It is written

blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

flumpp:

Becoming an adult is learning pasta portion control

youngprogressivevoices:

Vote with your wallet when it comes to stores — where you shop matters.
h/t Occupy Democrats

youngprogressivevoices:

Vote with your wallet when it comes to stores — where you shop matters.

h/t Occupy Democrats

Introverts

featherended:

aspieartistjourdan:

Being a introvert is like being Robert Downey Jr. in your head

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and Castiel in real life

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how did you manage to sum it up so easily

bunbijou:

under communism there are no sugar mamas or daddies, but everyone is the sugar comrade of everyone else

News Clips from the 1989 “Other than Mexican” Crisis in the Rio Grande Valley

centerforimmigrationstudies:

Twenty-five years ago South Texas experienced a similar, albeit much smaller, surge of illegal immigration from Central America, mainly Nicaraguans fleeing civil war. Here are excerpts from some of the news coverage:

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You do not need pasta.
Me laying in bed talking to myself at 1:30 in the morning  (via seabelle)
i-know-my-enemy:

 

realrandomsam:

smaugnussen:

goddessofsax:

Hair color reference chart. It’s not perfect, but from what I could gather it’s pretty accurate.

dont let the fanfic writers see this

You forgot titian.

humansofnewyork:

"I tend to be cynical about a lot of things, but Maya Angelou is somebody that no matter how much I pick her apart, she still has integrity. She was a victim of incest and rape, and she worked as a stripper. And now she’s a literary icon and Nobel Laureate. It goes to show that life is cumulative, and you can’t devalue any type of experience."

humansofnewyork:

"I tend to be cynical about a lot of things, but Maya Angelou is somebody that no matter how much I pick her apart, she still has integrity. She was a victim of incest and rape, and she worked as a stripper. And now she’s a literary icon and Nobel Laureate. It goes to show that life is cumulative, and you can’t devalue any type of experience."

Samira Wiley
I feel a responsibility to young girls who want to follow in our footsteps. I feel a responsibility to the prison community. I feel like when you get to a place where you’re more visible or where people point at you and say “Samira Wiley, what is she doing?” you have a social responsibility in the world. I’m actually thankful for the amount of responsibility that has been handed to me. I feel very honored.