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musiqchild007:

skeetbucket:

viajeremy:

vinebox:

White people be like ..

that nae nae

LMFAOOOOOO

This the kinda white people I wanna be around tho.

(via johnnyb89)

kenobi-wan-obi:

plz-shutup-patty:

ohaielly:

kenobi-wan-obi:

Let’s play a game: spot the person of color.



Jennifer Lawrence - English, German, Irish, and Scottish Matt Damon - Scottish, English, Finnish and SwedishLeonardo DiCaprio - mostly German and Italiandon’t feel like looking up anyone else.
whoever made this is as ignorant as they are “trying” to make this picture seem. it’s more than just the color of skin. dumbass.

get ya crusty ass self up off my post naming like 5 flavors of mayonnaise talmbout diversity, you stupit.

kenobi-wan-obi:

plz-shutup-patty:

ohaielly:

kenobi-wan-obi:

Let’s play a game: spot the person of color.

Jennifer Lawrence - English, German, Irish, and Scottish
Matt Damon - Scottish, English, Finnish and Swedish
Leonardo DiCaprio - mostly German and Italian
don’t feel like looking up anyone else.

whoever made this is as ignorant as they are “trying” to make this picture seem.
it’s more than just the color of skin.
dumbass.

get ya crusty ass self up off my post naming like 5 flavors of mayonnaise talmbout diversity, you stupit.

(via punchdrunkblog)

knrwrites:

You’ve seen the movie TITANIC starring Leonardo DiCaprio but did you know?
There was a Haitian man on the ship!His uncle was President of Republic of Haiti!
Joseph Phillippe Lemercier Laroche was the only black man, a Haitian man, to perish in the Titanic; that’s after he saved his wife and kids. Laroche was born in Cap Haitien, Haiti, on May 26, 1889.
In the blockbuster film Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio’s role could have easily been played by a Black man and it would have been historically accurate. In fact, the life story of Haitian native Joseph Phillippe Lemercier Laroche is far more intriguing than the movie’s lead character, but no one knew of his existence until recently. 
The silence about the stranger-than-fiction life story of the Titanic’s only Black passenger astonishes noted Titanic historian Judith Geller, author of Titanic: Women and Children First, who said, “It is strange that nowhere in the copious 1912 press descriptions of the ship and the interviews with the survivors was the presence of a Black family among the passengers ever mentioned.”
The story of this interracial family was not known until 2000, three years after the movie’s release, when the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry and the Titanic Historical Society revealed the information as part of a Titanic exhibit.
Joseph Laroche was born into a powerful family. His uncle, Dessalines M. Cincinnatus Leconte, was the president of Haiti. When Joseph Phillippe Lemercier was fifteen, he left Haiti to study engineering in Beauvais, France. Several years later, he met Juliette Lafargue, the 22-year-old daughter of a local wine seller. The two eventually married.
Despite having an engineering degree, Joseph’s skin color left him unable to find employment in France. The Laroches decided to return to Haiti and booked second-class reservations on the Titanic. After the ship struck an iceberg, Joseph loaded his wife and children onto a lifeboat and he went down with the ship. His body was never recovered.
ly before Christmas of that year, Juliette Laroche gave birth to their son, Joseph Laroche Jr.
Juliette never remarried.
SOURCE: http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles/he-was-haitian-the-only-black-man-on-the-titanic.html

knrwrites:

You’ve seen the movie TITANIC starring Leonardo DiCaprio but did you know?

There was a Haitian man on the ship!
His uncle was President of Republic of Haiti!

Joseph Phillippe Lemercier Laroche was the only black man, a Haitian man, to perish in the Titanic; that’s after he saved his wife and kids. Laroche was born in Cap Haitien, Haiti, on May 26, 1889.

In the blockbuster film Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio’s role could have easily been played by a Black man and it would have been historically accurate. In fact, the life story of Haitian native Joseph Phillippe Lemercier Laroche is far more intriguing than the movie’s lead character, but no one knew of his existence until recently.

The silence about the stranger-than-fiction life story of the Titanic’s only Black passenger astonishes noted Titanic historian Judith Geller, author of Titanic: Women and Children First, who said, “It is strange that nowhere in the copious 1912 press descriptions of the ship and the interviews with the survivors was the presence of a Black family among the passengers ever mentioned.”

The story of this interracial family was not known until 2000, three years after the movie’s release, when the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry and the Titanic Historical Society revealed the information as part of a Titanic exhibit.

Joseph Laroche was born into a powerful family. His uncle, Dessalines M. Cincinnatus Leconte, was the president of Haiti. When Joseph Phillippe Lemercier was fifteen, he left Haiti to study engineering in Beauvais, France. Several years later, he met Juliette Lafargue, the 22-year-old daughter of a local wine seller. The two eventually married.

Despite having an engineering degree, Joseph’s skin color left him unable to find employment in France. The Laroches decided to return to Haiti and booked second-class reservations on the Titanic. After the ship struck an iceberg, Joseph loaded his wife and children onto a lifeboat and he went down with the ship. His body was never recovered.

ly before Christmas of that year, Juliette Laroche gave birth to their son, Joseph Laroche Jr.

Juliette never remarried.

SOURCE: http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles/he-was-haitian-the-only-black-man-on-the-titanic.html



(via theopen-mindedconservative)

teddythemonster:

queenquong:

jeankd:

shanellbklyn:

anti-keiara:

all—blk—everything:

svllywood:

validx2:

Frozen in the hood

how is this the hood. that is clearly a suburbian neighborhood. likeeeeeee can we stop with the casual racism?

Thank you^^^


For real damn smh

She’s probably studied dance for years and is enjoying the snow, but since she’s black…. yah know she MUST be hood. 
God Forbid her name be Rasheeda Jackson. SMH they’ll be making fun all day.

this is how we know “ghetto” and “hood” are synonymous with blackness for white people, no matter what economic class we’re actually in; you will look at us the same way no matter what, so fuck respectability politics and trying to “polite” our way into civil rights

for the fucking comments 

teddythemonster:

queenquong:

jeankd:

shanellbklyn:

anti-keiara:

all—blk—everything:

svllywood:

validx2:

Frozen in the hood

how is this the hood. that is clearly a suburbian neighborhood. likeeeeeee can we stop with the casual racism?

Thank you^^^

For real damn smh

She’s probably studied dance for years and is enjoying the snow, but since she’s black…. yah know she MUST be hood. 

God Forbid her name be Rasheeda Jackson. SMH they’ll be making fun all day.

this is how we know “ghetto” and “hood” are synonymous with blackness for white people, no matter what economic class we’re actually in; you will look at us the same way no matter what, so fuck respectability politics and trying to “polite” our way into civil rights

for the fucking comments 

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