Because you may have Native blood, but do you have the heart to pump it?
If a person of colour tells you that what you’re wearing is offensive then don’t wear it.
Disclaimer: This comic only applies to those [“you” meaning those who wear headdresses where it does not apply to them or their culture, hense cultural appropriation] or have in some way done offense in the term of cultural appropriation and this post was created specifically for said people in order to perhaps gain a better understanding of why cultural appropriation is offensive to many Native Americans [and to whom it applies within any person of colour] and strictly for educational purposes. This post does not mean to offend those who have done some sort of act of unintentional offense to Native Americans in the past by means of cultural appropriation and presently understand the offense that was made and regret it.
"But do you have the heart to pump it?"
Fun fact: Tonight I will experience what only a small portion of the country ever has- 2:00 am to 2:59 am on the first night of Daylight Savings. Yes, in this secret, unknowable hour, hidden away from much of the country, powerful, eldritch secrets can be found.
Hawaii uses this time each year to…
Here in Missouri, our use of it is twofold. Primarily, we use the mystery hour to perform deep and unspeakable rituals in the many caves that are scattered beneath the state. These rituals, so horrid that they cannot be performed during any time that exists within the mortal calendar, are designed to channel unholy energies to St Louis. There, they are collected by the special gateway erected decades ago to seal off one of the seven known portals to the Dimension of Fear—the so-called “Gateway Arch”. These energies keep the magic seals secure for another year, for should the wards fall… oh, friends, should the wards fall…!
Of course, here in Kansas City, we mostly use it for getting a extra hour of slow cooking for our barbecue, making it just that much more succulent than everyone else’s.
And now, the weather.
Inky paw prints presumably left by a curious kitty on a 15th century manuscript.
From National Geographic.
more white savior bullshit. buy a picture book of some adorable starving haitian kids so you can feel good about yourself
Capturing Hope: Haiti is a photo book that will capture the hope and optimism in Haiti despite all of the poverty that fills the country. This book is going to capture the huge difference in the lives of people living on the streets, begging and struggling to make a better life for themselves compared to the lives of 48 orphans that have received help from generous and loving people. We will be traveling to the orphanage in Haiti this summer on a mission trip. On this trip, Erin will be taking photos to create the photo book.
…and of course they’re fucking missionaries. Anyone surprised?
As long as there are singing frogs & dancing bears the world is a good and kind place.
Comments on the trailer of the new Annie movie staring Quvenzhané Wallis and Jamie Foxx.
Would you just look at how racism isn’t a thing in today’s society.
White people being progressive as usual. No racism to see here.
I want heads ….. I want their fucking heads …. fuck these monsters
"It would keep the character more innocent"
HOOHOHOHOHOAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH I AM BREATHING FIRE HOW FUCKING DARE THESE SWINES EVEN THINK OF COMING FOR LITTLE BLACK GIRLS
Lol at the racist dumb ass going “Annie is a white name” when that was my mother’s nickname for me for years…..
"it would be relatable to more people" yeah more white people maybe
Apparently only white people are relatable. Black people are just too alien and strange.
Whtes have humanity when we don’t
Wow. I missed the “Innocent” line first read through, but by golly, there it is. Not gonna lie to you there, that’s really terrible.
Mind you, I’m glad these people took the time to reassure everyone as to how they’re not racist. Because otherwise this would be really fucking racist.