urrrthchile:

"shinrin-yoku: the art of floral bathing" #fairchildtropicalbotanicalgardens photo credit: Nicole Mijares @estabicha

randilauren:

Photos taken by Russell Lee and Jack Delano on April 1941 & March 1942.

  • The basement of the Good Shepherd Community Center is largely used for recreational purpose. Russell Lee, April 1941.
  • Ida B. Wells Housing Project. Skipping rope at the recreation hall at the community center. Jack Delano, March 1942.
  • Boxing is popular at the Good Shepherd Community Center, Chicago, Illinois. Russell Lee, April 1941.
  • Boys and girls presenting membership cards at recreational booth in the basement of the Good Shepherd Community Center, Chicago, Illinois. Russell Lee, April 1941.

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pmjawn:

unimpressed2chainz:

goals 

LIKE HAS ANY ACTOR EVER MORE EXCEEDED THE SUPERHERO THEY PLAY?
EARTH(A)WOMAN > CATWOMAN

jade // don’t walk away, 1993

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hardcoregurlz:

Afro-Colombian hairstyle

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fuckyeahkenyans:

Trailer Movie: Leo (2012)

LEO is a charming and beguiling adult fairy-tale set in Nairobi, a Metropolitan City in Kenya that is a melting pot of East African culture, art, politics and commerce. It is a story about Maasai boy, raised in a low-income home, achieving his dream against all odds.

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manufactoriel:

My pleasure 2012, by Hank Willis Thomas
magictransistor:

Dele Abiodun

dynamicafrica:

Brenda Mutoni by Surachai Saengsuwan

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blackcontemporaryart:

Malick Sibide
ambitiondeficitdisorder:

Wattstax: LA, 1972

drapetomaniakkk:

it’s good for the soul

lalunafemme:

fashioncitizen:

This is joyous..

<3 

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[willow smith — i am me]

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"You can’t find intimacy—you can’t find home—when you’re always hiding behind masks. Intimacy requires a certain level of vulnerability. It requires a certain level of you exposing your fragmented, contradictory self to someone else. You’re running the risk of having your core self rejected and hurt and misunderstood."

- Junot Diaz  (via virginalvalour)

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