1. vintageanchorbooks:

    Banned Books by the Numbers: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/22/banned-books-week-infographic_n_5852234.html

    Bless Me Ultima?! Seems a little ironic to me since I first read that in high school for UIL competition (which I didn’t enter, but that’s another story).

    Reblogged from: vintageanchorbooks
  2. The dearth of black women in influential Hollywood roles, and Theron’s failure to understand the gravity of a critique of the driving force that impacts employment prospects, and Stanley’s disaster of a review, by no means exist independently of one another, and none of them need be actively malicious in order to cause harm. They are all bound together by a unifying thread: the inability or unwillingness to see black women as fully human, fully women and worthy of complex, multi-faceted characterizations on screen that reflect the full spectrum of our lives and our emotions.
  3. Diane Lockhart in 6x1 “The Line”

    I have demands first.

    my fascination with Diane Lockhart’s hair has not ceased

    Reblogged from: inonesingleline
  4. 06x01//01x14

    Reblogged from: borncareful
  5. Reblogged from: fuckyeahparksandrec
  6. Madi Diaz: Phantom — Album Preview — KCRW

    Been a fan of hers since she opened for A Fine Frenzy/Josh Radin. She puts on an impressive live show… hoping she comes back to Austin soon!

  7. SPOILERY image above if you haven’t watched last night’s episode yet (I say this mainly for my sister since she couldn’t watch live) [Nothing Tests A Friendship Like Trumped-Up Drug Charges - The Good Wife - Previously.TV]

    SPOILERY image above if you haven’t watched last night’s episode yet (I say this mainly for my sister since she couldn’t watch live) [Nothing Tests A Friendship Like Trumped-Up Drug Charges - The Good Wife - Previously.TV]

  8. What if white men, not black women, were caricatured as 'angry'? | MSNBC

  9. It’s by having more women and more people of color running shows that you stop having to talk about it all the time, and nobody wants to talk about it all the time.
  10. ethiopienne:

    beautifullybirdy:

    loveandzombies:

    This fall, New York City becomes the first city in the nation to tackle the issue of girls’ self-esteem and body image. Recognizing that girls as young as 6 and 7 are struggling with body image and self-esteem, (over 80% of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat and by middle school, 40-70% of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body), New York City is launching a self-esteem initiative to help girls believe their value comes from their character, skills, and attributes – not appearance. 

    HOLY SHIT DISABILITY REPRESENTATION IN A MAINSTREAM BODY ACCEPTANCE CAMPAIGN

    and girls of color!

    Reblogged from: vidacount
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