloween parties as possible and smear paint on as many racist, culturally appropriating outfits as I can.

Someone please assure me that this hasn’t already been done! lol

I met John Carlos last night at the Rebel Diaz Arts Collective. WIN!

I met John Carlos last night at the Rebel Diaz Arts Collective. WIN!

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

New York City: 1968 Olympic Medalist and activist John Carlos speaks at Occupy Wall Street at Zuccotti Park, October 11, 2011.

I’m meeting him tonight!