THIS BLOG EXISTS BECAUSE I LOVE BEING BLACK
Now when we get in this store don’t touch nothing.
African American Proverb; Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)

My mother.

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Stay where I can see you.
African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)
[Your sister’s name] [Your brother’s name] [Your cousin’s name] [Your sister’s name] [Your name]
African American Parents trying to get a child’s attention. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)
You don’t need to go to a sleepover. You got your own house and bed.
A black mother who does “not know what your friends’ parents do.” Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)

Hahahahahahah

Anonymous asked:
Did you graduate college?

frinksx2:

imsoshive:

Why? You hiring?

Lmaooo likeabihh


signedfury:

I’d just like to give honor to this young lady for changing the game. You need to recognize that she inspired Elmo to perform this song and dance. ELMO! Elmo is like elementary school student’s Beyoncé!

Why do they give you a biography on black folk acting nutty on the evening news, but I don’t know this little girl’s name? Everybody knows this Vine, recreates this Vine, and/or mixes it into a trap beat. Someone needs to give this girl a trophy. Pay for her dance classes. Give her tickets to The Carter tour! KNOW HER! SHE IS LEGENDARY!

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the black woman is the most unprotected, unloved woman on earth…she is the only flower on earth…that grows unwatered.
kola boof, egyptian-sudanese-american novelist and poet   (via shaelii)

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