Exactly. It's the same concept as when people who don't like an individual black person use racial slurs against them. Like, you don't have to like them as an individual, but using racist attacks against them IS RACIST.

Exactly. It's the same concept as when people who don't like an individual black person use racial slurs against them. Like, you don't have to like them as an individual, but using racist attacks against them IS RACIST.

Do you know #padel? It's a very famous #sport here in Spain.  . This a logo for an online padel store. What dontou think? I have to confess I don't really like #blue (I'm a red and black person) but I'm really proud of this work  . Hope you like it!  #logo_every_day #designer #logo #logodesign #graphicdesigner #design #identity #branding #onlinestore #graphicdesigncentral #logoroom #delightgraphics #branidentity #inspiration #portfolio #logoinspiration #businesssolutions #flatdesign

Do you know #padel? It's a very famous #sport here in Spain. . This a logo for an online padel store. What dontou think? I have to confess I don't really like #blue (I'm a red and black person) but I'm really proud of this work . Hope you like it! #logo_every_day #designer #logo #logodesign #graphicdesigner #design #identity #branding #onlinestore #graphicdesigncentral #logoroom #delightgraphics #branidentity #inspiration #portfolio #logoinspiration #businesssolutions #flatdesign

OP says: "Black people don't get to say a white person is racist just because said white person doesn't happen to like said black person as a human being." I say: i see where ur priorities are if ur immediate response to this pin is defensiveness -> fucking thank you

OP says: "Black people don't get to say a white person is racist just because said white person doesn't happen to like said black person as a human being." I say: i see where ur priorities are if ur immediate response to this pin is defensiveness -> fucking thank you

Back in your day you'd throw a fit if a black person drank out of the same water fountain as you

Back in your day you'd throw a fit if a black person drank out of the same water fountain as you

The law seems to operate on behalf of police officers rather than the people they are sworn to serve. A police officer kills a black person in a show of excessive force and is then acquitted of all charges in a court of law. This sequence of events has played out time and again.

The law seems to operate on behalf of police officers rather than the people they are sworn to serve. A police officer kills a black person in a show of excessive force and is then acquitted of all charges in a court of law. This sequence of events has played out time and again.

I was talking to a friend about my weekend plans, and I told her that I probably wouldn’t do much because I’d probably have the bubble guts nervously awaiting  the season premiere of Game of Thrones. Her reply perplexed me, shook me to my core and made me rethink many of the choices that I’ve made in my life.

I was talking to a friend about my weekend plans, and I told her that I probably wouldn’t do much because I’d probably have the bubble guts nervously awaiting the season premiere of Game of Thrones. Her reply perplexed me, shook me to my core and made me rethink many of the choices that I’ve made in my life.

It’s still hard for me to believe that last month I almost became a hashtag — another black person gunned down by a panicky cop. I don’t have a criminal record.…

It’s still hard for me to believe that last month I almost became a hashtag — another black person gunned down by a panicky cop. I don’t have a criminal record.…

Why does it make people so uncomfortable to use the term [noir] in french when it comes to describe an actual - black - person? Doesn't accepting what and who we are includes being comfortable with saying it out loud - and not using nor accepting others to use euphemisms or alternative words? [ NOIR ] as this media - is a will to remove complexes and discomforts, and bring a new narrative promoting a greater image of African, black, [ NOIR ] women (and men) all around the world. [ NOIR ]…

Why does it make people so uncomfortable to use the term [noir] in french when it comes to describe an actual - black - person? Doesn't accepting what and who we are includes being comfortable with saying it out loud - and not using nor accepting others to use euphemisms or alternative words? [ NOIR ] as this media - is a will to remove complexes and discomforts, and bring a new narrative promoting a greater image of African, black, [ NOIR ] women (and men) all around the world. [ NOIR ]…

The Panthers used to ride around and follow the police.  So the cops would pull over a black person... and get ready to rough him up, but then there were the Panthers right behind them. Watching, armed to the teeth, and citing legal statutes. It’s inspirational.

The Panthers used to ride around and follow the police. So the cops would pull over a black person... and get ready to rough him up, but then there were the Panthers right behind them. Watching, armed to the teeth, and citing legal statutes. It’s inspirational.

No black person is safe in America - Salon.com

No black person is safe in America

No black person is safe in America - Salon.com

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