robert kelley

When George Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon Martin, an unarmed, teenage pedestrian returning home one rainy February evening from a neighborhood convenience store, the NRA went mute. Neither NRA officials nor the pro-gun wing of the Republican Party argued that had Trayvon Martin been armed, he would be alive today.

Robin D.G. Kelley goes on to explain that the justice system did not fail in the Zimmerman case, rather it functioned precisely as it was designed to–against black people

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Batgirl (2000-2006) #8

Oh, lord, I lose control every time I see this. It’s sincerely one of the most hilarious things Cass does the whole series and yet it is also so bad ass you can’t help but feel your jaw drop. Like I can’t believe she just did that!

But she did. And it was amazing, even if Cass herself doesn’t like her tactics all that much.

It’s okay, gurl. I got your back on this one. I wish I could sucker punch Lady Shiva. Definitely wouldn’t feel bad about it.


Batgirl (2000-2006) #28

“So. See ya. We now return you to your regularly scheduled secret freaky ninja training.”

This hurts my heart so much. UGH. If only Cass knew how to express what she’s feeling to Steph, let her know how much their friendship and training has meant to her.

Gets me, man. Gets me.

When Star Trek: The Motion Picture hit screens, it was at the time thought to be the most expensive motion picture ever made, with a total pricetag of $46 million. This included the costs for the never-made Star Trek: Phase II series along with multiple other attempts to bring the series to the big screen.

(In fact, Superman: The Movie ended up beating it with a final budget of $54 million, a fact that was kept hidden for several years after the movie’s release.)

A lone African-American student waits for class to start at a newly integrated high school. Robert W. Kelley. Clinton, Tennessee, 1956

That’s courage right there. If anyone asks what it looks like. #Love it!