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aquilastyle:

Muslimah weightlifter wins right to compete in modest clothing

Heavy lifting doesn’t unnerve Kulsoom Abdullah, who has helped to throw open the doors for Muslim women in the international weightlifting arena. 

29 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from jopara with 8,171 notes

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29 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from claudefelixfloor with 82 notes

tuckeresque:

In The Mood For Love deleted scenes

29 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from tarkovskymalick with 2,071 notes

thisnoiseismusic:

"We’ll sit for days talk about things important to us like whatever.
We’ll defuse bombs, walk marathons and take on whatever together.”

29 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from shewgaze with 89 notes

save-me-thewaltz:

I could stare at this endlessly. 
Michael K. Williams, 2013 (Christian Weber)

save-me-thewaltz:

I could stare at this endlessly. 

Michael K. Williams, 2013 (Christian Weber)

29 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from save-me-thewaltz with 2,233 notes

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chubbycactus:

osoflower:

yes

I want a yellow waterproof coat badly

chubbycactus:

osoflower:

yes

I want a yellow waterproof coat badly

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28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from spookypuke with 9,882 notes

"In the 400 years of barbaric, white supremacist, colonial and genocidal history known as the United States, the civil rights movement stands out as a bright, beautiful, all-too-brief moment of hope and struggle. We still live in the shadow of the leaders, theory, and images that emerged from those years, and any struggle in America that overlooks the work (both philosophical and organizational) produced in those decades does so at its own peril. However, why is it drilled into our heads, from grade school onward, in every single venue, by presidents, professors and police chiefs alike, that the civil rights movement was victorious because it was non-violent? Surely we should be suspicious of any narrative that the entire white establishment agrees is of the utmost importance.

The civil rights movement was not purely non-violent. Some of its bravest, most inspiring activists worked within the framework of disciplined non-violence. Many of its bravest, most inspiring activists did not. It took months of largely non-violent campaigning in Birmingham, Alabama to force JFK to give his speech calling for a civil rights act. But in the week before he did so, the campaign in Birmingham had become decidedly not-non-violent: protesters had started fighting back against the police and Eugene ‘Bull’ Conner, throwing rocks, and breaking windows. Robert Kennedy, afraid that the increasingly riotous atmosphere in Birmingham would spread across Alabama and the South, convinced John to deliver the famous speech and begin moving towards civil rights legislation."

Willie Osterweil, "In Defense of Looting" (via ethiopienne)

28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from ethiopienne with 394 notes

cute-bird-dad:

kids are out here like “i wish i was alive during beatlemania” and im like….. beyonce is right here, right now, what is wrong with you. get right with jesus

28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from jopara with 31,252 notes

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etsyifyourenasty:

Beyoncé ouija board patch

etsyifyourenasty:

Beyoncé ouija board patch

28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from polystyrenee with 1,686 notes

ethiopienne:

litlte:

I’m dead

afropunk 1984

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28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from pradamethlab with 61,502 notes

lil-reina:

datonekidjared:

ASAP rocky - Peso

stop

28 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from lil-reina with 3,076 notes