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Princess Of Zamounda

Heir to the throne, The Kalunga Line leads the way
Thickness

Thickness

Sassy from Black Ink Crew looking like Diana Ross in Mahogany! She is schoolin’ and I am taking notes!

Sassy from Black Ink Crew looking like Diana Ross in Mahogany! She is schoolin’ and I am taking notes!

keefwasheretoo:

question joi (in black bra) were you and kate buddies back in the day…???

keefwasheretoo:

question joi (in black bra) were you and kate buddies back in the day…???

First day of Sumring!!

First day of Sumring!!

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

CLUTCH MAGAZINE: Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson become the first Black Women to win National Debate Championship

Congratulations to Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson for becoming the first black women to win a national debate championship!  The Towson University students beat 170 other teams during the Cross Examination Debate Association national championship held this week in Indiana.
Ameena and Korey’s winning argument likened police brutality, the prison-industrial complex and structural poverty issues to a warlike violence against African-Americans in the U.S. and identified solutions.

From The Baltimore Sun:

The Towson debate team was at the center of a controversy last fall when its members said the university was preventing it from participating in a tournament at Harvard University. Towson eventually relented and the team took part in that competition.
Johnson, an 18-year-old sophomore, called the win “surreal.” The team spent untold hours poring over books, articles and other publications to craft their arguments, then took more time to practice their delivery strategies, she said.MORE

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

CLUTCH MAGAZINE: Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson become the first Black Women to win National Debate Championship

Congratulations to Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson for becoming the first black women to win a national debate championship!  The Towson University students beat 170 other teams during the Cross Examination Debate Association national championship held this week in Indiana.

Ameena and Korey’s winning argument likened police brutality, the prison-industrial complex and structural poverty issues to a warlike violence against African-Americans in the U.S. and identified solutions.

From The Baltimore Sun:

The Towson debate team was at the center of a controversy last fall when its members said the university was preventing it from participating in a tournament at Harvard University. Towson eventually relented and the team took part in that competition.

Johnson, an 18-year-old sophomore, called the win “surreal.” The team spent untold hours poring over books, articles and other publications to craft their arguments, then took more time to practice their delivery strategies, she said.MORE

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I need it in my life!! I want it in my life!! #INeedMoreCoins

I need it in my life!! I want it in my life!! #INeedMoreCoins

Candles + Heatwaves’s “Always and Forever” = A very intimate night with my leftover work from Spring break #WeBeAllNight #IveBeenDrankin #DrunkAndWork #DriverPleaseFinishMyHomeworkPlease #YouDontWontToSeeEdwinaCrying

Candles + Heatwaves’s “Always and Forever” = A very intimate night with my leftover work from Spring break #WeBeAllNight #IveBeenDrankin #DrunkAndWork #DriverPleaseFinishMyHomeworkPlease #YouDontWontToSeeEdwinaCrying

Repost @simplyintricate #FirstDayofSpring #OnceICollectMyCoins

Repost @simplyintricate #FirstDayofSpring #OnceICollectMyCoins

blackpicture:

Philippe Halsman Spanish painter Salvador Dalí‎. (1954)

blackpicture:

Philippe Halsman
Spanish painter Salvador Dalí‎. (1954)

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