blackfashion:

Dress - Thrifted; Bracelet - Forever 21
The Afro-Print Lookbook - The Date Night Look
www.itsnaynaynaynay.weebly.com

blackfashion:

Dress - Thrifted; Bracelet - Forever 21

The Afro-Print Lookbook - The Date Night Look

www.itsnaynaynaynay.weebly.com

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afro-pharaoh:

crazywisdommasters:

This is just fucking awesome. From The Source 1995 year-end wrap up issue, #76

this is interesting. but out of 36(if I counted right) artists, only one said anything about uplifting woman. and guess who it was? the only woman!!!! :0

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contemporaryblackness:

Ivan Forde
Transformation
2013

This series of photographs by Ivan Forde represents the process that the reader’s mind goes through when reading Milton’s Paradise Lost… (read more @ juxtapoz)

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Henrik Halvarsson — Clara Aker Benjamin

Henrik Halvarsson — Clara Aker Benjamin

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ijewere:

Coming Soon, editing for for Pigeons & Peacocks Magazine.
Photo : Nadine Ijewere

ijewere:

Coming Soon, editing for for Pigeons & Peacocks Magazine.

Photo : Nadine Ijewere

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chagak:

Floyd Norman, first African-American artist at Disney, 1958.

Floyd E. Norman is an American animator who worked on the Walt Disney animated features Sleeping Beauty, The Sword in the Stone, andThe Jungle Book, along with various animated short projects at Disney in the late ’50s and early ’60s.

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queennubian:

fuckyeablackart:


“Invisible Warriors” New Documentary Highlights Contributions Of Black Women During World War II
During the war, 600,000 black women worked in war production, military and government service. In order to honor these women, educator and historian, Gregory S. Cooke, whose mother served as a clerk typist during the war, started working on a documentary, Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II so these women could share their stories. Read more at http://madamenoire.com/237347/invisible-warriors-new-documentary-highlights-contributions-of-black-women-during-world-war-ii/#yfk973zMSSoEyfSL.99


i just got chills. Right on

queennubian:

fuckyeablackart:

“Invisible Warriors” New Documentary Highlights Contributions Of Black Women During World War II

During the war, 600,000 black women worked in war production, military and government service.
In order to honor these women, educator and historian, Gregory S. Cooke, whose mother served as a clerk typist during the war, started working on a documentary, Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II so these women could share their stories.
Read more at http://madamenoire.com/237347/invisible-warriors-new-documentary-highlights-contributions-of-black-women-during-world-war-ii/#yfk973zMSSoEyfSL.99

i just got chills. Right on

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