Black Poseidon

An (Afro-) Body-Positive, Spectacularly, Publicly and Erotically Objectifying (in other words, a queer and eccentric) concern with visions, bodies, disciplines, technologies, practices, powers, punishments/pedagogies, politics (re)production(s), and relationships.


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Reblogged from asylum-art

asylum-art:

This Artist Gustavo Silva Nuñez Not Only Creates Incredible Paintingsof Swimmers, He Also Interacts with Them!

Gustavo Silva Nuñez is a Venezuela-based artist who not only creates incredibly realistic paintings of swimmers, but also pose with them (mostly while creating them) in such a way that makes it seem like he’s actually interacting with the person in the painting.

Water.

(via voodoo444)

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Reblogged from blackpeopledoshittoo
blackpeopledoshittoo:

Man waving a Palestinian flag in Ferguson “because they supported St. Louis.”
Powerful.

blackpeopledoshittoo:

Man waving a Palestinian flag in Ferguson “because they supported St. Louis.”

Powerful.

(via voodoo444)

Reblogged from 4gifs
yogaboi:

Me at the club.

yogaboi:

Me at the club.

(Source: 4gifs, via evocarti)

Reblogged from darachtheboat
Right.

Right.

(Source: darachtheboat, via bonitappleblog)

Reblogged from quentintortellini

geniuschild:

quentintortellini:

History Parallels

1st image: 1967 Newark Riots

2nd image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

3rd image: 1964 Harlem Riots

4th image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

Reblogged from mansplainedmarxist
If Gaza were the United States, the toll would be 235,252 dead, and 1,171,939. In 23 days.
That’s equal to 1.4 million casualties. In 23 days.
That’s equal to 78 September 11 attacks. In 23 days.
That’s equal to 4 times all American deaths in Vietnam War. In 23 days.
Arun Gupta (via mansplainedmarxist)

(via jingaboo)

Reblogged from newsolstice

newsolstice:

Russell Brand talks about how he is “very grateful to be involved” with the launch of David Lynch Foundation’s Operation Warrior Wellness, which offers the Transcendental Meditation technique to veterans suffering with PTSD. He discusses his own experience with TM and how it offered him “access to a deeper state of happiness” and made his “tendency towards selfishness exposed as a superficial and pointless perspective to have.” He also explains how it helped him recover from his drug addiction, saying, “my recovery is contingent upon a spiritual component.” He goes on to voice his support of TM as something that can not only benefit veterans but all human beings: “This technique is applicable to all human beings in all situations, no matter how extreme, trivial or mundane, everyone can draw from it.”

Reblogged from radicalrebellion

One more time for y’all in the cheap seats

radicalrebellion:

It’s not “POC” being murdered at will by police.

It’s BLACK people. Black blackity black people. 

Stop with the POC shit

(via abolitionista)

Reblogged from awesometyrell
awesometyrell:

Josef.
Reblogged from whatgabbysaid
Reblogged from awesometyrell

awesometyrell:

A Hammer.

Reblogged from nevver
nevver:

Design Crush

Add a homemade chocolate chip cookie.

nevver:

Design Crush

Add a homemade chocolate chip cookie.

Reblogged from blackscientistsandinventors
blackscientistsandinventors:

At the center of the geopolitical anti-colonialism metaphor of Wakandan independence rests a bold SF explanation and expression of blackness embodied by Black Panther and his Wakandan homeland. The Black Panther comic  (re)imagined fixed concepts of black identity and history by having an African nation written as the source of technological wonders far advanced in comparison to any other Western nation. Steeped in mysterious African lore yet cloaked in the signature features of modernism, science and progress, The Black Panther stood out as completely different from previous attempts to represent Black Africans.
Yet  the  super-science that is a signature feature of Wakanda is also fused with the supernatural. The Black Panther as leader of the Panther Clan is granted the tribute of ingesting a special herb that enhances his sense and physical abilities along with linking him to their Panther god. In this sense, Black Panther embodies a syncretic impulse, and although syncretism has been a cultural calling card for black folk in America (where various cultural traditions and historical experiences are combined to express a unique form of black cultural expression and way of performing black racial identity), Black Panther expresses this impulse as the convergence of African tradition with advanced science and technology. In doing so, Black Panther presents a politically provocative and wildly imaginative representation of blackness with a science fiction flare.
As a result, the Black Panther character and comic book series is made more significant  and compelling as one of the most mainstream, yet radical (re)imaginations and representations of blackness. Both the character and the comic book work as a grand vision of Afrofuturist blackness where black folk are no longer overdetermined by racism and colonialism.  
- pg 12 Introduction: The Black Imagination and the Genres: Science Fiction, Futurism and the Speculative by Sandra Jackson and Julie Moody-Freeman. 

blackscientistsandinventors:

At the center of the geopolitical anti-colonialism metaphor of Wakandan independence rests a bold SF explanation and expression of blackness embodied by Black Panther and his Wakandan homeland. The Black Panther comic  (re)imagined fixed concepts of black identity and history by having an African nation written as the source of technological wonders far advanced in comparison to any other Western nation. Steeped in mysterious African lore yet cloaked in the signature features of modernism, science and progress, The Black Panther stood out as completely different from previous attempts to represent Black Africans.

Yet  the  super-science that is a signature feature of Wakanda is also fused with the supernatural. The Black Panther as leader of the Panther Clan is granted the tribute of ingesting a special herb that enhances his sense and physical abilities along with linking him to their Panther god. In this sense, Black Panther embodies a syncretic impulse, and although syncretism has been a cultural calling card for black folk in America (where various cultural traditions and historical experiences are combined to express a unique form of black cultural expression and way of performing black racial identity), Black Panther expresses this impulse as the convergence of African tradition with advanced science and technology. In doing so, Black Panther presents a politically provocative and wildly imaginative representation of blackness with a science fiction flare.

As a result, the Black Panther character and comic book series is made more significant  and compelling as one of the most mainstream, yet radical (re)imaginations and representations of blackness. Both the character and the comic book work as a grand vision of Afrofuturist blackness where black folk are no longer overdetermined by racism and colonialism.  

- pg 12 Introduction: The Black Imagination and the Genres: Science Fiction, Futurism and the Speculative by Sandra Jackson and Julie Moody-Freeman. 

(via afrofuturistaffair)

Reblogged from newsolstice
newsolstice:

I told Cece to get ready for some photos, 15 minutes later this is the result.. 

Lol!

newsolstice:

I told Cece to get ready for some photos, 15 minutes later this is the result.. 

Lol!