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11

Apr

abidhaaaa:

In my opinion, one of the greatest moment in History. 

abidhaaaa:

In my opinion, one of the greatest moment in History. 

10

Apr

divineninelover:

Delta Zeta Chapter
Central State University

divineninelover:

Delta Zeta Chapter

Central State University

yoonjoon:

Southern Cali SGRhos wrecking shop @ the Long Beach Stepshow 2012

yoonjoon:

Southern Cali SGRhos wrecking shop @ the Long Beach Stepshow 2012

09

Apr

blackfashion:

Black History by ~Lawdi

“This being Black History Month, I would like to ask people to celebrate the similarities and not focus on the differences between people of colour and not of colour.”  ~Lynn Swann
“We should emphasize not Negro History, but the Negro in history. What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice.” - Carter Woodson

blackfashion:

Black History by ~Lawdi

“This being Black History Month, I would like to ask people to celebrate the similarities and not focus on the differences between people of colour and not of colour.”  ~Lynn Swann

“We should emphasize not Negro History, but the Negro in history. What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice.” - Carter Woodson

16

Jan

mr-two:



Bill and Camille Cosby.

mr-two:

Bill and Camille Cosby.

(Source: reveriesysuenos)

28

Dec

What really stood out in the genre was women of color acting like heroes rather than depicting nannies or maids. We were redefining heroes as schoolteachers, nurses, mothers, and street-smart women who were proud of who they were. They were far more aggressive and progressive than the Hollywood stereotypes.”
Pam Grier on the Blaxplotation Genre

What really stood out in the genre was women of color acting like heroes rather than depicting nannies or maids. We were redefining heroes as schoolteachers, nurses, mothers, and street-smart women who were proud of who they were. They were far more aggressive and progressive than the Hollywood stereotypes.”

Pam Grier on the Blaxplotation Genre

theotherblack:

Before Lady GaGa, before Nicki Minaj there was Betty Davis…

theotherblack:

Before Lady GaGa, before Nicki Minaj there was Betty Davis…