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Posted on 26th Aug at 11:33 PM, with 183 notes

reverseracism:

My math teacher is racist and I have no idea what I should do about it. He makes such fucked up comments.

Here are some examples:

  • There’s a super smart Vietnamese boy in my class. When he was solving a problem on the board today, my teacher said, “It’s okay if we can’t read what he is writing. He’s writing in Chinese anyways.” 
  • There’s a Middle Eastern girl in our class, and she’s a senior who’s new to the school like me. My teacher said to her, “Arabs are cool until they decide to blow stuff up.”
  • In the middle of a lecture about grades he said, “Kids in China kill themselves over bad grades. If only more American kids did that. It’d weed out the weak ones.”

How should I respond next time he says something racist? I did stand up for the Vietnamese boy by saying in a snarky voice, ”He’s actually Vietnamese. I’m half Taiwanese and I can speak, write, and read Mandarin. Would you like me to write something for you?” 

I say keep using the snark and at some just point it out fully to him with “You are so racist.” Put him on the spot.

Posted on 26th Aug at 11:26 PM, with 408 notes
blastedheath:

Dirk Filarski (Dutch, 1885-1964), Lago di Lugano, 1914. Oil on canvas, 70.7 x 55.2 cm.
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blastedheath:

Dirk Filarski (Dutch, 1885-1964), Lago di Lugano, 1914. Oil on canvas, 70.7 x 55.2 cm.

Posted on 26th Aug at 11:24 PM, with 5,832 notes
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Edie Campbell photographed by Jessie Lily Adams for Lula magazine

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Edie Campbell photographed by Jessie Lily Adams for Lula magazine

Posted on 26th Aug at 11:22 PM, with 107 notes
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Pedro Bertolini, ph. by Robert Nethery for Common & Sense Magazine
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Pedro Bertolini, ph. by Robert Nethery for Common & Sense Magazine

Posted on 25th Aug at 4:41 PM, with 24,781 notes

micdotcom:

6 reasons America must stop ignoring its Black youth

The protests in Ferguson have shown the world that the voices of black youth won’t be silenced. Rather than ignoring their much-needed contributions to important dialogues, it’s time America woke up and actually listened.

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Posted on 25th Aug at 4:38 PM, with 42,518 notes
whoevencarestbh:

The kardashians watching Beyoncé all salty cuz they have no talent.

whoevencarestbh:

The kardashians watching Beyoncé all salty cuz they have no talent.

Posted on 24th Aug at 7:29 PM, with 289 notes

smity-werbenjagermanjensen:

where is the chill?

how come there is none?

have you no chill?

where is your chill, son?

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