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momo33me:

Because they are NOT numbers, here are the names of martyrs who were killed in Palestine ‬ in July 7th by the Israeli Occupation in Gaza Mazen al-Jarba, 30, Marwan Salim, 23 Ibrahim Al-Bal’awi 24 Abderrahman el-Zamly, 22 Mustafa Abu-Mur, 22 Mustafa Abu-Mur's twin brother Khaled Abu-Mur, 22 Sarif Ghneem, 22 Gumaa Abu-Shallouf, 24

where is the media??

la-xingada:

momo33me:

Because they are NOT numbers, here are the names of martyrs who were killed in Palestine ‬ in July 7th by the Israeli Occupation in Gaza 
Mazen al-Jarba, 30, 
Marwan Salim, 23 
Ibrahim Al-Bal’awi 24 
Abderrahman el-Zamly, 22 
Mustafa Abu-Mur, 22 
Mustafa Abu-Mur's twin brother Khaled Abu-Mur, 22 
Sarif Ghneem, 22 
Gumaa Abu-Shallouf, 24

where is the media??

ahnka:

lascasartoris:


Competitors for the Carnival Queen title rehearsing at Holborn Hall, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 
The first Caribbean Carnival  (the precursor to Notting Hill Carnival) was held in St Pancras Town Hall in January 1959.

Contenders for the role of Carnival Queen rehearsing for the first Caribbean Carnival, London, January 1959. Photographer Chris Ware.
Faye Craig was crowned “Carnival Queen” and won a trip to carnival in Trinidad the following year. 
There were 12 contestants, all from the UK’s West Indian community - 6 Jamaicans, 6 Trinidadians, 1 from British Guiana and 1 Vincentian.  From left to right, Fay Craig, Faye Sparkes, Charmain Ourre, Shirley Robinson, June Allison Bailey, Beryl Cunningham, Ronia Richards, Carlita Callymore, Monica Dwyer and Terez Wiggins.
The beauty contest was championed by Claudia Jones, a leading Black political activist, founder and editor of the West Indian Gazette, and ‘Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’. Claudia Jones was also a supporter of beauty and hairdressing salons run by West Indian women and insisted that the West India Gazette carry beauty tips as way to communicate to a female audience the goals of Black self-realisation and valuing Black women’s beauty.
"this was before the Black Power Days. This was well before we all knew that we were beautiful. We might not have know it, but she knew, and she started this beauty contest." - Corinne Skinner Carter


We’ve always known we were beautiful. 

ahnka:

lascasartoris:

Competitors for the Carnival Queen title rehearsing at Holborn Hall, Gray’s Inn Road, London.

The first Caribbean Carnival  (the precursor to Notting Hill Carnival) was held in St Pancras Town Hall in January 1959.

Contenders for the role of Carnival Queen rehearsing for the first Caribbean Carnival, London, January 1959. Photographer Chris Ware.

Faye Craig was crowned “Carnival Queen” and won a trip to carnival in Trinidad the following year. 

There were 12 contestants, all from the UK’s West Indian community - 6 Jamaicans, 6 Trinidadians, 1 from British Guiana and 1 Vincentian.  From left to right, Fay Craig, Faye Sparkes, Charmain Ourre, Shirley Robinson, June Allison Bailey, Beryl Cunningham, Ronia Richards, Carlita Callymore, Monica Dwyer and Terez Wiggins.

The beauty contest was championed by Claudia Jones, a leading Black political activist, founder and editor of the West Indian Gazette, and ‘Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’. Claudia Jones was also a supporter of beauty and hairdressing salons run by West Indian women and insisted that the West India Gazette carry beauty tips as way to communicate to a female audience the goals of Black self-realisation and valuing Black women’s beauty.

"this was before the Black Power Days. This was well before we all knew that we were beautiful. We might not have know it, but she knew, and she started this beauty contest." - Corinne Skinner Carter

We’ve always known we were beautiful. 

blackhistoryalbum:

WASH, BLOW & PRESS
Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth - a vocational high school for African-American students, Bordertown, NJ. Circa 1920s-30s.

blackhistoryalbum:

WASH, BLOW & PRESS

Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth - a vocational high school for African-American students, Bordertown, NJ. Circa 1920s-30s.

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Detroit: Water is a Human Right protest, May 23, 2014.

Detroiters protest water shut offs

5centsapound:

Carrie Mae Weems: The Kitchen Table Series (1990)

*for the other kind of valentines day

eaedwards:

Carrie Mae Weems. 

Although I am obsessed with all of Weems’ work, there is a special place in my heart for her The Kitchen Table Series.  I think what gets me about this series is the simplicity; The ability to convey so much from one scene, one location, one family is amazing.   
 

inlovingshadesforall:

Make Space For Great People!

inlovingshadesforall:

Make Space For Great People!

shihlun:

A fire burns in the Bronx while local kids continue to play ball.

shihlun:

A fire burns in the Bronx while local kids continue to play ball.