1. 23:50 13th Aug 2014

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    undergr0undking23:

    younggiftedblaq:

    This older black woman tossed her scarf around her neck so hard it hit me in my eye.

    But she was so fabulous with it, I wasn’t even mad cause I got my life.

    *rubs eyes and whispers* …black excellence…

    Opulence, decadence.

    (Source: hayakata)

     
  2. 23:39

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  3. 23:29

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  4. 23:19

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    drawinds:

"Bloom" featuring FKA Twigs

    drawinds:

    "Bloom" featuring FKA Twigs

     
  5. 23:09

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    walkerflexasranger:

    blackladyblue:

    shehateme:

    heylaurak:

    michaelmidnight:

    korratea:

    this video is so well done it deserves an oscar

    IN A ROW?

    oh my god the lipsync on this is so good

    image

    DYING

    In a row?!?

    (Source: kaiserneko)

     
  6. 22:58

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    whyldthang:

    When you’re thinking about something so hard… you speak your thoughts out loud

    I need to go to bed.

    (Source: vine.co)

     
  7. 22:48

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    (Source: 1017andpregnant)

     
  8. 22:38

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    likeafieldmouse:

Marco Fusinato - Black Mass Implosion: (Mikrokosmos: Increasing – Diminishing, Bela Bartok) (2012)

    likeafieldmouse:

    Marco Fusinato - Black Mass Implosion: (Mikrokosmos: Increasing – Diminishing, Bela Bartok) (2012)

     
  9. 22:28

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    (Source: coutugh)

     
  10. 22:17

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    evoifc:

    artblackafrica:

    Barabara Walker
    Study Series, 2011, Charcoal and pastel on paper, 50 x 70cm

    The  work  looks at the lasting affects upon the individual who finds themselves absent from the dominant cultural fiction that is tasked to posit them within ideological framework of society. What effects does this have upon a child when they glance into the cultural mirror and fail to see their reflection?”

    This made me teary