I'm just a young mamichula trying to help overthrow this sexist, misogynist, oppressive, racist as patriarchy we call society. Just trying to get past "Da Struggle" and fight THE SYSTEM that created it.

Ramelcy es mi nombre y no tengo apodo. And just because i love this quote: "I am womon. Whole. Complete. Capable of falling apart, just to come together, improved and better without you."

This is also just a peek into a fly playa’s life so forreal, get to know me. I keep it a hunnet. WonnFitttee. 24/7. 365 days. Trill recognize Trill. lmao, I learned a long time ago not to take everything so seriously. & Don't hesitate to say hola or drop a question & apparently my advice is sought after so you're free to do the same cus I'm officially your life guru, homie.

(p.s. subscribe to my youtube "brwnfemproductions" )! twitter: Ramelcys_

 

it’s crazy when you outgrow parts of people that once attracted you to em’ & now it’s the reason shit ain’t workin’

soulbrotherv2:

On this date, August 9, in 1997, Abner Louima was beaten. Louima, a Black Haitian immigrant was arrested and brutally attacked by four New York City police officers.
The Abner Louima Case, 10 Years Later

By Sewell Chan 
Ten years ago today, a 30-year-old Haitian immigrant named Abner Louimawas arrested and sodomized with a broomstick inside a restroom in the 70th Precinct station house in Brooklyn. The case became a national symbol of police brutality and fed perceptions that New York City police officers were harassing or abusing young black men as part a citywide crackdown on crime.The case also marked the beginning of the unraveling of Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani’s relationship with the black community in New York. That relationship would deteriorate even further, after the police shot two unarmed black men, Amadou Diallo in February 1999 and Patrick Dorismondin 2000.  [Continue reading article.]

soulbrotherv2:

On this date, August 9, in 1997, Abner Louima was beaten. Louima, a Black Haitian immigrant was arrested and brutally attacked by four New York City police officers.

The Abner Louima Case, 10 Years Later

By Sewell Chan 

Ten years ago today, a 30-year-old Haitian immigrant named Abner Louimawas arrested and sodomized with a broomstick inside a restroom in the 70th Precinct station house in Brooklyn. The case became a national symbol of police brutality and fed perceptions that New York City police officers were harassing or abusing young black men as part a citywide crackdown on crime.

The case also marked the beginning of the unraveling of Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani’s relationship with the black community in New York. That relationship would deteriorate even further, after the police shot two unarmed black men, Amadou Diallo in February 1999 and Patrick Dorismondin 2000.  [Continue reading article.]

anybody poppin wanna go to the Bronx zoo with me tomorrow, lol, I’ll take cool pictures of you with the animals if ya want..

Quick piece of advice, do nottttt be comparing naturalist@s’ hair to random shit in an attempt to be funny ESPECIALLY if YOU ain’t naturallllllllll. Like do not compare that shit to pubes, cheetos, brillo pads, velcro, a chia pet, don’t compare it to a mushroom, or anything at all. Just don’t.

It’s not cute and it’s rude even if we are homies. no no no no.

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memoriasconsazon:

I wrote a letter to the sky saying maybe one day you’ll get to kiss me
My girl found it in the car and said baby why you trying to diss me?
Cause you know you’re my baby, you know you’re my baby, ooh
I’m not just in it for the ride, in it for the ride, yeah

still a gem