♪Lookin’ Trinidadian, Japanese and Indian. Got Malaysian, got that yaki, that wavy Brazilian♪

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Beyoncé & Nicki Minaj performing ***Flawless in Paris (FULL HD)

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lulz-time:

BACK IN STOCK!

Wicked Clothes presents: the Tri-Blend ’A Woman’s Place’ Shirt!

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itsraddyhoe:

sirxtokes:

rare

Too rare


Over rare.

welcometosaturnn:

itsraddyhoe:

sirxtokes:

rare

Too rare

Over rare.

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"Adaeze means the daughter of a king in Igbo. Igbos do not believe in Kings. They have a traditional democratic system where women and men have their peer groups and are represented. I think the name is ironic. Kings never truly existed in Igboland till the colonizers arrived. Ada in Igbo means daughter. First daughter to be precise. It is one of the most beautiful names in Igbo. It is also a title for first daughters. Umuada are a group of women from the same community who meet up to discuss on how to improve their various communities. In Nigeria, Igbo women can be seen every Sunday afternoon with colorful wrappers, running to meet up with their fellow women from the same village no matter how far away from home they are. I used to watch in amazement as they helped each other, warning abusive husbands and praising women who were doing great in business while helping others who needed help. I grew up surrounded by such women who would not let you lift a finger during your celebration. You should see them, cooking together, laughing together and celebrating each other. Igbo men would say, no matter what you do never make Umuada angry. Simply put, do not hurt their sisters."

Ndi Nne Mama

Ijeoma Umebinyuo

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Igbo & proud

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emwoodson:

51 years ago today Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed in a racially-motivated act of terrorism, killing four little girls inside. #BlackHistory

emwoodson:

51 years ago today Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed in a racially-motivated act of terrorism, killing four little girls inside. #BlackHistory

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yo90stracks:

2 Live Crew - Hoochie Mama

You ain’ts gots to lie Craig, you ain’t gots to lie.

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"We assume others show love the same way we do — and if they don’t, we worry it’s not there."

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Everyone has their own love language. That’s one of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned.

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I have to remind myself of this constantly.

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