salviprince:

the comments on that racist univision article brings up something i’ve encountered being talked about on this site. bilingual Latinos being hypocrites when it comes to English/Spanish. So you can’t say homophobic or racist things in one language (English), but are totally okay in the other because it’s “part of the culture.”



verylargedog:

i’m not interested in being polite or heterosexual

(Source: scumstains, via someothermonstra)


trotskay:

went to an American restaurant today!!!! ‘ello mate!!!!!! put forks in my hair to show my love for these Westerners’ food!!! Haha!!!!! Ha!!!! Ha!!! Ha!!! Ha  !

(Source: leninistvaporwave, via scarydogmaticalien)


"I hope she’s a lesbian."

— Me (about every cute girl ever)

(Source: hero-in-disguise, via lesbianoodles)



hayleu:

Don’t fall in love with people like me. I will school you all day all night on the b-ball court. And when I dunk on you, you will finally understand why ball is life.

(via dion-thesocialist)


centralamericacontemporary:

Muriel Hasbun
Todos los santos (Volcán de Izalco, amén) 
painted gelatin silver print, 14″ x 18″ (35 x 46 cms.) 1995-96; 28″ x 38″, 2004.
"Since 1990, I have committed my creative energy to developing a body of work that explores my family history and sense of identity. Santos y Sombras is a refuge against silence and forgetting. The work becomes a personal diary where I mold the emotional aura surrounding my Palestinian/Salvadoran Christian and Polish/French Jewish family as I was growing up in El Salvador. 
With Todos los santos images, I explore my memories of childhood as well as delve into the expression of identity of my paternal, Palestinian Christian family. Through the finding of family photos and documents, the collection of oral histories, and the re-evaluation of my own perceptions, I am slowly  reconstructing a world that, with the process of assimilation and the passage of time, had become obscured.”-Muriel Hasbun
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centralamericacontemporary:

Muriel Hasbun

Todos los santos (Volcán de Izalco, amén)

painted gelatin silver print, 14″ x 18″ (35 x 46 cms.) 1995-96; 28″ x 38″, 2004.

"Since 1990, I have committed my creative energy to developing a body of work that explores my family history and sense of identity. Santos y Sombras is a refuge against silence and forgetting. The work becomes a personal diary where I mold the emotional aura surrounding my Palestinian/Salvadoran Christian and Polish/French Jewish family as I was growing up in El Salvador. 

With Todos los santos images, I explore my memories of childhood as well as delve into the expression of identity of my paternal, Palestinian Christian family. Through the finding of family photos and documents, the collection of oral histories, and the re-evaluation of my own perceptions, I am slowly  reconstructing a world that, with the process of assimilation and the passage of time, had become obscured.”-Muriel Hasbun

x x


Confirmed: Armed militias from across the U.S. are moving towards the U.S./Mexico border

hongunjong:

fileformat:

wifigirl2080:

sinidentidades:

I have several reports from followers that this is a recent trend happening in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and now California. 

Look into your local stations because those seem to be the ones that are really reporting on their activity. 

Here is an “action alert” I found in relation to the claims for Texas

What?

praying

PLEASE BE SAFE IF YOU ARE LIVING IN THIS AREA WHILE LATIN@

wow

(via theanunnakiconnection)


chalaeleven:

nowinexile:

M

A woman reaches under a block from the apartheid wall trying to hold the hand of her mother on the other side. Many families have become segregated after the Israeli occupation regime completed the construction of the wall which runs through Palestinian lands. This is just one of thousands of cases. 

(via maghrabiyya)



potentialhydrogenbomb ha respondido a tu publicación: omggg i remember when i first met you like…how long ago, 2 years??, and your blog said ‘not anti-israel’ or something. ohhh how we change aahah
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LMAO YEAH that’s when I was like kinda like “ok maybe the two state solution could work” but now I’m like LMAO NAAAHH