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Renee T. Woods
Mindset is contagious. Stay positive. Proverbs 3:5-6 & Romans 12:2
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Shinobi Ninja 22m
We released our video Would love to know your thoughts! Check it out!!! & Subscribe to our Youtube Channel
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So Many Titles... 2h
Well here's my thoughts... 1. When was y'all gone TELL US was in it? 😏 2. So many gems I can't remember my favs. (Gotta see it again) 3. Wakanda forever bihhhhh!
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CBS News 2h
"We will not shut up and dribble." LeBron James fires back at Fox News host Laura Ingraham after she told him to not speak on politics following his criticism of President Donald Trump.
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Nikki Woods 4h
Most people are stuck behind a door that isn't even locked ... What doors will you open and walk through today?
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The New York Times 4h
Speaking publicly at a rally, Emma González, a senior, pledged that her school would be the site of the nation’s last mass shooting. How could she know? Because, she said, she and her peers would take it upon themselves to “change the law.”
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The Moxiee 3h
Happy Birthday Toni Morrison! “To get to a place where you could love anything you chose – not to need permission for desire – well now that was freedom.” – Toni Morrison
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Ava DuVernay 3h
I’ve loved the Black Panther reaction videos, read the reviews/think pieces, swooned over folks lining theaters, tried to teach myself Panther flash mob dance moves, admired all the African threads. But this. This broke me. Our babies. Our young ones. Imagine the seeds planted...
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USA TODAY 4h
"Change is coming. And it starts now, inspired by and led by the kids who are our hope for the future."
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Blavity 4h
As if the cast wasn't already taking over the big screen this month, they are also KILLING IT on magazine covers!
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The New York Times 3h
"Black Panther" blew past projections to take in an estimated $387 million worldwide over the Presidents' Day weekend, breaking box office records
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CBS Sunday Morning 9h
David Lasseter misses his four kids, so practically every day they're not home in Valdosta, Georgia, he sends them a postcard - creative correspondence that really only conveys one, important message. reports:
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Waris Feb 17
Replying to @diasporicblues
Many of the costumes have unique and futuristic ornamentation and details. These were made by emulating styles of the Masai people. The Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania.
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Waris Feb 17
Replying to @diasporicblues
Zulu headdress. Queen Ramonda wears a distinct headdress. It's reminiscent of the reed Zulu flared hats or "Isicholos." The Zulu headdresses are traditionally worn by married women for ceremonial celebrations.
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Atoki Studios Feb 17
Replying to @diasporicblues
The architecture of Wakanda was inspired by the Sudano-Sahelian styles used by the Mandinka people of Mali & Songhai
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Annella G 21h
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Burundi drums. Played during royal ceremonies..
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Waris Feb 17
This. Is. Why. Representation. Is. So. Important.
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Waris Feb 16
Thread on African tribes/cultures featured in .
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tonydokoupil Feb 17
Can’t wait for this piece.
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CBS Sunday Morning 13h
"When I was a young actor you know, everybody used to always say, 'Ah, you know, it's not brain surgery.' Well it is a little bit because you can change how people think. You can change how you think by performing," actor Willem Dafoe tells Martha Teichner
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