"We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of the dreams"

3rd April 2013

Link reblogged from It's jodi! with 21 notes

It's jodi!: Reflections on Collective Trauma and Healing →


Below is a conversation on support, trauma, and healing, between myself and organizer and therapist, Iresha. To read more of Iresha’s views on trauma and healing, please read: Thoughts on Mental-Health and Revolution

Iresha: Hey jodi. You were in New Orleans for a while. What made you go and…

Tagged: mental healthtraumaactivismcollective liberation

13th January 2013


Naif Al-Mutawa: Superheroes inspired by Islam →

4th September 2012

Link reblogged from Deyka Hassan with 10 notes

Deyka Hassan: I <3 White Saviour Movies →


White people have many talents (colonialism being one of them) but their greatest talent has to be…saving people of colour. White people are REALLY good at saving people of colour. I mean, in our darkest times of need, they pop up and fix everything. They help our disillusioned youth in…

4th September 2012

Post reblogged from Ask Away with 4 notes

White People Quick Tip #4


If you ever find yourself saying something like “My computer broke down, so no internet for a week! LOL First World problems, right?” you need to close your fucking mouth and stop talking. The only First World problem that exists is not being able to grasp that people IN EVERY GODDAMN country use technology, eat the same goddamn food as you, and have the same goddamn problems.

19th August 2012

Photo reblogged from ɐuıɥɔɐɯxɐd with 94 notes


El Seed - Frankfurt, Germany
‘Will overcome, but won’t be convinced’
Tunisian sensation El Seed is in Germany this week.


El Seed - Frankfurt, Germany

‘Will overcome, but won’t be convinced’

Tunisian sensation El Seed is in Germany this week.

Tagged: street art

29th July 2012

Photo reblogged from YEBIES UNIVERSITY with 2 notes


#Ust #DC #Gentrification (Taken with Instagram)


#Ust #DC #Gentrification (Taken with Instagram)

29th July 2012

Quote reblogged from I'm not Cathy with 3 notes

Hi, this is my private home.
— Some uppity white lady to me, Ne, and Kit when she found us chilling on her Brooklyn Heights stoop. My bad, we meant to hang out at your public home.  (via excusemydrawing)

29th July 2012

Link reblogged from Empowered AfroLatina with 8 notes

Empowered AfroLatina: I never saw your color: "I always thought of you as white like the rest of us." →


This is a true real life experience my friend told me about. This is only one person. I know this kind of crap happens about 589806948609 times a minute.

“I go to visit one of my friends, she was having a get-together. In getting to her house, I quickly learn that she is part of what is…

Tagged: raceracism

29th July 2012

Link reblogged from TAL9000 with 478 notes

TAL9000: How to apologize: a guide for white people, since it seems that white people literally cannot apologize. →




“I apologize for _____. It was wrong because ______.”


No “I was trying to…”

No “My intent was…”

No “I meant that…”

No “But you…”

No “I feel so awful…”


This is because Imperialists relationships are mainly…

26th July 2012

Quote reblogged from The moon, the falling star- Look elsewhere with 9 notes

A few people start breaking their old patterns, embracing what they love (and in the process, discovering what they hate), daydreaming, questioning, rebelling. What happens naturally then, according to the revolutionary past, is a groundswell of support for this new way of being, with more and more people empowered to perform new gestures unencumbered by history
— Kalle Las, Culture Jam (via mist-before-the-peak)

Tagged: quotes