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MF Doom on Madlib
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boxingsgreatest:

Muhammad Ali visits Malcolm X and three of his daughters.

boxingsgreatest:

Muhammad Ali visits Malcolm X and three of his daughters.

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revitiligo:

omgsexgod:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Smh

Are you serious?

revitiligo:

omgsexgod:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Smh

Are you serious?

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  • capitalist: "I don't want government intervening in my business!"
  • worker: *organizes a strike*
  • capitalist: *calls the police*
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the-hip-hop-thugster:

DEF
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vintageruminance:
Pam Grier - 1979

70spostergirls:

vintageruminance:

Pam Grier - 1979

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deviilflower:


Goddess.

deviilflower:

Goddess.

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Akira (1988)

Akira (1988)

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Photograph taken at the Temple of Rameses II in the 1850s; from the collections of the National Media Museum:
Maxime Du Camp (1822-1894); ‘Nubie, Ibsamboul, Colosse Médial du Spéos de Phré’, (Nubia, Abu Simbel, middle colossus from the temple of Rameses II), 1850; Salt print; 21.3 x 16.7
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ancientart:

Photograph taken at the Temple of Rameses II in the 1850s; from the collections of the National Media Museum:

Maxime Du Camp (1822-1894); ‘Nubie, Ibsamboul, Colosse Médial du Spéos de Phré’, (Nubia, Abu Simbel, middle colossus from the temple of Rameses II), 1850; Salt print; 21.3 x 16.7

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Source: Obey Giant

Source: Obey Giant

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