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Lilia Harlow
poulpedevie:

Jean Harlow in Suzy - 1936
nineteen-fifty-four:

Jean Harlow.

phil0kalia:

If someone points at your black clothes and asks you whose funeral is it, a look around the room and a casual “haven’t decided yet” is always a good response.

apogeesystem:

when someone tries to explain how to do something and all you hear is

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elenamorelli:

{ a sight for sore eyes }

Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or even a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take it’s place. If I quit however it will last  F O R E V E R. 

stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: Tommie Smith and John Carlos, Olympics 1968

“We were just human beings who saw a need to bring attention to the inequality in our country.” - Tommie Smith

On this date (10/16) in 1968, the ‘black power’ salute at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City. One of my favorite historical photos and one of the most powerful moments in black history. More background here.

Photo credits:

  1. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  2. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  3. San Jose State University honors former students Smith & Carlos with a statue on campus, 2005
  4. Smith and Carlos, 2011
erikafasana:




" The girl is very talented, but with a difficult character… however, you don’t find much complacency among champions " - Alexander Alexandrov