pretty-period:

More girls should join boys’ teams so it could be a tradition and it wouldn’t be so special.” - 13-year-old Mo’Ne Davis, the 18th girl to play in the Little League World Series in its 68-year history, the FIRST girl to throw a Little League World Series SHUTOUT. Her fastball? 70 MILES PER HOUR. #throwlikeagirl #BlackGirlsROCK

(via black-culture)

alaynyala:

the fishtail braid to end all fishtail braids

alaynyala:

the fishtail braid to end all fishtail braids

(via theblack-aesthetic)

continentalvoyager:

Lendu Mama, Geti Village | Democratic Republic of the Congo (by C.Stramba-Badiali)
g3mgypsy:

Just because.

g3mgypsy:

Just because.

(via theblack-aesthetic)

http://possibleimpossible.tumblr.com/
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samanta-m:

My no filter game be strong 💪 

samanta-m:

My no filter game be strong 💪 

Starstruck by cvttingboard studio | Toronto
Styling: @TikaSimone
Dress: Vintage
Hat: @IshmilWaterman
Glasses: Black Market
http://www.teacupsimone.tumblr.com

Starstruck by cvttingboard studio | Toronto

Styling: @TikaSimone

Dress: Vintage

Hat: @IshmilWaterman

Glasses: Black Market

http://www.teacupsimone.tumblr.com

Keke Palmer for Bombshell

(Source: lizgillies, via allthingsblackwomen)

lust-in-her-eyes:

Today’s selfies.

curvesincolor:

96 year old runner and her 60 year old daughter.

curvesincolor:

96 year old runner and her 60 year old daughter.

gradientlair:

@FeminstaJones started the hashtag #NMOS14 (National Moment of Silence, Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST; flyer designed by @alsorae) in memory of Michael Brown, the Black teenager who was extrajudicially executed in Ferguson, Missouri. It’s about all of the Black victims of extrajudicial execution and State violence (which is NOT the same as any race’s intraracial crime). 
People can set up #NMOS14 gatherings in their own cities (see the Facebook page for #NMOS14), all to occur at the same time mentioned above. Also, follow the #NMOS14 hashtag for information (and here’s an image to change your avi, if you choose.) If time/ability etc. prevents you from attending, you can join the conversation on Twitter. It’s about community and not any one leader to speak for all. So far several people have stepped up to create gatherings for their own cities. 
These gatherings are about acknowledging our loss, our pain, our humanity. We need moments to grieve. I find it gives me time to honor our humanity that’s denied anyway and is not an either/or thing in relation to our actions to fight anti-Blackness nor to our activism. The acknowledgement of Black humanity is a radical act in an anti-Black society. It is activism. Our primary activism, in fact. #NMOS14 is not “in place” of any other action people engage in nor is it tone policing, in my opinion. A moment needs to be had just like we know we do on a personal level with Black funeral rituals. Acknowledgment of grief matters.
Please make sure to uplift Black women who also face extrajudicial execution and police violence. Please make sure to uplift Black LGBTQIA people who also face extrajudicial execution and police violence. Please make sure to especially think about and uplift Black trans women and Black sex workers who face criminalization and violence at multiple axes of oppression by a society and State who hates every single facet of their identities. 
Remember us. Remember that we matter. Our lives matter.

gradientlair:

@FeminstaJones started the hashtag #NMOS14 (National Moment of Silence, Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST; flyer designed by @alsorae) in memory of Michael Brown, the Black teenager who was extrajudicially executed in Ferguson, Missouri. It’s about all of the Black victims of extrajudicial execution and State violence (which is NOT the same as any race’s intraracial crime). 

People can set up #NMOS14 gatherings in their own cities (see the Facebook page for #NMOS14), all to occur at the same time mentioned above. Also, follow the #NMOS14 hashtag for information (and here’s an image to change your avi, if you choose.) If time/ability etc. prevents you from attending, you can join the conversation on Twitter. It’s about community and not any one leader to speak for all. So far several people have stepped up to create gatherings for their own cities. 

These gatherings are about acknowledging our loss, our pain, our humanity. We need moments to grieve. I find it gives me time to honor our humanity that’s denied anyway and is not an either/or thing in relation to our actions to fight anti-Blackness nor to our activism. The acknowledgement of Black humanity is a radical act in an anti-Black society. It is activism. Our primary activism, in fact. #NMOS14 is not “in place” of any other action people engage in nor is it tone policing, in my opinion. A moment needs to be had just like we know we do on a personal level with Black funeral rituals. Acknowledgment of grief matters.

Please make sure to uplift Black women who also face extrajudicial execution and police violence. Please make sure to uplift Black LGBTQIA people who also face extrajudicial execution and police violence. Please make sure to especially think about and uplift Black trans women and Black sex workers who face criminalization and violence at multiple axes of oppression by a society and State who hates every single facet of their identities. 

Remember us. Remember that we matter. Our lives matter.

My dad was diagnosed in *2008 with a terrible disease called ALS. We just want to spread the awareness of this disease so please check out the video and look at the description box. Anybody can participate! Celebrities everywhere are participating! We tag you!