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Discriminize: Today is the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X. He lost his life fighting for justice and equality in America. It was yesterday but so what. Malcolm X quotes mean just as much now as they did 50 years ago "Concerning nonviolence: It is criminal to teach a man not to defend himself, when he is the constant victim of brutal attacks. It is legal and lawful to own a shotgun or a rifle. We believe in obeying the law." "It doesn't mean that I advocate violence, but at the same time, I am not against using violence in self-defense. I don't call it violence when it's self-defense, I call it intelligence." "Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today." "Look at yourselves. Some of you teenagers, students. How do you think I feel and I belong to a generation ahead of you - how do you think I feel to have to tell you, 'We, my generation, sat around like a knot on a wall while the whole world was fighting for its hum an rights - and you've got to be born into a society where you still have that same fight.' What did we do, who preceded you ? I'll tell you what we did. Nothing. And don't you make the same mistake we made...." "Our objective is complete freedom, justice and equality by any means necessary." "The day that the black man takes an uncompromising step and realizes that he's within his rights, when his own freedom is being jeopardized, to use any means necessary to bring about his freedom or put a halt to that injustice, I don't think he'll be by himself." "If violence is wrong in America, violence is wrong abroad. If it is wrong to be violent defending black women and black children and black babies and black men, then it is wrong for America to draft us, and make us violent abroad in defense of her. And if it is right for America to draft us, and teach us how to be violent in defense of her, then it is right for you and me to do whatever is necessary to defend our own people right here in this country." "I am not a racist. I am against every form of racism and segregation, every form of discrimination. I believe in human beings, and that all human beings should be respected as such, regardless of their color." -Malcolm X chakabars
Discriminize: Today is the 52nd anniversary of the
 assassination of Malcolm X. He lost his
 life fighting for justice and equality in
 America.
It was yesterday but so what. Malcolm X quotes mean just as much now as they did 50 years ago "Concerning nonviolence: It is criminal to teach a man not to defend himself, when he is the constant victim of brutal attacks. It is legal and lawful to own a shotgun or a rifle. We believe in obeying the law." "It doesn't mean that I advocate violence, but at the same time, I am not against using violence in self-defense. I don't call it violence when it's self-defense, I call it intelligence." "Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today." "Look at yourselves. Some of you teenagers, students. How do you think I feel and I belong to a generation ahead of you - how do you think I feel to have to tell you, 'We, my generation, sat around like a knot on a wall while the whole world was fighting for its hum an rights - and you've got to be born into a society where you still have that same fight.' What did we do, who preceded you ? I'll tell you what we did. Nothing. And don't you make the same mistake we made...." "Our objective is complete freedom, justice and equality by any means necessary." "The day that the black man takes an uncompromising step and realizes that he's within his rights, when his own freedom is being jeopardized, to use any means necessary to bring about his freedom or put a halt to that injustice, I don't think he'll be by himself." "If violence is wrong in America, violence is wrong abroad. If it is wrong to be violent defending black women and black children and black babies and black men, then it is wrong for America to draft us, and make us violent abroad in defense of her. And if it is right for America to draft us, and teach us how to be violent in defense of her, then it is right for you and me to do whatever is necessary to defend our own people right here in this country." "I am not a racist. I am against every form of racism and segregation, every form of discrimination. I believe in human beings, and that all human beings should be respected as such, regardless of their color." -Malcolm X chakabars

It was yesterday but so what. Malcolm X quotes mean just as much now as they did 50 years ago "Concerning nonviolence: It is criminal to...

Discriminize: OOM Baller Alert's Black History Month Facts- blogged by @Peachkyss ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Did you know DonyaleLuna was the black woman to cover HarpersBazaar and VogueUK ? Donyale Luna was the first black model who really began to change things that enabled more diverse beauty paradigms to break through. She was discovered on a Detroit street in the same year as the Civil Rights Act, which prohibited discrimination based on race, colour, religion or national origin. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Donyale Luna was very tall and slender, and had the most incredible bone structure. At the age of 18 she was introduced to Nancy White in NYC. White was so impressed by the young beauty that she immediately had her sketched by an illustrator, and the result ran on the cover of the January 1965 edition of Harper's Bazaar , the first ever to feature a black model. That opened more doors for the model. She made history again on March 1966, when she became the first black model to feature on the cover of British Vogue in a stylish, Picasso-influenced composition shot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Due to her drug addiction, her career was cut short by an accidental heroine overdose. Donyale Luna has opened many doors for all the great models today and will always be remembered for accomplishments. bablackhistory blackhistorymonth
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Baller Alert's Black History Month Facts- blogged by @Peachkyss ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Did you know DonyaleLuna was the black woman to cover HarpersBazaar and VogueUK ? Donyale Luna was the first black model who really began to change things that enabled more diverse beauty paradigms to break through. She was discovered on a Detroit street in the same year as the Civil Rights Act, which prohibited discrimination based on race, colour, religion or national origin. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Donyale Luna was very tall and slender, and had the most incredible bone structure. At the age of 18 she was introduced to Nancy White in NYC. White was so impressed by the young beauty that she immediately had her sketched by an illustrator, and the result ran on the cover of the January 1965 edition of Harper's Bazaar , the first ever to feature a black model. That opened more doors for the model. She made history again on March 1966, when she became the first black model to feature on the cover of British Vogue in a stylish, Picasso-influenced composition shot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Due to her drug addiction, her career was cut short by an accidental heroine overdose. Donyale Luna has opened many doors for all the great models today and will always be remembered for accomplishments. bablackhistory blackhistorymonth

Baller Alert's Black History Month Facts- blogged by @Peachkyss ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Did you know DonyaleLuna was the black woman to cover Har...

Discriminize: #Black HistoryMonth Kimberlé Crenshaw, the woman who introduced the theory of Intersectionality to feminism in 1989 ebels Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights, Black feminist legal theory, and race, racism and the law. Her work has been foundational in two fields of study that have come to be known by terms that she coined: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality. Crenshaw’s articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, National Black Law Journal, Stanford Law Review and Southern California Law Review. She is the founding coordinator of the Critical Race Theory Workshop, and the co-editor of the volume, Critical Race Theory: Key Documents That Shaped the Movement. Crenshaw has lectured widely on race matters, addressing audiences across the country as well as in Europe, India, Africa and South America. A specialist on race and gender equality, she has facilitated workshops for human rights activists in Brazil and in India, and for constitutional court judges in South Africa. Her groundbreaking work on “Intersectionality” has traveled globally and was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution. Crenshaw authored the background paper on Race and Gender Discrimination for the United Nation’s World Conference on Racism, served as the Rapporteur for the conference’s Expert Group on Gender and Race Discrimination, and coordinated NGO efforts to ensure the inclusion of gender in the WCAR Conference Declaration. She is a leading voice in calling for a gender-inclusive approach to racial justice interventions, having spearheaded the Why We Can’t Wait Campaign and co-authored Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected, and Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality Against Black Women.
Discriminize:  #Black HistoryMonth Kimberlé
 Crenshaw, the woman who introduced
 the theory of Intersectionality to
 feminism in 1989
 ebels
Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights, Black feminist legal theory, and race, racism and the law. Her work has been foundational in two fields of study that have come to be known by terms that she coined: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality. Crenshaw’s articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, National Black Law Journal, Stanford Law Review and Southern California Law Review. She is the founding coordinator of the Critical Race Theory Workshop, and the co-editor of the volume, Critical Race Theory: Key Documents That Shaped the Movement. Crenshaw has lectured widely on race matters, addressing audiences across the country as well as in Europe, India, Africa and South America. A specialist on race and gender equality, she has facilitated workshops for human rights activists in Brazil and in India, and for constitutional court judges in South Africa. Her groundbreaking work on “Intersectionality” has traveled globally and was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution. Crenshaw authored the background paper on Race and Gender Discrimination for the United Nation’s World Conference on Racism, served as the Rapporteur for the conference’s Expert Group on Gender and Race Discrimination, and coordinated NGO efforts to ensure the inclusion of gender in the WCAR Conference Declaration. She is a leading voice in calling for a gender-inclusive approach to racial justice interventions, having spearheaded the Why We Can’t Wait Campaign and co-authored Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected, and Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality Against Black Women.

Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights, Black feminist l...

Discriminize: MOST RACIST MOMENT worthy review.com ON TV EVER! I'm sure many people were surprised at the comments made by this man . He appears to be Polynesian and acknowledges he is an ethic minority yet he still held racist views against blacks in general. This phenomenon is more common than one might think. I grew up with neighbors that were from Honduras and El Salvador in New Orleans and we got along great. Yet as I got older an traveled more I started to see how Dominicans treated Haitians , how Cubans treated blacks in Miami . Wherever Hispanics had a ethic majority they were just as racist if not more than whites in some cases . They will practice housing and employment discrimination on Jim Crow levels if possible. Black people are some of the most loving and supportive people willing to show empathy and ride for people that would exploit them in a heartbeat. It's not just Hispanics, Jews , Arabs and , Asians behave in the same manner whenever possible. Black people are the mules of society and the black woman carries the largest of the burden . Many ethic minorities may have a black friend or spouse but still view the race as a whole as inferior . I'm sorry for pointing this out but I felt it needed to be said . 17thsoulja BlackIG17th Lastly even some Caribbean and African blacks don't like African Americans. The black American is truly culturally alone in the world. Isolated by design forced to assimilate simply to survive. OrphanedAfricans
Discriminize: MOST RACIST MOMENT
 worthy review.com
 ON TV EVER!
I'm sure many people were surprised at the comments made by this man . He appears to be Polynesian and acknowledges he is an ethic minority yet he still held racist views against blacks in general. This phenomenon is more common than one might think. I grew up with neighbors that were from Honduras and El Salvador in New Orleans and we got along great. Yet as I got older an traveled more I started to see how Dominicans treated Haitians , how Cubans treated blacks in Miami . Wherever Hispanics had a ethic majority they were just as racist if not more than whites in some cases . They will practice housing and employment discrimination on Jim Crow levels if possible. Black people are some of the most loving and supportive people willing to show empathy and ride for people that would exploit them in a heartbeat. It's not just Hispanics, Jews , Arabs and , Asians behave in the same manner whenever possible. Black people are the mules of society and the black woman carries the largest of the burden . Many ethic minorities may have a black friend or spouse but still view the race as a whole as inferior . I'm sorry for pointing this out but I felt it needed to be said . 17thsoulja BlackIG17th Lastly even some Caribbean and African blacks don't like African Americans. The black American is truly culturally alone in the world. Isolated by design forced to assimilate simply to survive. OrphanedAfricans

I'm sure many people were surprised at the comments made by this man . He appears to be Polynesian and acknowledges he is an ethic minori...

Discriminize: Should we also ban white male teenagers? If it wasn't for the Columbine and Charleston shooters 22 people would still be alive. Steve Hirsch Stevenwhirsch99 With a #Muslim Ban, the San Bernardino shooting would have never happened and 14 people would still be alive. Thank you #President Trump! if you're still a trump supporter, unfollow. im not even going to fight with you. you have freedom of speech, but i have freedom in this account to delete it if your speech is hateful. people worked hard and waited to get their visas and green cards and now it's being taken away due to someone's xenophobic views. this is borderline unconstitutional and ridiculous. im angry im angry so angry very angry. he mentioned 9-11 numerous times, but where the hijackers came from isn't even one of the countries that he's banning from immigrating here. there are refugees trying to immigrate to america because they are in danger ! most of the murders in america are from our own citizens !!!!!!! if you live in new york, go to jfk and protest if you can !!!! let them in !!!!!!!!! this isn't an act for our national security, this is an act of discrimination. - wow this post blew up and im glad to see that most of you guys are supportive and there were a handful of people that i did block, but on the most part, i love the feedback. y'all if you even read the caption im going to take a little break online while my notifs go off so if there are people asking questions maybe you can start a discussion with them !
Discriminize: Should we also ban white male
 teenagers? If it wasn't for the
 Columbine and Charleston shooters 22
 people would still be alive.
 Steve Hirsch
 Stevenwhirsch99
 With a #Muslim Ban, the San Bernardino
 shooting would have never happened and 14
 people would still be alive. Thank you
 #President Trump!
if you're still a trump supporter, unfollow. im not even going to fight with you. you have freedom of speech, but i have freedom in this account to delete it if your speech is hateful. people worked hard and waited to get their visas and green cards and now it's being taken away due to someone's xenophobic views. this is borderline unconstitutional and ridiculous. im angry im angry so angry very angry. he mentioned 9-11 numerous times, but where the hijackers came from isn't even one of the countries that he's banning from immigrating here. there are refugees trying to immigrate to america because they are in danger ! most of the murders in america are from our own citizens !!!!!!! if you live in new york, go to jfk and protest if you can !!!! let them in !!!!!!!!! this isn't an act for our national security, this is an act of discrimination. - wow this post blew up and im glad to see that most of you guys are supportive and there were a handful of people that i did block, but on the most part, i love the feedback. y'all if you even read the caption im going to take a little break online while my notifs go off so if there are people asking questions maybe you can start a discussion with them !

if you're still a trump supporter, unfollow. im not even going to fight with you. you have freedom of speech, but i have freedom in this...