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drigonzo said: do any of you guys know of any notable latinx youtubers?

thisisnotlatinx:

I mostly know of women latinx youtubers, that do beauty tutorials, such as sunkissalba, dulce candy and beautybynena which is in Spanish. Does anyone else know more?

-S

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unculture:

the rock is fucking precious

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amoying:

maplesuhtori:

j0shdngr:

chill it’s cos your rare

the entire female population of east asia is rare?

homie ur about to be cooked medium rare and sacrificed

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Nimitztlazohtla. Te amo en Náhuatl (via compro-corazones-partidos)
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What is disaster pornography? Africans define it as the Western media’s habit of blacking out Africa’s stock markets, cell phones, heart surgeries, soaring literacy and increasing democratization, while gleefully parading its genocides, armed conflicts, child soldiers, foreign debts, hunger, disease and backwardness. Gbemisola Olujobi, Nigerian journalist (Via the December 2007 issue of Ebony magazine)  (via the-cat-inside)

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il-tenore-regina:

Everyone should make a living wage. Everyone. Every last person should make enough money to properly feed, clothe, house and medicate themselves no matter what their job position is. And anyone who believes otherwise is an unbaked roll. 

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All female, all women of color Hamlet dream cast

jerusalemsunrise:

Remember that time I said I could cast Hamlet with only women of color three times over? Well, here’s the best version of that:

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prayistrash:

I went to the Indian food store today with my mom and I stumbled upon these, among a dozen other skin whitening products marketed towards both men and women. I’ve always known Fair and Lovely is a thing but Fair and Teens, a skin whitening product targeted specifically at young girls, makes me so so sad. That image alone comparing the before and after images of skin tone is so sickening to me and only perpetuates the shadism desi people experience every day in an effort to look as white as possible because apparently the only way to be beautiful is to be white. It just makes me so angry that products like this exist and that they’re indirectly responsible for a lot of young brown girls internalized hatred for their skin and their race. Speaking as someone that’s been there, please don’t fall into this trap. Your skin is beautiful no matter how dark or light it is.

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fascinasians:

Asians in the Ivory Tower: Dilemmas of Racial Inequality in American Higher Education - Robert T. Teranishi
Current Issues in Asian and Pacific American Eduction - Russell Endo, clara C. Park, and John Nobuya Tsuchida
Unraveling the “Model Minority” Stereotype: Listening to Asian American Youth - Stacey J. Lee
The Deathly Embrace: Orientalism and Asian American Identity - Sheng-Mei Ma
The Hyphenated American - John C. Papajohn
Model-Minority Imperialism - Victor Bascara
Chains of Babylon: The Rise of Asia America - Daryl J. Maeda
In Defense of Asian American Studies - Sucheng Chan
Playing the Race Card - George J. Sefa Dei, Leene Luke Karumanchery, and Nisha Karumanchery-Luik
Asian American Dreams - Helen Zia

fascinasians:

Asians in the Ivory Tower: Dilemmas of Racial Inequality in American Higher Education - Robert T. Teranishi

Current Issues in Asian and Pacific American Eduction - Russell Endo, clara C. Park, and John Nobuya Tsuchida

Unraveling the “Model Minority” Stereotype: Listening to Asian American Youth - Stacey J. Lee

The Deathly Embrace: Orientalism and Asian American Identity - Sheng-Mei Ma

The Hyphenated American - John C. Papajohn

Model-Minority Imperialism - Victor Bascara

Chains of Babylon: The Rise of Asia America - Daryl J. Maeda

In Defense of Asian American Studies - Sucheng Chan

Playing the Race Card - George J. Sefa Dei, Leene Luke Karumanchery, and Nisha Karumanchery-Luik

Asian American Dreams - Helen Zia

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