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  • Sing, unburied, sing, Jesmyn Ward.
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"Sorrow is food swallowed too quickly, caught in the throat, making it nearly impossible to breathe."
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Jojo et sa petite sœur sont élevés par leurs grands-parents maternels noirs qui les entourent d'affection et tâchent de leur transmettre leurs connaissances tant pratiques que spirituelles pour les aider à grandir.
Cette transmission est essentielle pour de nombreuses raisons : leur mère est noire, elle se débat avec ses problèmes de drogue; leur père est blanc, il va bientôt sortir de prison; les enfants sont métis au cœur d'un Mississipi où le racisme est profondément ancré. Ils sont également le fruit d'une relation amoureuse sincère mais initiée par un drame fondateur.
Le trajet pour aller chercher leur père à sa sortie de prison sera l'occasion de souligner les traumatismes profonds qui marquent ces personnages et de faire entendre les voix des disparus qui les hantent.
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Un livre très fort, qui ne cache rien de la violence raciale et de ses impacts sur toutes les générations. Construit autour de trois voix complémentaires, le récit est nerveux et m'a plongée dans une sorte d'angoisse tellement il rend efficacement compte du poids d'une culture raciste depuis de longues décennies. J'ai beaucoup apprécié que l'auteure s'attache à décrire l'impact mental/psychologique de cette violence raciale et pas uniquement ses effets "visibles".
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#lecturesjuillet2020 #jesmynward #singunburiedsing #womenvoices #lechantdesrevenants #blacklivesmatter #blacknarrativesmatter #booksarelife #igbooks #igreads #booksbooksbooks #readingismagic #bookcommunity
  • Sing, unburied, sing, Jesmyn Ward.
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    "Sorrow is food swallowed too quickly, caught in the throat, making it nearly impossible to breathe."
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    Jojo et sa petite sœur sont élevés par leurs grands-parents maternels noirs qui les entourent d'affection et tâchent de leur transmettre leurs connaissances tant pratiques que spirituelles pour les aider à grandir.
    Cette transmission est essentielle pour de nombreuses raisons : leur mère est noire, elle se débat avec ses problèmes de drogue; leur père est blanc, il va bientôt sortir de prison; les enfants sont métis au cœur d'un Mississipi où le racisme est profondément ancré. Ils sont également le fruit d'une relation amoureuse sincère mais initiée par un drame fondateur.
    Le trajet pour aller chercher leur père à sa sortie de prison sera l'occasion de souligner les traumatismes profonds qui marquent ces personnages et de faire entendre les voix des disparus qui les hantent.
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    Un livre très fort, qui ne cache rien de la violence raciale et de ses impacts sur toutes les générations. Construit autour de trois voix complémentaires, le récit est nerveux et m'a plongée dans une sorte d'angoisse tellement il rend efficacement compte du poids d'une culture raciste depuis de longues décennies. J'ai beaucoup apprécié que l'auteure s'attache à décrire l'impact mental/psychologique de cette violence raciale et pas uniquement ses effets "visibles".
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    #lecturesjuillet2020 #jesmynward #singunburiedsing #womenvoices #lechantdesrevenants #blacklivesmatter #blacknarrativesmatter #booksarelife #igbooks #igreads #booksbooksbooks #readingismagic #bookcommunity

  •  0  0  8 July, 2020
  • Paul Parker • An Iconic black player • @officialqpr • @fulhamfc • @manchesterunited • @chelseafc • @dcfcofficial • @sheffieldunited • @england • 

“In the East End there were skinheads about, and I was always looking over my shoulder ready to sprint,” Parker remembers.

“West Ham was a very racist club,” Parker says. “Their chief scout, Eddie Baily, was renowned for it. All my mates used to go to Upton Park behind the goal. I would go sometimes and have to take abuse from people from behind. I knew why I hadn’t been picked up by West Ham. You could have the skin as thick as a rhino, and I think I’m one of those people, but you couldn’t have got through it as a kid.”

Just a few years previously he had been the subject of horrific racist abuse from the Stretford End as a visiting QPR player, as the home fans repeatedly sung a chant at Parker that included threats on his life, the line “trigger, trigger, trigger” and the N-word.

“That chant wasn’t in my mind when I signed for United. It probably should have been but I never received any racist abuse when I became a Manchester United player.
“For me, a black player that walks off the pitch is never going to be a hero. They would be seen maybe as a scapegoat. I think it would be a major kick in the balls to [West Brom’s] Cyrille Regis, Brendon Batson and Laurie Cunningham. If a banana was thrown, they would take a bite, shrug their shoulders and throw it back. They never let it affect their game. They were the ones that I took everything from.”

“In time, I believe there will be more black people at boardroom level although I’m not really interested in the Rooney Rule,” says Parker. “All the black lads that are playing now, like Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling who have had their say, the best thing they can do now is to do their best for club and country. That’s the way I believe they can help the black community.”

#blacklivesmatter #manutd #england #racism #inspiration #motivation #playerstogether #takeaknee #icantbreathe #georgefloyd #enoughisenough #football
  • Paul Parker • An Iconic black player • @officialqpr@fulhamfc@manchesterunited@chelseafc@dcfcofficial@sheffieldunited@england

    “In the East End there were skinheads about, and I was always looking over my shoulder ready to sprint,” Parker remembers.

    “West Ham was a very racist club,” Parker says. “Their chief scout, Eddie Baily, was renowned for it. All my mates used to go to Upton Park behind the goal. I would go sometimes and have to take abuse from people from behind. I knew why I hadn’t been picked up by West Ham. You could have the skin as thick as a rhino, and I think I’m one of those people, but you couldn’t have got through it as a kid.”

    Just a few years previously he had been the subject of horrific racist abuse from the Stretford End as a visiting QPR player, as the home fans repeatedly sung a chant at Parker that included threats on his life, the line “trigger, trigger, trigger” and the N-word.

    “That chant wasn’t in my mind when I signed for United. It probably should have been but I never received any racist abuse when I became a Manchester United player.
    “For me, a black player that walks off the pitch is never going to be a hero. They would be seen maybe as a scapegoat. I think it would be a major kick in the balls to [West Brom’s] Cyrille Regis, Brendon Batson and Laurie Cunningham. If a banana was thrown, they would take a bite, shrug their shoulders and throw it back. They never let it affect their game. They were the ones that I took everything from.”

    “In time, I believe there will be more black people at boardroom level although I’m not really interested in the Rooney Rule,” says Parker. “All the black lads that are playing now, like Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling who have had their say, the best thing they can do now is to do their best for club and country. That’s the way I believe they can help the black community.”

    #blacklivesmatter #manutd #england #racism #inspiration #motivation #playerstogether #takeaknee #icantbreathe #georgefloyd #enoughisenough #football

  •  0  0  8 July, 2020
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    COD AVAILABLE
    FREE SHIPPING
    Mahika Adorable Cotton Women's Gowns
    Fabric: Cotton
    Sleeves: Sleeves Are Not Included
    Size: M - 38 in, L - 40 in, XL - 42 in, XXL - 44 in
    Length: Up To 46 in
    Easy Returns Available in Case Of Any issue
    #fashionstyle #2020vision #newstyle #enhancedbeauty #delhi #mumbai #banaras #UP #lucknow #banglore #supportus #genuineproducts #shoppingwithus #trending #blacklivesmatter #instafame #alllivesmatter #dresses #groomup #look #beautiful #madeinindia #producer #suppportsmallbusiness #instafame #instafollower #patnabihar #varanasi #instafollower

  •  1  0  8 July, 2020
  • 🧘🏿 YOGA QUEEN 🧘🏿
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That picture is the first of many others. We are friends and we just decided to have that shooting outside randomly. Camille is so stunning that she doesn't need a MUA or whatever, she just has to be herself and I click. I'm so so proud to promote blackwomen especially now cause everybody's talking about black men. But blackwomen are struggling too. But Camille is huge, she's not only a great yoga teacher, she works in literature too. Brain, soul and body, is that the perfect match ? What do you think about that picture ?
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Model ➡️ 🇫🇷 @camille.oriot
Shooting, Editing, Stylism ➡️ 🇫🇷🇨🇮 @beaudelaireverdier
Mua ➡️ No MUA because Camille doesn't need one
Equipement ➡️ DSLR 🇯🇵@nikoneurope
Postproduction ➡️ 🇩🇰@captureonepro & 🇺🇲@photoshop 🇬🇧@affinitybyserif
Editing Sound ➡️ 🇳🇬🇩🇪 @nnekaworld - Heartbeat
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#mixed #sunset #yoga #goldenhour #yogateacher #visceral #afterthelockdown #beauty #darkhairdontcare #shorthair #blacklivesmatter #blackwomen #womenempowerment #melaninpoppin #zen #attitude #africanbeauty #sensational #dope #affinityphoto #captureone #nikon #photoshop
  • 🧘🏿 YOGA QUEEN 🧘🏿
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    That picture is the first of many others. We are friends and we just decided to have that shooting outside randomly. Camille is so stunning that she doesn't need a MUA or whatever, she just has to be herself and I click. I'm so so proud to promote blackwomen especially now cause everybody's talking about black men. But blackwomen are struggling too. But Camille is huge, she's not only a great yoga teacher, she works in literature too. Brain, soul and body, is that the perfect match ? What do you think about that picture ?
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    Model ➡️ 🇫🇷 @camille.oriot
    Shooting, Editing, Stylism ➡️ 🇫🇷🇨🇮 @beaudelaireverdier
    Mua ➡️ No MUA because Camille doesn't need one
    Equipement ➡️ DSLR 🇯🇵@nikoneurope
    Postproduction ➡️ 🇩🇰@captureonepro & 🇺🇲@photoshop 🇬🇧@affinitybyserif
    Editing Sound ➡️ 🇳🇬🇩🇪 @nnekaworld - Heartbeat
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    #mixed #sunset #yoga #goldenhour #yogateacher #visceral #afterthelockdown #beauty #darkhairdontcare #shorthair #blacklivesmatter #blackwomen #womenempowerment #melaninpoppin #zen #attitude #africanbeauty #sensational #dope #affinityphoto #captureone #nikon #photoshop

  •  0  0  8 July, 2020
  • RIOT SET 
Me and the Smorry (@vamply_damply) dislike feuds but the ones present must be fought. The man wants inequality  through racial, sexual, religious, and gender discrimination because he knows we are weaker when we are hating and being hated. Stop hating and stand together because everyone's life has the same value. 
#blacklivesmatter #lgbtq🌈 #equallove #love 
CHANGE IS NEEDED FOR OUR FUTURES!
  • RIOT SET
    Me and the Smorry (@vamply_damply) dislike feuds but the ones present must be fought. The man wants inequality through racial, sexual, religious, and gender discrimination because he knows we are weaker when we are hating and being hated. Stop hating and stand together because everyone's life has the same value.
    #blacklivesmatter #lgbtq🌈 #equallove #love
    CHANGE IS NEEDED FOR OUR FUTURES!

  •  0  0  8 July, 2020
  • Violence against the LGBT community, particularily against black transgender women, is on the rise. Almost everyday people are killed for simply existing, for daring to be themselves. Please support the LGBT and black community in whatever ways you can, whether that's by donating to charities, protesting, or simply by spreading the word. Every little bit helps, and we need your help now more than ever.

#Blacklivesmatter, #BLM, #racism, #blacktranslivesmatter, #LGBT, #LGBTQ, #pride, #equality, #transgender, #transphobia
  • Violence against the LGBT community, particularily against black transgender women, is on the rise. Almost everyday people are killed for simply existing, for daring to be themselves. Please support the LGBT and black community in whatever ways you can, whether that's by donating to charities, protesting, or simply by spreading the word. Every little bit helps, and we need your help now more than ever.

    #Blacklivesmatter, #BLM, #racism, #blacktranslivesmatter, #LGBT, #LGBTQ, #pride, #equality, #transgender, #transphobia

  •  0  0  8 July, 2020
  • Hello, I don’t post much on this account but I think this is important. As some of you may know, chop was a movement for black lives matter. I know a lot of you guys might believe that this movement is dangerous and all lives matter. But, with every life there is a black life. We all cannot matter until black lives are not threatened over every day actions. The media is lying to you. I have been to chop myself I have seen it. You have seen the news. Chop was peaceful. Majority of the blm protests are peaceful. Do not stop posting. 
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This is not a trend this is a movement.
  • Hello, I don’t post much on this account but I think this is important. As some of you may know, chop was a movement for black lives matter. I know a lot of you guys might believe that this movement is dangerous and all lives matter. But, with every life there is a black life. We all cannot matter until black lives are not threatened over every day actions. The media is lying to you. I have been to chop myself I have seen it. You have seen the news. Chop was peaceful. Majority of the blm protests are peaceful. Do not stop posting.
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    This is not a trend this is a movement.

  •  2  1  8 July, 2020
  • Wellness Wednesday 🤍Dance, when you're broken open. Dance, if you've torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you're perfectly free. I dance, I do yoga, I make homemade healthy cauliflower pizza 🍕  some of the ways I take care of my wellbeing. Happy healthy Wednesday all ❤️
  • Wellness Wednesday 🤍Dance, when you're broken open. Dance, if you've torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you're perfectly free. I dance, I do yoga, I make homemade healthy cauliflower pizza 🍕 some of the ways I take care of my wellbeing. Happy healthy Wednesday all ❤️

  •  0  1  8 July, 2020
  • This happened the year I had my first child and it was in the town next to my hometown. Imagine how many more things that need to be exposed and changed? I visited a church last year that had 80% Black members but all White leadership. I thought to myself if you serve majority Black members why not place some African Americans In  leadership? What’s worse is after I got to know some of the Black members I saw they had not progressed much economically or in other areas of faith/mindset despite being members for decades. God showed me that the Pastor did not understand the plight of the people he Shepherded. Yet he had all these rules about men and women being in “place” in the homes. However, many of the African American women’s homes did not reflect the two-parent homes of his white members. It broke my heart! Religion despite good intention can do much damage. That same pastor was telling Jamaican men that they needed to shave off their dreadlocks, beards— and the women needed to take off their  jewelry. I questioned the pastor after one of the services and asked him why he wasn’t wearing a robe like the men in the Bible. I then told him that his rules where denominational driven and that Yahweh wasn’t an American God that follows our US standards of dress code & appearance. After realizing I was well versed on the Bible he stated “wow, I’m not use to talking to someone so educated and knowledgeable of scriptures.” 😳 We left and never looks back but we made friends with to some of the members in order to empower them. Sadly, many are so in deep with the denomination they are totally Brain washed into staying put. #church #religion #ministry #sermons #pastor #pastors #blm #blacklivesmatter #homeschool #homeschooling #blackhomeschooling #blackhomeschool
  • This happened the year I had my first child and it was in the town next to my hometown. Imagine how many more things that need to be exposed and changed? I visited a church last year that had 80% Black members but all White leadership. I thought to myself if you serve majority Black members why not place some African Americans In leadership? What’s worse is after I got to know some of the Black members I saw they had not progressed much economically or in other areas of faith/mindset despite being members for decades. God showed me that the Pastor did not understand the plight of the people he Shepherded. Yet he had all these rules about men and women being in “place” in the homes. However, many of the African American women’s homes did not reflect the two-parent homes of his white members. It broke my heart! Religion despite good intention can do much damage. That same pastor was telling Jamaican men that they needed to shave off their dreadlocks, beards— and the women needed to take off their jewelry. I questioned the pastor after one of the services and asked him why he wasn’t wearing a robe like the men in the Bible. I then told him that his rules where denominational driven and that Yahweh wasn’t an American God that follows our US standards of dress code & appearance. After realizing I was well versed on the Bible he stated “wow, I’m not use to talking to someone so educated and knowledgeable of scriptures.” 😳 We left and never looks back but we made friends with to some of the members in order to empower them. Sadly, many are so in deep with the denomination they are totally Brain washed into staying put. #church #religion #ministry #sermons #pastor #pastors #blm #blacklivesmatter #homeschool #homeschooling #blackhomeschooling #blackhomeschool

  •  1  0  8 July, 2020

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  •  15,916  513  7 July, 2020
  • friends, do not give up the fight! black lives matter is not a fad or a trend or a bandwagon to briefly hop on and then off. same goes for gay rights, immigrant rights, women’s rights... the next several months in this country are looking to be even more heated so pay attention and stay strong. find inner peace. keep creating.
  • friends, do not give up the fight! black lives matter is not a fad or a trend or a bandwagon to briefly hop on and then off. same goes for gay rights, immigrant rights, women’s rights... the next several months in this country are looking to be even more heated so pay attention and stay strong. find inner peace. keep creating.

  •  1,395  23  7 July, 2020
  • Anthony wins the fucking internet lmao 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼😂 I don’t dislike people easily, but Tomi.... fuckingggg Tomi 🙃🙃🙄 you fucking twat lol... tweet by: @ahsehtho
  • Anthony wins the fucking internet lmao 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼😂 I don’t dislike people easily, but Tomi.... fuckingggg Tomi 🙃🙃🙄 you fucking twat lol... tweet by: @ahsehtho

  •  10,213  105  7 July, 2020
  • As a society, we have politicized human decency, human health and even our own survival as a species.⁣⁣⁣
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We have forgotten about the generations coming after us and the world we want to leave for them. ⁣⁣
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These issues concern us all. How can we come together to solve these problems if we keep taking sides? There are no sides to be taken here. ⁣
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That’s all I have to say today.
  • As a society, we have politicized human decency, human health and even our own survival as a species.⁣⁣⁣
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    We have forgotten about the generations coming after us and the world we want to leave for them. ⁣⁣
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    These issues concern us all. How can we come together to solve these problems if we keep taking sides? There are no sides to be taken here. ⁣

    That’s all I have to say today.

  •  6,338  119  8 July, 2020
  • Feeling these soccer dad vibes as I roll around in a borrowed SUV to prep for my move this weekend. I had a great phone call with my @destroythehairdresser coach @cydcharisse today. We talked about Instagram presence and why I seem to hide my dorky funny side... so here is a mild attempt to reintroduce myself a bit. My name is Jo. I’m non-binary, meaning I don’t align with a gender binary. I use the pronouns they/them/theirs and would say my gender expression is pretty gender neutral. I have two cats, they are absolutely incredible. I play musical instruments for a hobby, and I love movies. I just rented Waves which is probably going to be the new movie I watch this week, it’s an A24 release so I’m sure it’ll be some sort of “coming of age” journey about a character battling the odds in their life. I’m in a constant battle of growing my hair out or cutting It short and debating whether or not to cover my beautiful grays. Sometimes I love them, sometimes I want my hair to be a little richer in tone.. I run a salon studio called @theconservatoryindy which is my home away from home. I’m a reformed workaholic.. I’m still working on not working everyday. I definitely support #blacklivesmatter and #blacktranslivesmatter and trans lives in general. I’ll always be an ally to those who are marginalized by a broken system, but I am constantly growing and educating myself in that journey. That sums me up though. I love hair more than any other craft I’ve worked on, and I’m passionate about sharing that education with both stylists and clients alike. 
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#queer #nonbinaryfashion #nonbinary #vintage #indystyle #indyhairstylist #wehair #genderneutral #genderqueer #indianapolis #itgetsbetter #elevatehair #organichaircare #nontoxicbeauty #destroythehairdresser
  • Feeling these soccer dad vibes as I roll around in a borrowed SUV to prep for my move this weekend. I had a great phone call with my @destroythehairdresser coach @cydcharisse today. We talked about Instagram presence and why I seem to hide my dorky funny side... so here is a mild attempt to reintroduce myself a bit. My name is Jo. I’m non-binary, meaning I don’t align with a gender binary. I use the pronouns they/them/theirs and would say my gender expression is pretty gender neutral. I have two cats, they are absolutely incredible. I play musical instruments for a hobby, and I love movies. I just rented Waves which is probably going to be the new movie I watch this week, it’s an A24 release so I’m sure it’ll be some sort of “coming of age” journey about a character battling the odds in their life. I’m in a constant battle of growing my hair out or cutting It short and debating whether or not to cover my beautiful grays. Sometimes I love them, sometimes I want my hair to be a little richer in tone.. I run a salon studio called @theconservatoryindy which is my home away from home. I’m a reformed workaholic.. I’m still working on not working everyday. I definitely support #blacklivesmatter and #blacktranslivesmatter and trans lives in general. I’ll always be an ally to those who are marginalized by a broken system, but I am constantly growing and educating myself in that journey. That sums me up though. I love hair more than any other craft I’ve worked on, and I’m passionate about sharing that education with both stylists and clients alike.
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    #queer #nonbinaryfashion #nonbinary #vintage #indystyle #indyhairstylist #wehair #genderneutral #genderqueer #indianapolis #itgetsbetter #elevatehair #organichaircare #nontoxicbeauty #destroythehairdresser

  •  261  42  8 July, 2020