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wild-rness:

I use humor to cover up the fact that I want to jump off a bridge

(via cholas-go-to-sk00l-too)

education4socialjustice:

sonofbaldwin:

Letitia James is NOT here for the bullshit.

Atty Letitia James talking about inequality in the NY public schools system

(via culturedsoul)

rapgeniustumblr:

******** BREAKING BREAKING BREAKING *******

                    hot off the tweets

Work Bitch - Azealia Banks remix
Is there milligram of Britney left on this?

                    hot off the tweets

******** BREAKING BREAKING BREAKING *******

souljunkee:

afro-native-goddess:

Kanye is making too much sense… Like Tupac they’ll kill him off pretty soon.

Because that’s what they do to black people that make too much sense, they try to silence them.


Anyone who has read Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers will get the 10,000 hour reference. I see what you did there Mr. West

(Source: laiazb)

nevver:

Born to Lose
artnet:

Interview: Jason Bard Yarmosky
American artist Jason Bard Yarmosky, a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, is best known for his series of paintings, Elder Kinder. These works juxtapose youth with old age, and explore the social connotations of aging. We were lucky enough to meet Jason in his studio to chat about his work and his inspirations.

artnet:

Interview: Jason Bard Yarmosky

American artist Jason Bard Yarmosky, a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, is best known for his series of paintings, Elder Kinder. These works juxtapose youth with old age, and explore the social connotations of aging. We were lucky enough to meet Jason in his studio to chat about his work and his inspirations.

(via britishstranger)

colliderblog:

Nobels all around!

Peter Higgs and Francois Englert have been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for their theory of how particles acquire mass.
The prize was given “for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.”
In 1964, Higgs of Britain and Englert of Belgium (along with a now-deceased colleague), independently proposed a particle as part of a mechanism to explain how the universe works at its most basic level. The existence of that particle, known today as the Higgs boson, or Higgs particle (and sometimes the “God particle”), was confirmed after a series of high-energy collisions at the LHC.

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colliderblog:

Nobels all around!

Peter Higgs and Francois Englert have been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for their theory of how particles acquire mass.

The prize was given “for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.”

In 1964, Higgs of Britain and Englert of Belgium (along with a now-deceased colleague), independently proposed a particle as part of a mechanism to explain how the universe works at its most basic level. The existence of that particle, known today as the Higgs boson, or Higgs particle (and sometimes the “God particle”), was confirmed after a series of high-energy collisions at the LHC.


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70sbestblackalbums:

Black music has his fathers, and his tragedies
Sam Cooke     December 11, 1964
Otis Redding     December 10, 1967
Donny Hathaway   January 1, 1979
Marvin Gaye    April 1, 1984     

70sbestblackalbums:

Black music has his fathers, and his tragedies

Sam Cooke     December 11, 1964

Otis Redding     December 10, 1967

Donny Hathaway   January 1, 1979

Marvin Gaye    April 1, 1984