"I was trippin for a minute. Then I remembered. I’m rich. #givethanks"
I love my face.
after reblogging this i opened up a card my great aunt gave me it has money in itIt could be a complete coincidence but I reblogged this yesterday and toda I fouund $40 at the fruit maket
when you got nothing you got nothing to lose
I got a job after reblogging this !
Just got a job
I want you all to not have to worry about money…
"Looking for some non-Hip-Hop tracks dedicated to #MikeBrown or related to the #Ferguson situation to air during a special program on Bondfire Radio Wednesday evening."
"You’re not as ‘conscious’ as you claim to be.. i know it.. no judgement. do you. but quit being a liar."
"Today was great in spite of people."
During WWII, Japanese American soldiers were among the first to liberate the Nazi concentration camp in Dachau, Germany. “U.S military commanders decided it would be bad public relations if Jewish prisoners were freed by Japanese American soldiers whose own families were imprisoned in American concentration camps,” therefore, these Japanese American soldiers who liberated hundreds of Jews are missing in our history lessons.
See, that implies that our history lessons actually talk about the fact that our government put Japanese Americans IN camps - and that by our silence we LET them. We condoned it. That’s on the heads of every white person who stood silently by and said nothing.
Also, yeah, not regularly taught.