FRANCOIS DUBOIS

Hall of Frank

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artoftheautomobile:

McLaren P1
(Credit: Mike Crawat)

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artoftheautomobile:

McLaren P1

(Credit: Mike Crawat)

blackmoney2312:

Like the pictire, real art work.

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blackmoney2312:

Like the pictire, real art work.

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hannahholston:

ghost ship                          by hannah c. holston

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ghost ship                          by hannah c. holston

headlikeanorange:

Daisy

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Daisy

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Daisy

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Daisy

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Malcolm X “taught us that racism is not an aberration of individual white folks.” While the civil-rights approach was based on the assumption that whites could be shamed out of racism, he says, Malcolm considered racism “an integral part of the system.”

“Those speeches – those harsh, brilliant speeches that he was making in the early ’60s – you have to think of the times. In 1963 alone, Medgar Evers was shot down, that church was bombed in Birmingham that killed those four little girls, the fire hoses, the dogs,” Bailey says.

“He was verbally expressing the intense anger that a lot of black people felt but were afraid to say it. And I think his anger was righteous anger, because the government was saying, ‘There’s nothing we can do. That’s the states.’ ”

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Peter Bailey (he worked with Malcolm X) on Malcolm’s legacy.

Source: http://undercoverblackman.blogspot.com/2007/05/malcolms-disciple.html

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kingotes1:

The Poet and the Wordsmith: But, Who is Who?

Sonia Sanchez & Mos Def. Common & Maya Angelou 

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newhiphopsongs:

new rap pics:  Young Notorious Big & Nas

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new rap pics:  Young Notorious Big & Nas