Achenrin Madit By Theo Wenner For M Le magazine du Monde May 2021
On god I be like
no but for real, thiiiis
When I tell you I’ve been reaching my limit. I’m standing in line 6 or more ft away from the person in front of me, and you’re standing on my ass. I turn around and let em know, “you need to back up to at least 6 feet” or “you’re suppose to be standing on the markers for social distancing”. I can’t tell you how many folks I’ve argued with over this shit.
When they get bold I simply ask, “do you really want to be within slapping distance of me?”
“Why don’t you guys just get the fuck over it ” - Becky voice .
Don’t ever let this post die . *Good history Twitter pg to follow *
“Why are you resisting ? Be peaceful .”
When folks ask why I hate the British….
What?! Omg I didn’t know
Just remember that this man is praised as a hero in England and in most history textbooks. This is what we mean when we say that we are only being taught one side of history
@katblaque more white history month stuff
No one ever talks about the other things Churchill did outside of the war
We need to start talking about the Boer war again. It’s disgusting that people purposely forget that this happened because of WW2
I remember that I reblogged this once or twice but this is too important to be ignored. Churchill is not a hero, he is a criminal white supremacist.
Y'all are constantly educating me daily about history they don’t teach. Thank you
fun fact: aboriginal people are forced into homelessness because the government refuses to put in hosing for aboriginal people unless they trade the value of their land for forty years
if they do trade their land. A mine get’s put on it, destroying important cultural landmarks of aboriginal history such as sacred sites.
Don’t believe me? Here, watch a documentary on it.
We lost Tupac Shakur 20 years ago, but it still feels like it happened yesterday. His music, his life, his intelligence and his words always touched people than any other rapper they ever heard of!
His music is mostly about the discrimination that African Americans are still dealing with until this day. This is why Tupac is a legend and considered the best rapper of all time. It was definitely a lot more than just rap to him. We lack such musicians and activists today…