This is my safe place. This is where I can let go of the day to day stresses or bring them with me.

 

http://thisiswhiteprivilege.tumblr.com/post/92298436398/deducingbbcsherlock-q-why-does-that-character

deducingbbcsherlock:

Q: Why does that character have to be gay/bi/black/Asian/Hispanic/etc?

A: As opposed to what?

I’ve found this to be a useful response, because many people will hesitate before saying “white” or “straight.” That hesitation comes from the realization, however…

rikmarvel:

 Two african american female pilots. Captain and first offcer,the flight attendants are also african american. Shout out to DELTA AIRLINES for affording these opportunities to our very well accomplished WOMEN!

rikmarvel:

 Two african american female pilots. Captain and first offcer,the flight attendants are also african american. Shout out to DELTA AIRLINES for affording these opportunities to our very well accomplished WOMEN!

whitepeoplestealingculture:

pinoy-culture:

jadedcoconut:

iaskforpleasurefirst:

nativeamericannews:

Lakota girl, ca.1875

This isn’t a Lakota girl she’s a Filipina mestiza de sangley

Bah! way to erase the woman’s identity. Check your sources, gdi. *glares*

And her portrait is one of the most famous old portraits and recognizable among many Pilipin@s. The photo, which is called Mujer de la clase rica, was indeed taken in 1875, but not of a Lakota girl but a Filipina/Chinese mestiza by Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp who was well known during the 19th century for his refined portraits in the Philippines.

!!!!!!!!!

whitepeoplestealingculture:

pinoy-culture:

jadedcoconut:

iaskforpleasurefirst:

nativeamericannews:

Lakota girl, ca.1875

This isn’t a Lakota girl she’s a Filipina mestiza de sangley

Bah! way to erase the woman’s identity.

Check your sources, gdi. *glares*

And her portrait is one of the most famous old portraits and recognizable among many Pilipin@s. The photo, which is called Mujer de la clase rica, was indeed taken in 1875, but not of a Lakota girl but a Filipina/Chinese mestiza by Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp who was well known during the 19th century for his refined portraits in the Philippines.

!!!!!!!!!

hersheywrites:

luvallstuff:

"You’re like the whitest black person I know"image

"I don’t even see you as black"

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"Haha your’re an Oreo get it"

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"You don’t talk ghetto like other black people, you speak proper English"

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"I didn’t know you were smart!"

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This Post Is So Important.

One of the most sinister things about normalized racism is you don’t have to have bad intentions to be racist, you just have to remain ignorant.

Why Some of Your Favorite People Are Racist | AmericaWakieWakie (via america-wakiewakie)

its so easy to be dangerous in a racist society. just by doing nothing you contribute to normalized oppression.

(via official-mens-frights-activist)