That title is actually a hint.

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dogshoulders:

nice save

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Jay be like ‘god damn that shit goes hard’

welovekanyewest:

Jay be like ‘god damn that shit goes hard’

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beenkillingshit:

prolly one of the illest gifs ever made

beenkillingshit:

prolly one of the illest gifs ever made

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This will forever be my favorite gif set and Will Smith will forever be my favorite actor for this reason. So inspiring since we grew up having the same story and idk, it just gives me hope that my kids will have a father as great as this one day so they wont have to go through what  I did. 

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CultureHISTORY: Tommie Smith and John Carlos, Olympics 1968

“We were just human beings who saw a need to bring attention to the inequality in our country.” - Tommie Smith

On this date (10/16) in 1968, the ‘black power’ salute at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City. One of my favorite historical photos and one of the most powerful moments in black history. More background here.

Photo credits:

  1. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  2. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  3. San Jose State University honors former students Smith & Carlos with a statue on campus, 2005
  4. Smith and Carlos, 2011

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