Had a restless night yesterday. Decided to take pictures, expect them tonight.

zaynmalphurs:

nuestrahermana:

Amber Alert: Daphne Webb 1 year old African-American female child
Eyes: Brown 
Hair: Black
Wearing: Orange pajamas with pink hearts
On July 10th at 11:00am, Daphne Viola Webb was abducted from a vehicle parked in front of Gazali’s Liquor Store (7838 International Blvd. Oakland, CA) near the intersection of 79th avenue and international blvd.
Daphne Viola Webb is 1 year old black female with black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts.
The suspect is an unknown, light skinned, black OR latina female.
There are no vehicles associated with this abduction.
If seen contact Oakland Police Department: 510-238-3641

zaynmalphurs:

nuestrahermana:

Amber Alert: Daphne Webb 1 year old African-American female child

Eyes: Brown 

Hair: Black

Wearing: Orange pajamas with pink hearts

On July 10th at 11:00am, Daphne Viola Webb was abducted from a vehicle parked in front of Gazali’s Liquor Store (7838 International Blvd. Oakland, CA) near the intersection of 79th avenue and international blvd.

Daphne Viola Webb is 1 year old black female with black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts.

The suspect is an unknown, light skinned, black OR latina female.

There are no vehicles associated with this abduction.

If seen contact Oakland Police Department: 510-238-3641

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nativeamericannews:

Have you seen Alphonse Boniface Recollet?
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police department is asking for our help.
Alphonse Boniface Recollet is missing. He is a resident of 2910 S. Leaton Road in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

nativeamericannews:

Have you seen Alphonse Boniface Recollet?


The Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police department is asking for our help.

Alphonse Boniface Recollet is missing. He is a resident of 2910 S. Leaton Road in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

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iloveboxbraids:

mypinkattire:

The two girls reported ran away from their McCorkle Road home on Tuesday, June 25th.  The girls were last reported being seen by their god-mother who transported them to a residence in the Slater Ridge subdivision off Beatties Ford Road in Charlotte, NC The god-mother was unaware the girls had run away from home. Aniya Symone Mickey Weeks is described as a black female, 5 feet-6 inches tall and weighing around 120 pounds.  She is 14 years old.Mahogony Smith is described as a black female, 5 feet-7 inches tall and weighing 125 pounds.Both girls have been entered NCIC as runaway juveniles.Anyone with information about the girls is asked the contact the Lincoln County Communications Center at 704-735-8202, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at 704-732-9050 or 911

Please reblog this and help find these girls

iloveboxbraids:

mypinkattire:

The two girls reported ran away from their McCorkle Road home on Tuesday, June 25th.  The girls were last reported being seen by their god-mother who transported them to a residence in the Slater Ridge subdivision off Beatties Ford Road in Charlotte, NC The god-mother was unaware the girls had run away from home. Aniya Symone Mickey Weeks is described as a black female, 5 feet-6 inches tall and weighing around 120 pounds.  She is 14 years old.Mahogony Smith is described as a black female, 5 feet-7 inches tall and weighing 125 pounds.Both girls have been entered NCIC as runaway juveniles.Anyone with information about the girls is asked the contact the Lincoln County Communications Center at 704-735-8202, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at 704-732-9050 or 911

Please reblog this and help find these girls

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misssquare:

Drag the Image
It’s 6/26 you know what that means?
Happy Stitch Day!

misssquare:

Drag the Image

It’s 6/26 you know what that means?

Happy Stitch Day!

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"Writing is thinking. To write well is to think clearly. That’s why it’s so hard."

— David McCullough (via writingquotes)

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miathewished4:

ululantes:

writingsforwinter:

littlemermaidtears:

ohdearhermione:

cynthiacloud:

raiseyourweapon:

alcohol-is-sexyy:

The many faces of rape.

This makes me sick to my stomach. 

As disturbing as this is, I think it’s important to give these women voices.  They are survivors.

This is just horrible

This made me cry.


I know I’m a writing blog, but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t have a voice when it comes to this.

Sharing this is so important.

Don’t give a woman or a man tips on how to avoid rape.

Just tell people not to rape instead.

that second to last one just epitomises female independence for me. it’s just so “fuck you you can’t break me”
incredible women.

Damn…This just sent me back into the fictional world of this book that I’m reading.

This was just too much reality for me right now…as a survivor of rape myself.

I just can’t deal right now…

Damn

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"Seduction is about intelligence and wit. Someone who makes me laugh has every chance to seduce me."

— Riccardo Tisci (via rashadsays)

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"You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, put a mirror in her hand and you called the painting “Vanity,” thus morally condemning the woman whose nakedness you had depicted for you own pleasure."

John Berger Ways of Seeing  (via spartanbitch)

This is super fucking relevant.

And why self portraits (selfies) are often such an act of self preservation and resistance.

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selfies as politics, hell yeah.

(via tankmonster)

#it’s okay to follow creepshots but when a celebrity’s nudes are leaked she’s a slut #it’s perfectly normal to watch objectifying porn but when a woman decides to film herself having sex she’s a whore #it’s alright for you to harass women on the street but when they approach you first it’s arrogance #it’s cool for you to fantasize about a woman who’s out of your league but when a woman you deem unattractive likes you you’re disgusted #no don’t worry you can make female bodies public property but when they discuss your masturbation habits you can be offended 

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THE HASH TAGS. EVERYONE MUST READ THIS.

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angryasiangirlsunited:

ucsb-sasa:

UCSB South Asian Students Association’s “Fighting Islamaphobia” Photo Campiagn

“Not a terrorist. Maybe a threat”. Perfect. 

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breegantstudios:

This is Flaco Shalom.

Visual artist. Detroiter. And owner of The Untitled Bottega—a midtown Detroit gallery that’s redefining what it means to be an art exhibition space. 

The facilities are large, unfinished, and uncurated. Flaco and his team are doing the interior construction themselves and welcome art of any expression or medium. The Bottega is currently home to two hip hop concert series: The Foundation and The Crack House. And host to a collection of other events.

A typical day there looks like the ultimate haven for today’s young artist, and often includes pizza, beer, and several hookahs. There are always a few of Flaco’s creative collaborators screening tees or dry-walling or yelling obscenities at each other. Trae Isaac is usually in some corner earphones on, head bopping, painting a new piece. Flaco, a Marvel movie, and a wet canvas are in the back room. And, of course, there’s the sweetest pit bull ever: Whiskey.

The Untitled Bottega. 314 E. Baltimore. Twitter/IG: @UntitledBottega. 

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"I was never really insane except upon occasions when my heart was touched."

Edgar Allan Poe (via killergrape)

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browngirlinterrupted:

robtrujilloart:

Pour in the support, and keep up the positivity.

Marcus Books, the legendary (one of the oldest Black owned Book stores in the entire US) is in trouble of closure. First started in SF, then opening a branch in Oakland…I along with countless young people of all races trekked to this store, probably first as a child with my mother, then as a college student at SFSU studying Egyptology among other things, and now as a parent/adult when looking for Black picture books. Reblog this so the petition gets signed, but note that places like these are important landmarks of knowledge and self determination.

It should also be noted that Marcus Books is the only book store i know of (and i’ve called many) that has an Extensive collection of Childrens Books, Picture Books, and Comics featuring African and African American children.

LINK: Petition started by the store

LINK: Article is SF Examiner

Help save my bookstore plz.

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