“sometimes the beauty of my people is so thick and intricate. i spend days trying to undo my eyes so i can sleep.” ― Nayyirah Waheed
by Barron Claiborne
"The Ivory Bangle Woman", so called because of the jewelry she was buried with, was seemingly one of the wealthiest women in Eboracum, or Roman York (UK). Archaeologists have recently proved that she was African.
White people are new to the earth new to wealth new to power and do not want to admit that black people taught them everything they know about living outside of the cold climate caves
Hausa brides wearing traditional henna and traditional dresses
I’m so in love!!! #hausarepresenting