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Embo Tshimanga
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Embo Tshimanga Oct 18
idea– have her on your podcast!
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Brandon Stanton Oct 8
“We had a big discussion whether to raise him in Africa or move to the states. We both grew up in Ghana. But I got my PhD in West Virginia, so moving to America was an option. The job opportunities would certainly be better there. Both of us are professors..."
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Alan Antunez Sep 30
How is it possible that I’m stressing AND don’t care at the same time ???? These feelings are living simultaneously
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Embo Tshimanga Sep 25
Well, this makes me ridiculously happy.
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Embo Tshimanga Sep 19
Remember God was so timely as I am walking through a season of grief. Thank you for limping & walking into and through hard things. Your bravery & courage does not go unnoticed.
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Embo Tshimanga Sep 9
Replying to @hollyoxhandler
Thank you for this. ❤️
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Clint Smith Sep 9
Instead of castigating Serena for being a “sore loser” today seems like a good day to look around & see how many black women are expressing that they too have shared her experience. That might tell you something.
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Tasha Sep 7
Why we kneel. Please listen.
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Embo Tshimanga Aug 27
Yes, we do!
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Melanin Malone🌻 Aug 18
I want black women to experience love that doesn't involve suffering first and being glorified later 🗣
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Embo Tshimanga Aug 13
Replying to @MavenOfMayhem
As a former foster kid, thank you. 🙏🏾 I found mine at 19 & I still can’t believe it. I wish people could understand under the hard exterior are little boys & girls who didn’t get the love they deserved. Hard kids are hard for self preservation. They need unrelenting love.
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D. Hell. Mayfield Aug 10
heaven is going to be a huge demographic shift for some of y’all.
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Steve Wiens Aug 8
More than once in your life you will be asked to leave what you know to go to a place God will show you. You are on a continual journey from here to there. We are not meant to be border keepers, we are meant to be border crossers.
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j0jo. Aug 2
Please tell little black girls in public that you love their hair
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Embo Tshimanga Aug 1
Replying to @HappySonship
Yes.
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Soulja Boy Tell 'Em Jul 26
In this world you either crank that soulja boy or it cranks you
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Embo Tshimanga Jul 14
Time and time again I’m reminded that the key to this whole following Jesus thing is this: perseverance. And every time it is so worth it.
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Alo Moli Jul 10
A THREAD: I’ve been waiting 3 and a half years to post this particular story because it’s one that is dear to me. Originally I had posted this back in April, but due to the privacy laws here in UT that protect children who are in states custody, I was asked to take it down
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Bob Roberts Jr. ن Jun 22
Extreme beauty & extreme pain often go hand in hand
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Jamie Tworkowski Jun 17
To those with no pictures to post. To those recovering from his absence. To those recovering from his presence. To those attempting to navigate the distance. To those crying at the border. This day belongs to you as well.
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