the holy spirit loves to cum inside me
I think black women should be able to wear their natural hair/traditional styles however they want but….whats more important fighting against US imperialism or making the military more inclusive so black women can fight on behalf of US imperialism
Say no to escapism, and instead dedicate every part of you to fighting against oppression. Fighting Racism is not a game. Its not sending a tweet and feeling good about yourself. Even Melissa Harris Perry says hash tag actvism is not effective activism. The revolution will not be televised. Even in Egypt young people who used twitter to organize had their websites shut down ( by us owned military companies). A tweet will not protect you from a bullet. A tweet will not send down the white house.
The liberation of self cannot take place until above all else the liberation of people is achieved.
You cannot avoid homophobia, racism, or sexism. You may put yourself into a bubble and have people who have the same views as you, but that isnt revolutionary. Theory is nothing without good practice. You cant go to working class neighborhoods and start rambling off with privilege politics and judge them for not knowing as much as you. So what you have is circle jerk of academics never bringing that theory in an affective way to working class people. What is created instead, is exclusion of the very people you seem to care about, but never talk to or understand their stories.

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Southern conference: ‘On to revolution and socialism’

The auditorium of the Durham Public Library could hardly contain the electric energy and revolutionary fervor of those who gathered for the “Hard Times Are Fighting Times: Building a Southern Movement for Revolution and Socialism” conference here on March 29. The conference was a testament to the momentous changes taking place in the working-class movement in the U.S. and drew more than 100 activists from across the South and other parts of the country, representing many struggles.

Participants came from throughout North Carolina, as well as Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, West Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere. Several revolutionary student organizations sent delegations to the conference, including the Socialist Student Union in Rock Hill, S.C.; the Revolutionary Students Union in Blacksburg, Va.; and the Appalachian State University Marxist Student Union in Boone, N.C. At least four other socialist organizations attended. There was strong participation from youth and people of color, including African American, Latino/a, Arab and Asian. Several curious passersby at the library were drawn in and stayed throughout the day.

Taurean Brown, a local Durham activist, told Workers World, “I think the conference was a powerful moment where people from all walks of life came together. People gained powerful knowledge from a socialist perspective to address the constant ills of white supremacist, imperialist, capitalist patriarchy.”

It was a tremendous gathering of both regional and national significance that helped to rally a number of forces around a revolutionary, struggle-oriented, pro-socialist pole of resistance and unity in this period of capitalism at a dead end.

You can’t have capitalism without patriarchy. You can’t have racism without patriarchy, and you can’t have racism without capitalism. That is dialectics. Patriarchy existed without capitalism before capitalism, and now it’s form is indistinguishable from one another. And racism cannot exist without capitalism because national oppression came from Colonialism-Imperialism.
fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"No Borders, No Nations, Stop Deportation!" by Melanie Cervantes
New print available http://bit.ly/1gFr161Melanie Cervantes, 11 x17, 2-color screenprint, chipboard, Printed in San Leandro, 2013'My paternal grandparents and my uncle were deported, in the 1930s, under the “Mexican Repatriation Act” along with around 2 million other people living in the U.S. It didn't matter that my uncle was a citizen (Along with another 1.2 million others). Most people I talk to have never heard of this policy signed by conservative Republican President Herbert Hoover. I believe the trauma this caused to my family still has not been resolved. They are scars run deep.'If only history didn't repeat itself. Operation Wetback 1954 and today…'I wonder, in the future, will people remember Obama's deportation record? 1100 families are torn apart EVERY day. What impact are these racist policies having on the little ones whose families are being separated? And, what traumas will be passed on to the generations who haven't been born?'

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"No Borders, No Nations, Stop Deportation!" by Melanie Cervantes

New print available http://bit.ly/1gFr161
Melanie Cervantes, 11 x17, 2-color screenprint, chipboard, Printed in San Leandro, 2013

'My paternal grandparents and my uncle were deported, in the 1930s, under the “Mexican Repatriation Act” along with around 2 million other people living in the U.S. It didn't matter that my uncle was a citizen (Along with another 1.2 million others). Most people I talk to have never heard of this policy signed by conservative Republican President Herbert Hoover. I believe the trauma this caused to my family still has not been resolved. They are scars run deep.

'If only history didn't repeat itself. Operation Wetback 1954 and today…

'I wonder, in the future, will people remember Obama's deportation record? 1100 families are torn apart EVERY day. What impact are these racist policies having on the little ones whose families are being separated? And, what traumas will be passed on to the generations who haven't been born?'

I looked to good today and it was embarrassing :(

I looked to good today and it was embarrassing :(

divasdishblog:

"People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."
- Our Bodies, Ourselves.

divasdishblog:

"People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."

Our Bodies, Ourselves.