Jannell

Punk rock slayed my life.


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piratetreasure:

lay off me I’m starving 

Me at Savages with friends.

piratetreasure:

lay off me I’m starving 

Me at Savages with friends.

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blackcontemporaryart:

Benny AndrewsThere Must Be a Heaven, 1966

blackcontemporaryart:

Benny Andrews
There Must Be a Heaven, 1966

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I don’t really think that the technique really determines the veracity of the image. It’s what the image does to the viewer that determines whether it’s right or wrong. Roy DeCarava (via blackcontemporaryart)
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wonderful-strange:

Weird Trips #2, 1978. Cover art by Bill Stout.

wonderful-strange:

Weird Trips #2, 1978. Cover art by Bill Stout.

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lisasimpsonbookclub:

“All of J. D. Salinger’s books except Catcher in the Rye!”

lisasimpsonbookclub:

“All of J. D. Salinger’s books except Catcher in the Rye!”

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Every year white people add 100 years to how long ago slavery was. I’ve heard educated white people say, ‘slavery was 400 years ago.’ No it very wasn’t. It was 140 years ago…that’s two 70-year-old ladies living and dying back to back. That’s how recently you could buy a guy.

Louis C.K. (via 30thcenturyboy)

Sylvester Magee, the (probable) last American born into slavery died in 1971.

The last living child of former American slaves, Mississippi Winn, died in 2010.

Slavery in the territory that is now the United States lasted more than 330 years. We will be 330 years removed from slavery in the year 2195.

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