thepeoplesrecord
disciplesofmalcolm:

norulenorule:

Assata Shakur from Honey Magazine debut issue, 1998. Full article forthcoming.

“In some ways it was easier for my generation. Racism was blatant and obvious. The “Whites Only” signs let us know clearly, what we were up against. Not much has changed, but the system of lies and tricknology is much more sophisticated. Today young people have to be highly informed and acutely analytical, or they will be swept up into a whirlpool of lies and deception.”
-Assata Shakur

disciplesofmalcolm:

norulenorule:

Assata Shakur from Honey Magazine debut issue, 1998. Full article forthcoming.

In some ways it was easier for my generation. Racism was blatant and obvious. The “Whites Only” signs let us know clearly, what we were up against. Not much has changed, but the system of lies and tricknology is much more sophisticated. Today young people have to be highly informed and acutely analytical, or they will be swept up into a whirlpool of lies and deception.

-Assata Shakur

misandryad

erwinsmiths:

thymoss:

samcroh:

you know it amazes me, no matter which fandom i happen to be in at the time, how quick fans, especially female fans, are to bend over backwards justifying the actions of violent, murdering, abusive men while villifying female characters, quite often…