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dynamicafrica:

Today’s style inspiration: Louis Philippe de Gagoue.

Hailing from both Cameroon and Cote D’Ivoire, the self-described eclectic fashion stylist, blogger and personal shopper is currently based in Morocco after half a decade living in neighbouring Tunisia.

With a style all his own, there’s a sense of vintage cool, classic sartorialism and modern vibrancy in almost everything he wears. From Congolese sapeurs to traditional North African garments, there’s always a strong African influence in de Gagoue’s visual aesthetic.

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All Africa, All the time.

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ikirejones:

Ikiré Jones SS ‘14 “Kèhindé” Jacketikirejones.com
Photography by David Evan McDowell

Awesome

50 PRIVILEGES I HAVE AS A MINORITY

maxamillionracism:

Some people say I have “Minority Privilege.” Here is a list I complied of my 50 Black Male Minority Privileges in the 24 years of my life. You can choose from the ones you would like to possibly incorporate. There is enough to go around for everyone.

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My Black Male Minority Privilege

  1. My…

blackfashion:





Marcus Garvey Sweatshirt available in two color ways at SHOP: Cn! Come checkout the new products!
JF Brooks - Artist

25
Brooklyn, NY

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Shot by: Jamar Jacobs

blackfashion:

Marcus Garvey Sweatshirt available in two color ways at SHOP: Cn! Come checkout the new products!


JF Brooks - Artist
25

Brooklyn, NY
Submitted by:
http://contemporarynegro.com

Shot by: Jamar Jacobs

“It’s no in-between, you are either free or you’re a slave. There’s no such thing as second-class citizenship. That’s like telling me you can be a little bit pregnant.”

—   

Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (H. Rap. Brown) speaking at a rally, 1968.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WPI26_mhS0

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Def integrating this into my French Revolution Unit

black-culture:

Black twitter reacts to @usatoday headline -@zellieimani

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French Revolution

I teach European History as a history of oppression and resistance in Harlem, NY. If anyone has any advice on how to frame my next unit (the French Revolution) it would be much appreciated