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Romey Rome

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From the August 15, 2014 issue of Entertainment Weekly.
Illustration by Kagan McLeod.

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Love it!

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examroom5:

From the August 15, 2014 issue of Entertainment Weekly.

Illustration by Kagan McLeod.

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Love it!

7:45 pm - Mon, Aug 18, 2014
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Wake up. I realize I post a lot of Kanye, but wouldn’t you if you could look past the bias to see the truth? Now, who will survive in America?.

Wake up. I realize I post a lot of Kanye, but wouldn’t you if you could look past the bias to see the truth? Now, who will survive in America?.

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me during the interlude of a song leading to a nicki minaj’s verse

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When you wake up and think you’re late for school

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amayonce:

sexual orientation: beyonce saying “onika” 

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5:25 pm - Sun, Aug 17, 2014
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fastcompany:

Lee returns to the old neighborhood, with cast members, new friends, and Beats.
Do The Right Thing is 25 years old now. This past week’s events in Ferguson, Missouri have made clear that the film’s depiction of racial tensions in America are still relevant (and Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power” still sounds as good as ever)—but Spike Lee’s depiction of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn doesn’t necessarily resemble the Brooklyn and Bed-Stuy of 2014.
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fastcompany:

Lee returns to the old neighborhood, with cast members, new friends, and Beats.

Do The Right Thing is 25 years old now. This past week’s events in Ferguson, Missouri have made clear that the film’s depiction of racial tensions in America are still relevant (and Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power” still sounds as good as ever)—but Spike Lee’s depiction of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn doesn’t necessarily resemble the Brooklyn and Bed-Stuy of 2014.

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freddiemercuryforever1946:

A beautiful minimalist poster drawn by Tyler Boyco, dedicated to the great Robin Williams. May he rest in peace.

freddiemercuryforever1946:

A beautiful minimalist poster drawn by Tyler Boyco, dedicated to the great Robin Williams. May he rest in peace.

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ghdos:

White folks.

ghdos:

White folks.

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#BlackTwitter all truths

#BlackTwitter all truths

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nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth murdered by policemen. 

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