Soul To The Fullest
The ‘Stand Your Ground’ defense is like bleach: it works miracles for whites, but it will ruin your colors.

JESSICA WILLIAMS, on The Daily Show (via inothernews)

Ok, Jessica Williams and Jesse Williams for co-presidents! 

(via be-blackstar)

alexanderly:

Mahalia Jackson - Hold Me

(TEAR MY HEART OUT WHY DONTCHA)

Soul touching

anegroking:

ilovemaicurls:

ladyatheist:

I hear this at least once a day, every day.

!!!!! Ain’t THAT some bullshit!

Ugh.

anegroking:

ilovemaicurls:

ladyatheist:

I hear this at least once a day, every day.

!!!!! Ain’t THAT some bullshit!

Ugh.

thechanelmuse:

WTH!!? THIS HAS TO BE THE CRAZIEST NEWS!
When Jakadrien Turner went missing in November 2010, her grandmother, Lorene Turner, stopped at nothing to find her. Distraught about her grandfather’s death & parent’s divorce the teen ran away from her Dallas home and ended up in Houston.
When she was arrested for theft, she gave a fake name. Unfortunately, the name belonged to a 22-year-old ilegal immigrant, and immigration officials stepped in. Despite fingerprinting the teen, ICE officials failed to confirm her identity and deported her to Colombia despite Jakadrien having no ties to the country and not speaking spanish.
When she got to Columbia, the teen was given a work card & found a job as a domestic. Her grandmother, who never gave up hope, found her on Facebook & tracked her down to Colombia, where Jakadrien said she was forced to work long hours under harsh conditions.
Now Jakadrien is apparently pregnant & stuck in a Colombian detention center unable to get home, despite pleas from her family and requests from the US Embassy asking Colombian police to turn her over.
American immigration officials claim they are investigating the incident and how Jakadrien ended up being deported in the first place. They also claim they are working on her return, but Jakadrien was supposed to be returned to her family a month ago. In spite of the delays, her grandmother hasn’t given up hope.
Want to help? Contact the US Embassy in Colombia to pressure them to bring Jakadrien home. 

thechanelmuse:

WTH!!? THIS HAS TO BE THE CRAZIEST NEWS!

When Jakadrien Turner went missing in November 2010, her grandmother, Lorene Turner, stopped at nothing to find her. Distraught about her grandfather’s death & parent’s divorce the teen ran away from her Dallas home and ended up in Houston.

When she was arrested for theft, she gave a fake name. Unfortunately, the name belonged to a 22-year-old ilegal immigrant, and immigration officials stepped in. Despite fingerprinting the teen, ICE officials failed to confirm her identity and deported her to Colombia despite Jakadrien having no ties to the country and not speaking spanish.

When she got to Columbia, the teen was given a work card & found a job as a domestic. Her grandmother, who never gave up hope, found her on Facebook & tracked her down to Colombia, where Jakadrien said she was forced to work long hours under harsh conditions.

Now Jakadrien is apparently pregnant & stuck in a Colombian detention center unable to get home, despite pleas from her family and requests from the US Embassy asking Colombian police to turn her over.

American immigration officials claim they are investigating the incident and how Jakadrien ended up being deported in the first place. They also claim they are working on her return, but Jakadrien was supposed to be returned to her family a month ago. In spite of the delays, her grandmother hasn’t given up hope.

Want to help? Contact the US Embassy in Colombia to pressure them to bring Jakadrien home. 

thechanelmuse:

WTH!!? THIS HAS TO BE THE CRAZIEST NEWS!
When Jakadrien Turner went missing in November 2010, her grandmother, Lorene Turner, stopped at nothing to find her. Distraught about her grandfather’s death & parent’s divorce the teen ran away from her Dallas home and ended up in Houston.
When she was arrested for theft, she gave a fake name. Unfortunately, the name belonged to a 22-year-old ilegal immigrant, and immigration officials stepped in. Despite fingerprinting the teen, ICE officials failed to confirm her identity and deported her to Colombia despite Jakadrien having no ties to the country and not speaking spanish.
When she got to Columbia, the teen was given a work card & found a job as a domestic. Her grandmother, who never gave up hope, found her on Facebook & tracked her down to Colombia, where Jakadrien said she was forced to work long hours under harsh conditions.
Now Jakadrien is apparently pregnant & stuck in a Colombian detention center unable to get home, despite pleas from her family and requests from the US Embassy asking Colombian police to turn her over.
American immigration officials claim they are investigating the incident and how Jakadrien ended up being deported in the first place. They also claim they are working on her return, but Jakadrien was supposed to be returned to her family a month ago. In spite of the delays, her grandmother hasn’t given up hope.
Want to help? Contact the US Embassy in Colombia to pressure them to bring Jakadrien home. 

thechanelmuse:

WTH!!? THIS HAS TO BE THE CRAZIEST NEWS!

When Jakadrien Turner went missing in November 2010, her grandmother, Lorene Turner, stopped at nothing to find her. Distraught about her grandfather’s death & parent’s divorce the teen ran away from her Dallas home and ended up in Houston.

When she was arrested for theft, she gave a fake name. Unfortunately, the name belonged to a 22-year-old ilegal immigrant, and immigration officials stepped in. Despite fingerprinting the teen, ICE officials failed to confirm her identity and deported her to Colombia despite Jakadrien having no ties to the country and not speaking spanish.

When she got to Columbia, the teen was given a work card & found a job as a domestic. Her grandmother, who never gave up hope, found her on Facebook & tracked her down to Colombia, where Jakadrien said she was forced to work long hours under harsh conditions.

Now Jakadrien is apparently pregnant & stuck in a Colombian detention center unable to get home, despite pleas from her family and requests from the US Embassy asking Colombian police to turn her over.

American immigration officials claim they are investigating the incident and how Jakadrien ended up being deported in the first place. They also claim they are working on her return, but Jakadrien was supposed to be returned to her family a month ago. In spite of the delays, her grandmother hasn’t given up hope.

Want to help? Contact the US Embassy in Colombia to pressure them to bring Jakadrien home.