brownglucose:

Shit

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theblackamericanprincess:

Yesssss
blackfashion:

High waist levis . floral collard shirt . rain boots
Lee’Anne Watson
20
Tampa,Fl

blackfashion:

High waist levis . floral collard shirt . rain boots

Lee’Anne Watson

20

Tampa,Fl

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vintageblackglamour:

"Education begins at the home. You can’t blame the school for not putting into your child what you don’t put into him." - Geoffrey Holder. The legendary dancer Carmen de Lavallade shared this beautiful photo on her Facebook page of her husband, the legendary dancer, actor, painter and director Geoffrey Holder with their son, Leo. While I understand that Mr. Holder is retired, Ms. Carmen de Lavallade is still performing masterfully today! Her latest show, “As I Remember It” will have its world premiere at Jacob’s Pillow in Massachusetts in June 2014 and will tour nationally through 2015. You can visit her website for more information. http://www.carmendelavallade.com/current/ 

vintageblackglamour:

"Education begins at the home. You can’t blame the school for not putting into your child what you don’t put into him." - Geoffrey Holder. The legendary dancer Carmen de Lavallade shared this beautiful photo on her Facebook page of her husband, the legendary dancer, actor, painter and director Geoffrey Holder with their son, Leo. While I understand that Mr. Holder is retired, Ms. Carmen de Lavallade is still performing masterfully today! Her latest show, “As I Remember It” will have its world premiere at Jacob’s Pillow in Massachusetts in June 2014 and will tour nationally through 2015. You can visit her website for more information. http://www.carmendelavallade.com/current/ 

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your-bodyisbeautiful:

jlareine:

OMG LOVE THIS S/O to whoever made this

Reblogging again because it’s literal perfection

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throwbacksongs:

Tevin Campbell - Can We Talk

Lawd. Yes.

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yagazieemezi:

The Boys of the Lake

Young Rwandan boys playing in Lake Kivu, kids that grow up near the Lake play in the water and learn from adults how to fish, paddle wooden canoes.

"Through my work, I want to celebrate the resiliency of the human soul and highlight the unbreakable strength of our spirits to bounce back after tragedies. My goal is to educate,challenge assumptions,foster understanding and bring communities together."

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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blah-blahs:

This guy wants to be mad but can’t

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stvdy:

Josiah Gordon