My Ferguson October fam out wilin’. Civil disobenience can be fun too. #PumpkinRiot for all. #staywoke #cackling #nojusticenopeace
These are just a few of the incredibly huge pile of photos (from several different people!) of my Moss cosplay from the Sunday of Armageddon Expo in Melbourne. Never expected it to be this popular!
I had so much fun being Moss, especially when people lost their shit over The Internet. Thank you, Elders of The Internet, for letting me borrow it for the day.
The Internet and all! I love it!
why do boys call other boys “pretty boy” as an insult???? that’s probably the most flattering thing anyone could ever say to me?? call me pretty boy. tell me im the prettiest boy you’ve ever seen
Say it with me, cultural appropriation and fetishization are both forms of racism. No, it’s not “good racism” it’s gross and needs to be stopped.
rly i encourage all the girls of colour, esp black girls, to invade creative spaces that are occupied by white women. the exclusion of girls of colour in creative spaces is a conscious decision, dont walk around believing that it’s just a coincidence. if u see only white girls on a staff page, know there’s a reason behind that. and dont let that shit thrive. let ppl kno u r alive.
YOUNG HERO: A 14-year-old Bay Area boy risked his life to enter a burning apartment to save the life of his neighbor, who is disabled. Latrell McCockran then ran back in a second time to also save the man’s dog.
As the march for justice was just beginning in downtown St. Louis, photojournalist Koran Addo took what may be the most powerful image of the entire #FergusonOctober weekend.
About a block ahead of the crowd, young Nigel, doing what young boys do, darted across the street when his mother and grandmother yelled at him to wait.
At that exact moment, Koran, a higher education reporter for the St. Louis Dispatch, snapped this iconic image.
THIS IS ART