i like black people

telling people they have to watch a show or they’re bigots isn’t gonna make them want to watch it and blaming a show being cancelled on other shows makes no goddamn sense lmao

Finn : a complexe, well-rounded, loveable black character

Hux : a white guy we saw 3 minutes in the movie, who said 3 lines, so 
insignificant I didn’t even remember he was there after seeing the movie 


..waking from a long and terrible nightmare.

America has literally created a system where living around black people makes the value of ur house go down.

I want you guys to really understand how much America has fucked shit up for black people. I feel like we’re obligated to burn this shit down.

So I know like 90% of the fandom is against black paladin Keith and like for the most part, I’m kinda iffy about it myself. But hear me out. Black paladin Keith… whose right-hand man is Lance. Lance acts as an advisor of sorts, whom Keith trusts, no questions asked. If Shiro isn’t going to listen to Lance, Keith will. Keith already knows Lance is capable and takes the mission seriously (even though he seems to take little else seriously. That’s not to say he isn’t serious, just he copes differently). They have already experienced first hand that working together yields success. And already we can see that when it gets down the nitty gritty, they fall into a harmonious efficiency, despite the air of competitiveness between them. Keith is the drive and the passion and Lance, the patience and positivity. Together they make an unstoppable force. A good team, if you will. 

Y’all do realise that the only reason Ciel acts the way he does he’s being raised by a literal demon. Like this child went through a horrific traumatic experience that left him with major trust issues and rather than get the love and support he needs he has a this avatar of evil itself encouraging and magnifying every destructive emotion because he finds it amusing.

Ciel’s not a terrible person - Sebastian is.

i rlly like the idea of them just chilling in the afterlife or smth

no wonder solange performs in museums. that’s performance art, her songs are art, and the fact that they’re performed in museums is also a statement. she said herself she wants to make space for black people to be avant garde. she wants to send that message and is so intentional about it, and it’s such an important mission on its own too. like yes, black people are avant garde. black people are art. 


“You people, incapable of accepting the world as it is,” says the man to whom the world handed everything.


All of you are so strong, you are.
I suppose I ought to work a tad harder if I’m going to keep up now.