Black Culture

Christina. Guatemalan & Belizean. Frequent flyer and social change activist. A blog on all things Black.
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Collective movements for social justice do not gain traction through niceness. […] In order to bring about change, old and oppressive structures must be destroyed. Destruction is not negative if what will grow from the rubble is something that will create a safer, healthier, stronger society.
Nat King Cole & Sammy Davis Jr.

Nat King Cole & Sammy Davis Jr.

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A rich guy, a white guy and a black guy sit down at a table together. There’s a plate of 12 cookies, the rich guy grabs 11 of them and says to the white guy “watch out, that black guy’s trying to steal your cookie”.
The link between class & race and how racial resentment has been used to divide the middle and working class in the U.S

And this is what happens when you don’t protect your culture. 

The new faces of R&B and Hip-Hop: Justin Timberlake and Macklemore

So many people are interested in the TURN UP,
Well can we TURN UP Black revenue,
Can we TURN UP Black Businesses,
Can we TURN UP Black Culture and History,
Can we TURN UP Black Spirituality,
Can we TURN UP Black Love,
Can we TURN UP Black Pride.
Dean Steed (via daughterofzami)

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Max Roach

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Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones

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