Zoe : “It’s truly and honor to play you Nina!”
Zoe: “I look just like you don’t I?”
SIMON, WHUT?! @Tin_Hotha is on FIRE
simon, i love u but MJ is rolling over in his grave…for real
DURANS IN BAKER BOY HATS MEGAPOST
(That said I think that hat is the least of Simon’s worries…. Yet more wearable art?)
simon’s pants=iced coffee through nose funny
(W)HAT part 748632078
john my grandmother phoned….she’d like her hat back for sunday mass
Yesterday on Twitter I was called “one of the most annoying feminists on Twitter,” a “bitch,” an “insecure bitch” as well as “bitter” several times by Black men whose dating “preferences" I decided to challenge. To challenge men is to be called “bitch," or "bitter" if you’re a Black woman;…
Are the wizards behind the music industry in cahoots with the criminal justice system and the prison industrial complex to create a culture that glamorizes particular kinds of criminal activity that, when engaged in by particular peoples, are especially policed, especially convicted, especially sentenced, and especially institutionalized into a system that relegates to slave status while they are incarcerated and second-class citizenship once they are released to ensure the recidivism rate remains high and, therefore, the slave population remains steady?
"Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is."
Consumerism is a track coming out on the eve of Ms. Hill’s release. She wanted to get this music out while she was incarcerated, as it is a product of the space she was in while she was going through some of the challenges she has been faced with recently.
Available now on iTunes: http://bit.ly/MLH_C
“Consumerism is part of some material I was trying to finish before I had to come in. We did our best to eek out a mix via verbal and emailed direction, thanks to the crew of surrogate ears on the other side. Letters From Exile is material written from a certain space, in a certain place. I felt the need to discuss the underlying socio-political, cultural paradigm as I saw it. I haven’t been able to watch the news too much recently, so I’m not hip on everything going on. But inspiration of this sort is a kind of news in and of itself, and often times contains an urgency that precedes what happens. I couldn’t imagine it not being relevant. Messages like these I imagine find their audience, or their audience finds them, like water seeking it’s level.”
- Ms. Lauryn Hill