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Gordon Parks Untitled, Shady Grove, Alabama, 1956

Gordon Parks
Untitled, Shady Grove, Alabama, 1956

Gordon Parks Untitled, Shady Grove, Alabama, 1956

Gordon Parks
Untitled, Shady Grove, Alabama, 1956

blackfashion:

Kai Alexanderayehandsome // theloverboi

blackfashion:

Kai Alexander
ayehandsome // theloverboi

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theblaqueproject:

^^^^^

theblaqueproject:

^^^^^

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brokeymcpoverty:

so everybody at afropunk was freaking gorgeous

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artcomesfirst:

ACF art by Sacouny

artcomesfirst:

ACF art by Sacouny

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“There is no greater evidence of how tragic things are for dark-skinned women in Hollywood than the fact that they can’t even get hired to play dark-skinned women.”

Marc Lamont Hill on the casting of Nina Simone

Because this sentence breaks my heart while filling me with joy. Because dark-skinned women are creating our own work and need not be left to a “Hollywood” standard. Because we stand on the backs of those who came before and serve as a bridge for those who follow.

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“Not every white person is a racist, but the genius of racism is that you don’t have to participate to enjoy the spoils. If you’re white, you can be completely oblivious, passively accepting the status quo, and reap the rewards.” —Mychal Denzel Smith, White People Have to Give Up Racism (via deux-zero-deux)

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