fyblackwomenart:

New Mystery Pirate by DanHowardArt

atomicdomme:

a lot of people talk like capitalism is necessary to have innovation and I just think of all the brilliant and creative people I know who spend all of their time and energy worrying about how they’re going to have a roof over their heads and food to eat. capitalism doesn’t drive innovation, it stifles it and shackles it to the endlessly wasteful machinery of exploitation.

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"Before Mercedes, Lexus and Audi… the standard for luxurycars was the Cadillac. For decadesCadillac represented lavishness. The brand introduced the electric starter, leather upholstery, and the world’s first limousine. But the Cadillac was also an icon of American success… especially for African American men.

WDET’s Martina Guzman spoke to photographer and scholar Bill Gaskins about a series he’s developing called the Cadillac Chronicles, recording the relationship between African American men and Cadillacs.”

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Odetta & Tennessee Ernie Ford - Pastures Of Plenty/Nine Pound Hammer/I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago

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Supporting Authors When You Can’t Buy Their Books

se-smith:

Supporting Authors When You Can’t Buy Their Books

For authors, survival in the publishing world is mediated by a number of factors, but one of the most important is sales. If people are buying your books, your publisher is interested in acquiring more of your books and producing them. If people are not, and you’re not earning out your advances, you’re of less interest to your publisher, and you’re going to have to work harder to find a home for…

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bankuei:

Satoshi Kon - Editing Space & Time

One of the best animation directors ever. Period.

I’ve only seen Tokyo Godfathers. I definitely need to check out the rest of his work.

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TINA TURNER

TINA TURNER

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mustyballsack:

mustyballsack:

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thefootlightclub:

Tina Turner - Twenty Four Seven

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hamamael:

brilliant, never before seen fantasy ideas!!!!

  • allegories for racism using white people and some race of mythical creatures who are all also white people
  • allegories for lgbt*qia identities using someone being cursed or a werewolf and they are still a…
zuky:

Here are the Brown Skin Models, photographed in the 1930s at the Palace Theatre on Beale Street in Memphis. Led by dancer A.J. Burnett (above, center), the Brown Skin Models were said to be the height of glamour and showbiz in that era, performing alongside musical acts and in variety shows all over the US. This, too, is part of the rich cultural history that emerged from Memphis alongside rock ‘n’ roll.

zuky:

Here are the Brown Skin Models, photographed in the 1930s at the Palace Theatre on Beale Street in Memphis. Led by dancer A.J. Burnett (above, center), the Brown Skin Models were said to be the height of glamour and showbiz in that era, performing alongside musical acts and in variety shows all over the US. This, too, is part of the rich cultural history that emerged from Memphis alongside rock ‘n’ roll.

89cats:

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89cats:

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