1. (Source: agirlwholovesbusestoo)

  2. urbanassmatrix:

(via TumbleOn)

    urbanassmatrix:

    (via TumbleOn)

    (Source: slimbustyblackladies)

  3. lonewolfchillin:

    iwriteaboutfeminism:

    #Community

    just don’t stop the positivty 

  4. afrorevolution:

Never question our royalty

    afrorevolution:

    Never question our royalty

  5. pursingmyhappiness:

    I see no lies here 😂

    (Source: dealinghope)

  6. (Source: rock-lee)

  7. Find the girl you wanna change your life with

    — Mark Patterson (via tsiiu)

    (Source: kushandwizdom)

  8. beeishappy:

    Phillip Agnew of The Dream Defenders. The Dream Defenders is a human rights organization that’s building leadership and power among young people of colour to challenge racism in their communities.Phillip Agnew on All In

  9. ourafrica:

    "Many cultures celebrate the passage of a child towards adulthood. Among the Krobo of Ghana, young girls carry on an ancient tradition. Every year, girls undergo a transition to adulthood.In the beginning of the Dipo, each woman enters a house where they shed their clothing representative of their childhood and put on a new, mature set of clothing by their ritual mother. Then, they shave their heads and wash in the river which is meant to cleanse the body and spirit in preparation for womanhood. During this ceremony, they dance to music to celebrate their passage into womanhood, represent their families by wearing handmade beads passed down for generations, but most importantly, to impress a suitor and the tribe’s chief with their new found grace and beauty.” - Anthony Pappone