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griseldablondco:

postracialcomments:

lovedlux:

blackymiles:

thechanelmuse:

"I just hope that the husbands don’t mistake me as one of the dark."

Remember that time that white lady traveled to Namibia, wanting to be dressed as a traditional Himba women, and they all laughed at her ol dumb ass? “The women’s howls of laughter are still ringing in my ears.” Pure comedy lmao. 

She just doesn’t get it.

I AM IN TEARS.

lmfaoooooo this is perfect

THIS HOE LOST


leavethecoinsonthedresser:

youngblackandvegan:

black—lamb:

*logs off forever*

This always reminds me of Rhea.

(Source: hittinswitches)



comicenginealex:

I think making Instructional comics is going to be my thing, I really enjoyed doing this. In case you didn’t I’ve done a lot of traveling, quite often to Hot Spots around the world, and I’ve picked up a few practical and not so practical skills and knowledge that I’d like to share with you guys in the form of these Comics.

The character taking you through this process is named Jackie from another comic that I’m working on called ‘The Blitz’. 
Let me know how I’m doing.


dynamicafrica:

Speakers For The Dead: Documentary about the original black settlers of Priceville, Ontario Canada.

When Irish settlers first moved to the area now known as Priceville in Ontario Canada, to their surprise, they found a community of black people already living there.

This documentary reveals some of the hidden history of black people in Canada.

In the 1930s in rural Ontario, a farmer buried the tombstones of a black cemetery to make way for a potato patch. In the 1980s, descendants of the original settlers, Black and White, came together to restore the cemetery, but there were hidden truths no one wanted to discuss.

Deep racial wounds were opened. Scenes of the cemetery excavation, interviews with residents and re-enactments—including one of a baseball game where a broken headstone is used for home plate—add to the film’s emotional intensity.

By Jennifer Holness, & David Sutherland, 2000.

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tinyhousedarling:

Stackable Oven Trays: Entire Meal, One Oven

Imagine yourself an entire meal cooked in one oven at the same time. Impossible? Think again – With Menu’s Stackable Oven Trays you can do exactly that. Here you have a stackable oven dish set that can be stacked inside and outside the oven. The openings on the sides allow warmth in the oven to circulate freely and heat food in all the dishes at once.

This unique oven-to-table cookware set offers different combinations: two medium sized dishes fit on top of the largest one, and two of the smaller ones fit on top of the mediums, so that each dish or ingredient is heated separately. The dishes are fitted with four heat-resistant silicone legs at each corner, so that you can take them directly out of the oven and set them onto the tabletop without using trivets – How clever is that?!

We want it all and we want it now, right? That goes for everything, including our food. So coming across this set of dishes is really everything we need and want. This set was crafted of porcelain and ensures strength, durability and an easy-to-clean surface. We wanted it all, well, we got it, literally. Smell that? Something good is cooking…

What about storage, you ask… Well, this unique dish set takes up minimum space not only in the oven but in your kitchen cabinets as well. Stack them all up and they’ll fit right in. Small Dish: 4.7” W x 6.7” D.; Medium Dish: 9.4” W x 6.7” D; Large Dish: 13.8” W x 9.5” D.