La República de Detroit: Clarification, Content on... →
there aren’t enough words to express how i feel about all of this. isnobueno: Leta, I stayed stuck on the… “-According to her coworker, Panamanians of West Indian descent aren’t event real Panamanians, let alone Latin@s” As a Panamanian of West Indian descent who was born and raised in Panama and continues to hold a Panamanian citizenship I have a Lifetime of things to say on that one...
Reblog if you struggle with depression, or an...
hot-like-ted-bundy: brianne333: ^ I think it’s so important that we all know that we aren’t alone in whatever it is we’re going through. Other people know and understand how you feel, truly.
Everything good is costly, and the development of the personality is one of the...– Sheldon B. Kopp (via heartmindspirit) aaand there you have it… (via larepublicadedet)
And there you have it, NY...
“In the 2000 Census, there were 3 million Latinos who said they were Black; almost 2 million of them live in New York,” said Jimenez Roman. hell even the nypd breaks latinos down by race
izzyillectric: it’s always nice to meet an individual who thinks the same as you. or even just the same morals or motivations, interests and intelligence. it’s just nice to meet someone who understands. especially if you think you’re the only one
Only a fool tests the depth of the water with both feet.– African proverb (via warriorsrise)
That’s the thing about depression: A human being can survive almost anything, as...– Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel (via lostinthesounds)
10 muros, 10 países →
projetolatinoamerica: Uma coisa interessante quando se visita outros países, é reparar nas paredes e muros das cidades. Stencil, grafites, pichações, podem revelar um pouco das diferentes culturas ou, algumas vezes, nos mostrar até mesmo um certo padrão nesses registros. Confira nossa seleção com fotos de 10 países da América Latina: http://www.projetolatinoamerica.com.br/10-muros-10-paises/
To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others....– Thich Nhat Hanh (via thefreenomad)