clitriarchy:

non-black people of color love to pretend that anti-black racism is solely a white thing but let’s be real it spans every community and every race and lots of poc are using this opportunity to show their disregard for black life. derailing conversations to try to make this about you is a white supremacist tactic and i’m disappointed but actually not that surprised.. y’all are all about #solidarity until it actually counts.

reclaimingthelatinatag:

Still from the music video for “Zapata Se Queda”, which is collaboration by Lila Downs (pictured on the left) and Totó la Momposina (on the right).
Lila Downs is a Latin Grammy Award and Grammy Award winning Mexican-American artist of Mixtec descent. Born and raised in Oaxaca, Mexico, Downs’ music and performance style is known for its Mexican indigenous influences and for often speaking of Latin American political and social issues.
Also a Latin Grammy winner, Totó la Momposina is a Colombian singer of Afro-Colombian and Indigenous descent. Totó has two Latin Grammy Awards for her contribution in the Calle 13 track “Latinoamérica" and one Grammy "Lifetime Achievement Award".

reclaimingthelatinatag:

Still from the music video for “Zapata Se Queda”, which is collaboration by Lila Downs (pictured on the left) and Totó la Momposina (on the right).

Lila Downs is a Latin Grammy Award and Grammy Award winning Mexican-American artist of Mixtec descent. Born and raised in Oaxaca, Mexico, Downs’ music and performance style is known for its Mexican indigenous influences and for often speaking of Latin American political and social issues.

Also a Latin Grammy winner, Totó la Momposina is a Colombian singer of Afro-Colombian and Indigenous descent. Totó has two Latin Grammy Awards for her contribution in the Calle 13 track “Latinoamérica" and one Grammy "Lifetime Achievement Award".

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