Community Servant. Pan Africanist. Africana Womanist. Nigerian. spiritualist. Educator. And all those other forms of identity I manifest. This blog is dedicated to those alike and those different. my point of view is not the world view. Mimi Ni Mapinduzi. Hotep!

OSU Black Tie Affair with my Zuri! Some people are so important in our life, not just because we enjoy their company, but because we are spiritually connected. #black #blacklove #afrikan #Nigeria #Barbados #love #peace #osuhc2014 #blacktieaffair #alittlesomethingsomething
 (at Hyatt Regency Columbus)

OSU Black Tie Affair with my Zuri! Some people are so important in our life, not just because we enjoy their company, but because we are spiritually connected. #black #blacklove #afrikan #Nigeria #Barbados #love #peace #osuhc2014 #blacktieaffair #alittlesomethingsomething
(at Hyatt Regency Columbus)

30roundrevolution:

robotcosmonaut:

Jeremy Chambers

I wish I could reblog this a billion times

30roundrevolution:

robotcosmonaut:

Jeremy Chambers

I wish I could reblog this a billion times

(via black-culture)

mysticalmalik:

DAAYMN

mysticalmalik:

DAAYMN

(via lovecy)

Happy Indigenous Day! #racism #imperialism #genocide #colonialism #Cherokee #bloodline #solidarity #resistance #revolutionary #natives

Happy Indigenous Day! #racism #imperialism #genocide #colonialism #Cherokee #bloodline #solidarity #resistance #revolutionary #natives

davylimejuice:

levanna:

mma-gifs:

5 year old shows off her Muay Thai Combos

Get it little b.

Her effing blocks though get me. Sick.

(via iwannajamitwithyou)

afrikan-centered-education:

“Negro is an interesting word. This country couldn’t call us Africans, because if it had, we would have understood some things about ourselves. We would not have been this “Negro America”, constantly enslaved even after slavery. It would have given us a sense of continuity. So, they had to say ‘colored’ and ‘Negro’ and ‘nigger’ to keep us in our place- to remind us that we were only from this country.” ~Sonia Sanchez 

afrikan-centered-education:

“Negro is an interesting word. This country couldn’t call us Africans, because if it had, we would have understood some things about ourselves. We would not have been this “Negro America”, constantly enslaved even after slavery. It would have given us a sense of continuity. So, they had to say ‘colored’ and ‘Negro’ and ‘nigger’ to keep us in our place- to remind us that we were only from this country.” 

~Sonia Sanchez 

feministcaptainkirk:

vintagegal:

Gordon Parks - Black Muslim Protest, 1963 (via)

This was 51 years ago. Has anything really changed?

feministcaptainkirk:

vintagegal:

Gordon Parks - Black Muslim Protest, 1963 (via)

This was 51 years ago. Has anything really changed?

(via theculturedactivist)