bryannotbrian:

jokkes:

Spiderman crashes Xmen set.

this needs to happen more often

thisisbluelanguage:

veggielezzyfemmie:

The regular girl couldn’t make it, so I’m here.

miss claudette has a special place in my heart. 

miss claudette over everything 

zizino1:

people think that not holding them accountable and responsible for their racism or anti blackness is
progressive and forward. Me sweeping what you said about black girls under the rug makes me a cool friend. pretending I didn’t hear you say the n-word is me being chill. Acting like I don’t remember you telling anti-black jokes or kidding around about blackface makes me a black friend you wanna keep around

roheartlessro:

Iconic!

welovewestafrica:

This is my favorite picture from the book

welovewestafrica:

This is my favorite picture from the book

uniquetechnique:

neutralize:

THE DAILY AFRICAN:

In 2001 Diesel launched a $15 million print campaign featuring a fictitious newspaper, The Daily African. Black models in Diesel jeans lounged in limos or lay across mahogany desks under headlines imagining Africa’s supremacy as a world power (“African Expedition to Explore Unknown Europe by Foot”).

furples:

Yaya Deng
chicmanagement.com.au

yagazieemezi:

Neffy: An Untold Tale by Melissa Blake

Neffy Okonkwo isn’t living the dream. Being a Nigerian immigrant living in the illusive city of Nottingham has lost its charm; aspirations of creating a better life for her are bittersweet, instead she begrudgingly caters to the drunk and disorderly as a washroom attendant at the local nightclub. After a particularly dismal shift, her path crosses with the pragmatic Allie Pearson (17) the daughter of her irritable neighbour, after a couple of encounters; they chip away their social dispositions and expose their crippling secrets. (keep reading)

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black-boys:

Isha Blaaker at Unique Models

black-boys:

Isha Blaaker at Unique Models

theladybadass:

Essie Lin Chia (with Jim Kelly) in 1977 film, Black Samurai

blackfashion:

Isaiah Walls & Amara Nwosu, 21 & 19, NYC
Thetimelessaesthetic.com / Instagram: Timelessaesthetic
Photography By: Reese Fuller

blackfashion:

Isaiah Walls & Amara Nwosu, 21 & 19, NYC

Thetimelessaesthetic.com / Instagram: Timelessaesthetic

Photography By: Reese Fuller


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I love films, i love reading, I like to draw, I love writing (Haruki Murakami is the word), I love pulling off pranks and most of all I love tragedy and drama.
Coconuts, grapes and bananas are the best things in this world. I hope we can get along,
I do float like a butterfly but I am likely to sting like a bee...

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