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Diddy 15 Feb 13
Dreams do come true. Hardworking pays off. If I can do it, you can too. For real.
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Joshua Lawrence Lazard 6 Oct 14
I think it's interesting that both Pharrell and Raven-Symone chose to declare their independence from blackness.
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Showset Productions 18 Mar 17
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PARIS 3 Dec 14
We'll see how many apologists defend these pigs who kill us w/that "what about black on black violence" talk...
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Ibram X. Kendi 16 Jun 16
Happy 50th birthday to the grandparent of , to the grandchild of the !
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Tina Duke 6 Oct 14
doesn't want 2 be labeled African American. This grandstanding by the is getting interesting.
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Diallo Kenyatta 27 Apr 15
If Obama had a son he'd look just like a sheltered who's insolated from his people's struggles.
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Grits Aug 27
Be right Black ❤️🖤💚🌊🏊🏾‍♀️🏄🏾‍♂️💦 . . . . .
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Christopher Allen Varlack, PhD Jun 9
in 1954, one of the progenitors of the Movement, passed after an incredible legacy of outlining the push for in the Black community and setting the tone for what later became known as the era.
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SLIMVP 23 Apr 13
What adds to Maxwell's appeal is that there doesn't appear to be a shred of in him.
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Melisandré m. carrington, Ph.D. 22 Dec 13
I like being able to read things by awesome people about awesome things.
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STAY^ 11 Sep 12
check out my track from my upcoming EP The New Negro on
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No Relation, Esq. 16 Apr 14
Pharrell the new Alain Locke?
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amberwavesofgray 25 Nov 14
So sick of the & his/her out of touch ideas riddled in patriarchal & white supremacist ideals. Enough with this
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Nicolas Martin-Breteau 8 Mar 14
"Within Our Gates" (1920) by , oldest surviving film by African-American director |
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Isaac Hinch 28 May 11
military service in WWI expanded the horizon of African American agency and contributed to the arrival of the
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amberwavesofgray 24 Sep 15
I kind of liked but then I found out he's a all it took was a modicum of success & this brotha is now missing smh
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Joshua 7 Oct 14
Replying to @Crutch4
There was another that emerged in the 1920s. These were black folks of the Harlem Renaissance. There were the Marcus Garveys.
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King T'Chilla 12 Aug 13
But the trick in you made you want to slander my name to come up. Thats a sucka move
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Soulfully Sowing Seeds 🌻 30 Sep 16
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