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telvi1:

when someone tries to tell you what YOU really mean:

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bc they you better than you know yourself
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is these niggas me or na?
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they not? ok
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oh ok i thought not
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palmares-politics:

shedskinbelight:

telvi1:

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telvi1:

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telvi1:

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telvi1:

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trebled-negrita-princess:

telvi1:

#unarmed

I want to purchase one of those shirts…

we aren’t the ones going around shooting innocent people. we’re not the ones who need to be wearing this shirt. 
I aint down with the “docile vulnerable negro” wave

"docile" naa this is political i wear this to work, around campus (PWI), and I go shopping in that shirt. Docile? No. Political. Yes. When people see this shirt they know exactly what I am talking about. This is called autonomy.

Yes because playing the role of the unarmed, compliant, non-aggressive, nonthreatening negro has worked so well for us. 
If you want to talk politics, policy, aka how white folks deal with people then the first lesson of the day is that the only thing Power respects is Power. 
Wearing a shirt that says “Unarmed” is not powerful.  

bc i say i am unarmed means i am compliant? show me the math please. and are you saying i have to be armed to be dangerous? obviously not. all it takes is for someone is to think that I am. Just being autonomous make me dangerous, the color of my skin makes me dangerous, my stature makes me dangerous, the hair that grows out of my head makes me dangerous, the hair on my face makes me dangerous. And the fact that I am unarmed and clearly saying that I am, makes no difference which why wearing this shirt is political.

there’s a difference between being dangerous and being a target. Your hair, stature, skin color make you a target. The ability to wield power effectively makes you dangerous. The proclamation of “Unarmed” on a shirt does absolutely nothing to lessen your viability as a target. In fact it probably heightens it being we’re dealing with racial psychopaths. Dangerous means that there is a degree of risk, to be harmed, injured, or killed. The police know there is minimal degree of risk involved with us. So when they don riot gear and shields and break out the dogs and high powered firearms, it isn’t a fear reaction, it’s a sadistic reaction. You’re wearing a shirt in hopes of prompting a reaction, a guilt reaction, shame, uncomfortability. They. Do. Not. Care. They do not have guilt or shame and they will turn a blind eye to your message, or worse yet turn it into a commodity. In order for a message to be political, it must challenge policy. The message of the unarmed Black has been trumpeted for two generations with no impact on policy. It’s time to change the message.

Wearing a shirt like this does not diminish the fact that I am black but what it does is to let people know who see this is that I am aware. I am telling you what I am. I am Black, and I am unarmed. I am also seen as dangerous under the idea that “black men are brutes”. This shirt removes the idea that I am threatening because I have a weapon. Therefore I am only threatening under preconception of race. Of course a shirt doesn’t attack policy atleast not by just one word alone.This shirt is bigger than being “unarmed” it bigger than the both of us but to say that wearing this shirt makes me docile is a reason why the black community is so divided even if it only because a matter of opinion.

again you’re attempting to appeal to morality and ethics. There is no morality here. Saying “see you’re only doing this because I’m Black” has no currency. They know this already. So who are you appealing, and to what end? This is power pure and simple. You either have the power to enforce your right to exist on this plane of existence or you dont . We live in a society that for over 500 years has done evevrything in it’s power to police us, cull us, destroy us. We have every damn right to be a threat. We have every right to he dangerous, and to be armed. Not being armed has done exactly two things for us, Jack and Shit. You ever heard of Robert F. Williams? Negros with guns? Niggas willing to kill to protect their right to exist are dangerous, niggas appealing to the moral conscience of their oppressor remain victims, and damn their children to the same fate.

😒 I know what you’re saying but that’s not what I’m saying at all. This shirt doesn’t represent what you think it does, to me at least. I thought I’ve made that clear but obviously not. This shirt has a different meaning that what you’re attaching to it. Wearing a shirt like this doesn’t mean that I am not militant, it doesn’t mean that I won’t fight for my rights violently nor is it saying that I will. It’s just a shirt that says “unarmed” which means something different to everyone who sees it and “docile” is the last thing this shirt should say about myself. No where did I say I won’t fight for my rights no where does this shirt say that either. And if you want to use take about fallacies, and morally then tell me on what premises have you decided I am any of the things that you accuse me of?

this person is reaching so much that they missed the entire point of the shirt. if anything this shirt will make white people uncomfortable. nothing about this shirt says docile. it makes a statement. your fault for not understanding context.

….shirts like this and the attitudes that inspire them are why niggas are an endangered species. 
….white people know we’re “unarmed” literally and figuratively, they know we have no power.
….we will never have power so long as we are more concerned with appeasing the white gaze than we are with eradicating it’s utility in policing our minds, bodies, and souls. 
….this shirt translates to “i’m just minding my business, please don’t kill me white people.”
…this shirt conveys passivity in every sense of the word. your statement is one that is inherently non-threatening to the murderous white establishment, and thus useless in any effort to be liberating. 
…but if you think i’m wrong go buy it, pay that sales tax, and finance your own oppression. 



The ideas that other niggas are passive by means of merely a shirt alone and that niggas are an endangered species is why we have no true nation.

palmares-politics:

shedskinbelight:

telvi1:

rebelbaes:

telvi1:

rebelbaes:

telvi1:

rebelbaes:

telvi1:

rebelbaes:

trebled-negrita-princess:

telvi1:

#unarmed

I want to purchase one of those shirts…

we aren’t the ones going around shooting innocent people. we’re not the ones who need to be wearing this shirt. 

I aint down with the “docile vulnerable negro” wave

"docile" naa this is political i wear this to work, around campus (PWI), and I go shopping in that shirt. Docile? No. Political. Yes. When people see this shirt they know exactly what I am talking about. This is called autonomy.

Yes because playing the role of the unarmed, compliant, non-aggressive, nonthreatening negro has worked so well for us. 

If you want to talk politics, policy, aka how white folks deal with people then the first lesson of the day is that the only thing Power respects is Power. 

Wearing a shirt that says “Unarmed” is not powerful.  

bc i say i am unarmed means i am compliant? show me the math please. and are you saying i have to be armed to be dangerous? obviously not. all it takes is for someone is to think that I am. Just being autonomous make me dangerous, the color of my skin makes me dangerous, my stature makes me dangerous, the hair that grows out of my head makes me dangerous, the hair on my face makes me dangerous. And the fact that I am unarmed and clearly saying that I am, makes no difference which why wearing this shirt is political.

there’s a difference between being dangerous and being a target. Your hair, stature, skin color make you a target. The ability to wield power effectively makes you dangerous. The proclamation of “Unarmed” on a shirt does absolutely nothing to lessen your viability as a target. In fact it probably heightens it being we’re dealing with racial psychopaths. Dangerous means that there is a degree of risk, to be harmed, injured, or killed. The police know there is minimal degree of risk involved with us. So when they don riot gear and shields and break out the dogs and high powered firearms, it isn’t a fear reaction, it’s a sadistic reaction. You’re wearing a shirt in hopes of prompting a reaction, a guilt reaction, shame, uncomfortability. They. Do. Not. Care. They do not have guilt or shame and they will turn a blind eye to your message, or worse yet turn it into a commodity. In order for a message to be political, it must challenge policy. The message of the unarmed Black has been trumpeted for two generations with no impact on policy. It’s time to change the message.

Wearing a shirt like this does not diminish the fact that I am black but what it does is to let people know who see this is that I am aware. I am telling you what I am. I am Black, and I am unarmed. I am also seen as dangerous under the idea that “black men are brutes”. This shirt removes the idea that I am threatening because I have a weapon. Therefore I am only threatening under preconception of race. Of course a shirt doesn’t attack policy atleast not by just one word alone.This shirt is bigger than being “unarmed” it bigger than the both of us but to say that wearing this shirt makes me docile is a reason why the black community is so divided even if it only because a matter of opinion.

again you’re attempting to appeal to morality and ethics. There is no morality here. Saying “see you’re only doing this because I’m Black” has no currency. They know this already. So who are you appealing, and to what end? This is power pure and simple. You either have the power to enforce your right to exist on this plane of existence or you dont . We live in a society that for over 500 years has done evevrything in it’s power to police us, cull us, destroy us. We have every damn right to be a threat. We have every right to he dangerous, and to be armed. Not being armed has done exactly two things for us, Jack and Shit. You ever heard of Robert F. Williams? Negros with guns? Niggas willing to kill to protect their right to exist are dangerous, niggas appealing to the moral conscience of their oppressor remain victims, and damn their children to the same fate.

😒 I know what you’re saying but that’s not what I’m saying at all. This shirt doesn’t represent what you think it does, to me at least. I thought I’ve made that clear but obviously not. This shirt has a different meaning that what you’re attaching to it. Wearing a shirt like this doesn’t mean that I am not militant, it doesn’t mean that I won’t fight for my rights violently nor is it saying that I will. It’s just a shirt that says “unarmed” which means something different to everyone who sees it and “docile” is the last thing this shirt should say about myself. No where did I say I won’t fight for my rights no where does this shirt say that either. And if you want to use take about fallacies, and morally then tell me on what premises have you decided I am any of the things that you accuse me of?

this person is reaching so much that they missed the entire point of the shirt. if anything this shirt will make white people uncomfortable. nothing about this shirt says docile. it makes a statement. your fault for not understanding context.

….shirts like this and the attitudes that inspire them are why niggas are an endangered species. 

….white people know we’re “unarmed” literally and figuratively, they know we have no power.

….we will never have power so long as we are more concerned with appeasing the white gaze than we are with eradicating it’s utility in policing our minds, bodies, and souls. 

….this shirt translates to “i’m just minding my business, please don’t kill me white people.”

…this shirt conveys passivity in every sense of the word. your statement is one that is inherently non-threatening to the murderous white establishment, and thus useless in any effort to be liberating. 

…but if you think i’m wrong go buy it, pay that sales tax, and finance your own oppression. 

The ideas that other niggas are passive by means of merely a shirt alone and that niggas are an endangered species is why we have no true nation.


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Yes. Black on Black crime is important but don’t tell me what I should be more concerned about because essentially you’re trying to tell me race doesn’t matter. Of course black people kill more black people. Where is there ever integrated poor neighborhoods of black and whites? If you’re poor of course you are more likely to commit certain type of crimes. Of course black people are more likely to commit certain type of crimes. Race matters in ways most people won’t think about. There is black on black crime for institutional reasons that have been systematically enforced. If a black person kills another black person I know that the possibilities to why this happen, happened as a result of forces that keep them at bay but when a white person kills a black person I ask myself how does race matter in this instance. With the standing stereotypes of black men and women that has been around since colonialism I am not shy in construction ideas to why this may have happened.

I wear a shirt that says “unarmed” not because I am afraid not because I am begging, or not because I am fickle or nonviolent but because that word carries a burden to so many people who look like I do. Why must we be unarmed to begin with? Why is it that psychological testing show that African Americans are perceived to be in possession of a weapon even when they are not close enough to tell? Why is it that unarmed is now a thing? Why is it that we have to say don’t shoot? Why!? Because of civil rights are being violated. Why!? I don’t know, are we still second class citizens? Or is it that we are a threat? I refuse to keep quiet about it. And I refuse to let other people who look like me to face faith of those who had fallen.

onlyblackgirl:

White kids start a riot in NH over a pumpkin fest, injuring people and setting shit on fire = haha college kids having too much fun.

Black people protesting a murder = out of control raging violent thugs.

Oh. Tell me again how racism doesn’t exist.

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