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thatsgoodweed:

can we have a moment of silence for all the dropped bongs and bowls out there..

thatsgoodweed:

can we have a moment of silence for all the dropped bongs and bowls out there..

blastortoise:

i think the wildest thing about the Boston Tea Party thing is that the whites decided to dress up as Native Americans in order to deflect blame and place the fault once again on POCs. Even when fighting for their own freedom whites had to use POCs as scapegoats i’m laughing so hard

nativeamericannews:

One Music Festival Takes a Stand Against Hipster Headdresses
The Bass Coast Electronic Music and Arts Festival, which takes place August 1-4 in Merritt, British Columbia, has taken the unprecedented step of banning feather headdresses (or “warbonnets”) at the event.

nativeamericannews:

One Music Festival Takes a Stand Against Hipster Headdresses

The Bass Coast Electronic Music and Arts Festival, which takes place August 1-4 in Merritt, British Columbia, has taken the unprecedented step of banning feather headdresses (or “warbonnets”) at the event.

teatattoo:

NOTHING BETTER THAN SHOWERING AND PUTTING ON A BIG TSHIRT AND GETTING INTO BED WITH CLEAN SHEETS LITERALLY NOTHING DON’T FIGHT ME ON THIS


Selena Quintanilla-Perez <3 
April 16, 1971 – March 31, 1995

Selena Quintanilla-Perez <3 

April 16, 1971 – March 31, 1995
georgetakei:

RethinkHomelessness asked our #homeless friends to write down a fact about themselves that other people wouldn’t know just by walking past them. Their answers may surprise you.
georgetakei:

Troll trolling at its best.
You know, when a man is raped you never hear about what he was wearing.
George Takei (via babe-batt)

lookdifferentmtv:

Spotlight Series: 5 Times George Takei Inspired Us

1. When he took on his legendary role as Sulu and gave the Asian community a hero. “So many people have told me that for the first time they had someone they could relate to and be proud of when they turned on Star Trek… because they saw an Asian character who was not a stereotype, who was in many ways a hero, who was part of the leadership team…and that made them feel proud.” (YouTube)

2.  When he opened up about growing up on a Japanese internment camp. “Life in prison became routine. We lined up three times a day to eat lousy food, I went with my father to a mass shower, and then I started school. The irony that I still remember is that they taught us the Pledge of Allegiance, and I could see the barbed wire fence and the sentry tower right outside my schoolhouse window as I recited, “…with liberty and justice for all.” (The Daily Beast)

3. When he marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a teenage activist. “I was in a civil rights musical at that time, Fly Blackbird, and I met Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and shook his hand. I was involved in activism from my teenage days, then the peace movement during the Vietnam War, then the redress movement for Japanese-Americans.” (The Daily Beast)

4. When he broke his silence on LGBT rights and came out.  “I decided to come out to the press after then-Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed legislation granting marriage equality in California. I was outraged that he would cave to political pressures, but also inspired by the young people I saw demonstrating against his actions.” (The Huffington Post)

5. When he reminded us that inclusiveness is not only better, but healthy too. 

For all the awesome that you are, George Takei we <3 you!