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1 week ago with 7 notes

that girl is funny I’m glad Naomi let her know.

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1 week ago with 24337 notes

macgruberrr:

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wifigirl2080:

naomihitme:

Devon doesn’t think she’s a black model cause she’s “fair skinned” and has an “international look” 

She wasn’t even that light tho lmao “fair skinned”

Self hate is a motherfuck

fair skinned is she playin?

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1 week ago with 220 notes

colorfulcuties:

xxtrmlyunfriendlyblkhttie:

Here, have some me (◞ꈍ∇ꈍ)◞⋆**✚⃞

Submission ❤

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Underground Railroad's women to get their due at Detroit conference

1 week ago with 49 notes

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1 week ago with 3564 notes

truebloodmashups:

Black Girl in Paris (2013)

I feel like no one on tumblr has seen this charming little short, and more people really need to.

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1 week ago with 2464 notes

yourlifeindesign:

Finally have another post up on my design blog. New outfit :)

http://www.yourlifeindesign.com/2013/12/what-i-wore-gothy-goodness.html

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1 week ago with 220 notes

blackfeminismlives:

It is Ida B. Wells Day!!! Ida B. Wells funded her revolutionary investigative journalistic publications Southern Horrors and A Red Record about the next steps for freedom after emancipation through the supportive fundraiser of Black Women’s Clubs in the early 1900s. Now, we too are funding When We Free our revolutionary independent film about spiritual freedom after emancipation by reaching out to our most aligned and devoted community!!! YOU! Celebrate Ida B. Wells, independent media and the possibility of our collective freedom by donating and spreading the word!!! http://www.gofundme.com/ba5bqg

And then tune in to #idaslegacy at 2pm ET on twitter for a conversation convened by Echoing Ida and Ebony Magazine featuring Kimberly DrGoddess Ellis (and moderated by yours truly)!

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1 week ago with 41 notes

Can you write a critical review of Tyra Banks analogy of the future outlook of Afro-Beauty. Her statement was basically in the future everyone will look like, complexion wise, Beyoncé, Rihanna or herself which encourages the perception of anything darker hue of complexion will be rare. It is almost perpetuating the only black beauty is of light to white complexion. This statement has been proclaimed before and has yet to be realized. Can you tell us your opinion.

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acceber74:

mochafleur:

It sounds like a bunch of baloney…can you submit the article to me so I can do an in-depth review/criticize it properly? I’ve never even knew she said this but it doesn’t surprise me. I’m #teamNaomi for reasons..

Here you go….

http://online.wsj.com/articles/tyra-banks-says-beauty-in-the-future-will-mean-looking-different-1404762610

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/09/tyra-banks-beauty-future_n_5570528.html

thank you !

1 week ago with 351 notes

thewomanfromitaly:

donut-kun:

thewomanfromitaly:

PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROVIDES HORMONE THERAPY FOR TRANS PEOPLE AND I AM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW SOMEONE TAKE ME TO DELAWARE

Woah really?! Is that all PP’s or just select few??

p. sure its all or most, google it and check it out!

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Hello beautifuls. I deleted all the messages in my inbox if you have an advice seeking or questions my inbox is open. I will be answering most today

1 week ago with 3 notes

this morning and at night. let me know. Much love!

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