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gunblades:

legendary

gunblades:

legendary

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diaemyung:

Have a great day

if you ever want to hear the neon genesis evangelion theme at any time just call 309-889-0497

fiendswithbenefits:

zchr:

i just set it up and it seems to be working

if you’re at the club and someone asks for your number just give them this

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fanboy mode #kidcudi is super cool 역시 너무 멋있어 (*as expected he’s really cool)……

fanboy mode #kidcudi is super cool 역시 너무 멋있어 (*as expected he’s really cool)……

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theuppitynegras:

bulma-esque:

aftertheparty:

afrolez:

Rest in Peace and Power Yuri Kochiyama (May 19, 1921 - June 1, 2014)!!!! She was a Compassionate and yet, Fierce Freedom Fighter and Warrior for, for decades, Peace and Justice throughout the world.

Don’t let this go by your dash without understanding just how real this woman was.
She was a civil rights activist who not only fought for the rights of Asian Americans, but African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans. 
She was friends with Malcolm X, even holding his head after he was shot on that fateful day in 1965.
Years after being held in an internment camp during WWII, she championed the cause for the U.S. government’s formal apology and reparations to Japanese American internees. 
She was an exceptional WoC that should be taught about in schools so that her legacy may continue to live on and inspire other girls and WoC.

First Mandela, then maya now her….:(

all the elders are returning to glory

theuppitynegras:

bulma-esque:

aftertheparty:

afrolez:

Rest in Peace and Power Yuri Kochiyama (May 19, 1921 - June 1, 2014)!!!! She was a Compassionate and yet, Fierce Freedom Fighter and Warrior for, for decades, Peace and Justice throughout the world.

Don’t let this go by your dash without understanding just how real this woman was.

She was a civil rights activist who not only fought for the rights of Asian Americans, but African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans. 

She was friends with Malcolm X, even holding his head after he was shot on that fateful day in 1965.

Years after being held in an internment camp during WWII, she championed the cause for the U.S. government’s formal apology and reparations to Japanese American internees. 

She was an exceptional WoC that should be taught about in schools so that her legacy may continue to live on and inspire other girls and WoC.

First Mandela, then maya now her….
:(

all the elders are returning to glory

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