ai-negus:

robregal:

One of the greatest songs of all-time. Hands down.

Is that t-pain in the last gif?

Yes.

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"I had always believed that I could do anything, and when you’re in school you can do anything. You can play any role, you can play any age, because that’s what you do at school. But the realization that they really didn’t make movies or TV shows about black women… I suddenly panicked. I just had this panic like ‘Oh my god, I spent all this time to do this thing that the industry is not set up for me to succeed in this thing.’ So I freaked out. I freaked out." - Tracie Thoms: Life After Juilliard

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thoughtsofablackgirl:

The Flawless And Stunning Viola Davis.

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Jesse Williams speaks the truth (X)

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mister-abstract:

superheroinx0:

When dancing wasn’t grinding all the time yet lol.

Golden

mister-abstract:

superheroinx0:

When dancing wasn’t grinding all the time yet lol.

Golden

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jassieuo:

been a while since I’ve been in the studio and I had the pleasure of

shooting Ryan! love her! Detroit link up :)

@ryandestiny of Dollhouse

@jassiuo photographer

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The Angry Black Woman is a racist trope used to deny black women their humanity. Black women aren’t allowed to be complicated — they’re just angry. Black women aren’t allowed to be upset or vulnerable — they’re just angry. Black women are not allowed justifiable reactions to the myriad of bullshit — racist, sexist and otherwise — that they face. Oh, you know those black ladies are just so angry all the time.
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