communist eyes

I’m glad you have someone who takes care of you

(Source: taylor-schilling, via newgirlthings)

khadds:

rahm-bow:

Tyler dressed in Billie Dream’s Couture by designer Bilaya Jackson

Gorgeous

khadds:

rahm-bow:

Tyler dressed in Billie Dream’s Couture by designer Bilaya Jackson

Gorgeous

(Source: roca-wear, via decolonizeyourmind)


queerkhmer:

  • Half of Cambodian, Hmong, and Lao Americans drop out of high school.
  • Police can go in to a Cambodian house without warrant and assault the entire family.
  • Southeast Asians are racially profiled by the police.
  • Filipina domestic workers often suffer abuse in silence…

(Source: alexandraelle, via afrafemme)

thedevilslapdance:

oh girl… shit… fuck..

(Source: rai-akimi, via decolonizeyourmind)

Identifying as a person of color in solidarity with other people of color says ‘hey, my people have been oppressed by White people, maybe in a different time and space than your people, but we can work in solidarity.’ The identification needs to carry some degree of humility, and a deeper commitment to allyship . The POC umbrella is not an excuse to disavow the ways we benefit from various racial structures and sit idly by as our communities reap advantages from racism towards other people of color.

Black-Asian solidarity in the US, for instance, is hard to find and it will continue to be difficult to build if we continue to use the uncritical ‘POC’ label. Rather, we can use ‘POC’ as a way of reflecting on our different racial histories and building coalitions in our struggles and their difference. POC is a term for building solidarity between movements, not a movement in itself. That distinction is important.

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