lawd-knows:

theblackgodcriestoosometimes:

Flying Blind on a Rocket Cycle in Katmandu.

#everythingright

yum.

lawd-knows:

theblackgodcriestoosometimes:

Flying Blind on a Rocket Cycle in Katmandu.

#everythingright

yum.

I had to find more Whitley.  This is my favorite!  Relax, Relate, Release!

white life

white life

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newmodelminority:

khalebsalah:

strugglingtobeheard:

jcoleknowsbest:

audiodopexx:

fuckyeahfamousblackgirls:

Dominique Dawes performs her floor exercise routine in the event finals of the 1991 U.S. National Championships

well dayum

I can’t think of the a black household that didn’t watch Dominique Dawes in the early 1990’s… She used to make them fools have all the seats…

this shit is amazing. always reblog.

oh my god!! I grew up watching her perform! I remember! Back when I was a munchkin!

Her family has a barber shop in Takoma. #DontaskMehowIknowthis.

tionam:

Health Is Justice: Episode 2: “Media, Representation and the Black Queer Community” PODCAST

Listen to an awesome conversation with the brilliant documentary and feature length filmmaker Tiona McClodden, as we take on images of black queerness, artistic license and soul quenching nature of…

(via tionam)

tionam:

Be Alarmed: The Black Americana Epic-Dear Father, is one in a series of 12 trailers that reference an epic themed film that does not exist. The final form of the film will be presented in ten trailers, a press-kit per trailer containing photo film stills, a synopsis, film posters, lobby cards, assorted ephemera. Dear Father, is a darker vision that the Hero/Heroin has within the epic and is void of color to represents a more nostalgic feel. This piece also represents the estrangement between me and my own father due to his mental illness, hence the Rorschach like reduction of the fireworks over the image of him.

Each trailer is set to release monthly over the year of 2012.

Dear Father, is #2
tiona.m.

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Tags: black art