Shoutouts to all the indigenous folks of North and South America who speak their native tongue on a daily basis despite the oppressor’s world is still trying to take away what make each nation and tribe unique.

whitepeoplestealingculture:

I truly salute you.

fffhue:

people of color do matter.
people of color are talented.
people of color have value.
people of color be strong.
people of color be better.

If you didn't like what I posted then why comment on it?
- Anonymous

I’m assuming this is the owner of the blog “little-hipster-chick” who drew an incredibly gross picture that was suppose to show Native American/oriental culture. What really was seen in the drawing was a awful show case of cultural appropriation, in which my only response could be “gross” agreeing with the comment above mine. If you don’t want to receive criticism on a drawing of yours, don’t post one, especially if it includes cultural appropriation. (Note: I have yet seen a Native with blonde hair that wasn’t bleached. Please leave your white washed ideas out of what was suppose to be a depiction of “Native American” culture.)

The Unknown History of Latino Lynchings

trappedinmymind:

fatandnerdy:

independentcreativeservices:

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The following is a summary & analysis of Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review article, “Law of the Noose: A History of Latino Lynching” Richard Delgado.

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