So it begins

omojeni:

humansofnewyork:

I found a very lovely blog on tumblr. she is very nice and will do anything to help her followers!
her links here
her blog is top quality, definitely worth a follow 

Omg I dont usually do this but I love her blog its flawless!I dont regret looking at it

omojeni:

humansofnewyork:

I found a very lovely blog on tumblr. she is very nice and will do anything to help her followers!

her links here

her blog is top quality, definitely worth a follow 

Omg I dont usually do this but I love her blog its flawless!
I dont regret looking at it

(Source: rietedelopeor, via hypnoskid)

susiethemoderator:

afrikan-centered-education:

The Greeks and Romans made their Gods and Godessess straight from Kemet’s God and Goddesses 
Kemet’s God and Goddesses renamed in Identity……One by One History proves quite convincingly that the Gods and Goddesses of Europeans were of African origin but given European names… Lets go through the Academics:*The African God, Amun, was renamed Zeus by the Greeks and Jupiter by the Romans; *The African God, Heru (the son of God and associated with light and sun) was called Apollo by both the Greeks and the Romans; *The African God Imhotep (the God of Healing and medicine) was renamed Asclepius by the Greeks and Aesclapius by the Romans; *The African God Djhuti/Thoth (God of Science, Writing and Knowledge) was called Hermes by the Greeks and Mercury by the Romans; *The African God, Pluto, was called Pluto by both the Greeks and Romans; the *The African God, Ausar, (the God of resurrection) was renamed Osiris by the Greeks; *The African Goddess Hathor (the Goddess of love and beauty) was called Aphrodite by the Greeks and Venus by the Romans; and *The African Goddess Ist (Auset), (Goddess of maternity), was renamed Isis and was worshiped as the “Black Madonna.”

Interesting… All these statuses noses “fell” off….

susiethemoderator:

afrikan-centered-education:

The Greeks and Romans made their Gods and Godessess straight from Kemet’s God and Goddesses 


Kemet’s God and Goddesses renamed in Identity……One by One 

History proves quite convincingly that the Gods and Goddesses of Europeans were of African origin but given European names… 

Lets go through the Academics:

*The African God, Amun, was renamed Zeus by the Greeks and Jupiter by the Romans; 

*The African God, Heru (the son of God and associated with light and sun) was called Apollo by both the Greeks and the Romans; 

*The African God Imhotep (the God of Healing and medicine) was renamed Asclepius by the Greeks and Aesclapius by the Romans; 

*The African God Djhuti/Thoth (God of Science, Writing and Knowledge) was called Hermes by the Greeks and Mercury by the Romans; 

*The African God, Pluto, was called Pluto by both the Greeks and Romans; the 

*The African God, Ausar, (the God of resurrection) was renamed Osiris by the Greeks; 

*The African Goddess Hathor (the Goddess of love and beauty) was called Aphrodite by the Greeks and Venus by the Romans; and 

*The African Goddess Ist (Auset), (Goddess of maternity), was renamed Isis and was worshiped as the “Black Madonna.”

Interesting… All these statuses noses “fell” off….

(via derpingthroughlife)

1) You are allowed to take up space. You are a human.

2) You are allowed to have a voice.

3) You are allowed to leave whenever you feel unsafe or uncomfortable.

4) You deserve more than someone who doesn’t know how to respect you.

5) You are allowed to put your own needs first.

6) You are allowed to love yourself.

—6:11 p.m. (Six reminders for bad times)

(Source: angryasianfeminist, via derpingthroughlife)

thegreenwolf:

ohcorny:

so this is what i ended up with for the “make your audience angry” assignment
i dont know about ya’ll but that phrase pisses me right the hell off

Side tip: if anyone ever grabs your hair like the above, clamp one hand HARD down on your scalp where the hair is coming out (think of how you try to immobilize your hair when brushing tangles out so it doesn’t hurt as bad, only do so at the scalp and not further down the hair). Then use your other hand to start hitting the other person (go for the face!) and blocking any blows they may try to make with their free hand. You can also step into them (which removes the tension on your hair) and start throwing your knees into their groin, stomach, kick the side of their knee, etc. 
The reason hair-pulling works is A) it HURTS and B) it’s an effective handle, especially because your instinct is going to be to pull away. But reduce the pain and the tension on the hair and you have more room to work with until the other person lets go, at which point you can run like hell or otherwise defend yourself as needed.

thegreenwolf:

ohcorny:

so this is what i ended up with for the “make your audience angry” assignment

i dont know about ya’ll but that phrase pisses me right the hell off

Side tip: if anyone ever grabs your hair like the above, clamp one hand HARD down on your scalp where the hair is coming out (think of how you try to immobilize your hair when brushing tangles out so it doesn’t hurt as bad, only do so at the scalp and not further down the hair). Then use your other hand to start hitting the other person (go for the face!) and blocking any blows they may try to make with their free hand. You can also step into them (which removes the tension on your hair) and start throwing your knees into their groin, stomach, kick the side of their knee, etc. 

The reason hair-pulling works is A) it HURTS and B) it’s an effective handle, especially because your instinct is going to be to pull away. But reduce the pain and the tension on the hair and you have more room to work with until the other person lets go, at which point you can run like hell or otherwise defend yourself as needed.

(via derpingthroughlife)

projectfab:

Fall Inspiration
I know some of you are still holding on to summer, but me, I’m looking forward to fall. I paired these designer boots and flannel shirt (both from Marshalls) for some fall look inspiration.
By: Liz Marie, Project Fab
Personal Blog: Liz Marie

projectfab:

Fall Inspiration

I know some of you are still holding on to summer, but me, I’m looking forward to fall. I paired these designer boots and flannel shirt (both from Marshalls) for some fall look inspiration.