Some lady on the bus tried to call me out on some terrorist shit & I was like ma'am I'm obviously not. Then she was like "then y u wearing a mask, what u hiding? Ur not from this country"
I was like "ur right right I'm not native to the Americas & neither r u, & i wear a mask to try and filter the air bc of ppl like u spreading ur bad hot breath"
Then she was like "did u just say i smell? I could have u deported- blah blah blah
She went on and on abt how white ppl were better then everyone else. Yeah the bus driver then told her to shut it or she'll kick her off the bus, ofc she then shut it.
Just bc i wear all black and a mask doesn't mean ima go out and do some bad shit.
Provoke me and I'll slice u but in the meantime lets just all get along on public transportation.
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"Christian culture continues to uphold patriarchy, rape culture, and white supremacy—even within black churches." #ThatPart💯💯💯 😂😂😂 I saw and still see alot of #Black folks posting they'll pray for #Trump or hope God guides him...☕🐸 Man, NEVER will I support a #Racist SOB. But let me stop before I upset some of y'all...🍿🍿🍿 Let’s start off with gratitude: Thanks to the Trump era, the hypocrisy of evangelical Christians has become obvious. There should be a gold medal awarded for the outrageous feats of mental gymnastics performed by “family values” champions who condemn the LGBTQ community one minute and vote for accused sexual predator Roy Moore the next. Or pastors who will shout from their pulpit about the dangers of idolatry one Sunday, then unironically lambast Colin Kaepernick for disrespecting the flag.
Many Americans have winced at the sanctimony among the Christian community, as more people steadily move away from church. Recent polls have shown that a fifth of Americans don’t have any religious affiliation at all, a number that is steadily growing every decade. Although black Americans still tend to be more religious than the general population, those under 30 are three times as likely to avoid religious affiliation as black people over 50. I am one of them.
But even though more young black people are leaving organized religious institutions, that doesn’t mean we’re not spiritual. Steadily, it seems like when we move away from the Christian church, we move towards less organized spiritual practices based on traditional African spirituality. There have been no knocks on the door, no pamphlets, no billboards, no late-night hotlines, no viral video campaigns. And yet, an unnamed spiritual movement reimagining African tradition and nature-centered spirituality has been growing among young black Americans.
Traditional African spirituality is an umbrella term for an assortment of beliefs that may or may not fit into a particular dogma. It can be Ifá, Vodou, Santería, Candomblé or other variations of Yoruba religious traditions, coming from the West African region of Benin, Togo and and Southwestern Nigeria. Deemed to be over 10,000 years ol
I was showing Erik the beauty setting on my phone. The first is at zero, second at 5, final at 10. This one didn't make my eyes huge, but sometimes it really picks up the eyes, and turns me into a cartoon character. Do American phones do this too? What does it do to your face if you are dark skinned? I'm super curious. I imagine it lightens everyone. #Racist