1 year ago
Black ppl should be treated as like white ppl Just cause of our look that doesn't mean that we are mean We are nice and friendly get to us better and see who's right and wrong 👀😊
6 months ago
I haven't seen very many black ppl on here and I'd love to have more black queer ppl in my life so but it's cool, I just want some nice and cool friends around my age follow and message me :)
2 months ago
Do ya know true history? What makes more or less melanin better or worse? Who starts, pushes and finances movements? Why do more non black people promote blm than black folk do, are you self hating or do you really support the idea behind blm? Do you innerstand ORDO AB CHAO? In it is the answer to most in this world. Do you KNOW why you support what you support?
9 days ago
1 month ago
Saw this and thought it was beautiful 😍
2 months ago
On June 19, 1865, Union Army General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, TX and announced General Order 3 - declaring that the slaves there had been freed. This was two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed and three months after the Confederate States surrendered. Even after that announcement, even after the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the Constitution designed to cancel the evils of slavery in this country, there is still bigotry, racism, and an unequal playing field for most people of colour. Years of Jim Crow laws, sanctioned lynching, the Klu Klux Klan, etc, normalized a perception of racial inferiority / superiority that we, in my opinion are sadly still dealing with. When I live in Houston, TX (1992-2000), celebrating Juneteenth was a big deal, so I'm glad that it is now a federal holiday - recognizing not only how we overcame the evils of the past, but that the work is far from done. What does Juneteenth mean to you? Are you encouraged or discouraged about the current direction you see of race relations? What practical steps do you think we need to take to truly live where black lives matter?
3 days ago
I've noticed over the last few years at least in my area that other races go out of their way to ignore me. Just wanted to know of its commonplace for anyone else?