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Ava DuVernay 14h
I wanted to distribute this film from the minute I heard was making it. My dream came true. Proud to announce the 22nd release from . The gorgeous Ghanaian gem THE BURIAL OF KOJO. Hitting Netflix and local screens March 31. Can’t wait for folks to see!
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NaturalBeautyOrganic 13h
That one time I showed a collection in Africa (😆joking). I was in Atlanta! Hey listen you don’t have to be famous or a “model” to take fabulous photos. Enter our contest and win a photo shoot valued @... waaaay more than $25 bucks 😄. I made the dres…
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3PieceUrbanArtisan 18h
@naturalbeauty_organics is having a click the photo for more details on their page
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3PieceUrbanArtisan 18h
This is absolutely everything 😢
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Adrian Octavius Walker 20h
“The most romantic thing any of us can do is have peace with who we are”
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City of Atlanta, GA 19h
The original Paschal's Restaurant was the unofficial headquarters for the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights leaders frequently gathered for planning meetings and strategy sessions.
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NaturalBeautyOrganic 19h
👑 We’re giving away a free photoshoot 📸 with our amazing GlamTeam. To enter you must: 1. Tag 2 friends on this post 2. Repost this photo to your page 3. Visit our website and make a minimum purchase of $25 4. Follow us on IG…
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Tejal Rao Feb 13
ebony's test kitchen was incredible, I hope it’s properly cared for and stays in public view
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City of Atlanta, GA Feb 13
Ella Josephine Baker was a civil and human rights activist. She was a behind-the-scenes organizer whose career spanned more than five decades. She worked alongside some of the most famous civil rights leaders of the 20th century.
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malanda. Feb 13
i suck at love, i think i need a do-over.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 13
Marjorie Stewart was born in 1896 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Stewart and her family were part of the migration to Chicago, where she met and married her husband Robert Joyner.
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billy chapata. Feb 13
i pray you are able to tell the difference between those who accept you and those who are infatuated by your potential. some are attracted by what you could be and some are ready to accept you for what you are currently. living up to people’s expectations of you is not your duty.
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3PieceUrbanArtisan Feb 13
elleafrikan: Praying I get lucky with you again in the next life.
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3PieceUrbanArtisan Feb 13
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Mark Anthony Neal Feb 12
How Self-taught Photographer Gordon Parks Became a Master Storyteller via
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ً Feb 12
Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera Photographed by Wayne Lawrence
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Culture Type Feb 12
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders on His Toni Morrison documentary - Mickalene Thomas designed the movie poster, Works by African American artists appear throughout film |
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Joel Leon. Feb 12
be your peace, before anyone else's.
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Cultural Affairs Feb 12
For today's highlight, we are recognizing Brian Owens' “Auburn Avenue Bas Reliefs”. To learn more about these pieces, follow the link:
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Morgan Jerkins Feb 12
I have been watching this clip all day. Cab Calloway and The Nicholas Brothers, who, by the way, did not have any formal dance training.
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