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jadelorelle:

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KOD has the best strippers in the nation fuck what you heard

Amazing

YES LAWD!

sidibeauty:

Sidi Beauty

6-0 Ataui Deng by Julia Noni for Fat Man Magazine SS 2014

sidibeauty:

Sidi Beauty

6-0 Ataui Deng by Julia Noni for Fat Man Magazine SS 2014

fuckhoeskillbitches:

Flyest Nigga in the Universe 

TRUTH!

TRUTH!

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imaniakika:

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weaponsofbradestruction:

whipsandwhispers:

Illustrations by Steve Lee from Ride ‘Em Cowgirl!: Sex Position Secrets for Better Bucking by Dr. Sadie Allison

I just want to try the banana split.

I wanna do it all 🙈

Let me tell you that banana split is THEE BUSINESS.

one banana split please

dont sleep on that banana split

Beautiful!..not cuz she’s nude, but because she bears the gift of life.

Beautiful!..not cuz she’s nude, but because she bears the gift of life.

revolutionary-afrolatino:

Black History Month Fact #26

The Pan African flag of red, black, and green represents African unity and liberation.

jigaram replied to your post: black history month facts

The Black Flag or Pan African Flag colors:


Black represents the people of Africa. Red stands for the blood of the people that was shed. Gold is for the Gold that was stolen from them. Green is for the land of Africa.

This design was first adopted in 1920 as the official banner of the African Race at a meeting of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA) held in New York City.
This flag uses what is known as the pan-African colors (red, black and green). The red represents the blood shed in the struggle for liberation. The black color represents the Black race, the green color represents the natural resources of Africa from where the Black race comes from.
Black History month fact #28: Rome had an African emperor
fact #27: Haiti was the first free Black nation of the “New World”
fact #26: The Pan African flag and its colors.
fact #25: Judaism originates in Africa.
fact #24: Buddhism originates in Africa.
fact #23: Africa is bigger than you think.
fact #22: Sara Baartman: The origin of black female sexual exploitation.
fact #21: Catholic Virgin Mary was Black.
fact #20: Africans founded Chinese dynasties.
Fact #19: Africans invented the calendar.
Fact #18: Africans came before the Mayans.
Fact #17 Africans discovered America
Fact #16: Africans saw planets with the naked eye.
Fact #15: Africans in Europe
Fact #14: vase Heart symbol
Fact #13: Chess originates in Ethiopia
Fact #12: The Great Pyramid of Giza and Pi (3.14)
Fact #11: The Rosetta Stone
Fact #10: The Shabaka Stone
Fact #9: Ancient Egyptians wore locs.
Fact #8: Africans had walled cities.
Fact #7: Africans had the first sewers, toilets, and perfumes.
Fact #6: The first modern humans were born in Africa
Fact #5: Ancient Egyptians were Ethiopian-descendent.
Fact #4: Origin of Greek language
Fact #3: West African empires were wealthy
Fact #2: Etymology of the word Egypt
Fact #1: Pyramid builders were Black.

Facts

revolutionary-afrolatino:

Black History Month Fact #26


The Pan African flag of red, black, and green represents African unity and liberation.

jigaram replied to your post: black history month facts

The Black Flag or Pan African Flag colors:

Black represents the people of Africa. Red stands for the blood of the people that was shed. Gold is for the Gold that was stolen from them. Green is for the land of Africa.

This design was first adopted in 1920 as the official banner of the African Race at a meeting of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA) held in New York City.

This flag uses what is known as the pan-African colors (red, black and green). The red represents the blood shed in the struggle for liberation. The black color represents the Black race, the green color represents the natural resources of Africa from where the Black race comes from.

Black History month fact #28: Rome had an African emperor

fact #27: Haiti was the first free Black nation of the “New World”

fact #26: The Pan African flag and its colors.

fact #25: Judaism originates in Africa.

fact #24: Buddhism originates in Africa.

fact #23: Africa is bigger than you think.

fact #22: Sara Baartman: The origin of black female sexual exploitation.

fact #21: Catholic Virgin Mary was Black.

fact #20: Africans founded Chinese dynasties.

Fact #19: Africans invented the calendar.

Fact #18: Africans came before the Mayans.

Fact #17 Africans discovered America

Fact #16: Africans saw planets with the naked eye.

Fact #15: Africans in Europe

Fact #14: vase Heart symbol

Fact #13: Chess originates in Ethiopia

Fact #12: The Great Pyramid of Giza and Pi (3.14)

Fact #11: The Rosetta Stone

Fact #10: The Shabaka Stone

Fact #9: Ancient Egyptians wore locs.

Fact #8: Africans had walled cities.

Fact #7: Africans had the first sewers, toilets, and perfumes.

Fact #6: The first modern humans were born in Africa

Fact #5: Ancient Egyptians were Ethiopian-descendent.

Fact #4: Origin of Greek language

Fact #3: West African empires were wealthy

Fact #2: Etymology of the word Egypt

Fact #1: Pyramid builders were Black.

Facts

sancophaleague:

Sometimes I feel as though we as Black men in society have forgotten our roles. Not all of us but a lot of us have. It’s sort of like Simba from the movie Lion King…After Mufasa (his father, representation of fatherhood, role model, and direction) died Simba got lost in the wilderness forgetting that he was supposed to be King. There’s a number of reasons for the black male struggle in society and to be quite honest I don’t think anyone will truly truly understand what it is like unless you live the life of a black boy attempting to go from a boy to a man. Between mass incarceration, police harassment, homicide, employment struggle, constant demonizing of character, lack of role models, exploitation, a society that attempts to emasculate every chance it gets, and negative media influenced stereotypes. It has the whole world scared of the black male thinking he’s nothing but a menace to society. This post is not for a pity party or an excuse for what needs to be done. This post is a reminder to Black men of what your purpose is supposed to be. PROTECT your family and protect your community. Man’s role has always been to protect since the beginning hunter and gatherer stages. TEACH, a man is supposed to be a teacher someone the youth can look to for direction. BUILD, we are supposed to build our community not destroy it. Building the community involves action to ensure the community is always moving in the best direction. Last but not least LOVE. Love yourself, your children, and your community…Love, Respect, Protect, and Care for the Black woman. Black man, Black boy know your self-worth…

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