Everything But The Girl Cover by Kimberly Anne

Check out the Maths Time Joy remix here:https://soundcloud.com/mathstimejoy/missing-maths-time-joy-x

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This is a great cover of one of my favorite songs by Everything But The Girl!

vintageblackglamour:

Michael Jackson was born 56 years ago today in Gary, Indiana. This photo was taken in 1979 for a story in GQ magazine.

Happy Birthday Michael! #ILoveMeSomeHim

vintageblackglamour:

Michael Jackson was born 56 years ago today in Gary, Indiana. This photo was taken in 1979 for a story in GQ magazine.

Happy Birthday Michael! #ILoveMeSomeHim

superselected:

Digital Art. Collage. Nkiruka Oparah.MORE.

Shouts to Kiki! I am a fan of this lady’s work… superselected:

Digital Art. Collage. Nkiruka Oparah.MORE.

Shouts to Kiki! I am a fan of this lady’s work…

superselected:

Digital Art. Collage. Nkiruka Oparah.

MORE.

Shouts to Kiki! I am a fan of this lady’s work…

'Don't Wait' is the first single off Mapei's debut album HEY HEY.

US! Pre-order now and receive ‘Don’t Wait,” as well as the singles ‘Change’ and ‘Believe’ immediately: smarturl.it/MapeiHeyHey

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This song is everything to me right now…

We are excited to launch our Fall 2014 program season . Join us for an an eclectic mix of conversations, screenings, and performances including, the Schomburg’s most popular series: Between the Lines, Before 5, Talks at the Schomburg, First Fridays, Films at the Schomburg, and more.

Don’t miss Celebrate Sonia! on Friday, September 19 at 6 p.m. The Schomburg is teaming up with the Center for Black Literature; AKILA WORKSONGS; Arts+Crafts, Inc.; and African Voices Magazine to throw a special birthday party for the beloved world renowned poet, humanitarian, scholar, and activist Sonia Sanchez. For more information about the location and how to purchase tickets, click here

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humansofnewyork:

"Even if you punish her, she’s singing two minutes later."

(Nairobi, Kenya)

#CarefreeBlackGirls

nprmusic:

Sinkane's music conjures East and West African music, James Brown, free jazz and shoegaze.

Stream Mean Love from NPR Music’s First Listen

kattygirls:

This. Right. Here. kattygirls:

This. Right. Here. kattygirls:

This. Right. Here. kattygirls:

This. Right. Here.
tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime. tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime. tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime. tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime. tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime. tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime.

tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

Reblog. dis. shit. everytime.

(via urbanculturee)

lati-negros:

maza-dohta:

I was born
outside of 
my mother’s
country,
and for that
I will always
remain
a foreigner.

wow.

I was born

from my mother’s womb

And for that,

I will always belong

to that which my mother belongs…

zuky:

The little league baseball squad Jackie Robinson West, hailing from the South Side of Chicago, has just become the first all-Black team to win the US Championship at the Little League World Series, beating the previously undefeated Las Vegas (incidentally, an all-white team) in a dramatic, hard-fought 7-5 game. What a great year for this event, first with the Mo’ne Davis story and now this. JRW demonstrated poise, determination and mental toughness, coming back twice from deficits, outlasting their opponents down the stretch, scoring with small ball to grind out the win. 

Jackie Robinson West is the first all-Black team to play in the Little League World Series since 1983, when the same organization made its first appearance. Before that, back in 1955 — the year after Brown v. Board of Education ruled that segregation was unconstitutional — the Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars from Charleston, South Carolina, played their way to Williamsport for the final tournament, but white teams refused to play against them and white coaches organized a boycott against the 11- and 12-year-old African American players. The team attended the event, but watched the entire tournament from the bleachers rather than the field. 

Not so this year. JRW is the national champion. They play South Korea tomorrow for the international title and I’ll be cheering for them.

#Yaasss

(via lati-negros)

im-all-about-loyalty:

Malcolm X & Fidel Castro


Black and Brown Unity.

im-all-about-loyalty:

Malcolm X & Fidel Castro

Black and Brown Unity.

(via igbokwenu)