15
Jul
thechronicleofshe:

they only let us narrate yogurt commercials. 

thechronicleofshe:

they only let us narrate yogurt commercials. 

(via racebending)

14
Jul

70sbestblackalbums:

BLACK MUSIC ON SUNSET STRIP

(via dynastylnoire)

13
Jul
blackcontemporaryart:

Awol Erizku, Heads,  2013, Grid of nine archival pigment prints in custom white frames

blackcontemporaryart:

Awol Erizku, Heads,  2013, Grid of nine archival pigment prints in custom white frames

(via ghettoanime)

13
May

makingcontact:

Making Contact is partnering with Bitch Magazine and Feministing to examine how abortion is portrayed in popular culture.

What films, books, songs plays and other media should we include. So far we have:

Film

  • Dirty Dancing
  • Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her
  • Play It as It Lays
  • If These Walls Could Talk
  • Citizen Ruth

Books

  • Cider House Rules John Irving
  • When She Woke Hillary Jordan

Music

  • Papa Don’t Preach by Madonna

Give us some suggestions in the comments or send us a message.

Common and Lauryn Hill-Retrospect for Life

06
May

There’s a secret branch of the New York Public Library in the subway. The 51st Street 6 line subway station is home to the Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral branch of the New York Public Library. Librarians at the location report that they’re usually visited by the same partons, frequent commuters who are looking for something to read during their daily train ride. Like all New York librarians, though, they’re happy to answer research questions — usually about how to work the Metrocard machine. The library is currently closed for repairs, but you can visit it when it reopens in September if you need a good book for your ride home … or need to figure out how to get home.

There’s a secret branch of the New York Public Library in the subway.

The 51st Street 6 line subway station is home to the Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral branch of the New York Public Library. Librarians at the location report that they’re usually visited by the same partons, frequent commuters who are looking for something to read during their daily train ride. Like all New York librarians, though, they’re happy to answer research questions — usually about how to work the Metrocard machine. The library is currently closed for repairs, but you can visit it when it reopens in September if you need a good book for your ride home … or need to figure out how to get home.

(via mostlysignssomeportents)

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