freedom fighter.

freedom fighter.

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queer. afro-latina by way of puerto rico. miami raised, washington, d.c. [howard u] bred. radical womanist. opera singer turned domestic violence & sexual assault counselor. pan-africanist. hiv harm reductionist. grad school student. former english teacher in korea. coffee addict. vegetarian. whipper of my hair.

twitter.com/aliciasanchez:

    rabbitglitter:

cleopatronising:

#asthma but make it fashion 💎

LOVE IT

must do.

    rabbitglitter:

    cleopatronising:

    #asthma but make it fashion 💎

    LOVE IT

    must do.

    — 1 week ago with 611 notes
    ruthhopkins:

Taken in Cuba. Keep it poppin for the revolution ;)

    ruthhopkins:

    Taken in Cuba. Keep it poppin for the revolution ;)

    (via nezua)

    — 1 week ago with 1236 notes
    The Artist Behind the "Stop Telling Women to Smile" Street Art Has Big Plans This Week | Bitch Media →

    thenewwomensmovement:

    Check this out, everyone!

    This is International Anti-Street Harassment Week and Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is organizing an artistic experiment she hopes will impact cities around the world. Anyone can request PDFs of her posters and instructions for how to wheat paste. Then, during the afternoon or evening of Friday, April 4, everyone can put up the posters in their community.”

    who’s down dc?

    (Source: thenewwomensmovement, via ethiopienne)

    — 2 weeks ago with 308 notes
    gogogadgetgoatkins:

Mary Bowser, former slave of the Van Lew family, infiltrated the Confederacy by working as a servant in the household of Jefferson Davis. Bowser was assumed to be illiterate, and as a black woman was below suspicion. Practically invisible, she was able to listen to conversations between Confederate officials and read sensitive documents, gathering information that she handed over to the Union.
(From National Woman’s History Museum Facebook Page)

    gogogadgetgoatkins:

    Mary Bowser, former slave of the Van Lew family, infiltrated the Confederacy by working as a servant in the household of Jefferson Davis. Bowser was assumed to be illiterate, and as a black woman was below suspicion. Practically invisible, she was able to listen to conversations between Confederate officials and read sensitive documents, gathering information that she handed over to the Union.

    (From National Woman’s History Museum Facebook Page)

    (via howtobeterrell)

    — 2 weeks ago with 28241 notes
    rocke/it til water falls.

    rocke/it til water falls.

    (Source: samcannon, via nezua)

    — 2 weeks ago with 176133 notes
    eatcakey:

que bonita banderaaaaaaaa

    eatcakey:

    que bonita banderaaaaaaaa

    (Source: negritadocumentary)

    — 2 weeks ago with 497 notes