gameraboy:

Doing the robot

gameraboy:

Doing the robot

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the-blackbunny:

black—lamb:

yagazieemezi:

Nadine Ijewere is a photographer out of London with an amazing talent for portraiture and fashion photography. She creates  beautiful environments for her work using from floral and cultural influences. I love it all.

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

stunning

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blackfashion:

Queen E Collection.

Model: Sira

Shot By @Oye_Diran

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coloreddifferently:

ripopgodazippa:

omfg i want to cuddle & baby him, he is so fucking cute here.. then again, i wouldn’t say no to handcuffing my ankles around his neck either

@blackignorantgeniusMy boo

coloreddifferently:

ripopgodazippa:

omfg i want to cuddle & baby him, he is so fucking cute here.. then again, i wouldn’t say no to handcuffing my ankles around his neck either

@blackignorantgeniusMy boo

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theejamaicanbeauty:

frenchinhalechanelxoxo:

soo cute

Absolutely GORGEOUS

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la-negra-barbuda:

this dead ass looks like some shit i would do, lol

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visualsofsamuelomare:

Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show

itsaliencum blackfashion

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miyozuzu:

Dad called and told me to go check the sunset

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beautiesofafrique:

African ethnic group of the week: the Wolof people of Mauritania, Gambia and Senegal

Wolof, also spelled Ouolof  speak the Wolof language of the Atlantic branch of the Niger-Congo language family. 

The nuclear family (father, mother, and children) is the pillar of Wolof life. Whatever misfortune may befall them, family members are there to support each other. The man of the family may officially make the decisions, but the wife and mother runs the household.

Traditionally, when a child comes of age, the mother looks for an appropriate spouse of equal or higher social status. For example, members of the Guer (noble) caste, generally do not marry into the Griot (artist) caste. Similarly, members of the Griot caste do not marry Jam (serfs), whose ancestors were servants. The father waits for the mother’s selection of a prospective spouse for their child and then usually approves it. Prior to traditional Wolof wedding ceremonies, the parents of the groom-to-be sends elders to the girl’s parents with kola nuts and money to ask for her hand in marriage. The girl’s parents consult their daughter and either consent to or reject the proposal.[7] If accepted, the parents of the bride to be distribute the kola nuts among the family and neighbours. This distribution is an informal way of announcing the impending wedding.

The most important Wolof rites of passage are naming ceremonies, circumcisions, and funerals. Much significance is attached to names. Parents carefully choose a name for their children, usually the name of a family member or friend who has influenced them and who will provide a model for their child. The decision may take up to a year.

At age seven to eight, boys are taken from their homes and circumcised in the bush, where they wear white gowns and caps. When they return, they are looked after by a big brother, or Selbe , until they are fully healed. The Selbe educates them about Wolof heroes and legends. After this rite, the community regards them as men.

The vast majority of the Wolof people are Sufi Muslims. The Senegalese Sufi Muslim brotherhoods, appearing in Wolof communities in the 19th century, grew tremendously in the 20th. Their leaders, or marabouts, exercise a huge cultural and political influence amongst most Muslim communities, most notably the leader of the Mouride brotherhood, Serigne Cheikh Maty Leye Mbacké. The Islam of the Wolof is very tolerant and puts an emphasis on meditation and spirituality…

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chelsofly:

bambooearring:

celebstarlets:

9/17/14 - Zoe Kravitz + Chris Pine leaving the Coldplay Concert in LA.

Seeeee

😱

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angel-cine:

Devdas (2002)

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