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Personal with Pope   Submit   LOVE is my only religion. I am NOT a girl that can be defined. I refuse to let them box me in. I wont allow anyone to rape my gifts. Evolving from who I thought I should be to who I am Supposed to be. I am created in the image of The Most High, therefore I am the Light the Illuminates

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    Shoe for tonight. #LeopardMania (Taken with instagram)

    Shoe for tonight. #LeopardMania (Taken with instagram)

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    New Headphones.  (Taken with instagram)

    New Headphones. (Taken with instagram)

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    I always start my day with my affirmations.  (Taken with instagram)

    I always start my day with my affirmations. (Taken with instagram)

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    Homemade Apple Pie. Done. (Taken with instagram)

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    Apple Pie from scratch #Wifeymaterial (Taken with instagram)

    Apple Pie from scratch #Wifeymaterial (Taken with instagram)

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    #wifeymaterial 
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    My necklace section. I have an overflow (Taken with instagram)

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    Orange you glad to see me? Shoe for tonight. (Taken with instagram)

    Orange you glad to see me? Shoe for tonight. (Taken with instagram)

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    Pwetty as a picture (Taken with instagram)

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    Quick purchase from Urban Outfitters (Taken with instagram)

    Quick purchase from Urban Outfitters (Taken with instagram)

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    girlinboyclothes:

At 4:00 a.m., December 4, 1969 the heavily armed police team arrived at the site, (2337 W. Monroe, Chicago, IL) dividing into two teams, eight for the front of the building and six for the rear. At 4:45, they stormed in the apartment.
Mark Clark, was sitting in the front room of the apartment with a shotgun in his lap, on security duty. He was killed instantly after firing off a single round, which was later determined to be a reflexive reaction in his death convulsions after being shot by the raiding team; this was the only shot the Panthers fired.
Automatic gunfire then converged at the head of the bedroom where Hampton slept, unable to wake up as a result of the barbiturates that the FBI infiltrator had slipped into his drink. He was lying on a mattress in the bedroom with his pregnant girlfriend. Two officers found him wounded in the shoulder, and fellow Black Panther Harold Bell reported that he heard the following exchange:
“That’s Fred Hampton.”“Is he dead?… Bring him out.”“He’s barely alive; he’ll make it.”
Two shots were heard, which it was later discovered were fired point blank in Hampton’s head. According to Deborah Johnson, one officer then said:
“He’s good and dead now
Hampton’s body was dragged into the doorway of the bedroom and left in a pool of blood. The officers then directed their gunfire towards the remaining Panthers, who were hiding in another bedroom. They were wounded, then beaten and dragged into the street, where they were arrested on charges of aggravated assault and the attempted murder of the officers. They were each held on US$100,000 bail.
“We expected about twenty Panthers to be in the apartment when the police raided the place. Only two of those black nigger fuckers were killed, Fred Hampton and Mark Clark.”—FBI Special Agent Gregg York  
“You can kill the revolutionary, but you can’t kill the revolution.”— Fred Hampton

    girlinboyclothes:

    At 4:00 a.m., December 4, 1969 the heavily armed police team arrived at the site, (2337 W. Monroe, Chicago, IL) dividing into two teams, eight for the front of the building and six for the rear. At 4:45, they stormed in the apartment.

    Mark Clark, was sitting in the front room of the apartment with a shotgun in his lap, on security duty. He was killed instantly after firing off a single round, which was later determined to be a reflexive reaction in his death convulsions after being shot by the raiding team; this was the only shot the Panthers fired.

    Automatic gunfire then converged at the head of the bedroom where Hampton slept, unable to wake up as a result of the barbiturates that the FBI infiltrator had slipped into his drink. He was lying on a mattress in the bedroom with his pregnant girlfriend. Two officers found him wounded in the shoulder, and fellow Black Panther Harold Bell reported that he heard the following exchange:

    “That’s Fred Hampton.”“Is he dead?… Bring him out.”“He’s barely alive; he’ll make it.”

    Two shots were heard, which it was later discovered were fired point blank in Hampton’s head. According to Deborah Johnson, one officer then said:

    “He’s good and dead now

    Hampton’s body was dragged into the doorway of the bedroom and left in a pool of blood. The officers then directed their gunfire towards the remaining Panthers, who were hiding in another bedroom. They were wounded, then beaten and dragged into the street, where they were arrested on charges of aggravated assault and the attempted murder of the officers. They were each held on US$100,000 bail.

    “We expected about twenty Panthers to be in the apartment when the police raided the place. Only two of those black nigger fuckers were killed, Fred Hampton and Mark Clark.”—FBI Special Agent Gregg York  

    “You can kill the revolutionary, but you can’t kill the revolution.”— Fred Hampton

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    "Trayvon’s blackness wasn’t something he could hide, so it wouldn’t have mattered whether he’d worn a hoodie or a t-shirt that fateful night. It mattered that he was black, and it mattered that the person who shot him had a vendetta out for black men before Trayvon ever set foot in the neighborhood. It matters that in 2012, there are more black men in prison today than those who were enslaved in 1850. It matters that blacks, in particular black men, are overrepresented in the criminal justice system and underrepresented in colleges. It matters that the black unemployment rate is nearly double that of unemployment for the general population. It matters that blacks are less likely to be screened, diagnosed, and treated for preventable diseases, less likely to own homes, less likely to receive research grants, and more likely to retire in poverty than their white counterparts. It matters that blacks are less likely than whites to abuse drugs, but more likely to be convicted of drug crimes. None of these statistics are due to a genetic predisposition to violence, poor health and underachievement, instead as a direct result of the disenfranchisement of blacks that has occurred in this country for more than 200 years at the hands of slavery, Jim Crow Laws, discrimination, and the institutionalized racism in our schools, banks, businesses, courts, and prisons that has torn apart our families and fractured our community. Just like Trayvon Martin, race mattered for Amadou Diallo, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Emmett Till, and hundreds more we will never know the name of who died because of their skin color"
    Angela Marie Davis (via zorascreation)

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    "IF YOU CAN CONTROL A MAN’S THINKING, YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT HIS ACTIONS. IF YOU CAN DETERMINE WHAT A MAN THINKS YOU DO NOT HAVE WORRY ABOUT WHAT HE WILL DO. IF YOU CAN MAKE A MAN BELIEVE THAT HE IS INFERIOR, YOU DON’T HAVE TO COMPEL HIM TO SEEK AN INFERIOR STATUS, HE WILL DO SO WITHOUT BEING TOLD AND IF YOU CAN MAKE A MAN BELIEVE THAT HE IS JUSTLY AN OUTCAST, YOU DON’T HAVE TO ORDER HIM TO THE BACK DOOR, HE WILL GO TO THE BACK DOOR ON HIS OWN AND IF THERE IS NO BACK DOOR, THE VERY NATURE OF THE MAN WILL DEMAND THAT YOU BUILD ONE."

    Carter G. Woodson

    Excerpt from “The Miseducation of the Negro”

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    "I have three words of advice for every aspiring young professional - move to Manhattan. A couple of years in New York is the best basic training course I know."
    Columnist Don Spetner’s career advice. Do you agree? (via prweek)
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