Buddhist Monks all the way from Tibet and India have come to protest in Ferguson.

dear white friends, who,

in real life

say ignorant and racist things out loud

and then on tumblr

reblog anti-racism posts and

act like a “good white person”

on tumblr


fucking fuck you


fuck you.

You knew I was a shark when you hired me. Don’t be surprised when I smell blood in the water.
Mr Dillinger to Harold Finch: Person of Interest 3.16
What was I supposed to say? “Sorry, boss, Agent King is actually a superpowered nutball. Just ask my buddy, the urban legend.”
Lionel Fusco to John Reese: Person of Interest 3.17
Are you guys going to shoot again, or just talk me to death?
Sameen Shaw: Person of Interest 3.17
You’ll have to use your charm, Shaw. Not your sidearm.
John Reese to Sameen Shaw: Person of Interest 3.03
People who say they have nothing to hide almost always do.
Harold Finch: Person of Interest 3.01
I have a direct line to a higher power. It speaks to me.
Root: Person of Interest 3.01
I could shoot you or save you, frankly, I could go either way.
Shaw: Person of Interest 3.01
I’m afraid squirrels fall outside the purview of 911.
Harold Finch to unknown caller: Person of Interest 3.15
Hey, didn’t Glasses give you the message? My dance card’s booked.
Lionel Fusco to John Reese: Person of Interest 3.15
John: [Shaw tosses him the shotgun] What's this for?
Shaw: [Seeing the yellow Ferrari] To help you feel less inadequate while I drive this thing.

The Guardian is a well-known British daily broadsheet with a reputation for being liberal as well as good investigative journalism.

I’m not feeling it.

This is on page 12 of todays (June 9 2014) newspaper.




I don’t care who you are or what you believe in religion wise. You need to watch this video. It shows from the side of the bully and the person being bullied. I feel as if this should be on everyone’s blog to show you care.

Stop bullying!

This is the most powerful video I have ever seen. It needs to be displayed at every school shown to every student they need to see this!

Reblog,Reblog, Reblog!

Uh, okay:
a) I saw exactly three (maybe four) PoC in that and I’m pretty sure two were the same girl.
b) The sister says “thank you for listening” (i.e. forgiving him) and THEN he goes and says sorry to the girl. Either his sister had to spur him on to do something or she forgave him before he even had done something right.

I’m not feeling the “power” of it so much.

In clinical psychiatric settings, black women are diagnosed very differently from white counterparts who present with the same symptoms. For instance, black women have considerably higher rates of anxiety disorders than white women. Blacks are diagnosed with higher lifetime rates of simple phobia, social phobia, and agoraphobia. Therapists tend to view African American women as anxious or phobic while perceiving white women who describe similar emotions and behaviors as sad and depressed. Black women are more likely to be described by therapists as hostile and paranoid, and diagnosis for black women is inclined to be more severe than for white women. In these diagnostic differences we see the operation of the social construction of black womanhood that disallows sadness. Therapists are less likely to perceive a black woman as sad; instead, they see her as angry or anxious.
Melissa Harris-Perry Sister Citizen; Shame, Stereotypes and Black Women in America (via womanistgamergirl)