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godlessmen:

What can go wrong with God as your copilot?

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I laughed. Jesus ain’t flying my plane.

embracefluidity:

itsthelesbiana:

black—lamb:

hoodethicist:

black—lamb:

lovepassiton:

This is really beautiful.

hoodethicist datchuu??? lol

Holy fatherfuck!! that does look like me 🙀

i was like O_O you have a twinnnnnnnn


Sexy…

Same Love! Be Happy!

embracefluidity:

itsthelesbiana:

black—lamb:

hoodethicist:

black—lamb:

lovepassiton:

This is really beautiful.

hoodethicist datchuu??? lol

Holy fatherfuck!! that does look like me 🙀

i was like O_O you have a twinnnnnnnn

Sexy…

Same Love! Be Happy!

blackfashion:

Dad’s jacket

Marcus Motta, 18, Brazil

http://caixaafortunada.tumblr.com/

policymic:

Lax anti-graffiti laws in Greece have led to stunning street art

Graffiti is an ancient Greco-Roman art form, dating back to the days when people carved marble messages of anything from political protest to hilarious butt jokes. Now a modern iteration has taken over Greece, where a flourishing international community of graffiti artists has transformed the urban landscape.

Not only does Greece have lax anti-graffiti laws, there’s also a big demand for commissioned work. Some of the artists are even graduates of Greece’s top fine-arts schools and are utilizing their classical background in new, innovative ways.

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soulection:

The crew out in Shibuya, Japan 🇯🇵🌍

spaceadmiraldee:

On April 30, Emory University will be offering a free online course on The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Nubia.

The class will reveal one of the most dynamic, yet little known cultures of the ancient world. It will explore the geography and archaeology of Nubia, Egypt’s neighbor to the south and home to a series of remarkable and innovative civilizations. It will cover the period from the earliest inhabitants of the Nile Valley (Paleolithic through Neolithic and domestication of plants and animals), and continue until the advent of Christianity.

The class is a combination of video lectures from five to 20 minutes in length with images of sites and objects along with maps and plans. There will also be some film clips as well. There will be homework-style quizzes to help students measure learning and explore the materials in more depth. There are several extra credit options, and there will be a final exam at the end of the course.

The course will last a total of 8 weeks and is taught in English with English subtitles. There will be a verified certificate of completion at the end of the course. Peter Lacovara, Senior Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art at Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University will be teaching the class.

Class is in and it’s free. #Africa

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theblacksophisticate:

broderickh:

Broderick Hunter By Dae Of The Klasix.

:-)

Putting in that WERC. Covering the city. @werc_crew 🎫 Presale Tixs at wercatl.eventbrite.com 🎫 #Soulection #WERC #WERCATL (at The Sound Table)

An idea permeates our modern view of relationships: that men and women have always paired off in sexually exclusive relationships. But before the dawn of agriculture, humans may actually have been quite promiscuous. Author Christopher Ryan walks us through the controversial evidence that human beings are sexual omnivores by nature, in hopes that a more nuanced understanding may put an end to discrimination, shame and the kind of unrealistic expectations that kill relationships.