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zakkiwu:

dynastylnoire:

madeupmonkeyshit:

black people at work

TRUTH!

aint never lied 

Work.

my-little-underground:

Every time someone talked about Coachella this weekend, I thought about this video.

mpdrolet:


Muhammad Ali, Chicago, 1966
Thomas Hoepker

mpdrolet:

Muhammad Ali, Chicago, 1966

Thomas Hoepker

ziggystardick:

Bestfri(end)
Boyfri(end)
Girlfri(end)
B(∞)ty

mpdrolet:

David Bowie, Iggy Pop And Lou Reed, London, 1972   
Mick Rock

Lawd.

mpdrolet:

David Bowie, Iggy Pop And Lou Reed, London, 1972 

Mick Rock

Lawd.

disciplesofmalcolm:

Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter
(born 1943; died January 17, 1969, Los Angeles, California), an activist and former Slauson gang member, earned the nickname “Mayor of the Ghetto.” While a gang member in the early 1960s, Carter was convicted of armed robbery and sent to Soledad prison. There he became influenced by the Nation of Islam and the teachings of Malcolm X, and he converted to Islam. After his release, Carter was encouraged to join the Black Panther Party in 1967 by Huey Newton, one of its founders. Carter then formed the Southern California chapter of the Black Panthers and helped start a Free Breakfast for Children program in the area.
Carter was shot and killed in 1969 during an altercation instigated by the FBI between the Black Panther Party and the US Organization at a Black Student Union meeting at UCLA’s Campbell Hall.
-At the Los Angeles, Memorial Sports Arena Los Angeles, CA
Taken from “Black Panthers: 1968” by Howard L. Bingham

disciplesofmalcolm:

Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter

(born 1943; died January 17, 1969, Los Angeles, California), an activist and former Slauson gang member, earned the nickname “Mayor of the Ghetto.” While a gang member in the early 1960s, Carter was convicted of armed robbery and sent to Soledad prison. There he became influenced by the Nation of Islam and the teachings of Malcolm X, and he converted to Islam. After his release, Carter was encouraged to join the Black Panther Party in 1967 by Huey Newton, one of its founders. Carter then formed the Southern California chapter of the Black Panthers and helped start a Free Breakfast for Children program in the area.

Carter was shot and killed in 1969 during an altercation instigated by the FBI between the Black Panther Party and the US Organization at a Black Student Union meeting at UCLA’s Campbell Hall.

-At the Los Angeles, Memorial Sports Arena Los Angeles, CA

Taken from “Black Panthers: 1968” by Howard L. Bingham

mpdrolet:

Avoiding the pass, Johannesburg, 1955
Jurgen Schadeberg

mpdrolet:

Avoiding the pass, Johannesburg, 1955

Jurgen Schadeberg

the-suit-man:

streetetiquette:

SLUMFLOWER - A Short by Street……More menswear right here

the-suit-man:

streetetiquette: SLUMFLOWER - A Short by Street……

More menswear right here

dayne5150:

Juice…

GQ

dayne5150:

Juice…

GQ