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afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
afrofuturistaffair:

The Time Travel Convention was an exhibition that explored time travel as a practical activity – something that does not necessarily require a machine, an advanced degree, or any other privileges. Using afrofuturism and the speculative as lenses, the exhibition featured time travel devices and objects from creators who use tools such as memory, dreams, imagination, manipulation of language and perception, light, and music to craft their temporal devices.
In this temporal-spatial instance, AfroFuturist Affair Creator Rasheedah Phillips debuted her speculative fiction collection, Recurrence Plot (and Other Time Travel Tales). 
More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/AfroFuturistAffair
Featuring Time Machines from:
MMGz — PsychoAcoustics & Memory Black Shesus — The Pyramid of ShesusR.Phillips — Recurrence Plot (RP)Kameelah Janan Rasheed — No Instructions of Assembly, Activation IIAlisha B. Wormsley — there are black people in the futureMourl Ferryman — The Shadow and the Substance 2014Melissa Moore — An Infinitygram: Diasporan Object Design For A New FutureNoni Red - everything begins within
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(via Janet Mock Covers ELIXHER’s “Body Issue”)


This is phenomenal!!
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My Easter basket :D
Watch "5 Signs Your Cat is a Rabbit" on YouTube
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hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
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hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
3k626ekful7ozxujar43keiw236in2h:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

at first i was really confused bc I thought it was supposed to be a painting of him when he was 14 years old


Breathtaking.The wonders of the mind…
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After she worked a 12-hour day..
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shanellbklyn:

secretofsecrets:

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suchalezbian:

hipsterlibertarian:

From Reason:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s plan to tag and track us all is going swimmingly, from a creepy, voyeuristic perspective, according to federal documents. Released by the FBI in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the records reveal plans to stick the mugs of almost one in six Americans into the Next Generation Identification (NGI) program’s facial recognition database by next year.
Combined with the more than 120 million faces in state databases and the feds’ tolerance for a remarkably high false-positive rate, your chances of getting fingered for somebody else’s misdeeds are getting pretty good.


The FBI can kiss the blackest part of my ass.

But what did you think Facebook was doing when they began facial recognition two years ago? "Ooh, tag your friends! Is that Lisa? Is that Mark? Confirm their faces so they can enjoy these pix too!"FOH. They were preparing you. Rather, bamboozling you into thinking it was just for “social networking”I swear…we continue to get trapped. It’s fucking inescapable. In our LinkedIn, our Twitters, Tumblrs, no one is safe.Further, your DNA will be uploaded to match that FBI database as well. This is already a reality for those caught up in the prison system.Did you know that begining next year, folks are going to recieve federal income tax penalties for not having health insurance?Yes. Its because they want your face. Your prints. Your job history and your biological history.Coming soon, chip implants.Oh wait…those are already here.Signed,Desperately wanting to live off the grid :(