sidibeauty:

http://sidibeauty.blogspot.com.es/

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tontonmichel:

Joy for what’s coming.

tontonmichel:

Joy for what’s coming.

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iam-tinashe:

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Beep, beep, beep, beep, the horn goes off - continuously. For some unknown reason to a foreigner in my own mother land like me, the driver continues to press the horn as it approaches us on the side of the road. As the kombi comes closer I watch with amusement as the continuous beeping noise…

ternpest:

Color Bomb (Oregon) // Brian Adelberg

Beyoncé & Solange dancing to “Losing You” at Coachella: [x]

(Source: serfborts, via nappyjoy)

muslimwomenwearclothestoo:

♥♥♥ Islami Hijabi Blog http://muslimwomenwearclothestoo.tumblr.com/ ♥♥♥
meandmybentley:

#frends

meandmybentley:

#frends

nativenudity:

Selk’nam, from Argentina.
supersleepyzahra:

muzzzza-udddin:

anothercleverjedimindtrick:

thisiswhiteculture:

specialnights:

A black man rides a bus restricted to whites only, in Durban. In an act of resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies, 1986.

look at their faces. upset that this black man dared to exist in their space

It’s sad how terrified he looks.

the fear in his eyes man :/ 

not even “their space”. Europeans invaded South Africa, separated Black people from their own country and dared to be aghast at their want to considered humans. This was just 28 years ago, guys!! 

supersleepyzahra:

muzzzza-udddin:

anothercleverjedimindtrick:

thisiswhiteculture:

specialnights:

A black man rides a bus restricted to whites only, in Durban. In an act of resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies, 1986.

look at their faces. upset that this black man dared to exist in their space

It’s sad how terrified he looks.

the fear in his eyes man :/ 

not even “their space”. Europeans invaded South Africa, separated Black people from their own country and dared to be aghast at their want to considered humans. This was just 28 years ago, guys!! 

(via nkosilathi)

yagazieemezi:

ARTIST FEATURE:

Barron Claiborne started taking pictures at age ten after receiving a camera from his mother, at which point he decided, “God, maybe I’ll just do photography, then I won’t have to do anything else.” Claiborne went on to develop a true penchant for the craft, and created a unique style, working primarily in large format and experimenting with 8x10 Polaroid film in order to lend a bronzed, overly textured quality to his photographs.

Claiborne’s photographic influences are often derived from his Southern and African ancestry, and he uses his work as a canvas for representing the tales and oral traditions at the roots of his heritage. For the past 3 years, Claiborne has focused on the bodies of women, saints, and goddesses. His work has appeared in a number of publications including NewsweekNew York Times Magazine,Rolling Stone, and Interview.

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