1. well said!

    (Source: scarletsrealmagic, via goddesswithinyou)

  2. africashowboy:

    Let the child be a child. Photo by Nana Kofi Acquah @africashowboy (Copyright: 2014).

    Such an ethereal image. It’s what nostalgia looks like.

    (via afroklectic)


  6. Jonathan Demme loves my Nana :-)
    Thinking about going to see this…


  7. "If we see ourselves as powerless we give our power over to others. If we believe only the positive deserves our attention we are denying the experience of all those who suffer day in day out. And if we call only on others to do their bit and own up, we are denying or own part in both the potential for positive change and the maintenance of a dysfunctional and destructive status quo."
    — Sara Varcas
  8. And this is why Black feminism is different. Because at it’s heart it is about uplifting Black people regardless of gender. 

  9. givemesomesoma:

    Kenyan woman holds her pet deer in Mombassa, March 1909.-Underwood and Underwood

    (Source: inneroptics, via bigdrone)

  10. diasporicroots:

    African Mathematics

    Ron Eglash: The fractals at the heart of African designs.

    The impact of African mathematics brought to the world the binary system which has brought about digital technology and circuitry.

    In this very Interesting talk Ron Eglash talks about how Africans made use of fractals mathematics in their village design and how this knowledge governs African Design and Architecture to date. Thankfully African Fractals are being used by schools in Africa and America to better teach mathematics and understanding of the binary system.

    See more here http://www.ccd.rpi.edu/Eglash/csdt/african.html