REBLOG AND THEN
AND CLICK ON THE PICTURE. USE YOUR WEBCAM OR NOT.
This is the most wondrous thing. I have turned off all of my lights and I’m sat under my duvet like a secret pioneer into this fantastic little world that I can’t stop watching.
Genuinely one of the coolest things I’ve come across on here.
Ok this is amazing
I spent like 20 minutes just watching it.
omg i dont reblog stuff but fhdbsjfhdbshjfs this needs to be on my tumblr omg //stares
WOAHHH K TURNED THE LIGHTS OUT. TOOK ME A WHILE BUT WHAOOAOOOAHHH
YOU MEAN YOU PEOPLE HAVE NEVER HEARD OF THIS I LOVE THIS OKAY IT’S MEANT TO REPRESENT HOW DREAMS EVOLVE WITH RANDOM SHAPES AND REPETITIVE IMAGES ANA SOMNIA IS THE BEST THING
finnnaaalllllyyyy i’ve been waiting for this to show up again
Just when we thought Carly Rae’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ song had seen its days the lovely Rebecca Minkoff does a cover of it with The Man Repeller, Leandra Medine, and Hilary Rhoda. I couldn’t help myself from dancing in my chair to this one. So catchy, and one can’t help but smile when you see these three beauties singing and dancing along to it. xo
Starting in the beginning of the 20th Century, Communist leaders sought to establish an African American Communist controlled Republic in the American South. The plot failed, but their efforts ultimately led to the success of the civil rights movement.
Unknown to most Black men and women today, Communist ideals were already a major part of Black thought before Moscow’s direct intervention. In 1919 the African Blood Brotherhood for African Liberation and Redemption (ABB) was a radical U.S. black liberation organization established in 1919 in New York City by journalist Cyril Briggs. The group’s socialist orientation caught the attention of the fledgling American communist movement and soon evolved into a propaganda arm of the Communist Party of America.