from the sun.
from the sun.
Me walking into the next beach day, knowing black don’t crack and I’m going to be a bikini clad bad bitch for the longest. Favorite Halle Berry film? Via: Halle Berry Fan Pics
Artist: Aaronya Paints
Two of the sexiest world leaders to ever exist. Their birthday should be a holiday just for their iconic level of existence. Thank you for both for being born. We are eternally grateful. Should today be a holiday? Via: Royal Watcher
I’ll take advantage while
You hang me out to dry
But I can’t see you every night
“A visual narrative based on Eva’s traumatic medical event which highlights the emotional stages from before, during and after her surgery. Her objective is to address the lack of information and medical attentiveness available for Black women regarding their reproductive health. Eva’s story addresses symptoms of ovarian cysts and the micro aggressions Black women face during times of crisis…” –Leica Camera
Black women have higher death rates under medical care, especially noted during labor. Why? We are perceived as being able to tolerate more pain, ignored when agony is vocalized. Whereas our white counterparts are over medicated.
Gorgeous skin, this is my goal every summer. I’m trying to be so black I’m purple, I want colors to jump off my even tone, blemish free organ. This is in Chinatown, but which one in the world? #RaceToPurple
Harlem (NYC) based photographer Mark Clennon, perfectly captures the African diaspora in the urban setting. Which photo of his is your favorite?
Last Friday, African American pioneer Diahann Carroll passed away. Succumbing to cancer, after a long battle. The Oscar nominated, Tony award winning actress was the first to portray a non-stereotypical role, of an African American woman on television. As Dominque Devereaux, she played the multi-millionaire half-sister of Dynasty’s Blake Carrington. Decked to the nines in jewels and furs, the Bronx native broke barriers, by defying the poverty stricken colored woman. She was the first black woman to win a best actress Tony, for No Strings; rounding out her accolades is her Academy Award nomination for Claudine.
I best remember her as Whitley Gilbert’s high maintenance, higher standards, overbearing wealthy mother, on A Different World. Dwayne working tirelessly to gain her approval.
Thank you beautiful, black, queen, for paving the way for every contemporary actress. For allowing them to see a version of themselves previously implausible. Might go as Dominque for Halloween this year.