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youngblackandvegan:

hayakata:

This looks so much like my hair. 

glory





skyetownsend:

Oh shucks! Is it inconvenient to love black culture right now? Where did all y’all go? I swore all of you said you believe we are all equal and gotta stop seeing race cause we all bleed red. Please! Come on and join us! Standing up for justice is way more “hardcore” than listening to Jay Z uncensored if you protest until the sun sets. It will be really “edgy” and “hip” to hit the “ghettoest” parts of Ferguson right now! Who’s down? You should braid your hair up and slick your fully-adult baby hairs for some of the peaceful protests, and rallies.. it’ll be so cool, my “nig”! Come on! Let’s be black now!

skyetownsend:

Oh shucks! Is it inconvenient to love black culture right now? Where did all y’all go? I swore all of you said you believe we are all equal and gotta stop seeing race cause we all bleed red. Please! Come on and join us! Standing up for justice is way more “hardcore” than listening to Jay Z uncensored if you protest until the sun sets. It will be really “edgy” and “hip” to hit the “ghettoest” parts of Ferguson right now! Who’s down? You should braid your hair up and slick your fully-adult baby hairs for some of the peaceful protests, and rallies.. it’ll be so cool, my “nig”! Come on! Let’s be black now!



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ourblackproject:

The Black body, more so of women, have stood on the opposite side of the narrow Eurocentric standards of beauty. Black hairstyles have defiantly rebelled against and even when straightened added creative magic of Blackness and Boldness. 

Black hair, whether relaxed or natural, locked or shaven is beautiful. Black women are beautiful. 



brownglucose:

lynnwho:

blackyogis:

Community members take part in a yoga class in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago, IllinoisREUTERS/Jim Young

this is beautiful <3

:-)

brownglucose:

lynnwho:

blackyogis:

Community members take part in a yoga class in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois
REUTERS/Jim Young

this is beautiful <3

:-)


How come black people are violent and destructive when tragedy strikes? Like hurricane Katrina... When the earthquake and tsunami hit my country we didn't loot or burn buildings down. This is a serious question and I hope you can provide a logical answer. Please.
Anonymous

20th Aug
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