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lowtownlove:

 

“Everything is possible to him who wills only what is true! Rest in Nature, study, know, then dare; dare to will, dare to act and be silent!” 
― Éliphas Lévi

lowtownlove:

 

“Everything is possible to him who wills only what is true! Rest in Nature, study, know, then dare; dare to will, dare to act and be silent!” 

― Éliphas Lévi

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artisanos-de-michoacan:

An other look at Michoacan…los Diablos de Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico (Ceremonial masks and costumes by Felipe Horta)

Photography© Florence Leyret Jeune)

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note-a-bear:

puta-del-infierno:

anukii:

diverseiridescentbeings:

My Mom did! Did yours?

Cheerio Families Support Part 1. 

Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/

HAHAHA. SHADE THE FUCK OUTTA THESE RACISTS!

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It pleases me that some of these interracial couples aren’t just Black-white

It pleases me that some of these interracial couples aren’t just Black-white

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In which I am told I do not understand a story because I am not a white man.

karissachen:

A couple of nights ago, a student of mine reacted very poorly to her workshop. She is an older white woman who had submitted a problematic story about a white cop who “saves” a fatherless black boy by befriending him. He also falls in love with the boy’s mother, who is painted as exotic, beautiful, and mystical. Going into the workshop, I was incredibly nervous, as I wasn’t sure how to address this story in a helpful, genuine way for the writer, despite my reservations about its content. In the end, I decided to focus on craft, suggesting she flesh out the black characters more so as to avoid stereotype, to give the main character a more complex inner conflict to make his need for the family mutually beneficial, as well as making other suggestions on cuts, scene vs. summary, and asking her to think about the central question/conflict and to be more focused.

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woodywombpecker:

ignore them as long as possible

woodywombpecker:

ignore them as long as possible

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niggasandcomputers:

descendants-of-brown-royalty:

Egypt is a Greek word meaning “Black.” μαύρος             
• The Egyptians of the Bible were Negroid. • The Bible says both Egyptians and Ethiopians are descendants of Ham. • Arabs invaded Egypt in the 7th Century AD; Remember, Egypt wasn’t invaded by Rome until 300 BC. The Bible dates 4000 BC. • Therefore, Arabs have no more connection to Ancient Egypt than Europeans have to Ancient America. • Egyptian is an Afro-Asiatic language. (AFRO, AFRO) • The national language of modern day Egypt is Egyptian Arabic, which gradually replaced Coptic. (Coptic—Ethiopia) • Black Egyptians were eventually mixed with invading Libyans, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Turks, Arabs and Western Europeans. That is where the mixed people of the modern-day Arabs come from. The following is supporting evidence from The African Origin of Civilization: by: Cheikh Anta Diop Evidence from Physical Anthropology The skeletons and skulls of the Ancient Egyptians clearly reflect they were Negroid people with features very similar to those of modern Black Nubians and other people of the Upper Nile and of East Africa. Melanin Dosage Test Egyptologist Cheikh Anta Diop invented a method for determining the level of melanin in the skin of human beings. When conducted on Egyptian mummies in the Museum of Man in Paris, this test indicated these remains were of Black people. Osteological Evidence "Lepsius canon," which distinguishes the bodily proportions of various racial groups categories the "ideal Egyptian" as "short-armed and of Negroid or Negrito physical type." Evidence From Blood Types Diop notes that even after hundreds of years of inter-mixture with foreign invaders, the blood type of modern Egyptians is the “same group B as the populations of western Africa on the Atlantic seaboard and not the A2 Group characteristic of the white race prior to any crossbreeding.”
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Black History Month

niggasandcomputers:

descendants-of-brown-royalty:

Egypt is a Greek word meaning “Black.” μαύρος             


• The Egyptians of the Bible were Negroid. 
• The Bible says both Egyptians and Ethiopians are descendants of Ham. 
• Arabs invaded Egypt in the 7th Century AD; Remember, Egypt wasn’t invaded by Rome until 300 BC. The Bible dates 4000 BC. 
• Therefore, Arabs have no more connection to Ancient Egypt than Europeans have to Ancient America. 
• Egyptian is an Afro-Asiatic language. (AFRO, AFRO) 
• The national language of modern day Egypt is Egyptian Arabic, which gradually replaced Coptic. (Coptic—Ethiopia) 
• Black Egyptians were eventually mixed with invading Libyans, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Turks, Arabs and Western Europeans. That is where the mixed people of the modern-day Arabs come from. 

The following is supporting evidence from The African Origin of Civilization: by: Cheikh Anta Diop 

Evidence from Physical Anthropology 
The skeletons and skulls of the Ancient Egyptians clearly reflect they were Negroid people with features very similar to those of modern Black Nubians and other people of the Upper Nile and of East Africa. 

Melanin Dosage Test 
Egyptologist Cheikh Anta Diop invented a method for determining the level of melanin in the skin of human beings. When conducted on Egyptian mummies in the Museum of Man in Paris, this test indicated these remains were of Black people. 

Osteological Evidence 
"Lepsius canon," which distinguishes the bodily proportions of various racial groups categories the "ideal Egyptian" as "short-armed and of Negroid or Negrito physical type." 

Evidence From Blood Types 

Diop notes that even after hundreds of years of inter-mixture with foreign invaders, the blood type of modern Egyptians is the “same group B as the populations of western Africa on the Atlantic seaboard and not the A2 Group characteristic of the white race prior to any crossbreeding.”

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Black History Month

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keltamasheq:

Artwork by Mariama McCarthy, self-taught Nigérienne Artist.

keltamasheq:

Artwork by Mariama McCarthy, self-taught Nigérienne Artist.