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✞. I LOVE love. Food and entertainment are the way to my heart. Made in Jamaica. ✈. #altruistic #CollegeGraduate

getonupmovie:

Watch the story behind the legend, James Brown. #GetOnUp comes to theaters August 1. Get tickets now!

athickgirlscloset:

Nedra Phillips wearing Tia Lyn @ The Annual Full Figured Fashion Week NYC 2014

Nedra though….YYYYAAAASSSS!

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thatdudeemu:

Any black man who sees the empowerment of black women as a threat is not down for the cause

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profashionall:

Not again…an Air Algerie plane has gone off the radar. What is going on 😨

imagehaha:

Weapons of Reproduction

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Weapons of Reproduction

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dollsofbeauty:

fancylatte:

SHE IS SO GRACEFUL AND SWEET AND AMAZING AND IF YOU DONT THINK SO JUST DROP OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH

Gorg

dollsofbeauty:

fancylatte:

SHE IS SO GRACEFUL AND SWEET AND AMAZING AND IF YOU DONT THINK SO JUST DROP OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH

Gorg

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soulsofsanfrancisco:

“You two look so vibrant and happy! How’d you meet?”
Him - “She was riding her bike a little ahead of me and I saw her being harassed by some guys in a car-“
Her - “-They were riding really close to my bike so much so that I rode up on the sidewalk-“
Him - “so I rode up to her and asked if she wanted a riding partner and she said yes, so I rode her home.”
Her - “And I’m pretty good at recognizing soul mates, people you’ve traveled with before and are meant to be in your life. When I come across that energy I’m not leaving that interaction until we exchange contact information. So we did that, and then went from 0-60 in a week.”
Him - “It was pretty quick.”
Her - “It was faster than the speed of lesbians.”
“How long have you been a couple?”
Him - “A year and a month.”
“And what’s your favorite thing about her?”
Him - “I haven’t had to stop at all. I moved from LA because it was not a place where I could cultivate what was inside of me, and when I moved out here and met her everything kept going. I’m still growing and developing and so is she. We’re both still on our same path without much compromising.”
Her - “And my favorite thing about him is he has helped me embrace who I am, who I really am. Maybe who I was afraid of being. For a long time I was fighting against myself because I was worried about how eccentric I might be if I allowed myself to go to those depths. I was worried about who I was going to alienate or what I might have to sacrifice. Particularly connections, how it would affect people who didn’t get it. I was already moving in that direction but meeting him catapulted that process because of his ability to not only accept, but celebrate my weirdness. And also, his emphasis on being natural, taking off the masks. Whether it’s a literal mask of makeup, or trying to hard, or being attached to a certain projection of yourself rather than being in the flow of what feels good in the moment and that’s the greatest gift anyone’s ever given me.”

"So what’s your story?"
Him - “I’m from LA, I moved here about a year and a half ago.”
“What do you like to do?
Him - “I like to live…and be.”
Her - “And writing and reading.”
Him - “Those are just things that I do, I feel like living is my occupation. We’re all here to perpetuate the cultivation of life. That’s what every action should be dedicated to. Whether you’re producing a child or growing plants in your yard you’re contributing to the cycle of life.”

“And what about you?”
Her - “I love my job. I’m a therapist and I help people move through the challenges of life and embrace life. I do a lot of work with trauma and a lot of people experience horrible things and then shrink the sphere of their existence because there’s such a deep seated survival mechanism of avoiding that trauma again. I’m here to help people expand and grow into their potential. I see myself as a midwife more than a channeler. I see what I’m doing as helping people give birth to themselves. They’re doing it anyway, the baby is already coming, the process is happening whether I’m there or not. The term healer can be problematic because it implies I’m doing something for you that you’re not already doing for yourself. I think that creates a unnecessary codependency. You’re being already knows how to heal, I’m just there to wipe your forehead and cheer you on.”

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psalmsofraven:

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carolemelanie:

curlykinkyfabulous:

lucidnee:

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kingdreadlamontejburna:

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ishaboo88:

toots-toots:

Little girly things…

Her hair is errthang!!!🙌😍😍 Beautiful Black Queen!!👑

So very pretty in all of them, can’t decide on a favourite!

#helllooooooimage

Hehe ^^ Hi!

Yasss

http://curlykinkyfabulous.tumblr.com/

Love te lush kinks/curls

:D

She is life and her shirt is afterlife

Hahaha^^ Thanks!

You’re welcome

dimantez4ever:

Yo every time i see NASCAR or Days of Thunder I think of her. Tia Norfleet… at 24 years of age she is the 1st and only Black Woman to Earn and recieve a NASCAR racing License. I felt like it was appropriate to write this article about Tia not to support the reverse or hidden notion of being subserviant that comes along with being the “1st black” or the “Only Black” something which we (SanCopha League) don’t agree with or support, but to show the strength of a Young Beautiful Black Woman who overcame some odds and chose to be brave enough to take role that has to be filled on the road to “Progress” however small in racial inequality. Tia chases her Dreams in a historically Bias and racist sport like NASCAR where they have been constanly taken to trial for there racist rules and behavior when it comes to participants… I never heard growing up about any woman wanting to race cars let alone working hard to actually do it and compete at its highest level. So I was pleased when I read about her and find out she the daughter of a NASCAR driver Bobby Norfleet and was inspired to be the same… Tia inspires young children by axample teaching them to chase their dreams and not be afraid to be great… Tia’s Passion for the sport is huge clearly as she worked through many low level racing Associations proving herself as she defeated competition at every level or style of racing to get where she is at now…Tia also does communtity work to aid safe driving in many southern states as well… Tia Norfleet, a show of Black Excellence and Perserverance.

dimantez4ever:

Yo every time i see NASCAR or Days of Thunder I think of her. Tia Norfleet… at 24 years of age she is the 1st and only Black Woman to Earn and recieve a NASCAR racing License. I felt like it was appropriate to write this article about Tia not to support the reverse or hidden notion of being subserviant that comes along with being the “1st black” or the “Only Black” something which we (SanCopha League) don’t agree with or support, but to show the strength of a Young Beautiful Black Woman who overcame some odds and chose to be brave enough to take role that has to be filled on the road to “Progress” however small in racial inequality. Tia chases her Dreams in a historically Bias and racist sport like NASCAR where they have been constanly taken to trial for there racist rules and behavior when it comes to participants… I never heard growing up about any woman wanting to race cars let alone working hard to actually do it and compete at its highest level. So I was pleased when I read about her and find out she the daughter of a NASCAR driver Bobby Norfleet and was inspired to be the same… Tia inspires young children by axample teaching them to chase their dreams and not be afraid to be great… Tia’s Passion for the sport is huge clearly as she worked through many low level racing Associations proving herself as she defeated competition at every level or style of racing to get where she is at now…Tia also does communtity work to aid safe driving in many southern states as well… Tia Norfleet, a show of Black Excellence and Perserverance.

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NIGGA FOR THE NIGHT

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COMING HOME WITH A

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HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT

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