FEATURE: Two Young Black Female Entrepreneurs Launch Brown Sugar Stickers
We are two sisters born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. We are Sequoia (18) and Dakota (20), and we want to be a part of the movement of empowering black people. We launched Brown Sugar Stickers to promote awareness for black pride and positivity. Kinky hair and dark skin have been seen as a negative thing in this country for a long time. We made these stickers to take that negative vibe about black people and turn it into a positive one…
Remember how these images of anti-gay discrimination got people upset because they “stole” other people’s oppressed histories to make a point?
I’m bringing these back not to oppress anyone, but because this is literally what it could look like in Kansas soon.
People will legally be able to do things like this. If this does not scare you, I don’t know what will.
WTF???? Is the world going backwards? What the hell is wrong with people?
people keep forgetting how fucked up the united states is and this is just about sexuality, can we talk about how trans people are sent to prison, beaten to death on the streets, etc. how the united states has no right to lecture russia on lgbt rights when we refuse to give them to our own citizens? how marriage is the issue of debate but the right to staying alive apparently isn’t debatable because apparently it isn’t a right? how a crazy amount of san francisco’s homeless are lgbtqia? etc
Why are they teaching us the history of segregation and how it was HORRIBLE yet they don’t learn from it
Everyday Objects With Faces Are Awesome
When you walk around and look at everything around you, chances are, you may see a face. It may be human, it may be an animal, but sometimes you can see faces in inanimate objects. This is called Pareidolia: Seeing faces in random things!