Yeyo Maya Angelou & Baba Baraka. Dance on.
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. — RIP Maya Angelou. I will never forget how you made me feel (via kawrage)
Not to mention how wonderful it is for her to have been celebrated in life. She saw her works be loved and appreciated. She left this earth knowing just how much we loved her and what she did.
What a blessing indeed.
Transformation Tuesday! 19year old Breauna (on the left) spent way too much money on weave! She was so angry. So ready to slice whoever thought “wrong” with her words and so lost in the world. 22 year old Breauna (on the right) had found her center. She had learned to finesse her words into strong, healing magic and was busier than ever embracing the blessings in life. Now I’m almost 24 & loving my locs, my love and everything about this journey called life!
The inferiority of women is man-made. — American author, activist, and lecturer Helen Keller, June 11, 1916 (via ashermitchel)
(Source: socialismartnature, via filthyreckless)
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