Full Moon Cityscape & Galaxy Paintings by jenn satsune | #satsune
Eve’s Bayou | written & directed by Kasi Lemmons (1997)
"Memory is a selection of images, some elusive, others printed indelibly on the brain. The summer I killed my father, I was 10 years old."
With those opening words, Eve’s Bayou coils back into the past, into the memories of a child who grew up in a family both gifted and flawed, and tried to find her own way to the truth, through the eyes of her older sister, and through the eyes of an aunt who can foretell everyone’s future except for her own.
Eve’s Bayou resonates in the memory. It called me back for a second and third viewing. For the viewer, it is a reminder that sometimes films can venture into the realms of poetry and dreams. —Roger Ebert
Franz Kafka, from Letters To Felice (via violentwavesofemotion)
Speaks for itself
Take note of the:
- black runner’s awareness of what he’s facing;
- judge’s position;
- white runner with his head down (oblivious to his opponent’s path/what he has to go through)
*plays Brotha by Angie Stone in the background and dims the lights* I continue to thank God for the men with skin rich in melanin. He took his time on you. You beautiful black men…with your beards and tattoos…your intelligence…your wit…strong-willingness to bend the rules. The protectors. The workers. Our Princes. Our Kings. Us beautiful black women, thank you for treating us as Princesses and Queens. We love you.
I want them all 😍
Jesus take the wheel !
EARTH WIND & FIRE ALBUM WORK + MUSIC is just too relevant, they they were awake, simply beyond the world. i want all these on vinyl NOW
"I think what we need is a colorblind society." Now folks, when you hear somebody say that you know you’re listening to a racist…
someone that actually loves you. (via sheekeepsmewarm)