Stevie Wonder - It’s Wrong (Apartheid)
“You know apartheid’s wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha)
Like slavery was wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha)
Like the holocaust was wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha)
Apartheid is wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha), wrong
It’s wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha)
Wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha), wrong (Qha)”
Happy White People’s Independence Day!
Independence Day also has nothing to do with white people’s independence slavery wasn’t even largely present at the time America split from GB…
“with the presence of 450,000 enslaved African Americans in the 13 colonies. Slavery was practiced in every colony in 1775, but it was crucial to the economy and social structure from the Chesapeake region south to Georgia. Slave labor produced the great export crops of the South-tobacco, rice, indigo, and naval stores. Bringing slaves from Africa and the West Indies had made settlement of the New World possible and highly profitable. ” (x)
who had the exact same face tho?
white people need to stop making up history up like nigga’s can’t google the truth in 30 seconds
Alot of people really don’t know what their talking about when calling people dark skinned. Being intensely melinated is a blessing. All those that have a problem with dark skin show their indoctrination into systems that caste people based on their melanin content.
Look at the BEAUTY of this man.
There’s an exciting brand that I’ve been seeing all over these social media streets that has me excited and they go by the name of Bantu Wax. Founded in 2009 by Yodit Eklund, Bantu Wax is an African surf and lifestyle brand that’s main goal is to “make people aware that there are amazing beaches and great surf in Africa.”
Yodit found a void and quickly filled it. I admire her motivation behind creating the brand.
"Inspired by Africa’s transition from dark continent bearer of light, tales of the mermaid goddess of oceans Mami Wata, and a passion for surfing, Bantu was created by merging the rich history of African art and textiles with Africa’s deeply rooted surf culture."
Africa is growing, and with multiple companies eyes on the continent, Bantu Wax is doing an awesome job of preserving African culture not only through the use of Africa’s textiles but also creating jobs and helping local communities while changing the outside view of the continent.
Camden Souvenir ➰
things that should not concern u:
- the length of a woman’s skirt
- the tightness of a woman’s top
- how many people a woman has slept with
things that should concern u:
- america’s gun laws
- that u haven’t petted enough dogs today
- harry potter named a kid albus severus