postwhitesociety:

shepherdsnotsheep:

yayabey:

This what it’s come to. They just arrested peaceful protesters including a 90 year old woman and a pregnant woman. We are human and we have rights! This is bigger than #ferguson

this needs to be reblogged

man, i don’t even know what to say. just reblog. yaya bout it forreal.

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larrycoincidences:

whenever i get low on money i start thinking really irrationally like what if i hadn’t spent that $10 back in 2004 

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shez-a-bitch:

Can you say FLAWLESS? Damn

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Timestamp: 1408505897

shez-a-bitch:

Can you say FLAWLESS? Damn

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ejacutastic:

dichotomized:

The youngest person to be executed in the USA was a 14 year old black boy who didn’t get a fair trial and had to sit on a Bible in order to fit into the electric chair

His name is George Junius Stinney, Jr. , he was 14 years. 6months. and 5 days old when he was executed — and holds the title of being the youngest person ever executed in the United States in the 20th Century. In a South Carolina prison sixty-six years ago, guards walked the 14-year-old boy, bible tucked under his arm, to the electric chair. Standing only 5′ 1″ and weighing a mere 95 pounds, the straps of the chair didn’t fit, and an electrode was too big for his leg. But that didn’t matter. The switch was pulled anyway and the adult sized death mask fell from George Stinney’s face. Tears streamed from his eyes. Witnesses recoiled in horror as they sat and watched the youngest person ever executed in the United States in the past century die. Stinney was accused of killing two white girls, 11 year old Betty June Binnicker and 8 year old Mary Emma Thames, by beating them with a railroad spike then dragging their bodies to a ditch near Acolu, about five miles from Manning in central South Carolina. The girls were found a day after they disappeared following a massive manhunt. Stinney was arrested a few hours later when white men in suits came and took him away. Because of the risk of a lynching, Stinney was kept at a jail 50 miles away in Columbia, SC. Stinney’s father, who had helped look for the girls, was fired immediately and ordered to leave his home and the sawmill where he worked. His family was told to leave town prior to the trial to avoid further retribution. An atmosphere of lynch mob hysteria hung over the courthouse. Without family visits, the 14 year old had to endure the trial and death alone. Community activists are still fighting to clear Stinney’s name, saying the young boy couldn’t possibly have killed two girls. In several cases like Stinney’s, petitions are being made before parole boards and courts are being asked to overturn decisions made when society’s thumb was weighing the scales of justice against blacks.

“when society’s thumb was weighing the scales of justice against blacks” yeah because that’s ancient history right?

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Timestamp: 1408505744

ejacutastic:

dichotomized:

The youngest person to be executed in the USA was a 14 year old black boy who didn’t get a fair trial and had to sit on a Bible in order to fit into the electric chair

His name is George Junius Stinney, Jr. , he was 14 years. 6months. and 5 days old when he was executed — and holds the title of being the youngest person ever executed in the United States in the 20th Century. In a South Carolina prison sixty-six years ago, guards walked the 14-year-old boy, bible tucked under his arm, to the electric chair. Standing only 5′ 1″ and weighing a mere 95 pounds, the straps of the chair didn’t fit, and an electrode was too big for his leg. But that didn’t matter. The switch was pulled anyway and the adult sized death mask fell from George Stinney’s face. Tears streamed from his eyes. Witnesses recoiled in horror as they sat and watched the youngest person ever executed in the United States in the past century die. Stinney was accused of killing two white girls, 11 year old Betty June Binnicker and 8 year old Mary Emma Thames, by beating them with a railroad spike then dragging their bodies to a ditch near Acolu, about five miles from Manning in central South Carolina. The girls were found a day after they disappeared following a massive manhunt. Stinney was arrested a few hours later when white men in suits came and took him away. Because of the risk of a lynching, Stinney was kept at a jail 50 miles away in Columbia, SC. Stinney’s father, who had helped look for the girls, was fired immediately and ordered to leave his home and the sawmill where he worked. His family was told to leave town prior to the trial to avoid further retribution. An atmosphere of lynch mob hysteria hung over the courthouse. Without family visits, the 14 year old had to endure the trial and death alone. Community activists are still fighting to clear Stinney’s name, saying the young boy couldn’t possibly have killed two girls. In several cases like Stinney’s, petitions are being made before parole boards and courts are being asked to overturn decisions made when society’s thumb was weighing the scales of justice against blacks.

“when society’s thumb was weighing the scales of justice against blacks” yeah because that’s ancient history right?

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bbyph4t:

tayelchapo:

il-tenore-regina:

theultraintrovert:

purpbanga:

blacknoonajade:

halaalpussy:

ratchetivity:

thomasjay32:

Bruh what is this dude vine

I love black ppl

STOOOOOOP PLEAHE !!!!

I REALLY CAAAAAAAAAAAN’T!

Lmaaaaaaaooooooo press play

Cna we get a full song though!!!!!!!!!!!!

OMFG LOL PLS 

LMAO

lmaooooooooo life

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trippiest:

what a beautiful day to not be in high school

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maliciousmelons:

when you are in a hurry and someone wont let the conversation end

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