Journal of a Cosmic Kemetic Journey

Autochton Tejana. Creole Queer. Health Scientist/Curandera
Been Woke. HTP to Amma.

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lol, that’s my best friend.

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Cause we just stay stylin

OMGEEEE who r these super cuties on my dash? I’m in love with her hair color.

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i promise you im gonna repost this pic of me atleast once a month

plz do

Yaz lawd🙏🙌. Even doe she servin the fuck you finger, sumthin bout this pic makes me wanna be cuddled up next her on dat bed.

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If you, like me, ever find yourself feeling guilty or ashamed about being a disabled student, doubting whether you really need or deserve accommodations, I encourage you to think back to the 504 protests. If you ever feel society tugging at you to “get by” without accommodations, “toughen up,” “suck it up,” “stick it out,” because “the whole world doesn’t cater to you,” remember that you are part of a community that has spent enough time living in an inaccessible world. If you feel tempted to do an ableist society’s work by torturing yourself for being disabled, remember that over a hundred protestors (and an infestation of crabs) stayed in a building for nearly a month without the comforts of home or any accommodations or accessible structures. Remember that all the discomfort and indignities they faced as protestors were so that you wouldn’t have to go through the same thing. You’re relieved of any duty to feel guilty or ashamed about being a disabled student.

Fighting Shame with History

Longmore Institute student assistant Katie offers a bit of advice, history, and humor to help her fellow disabled students fight back against the internalized ableism that crops up at the start of the semester.

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1. Rihanna and a woman from South Africa

2. Kelly Rowland and Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji

3. Usher and Nigerian Singer Anthony Akpan

4. Tupac and Ivorian futboller Boubacar Barry

5. Jennifer Hudson and Kenyan Singer Nyambura

6. Michelle Obama and Nigerian blogger Adenike Adebayo

7. Whiz Khalifa and Ugandan Singer Jose Chameleone

8. Gabrielle Union and Nigerian Filmmaker Kemi Adetiba

9. Notorious BIG and Congolese singer Baby Ndombe

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I’ve always wanted to help with college readiness and just college questions, and i figure i have a decent tumblr audience and i can help you out.

and yes, i said “if you are black” on purpose

My “credentials”:

I am a higher education administration grad student at a…


also if you need help wit this, or any marketing majors who need advice/help holla at me.

^^^^ the most awesome thing about all this is that other people are offering to help with whatever skills they have. This is the point of this post.

lets help each other out. 

think of something you could help people with; even if its just listening and offer it. even if the offer only lasts a day. 





Who let they uncle out the house???

He jiggin’ though!

"When you white but the hood fuck with you heavy"


I bet ole dude from the south. White folks down here be hood af.

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Storm by Stephanie Hans #WomenofMarvel

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there is literally no difference between academic scholars discussing their interpretations of a text and a bunch of people yelling YOUR HEADCANON IS WRONG at each other

As a Masters student I can vouch for this.

The difference is citations.


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"My political obligations? I am a Black woman … in world that defines human as white and male for starters. Everything I do including survival is political.” 

- Audre Lorde

Praise the Lorde!

Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry - all forms of fear - are caused by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of nonforgiveness are caused by too much past, and not enough presence.
Eckhart Tolle (via thecalminside)

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How many times do we pay for one mistake? The answer is thousands of times. The human is the only animal on earth that pays a thousand times for the same mistake. The rest of the animals pay once for every mistake they make. But not us. We have a powerful memory. We make a mistake, we judge ourselves, we find ourselves guilty, and we punish ourselves. If justice exists, then that was enough; we don’t need to do it again. But every time we remember, we judge ourselves again, we are guilty again and we punish ourselves again, and again, and again.
Don Miguel Ruiz (via purplebuddhaproject)

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loves, in celebration of the first birthday of ‘salt.’, both ‘salt.’ and ‘nejma’ along with ‘bone’ by yrsa daley-ward will be available for FREE DOWNLOAD for kindle app/ kindle on wednesday, 10/1 - sunday, 10/5. make sure to mark your calendars :)))

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Damn. Went from can i fuck you to can you fuck me

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