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youngblackandvegan:

the look of disgust and utter disbelief

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youngblackandvegan:

right in the childhood

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My white housemate made meatloaf

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loudblackram:

It taste like his daddy never hugged him.

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pearsonxspecter:

One by One is a traditionally animated short film directed by Pixote Hunt and released by Walt Disney Pictures on August 31, 2004, as an extra feature on the DVD release of The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride Special Edition. The short intended to be one of the segments for the proposed but never completed Fantasia 2006. The film shows a story of children from a South African town flying kites down a hill after one boy is inspired by a colourful feather floating from the sky. The children find materials from places all over the town and produce equally colourful kites. After a walk, they fly the kites and release them into the sky for the ending of the film. The short film takes its title and inspiration from One by One, a “freedom song” written and performed by Lebo M for The Lion King. Although the song was cut from the final film, it did make it into the Disney Theatrical adaptation, before being used on this short. [Wiki]

Why didn’t I know about this?

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fuckyeahdarkgirls:

fuckyeahdarkgirls!
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gray37:


Artist James Eugene [Jim114]




At Amber and the Hidden City. Cover by James Eugene.

gray37:


At Amber and the Hidden City. Cover by James Eugene.

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lyndez:

And just when I thought I ran out of things to call white people

lyndez:

And just when I thought I ran out of things to call white people

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