Duru Olowu — Nigerian born, London based designer known for his vibrant mix of African prints and innovative textile combinations, which have also managed to catch the eye of our favorite first lady (swipe to the end). #blackhistorymonth
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Good night #blackhistorymonth 😂😂😂 u gotta love humor mayne it’s life bruh on god . This dude @theshiggyshow won’t stop 🛑 and I advise him not to stop the world from laughing... this video was to show how Jamaican food spots always running out of food 🥘 lol so he went for the check himself 🤦🏽♂️
GLOBAL MIXED GENDER BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION INC.
"THE WORLD'S FIRST AND ORIGINAL PROFESSIONAL CO-ED BASKETBALL LEAGUE " -Global mixed gender basketball league is a co-ed basketball league that promotes equal play for equal pay -GMGB is the first league to put female and male pro athletes on the court to compete simultaneously - GMGB has created an environment where a high-level athletes both men and women professionals can play each other . -GMGB is built on equality for the new millennial audience it features both men and women playing on the same team with male and female coaches managers and staff -The teams are paid on equal levels no more will a women make less than a man for performing the same job! #GMGB#sports#athlete#ball#blackhistorymonth
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Absolutely in love with this. @gabswholestory wrote in to us to ask if she could do something special for #BlackHistoryMonth - and THIS IS IT.
She not only SANNNGGGSSSSSS her a$$ off, but you can feel her heart coming thru as she honors our ancestors. Let us praise her and show her some love!
@gabswholestory - thank you for being a member of our community. It’s because of people like you that we can all rest assured that “we gon’ be alright.” 🌹✊🏾
If any of you have motivational content and stories to share with our community, tag #motivationforblackpeople. We’re always looking :)
“If you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'freedom' out of your vocabulary.” — Malcolm X ❤️✊🏿 We may not have unconditional freedom for all just yet, but we aren’t done fighting #blackhistorymonth
I think that as a first generation American the belief that freedom is not only worth wanting but fighting and even dying for resonates. It is the ideal of what America stands for. It’s why it is considered a land of opportunity and there’s such a thing as “the American dream”. It’s not where we are, or have ever been, but what we are capable of.
I know that isn’t what Malcolm X meant. That it isn’t even the context of the quote. But, it gives me hope as I fight for the dawn.
Here's to #blackhistorymonth ✊🏽
#Melanation#BlackPanther#Melanin ... Melanin is important because its the most primitive and universal pigment in living organisms.
Melanin is produced in the pineal gland. Abundantly found in primitive organisms such as fungi, as well as
advanced primates. Furthermore, within each living organism, melanin appears to be located in the major functional sites. For example, in vertebrates, melanin is not only present in the skin, eyes, ears, central nervous system, it can also be found in the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, thymus gland, adrenal gland, and the barathary gland. Melanin is abundantly present in
the viscera, including the heart, liven arteries, the muscles, and the gastrointestinal tract; thus, within
each and every living organ which aids the human body melanin appears. Regardless of what color your skin appears to be all genes in all creatures on this planet are black because they are coated with melanin.
The amount of melanin in the skin is one of the most variable of human traits, and many polygenes are involved. Groups of people or the population of the world were once classified according to the skin shade: Black (Nubians), White (Caucasians), Yellow (Orientals) and Red (Native Americans) etc... We must realize that just because this is the way they have classified people does not mean this is the way it should be. The hues of color of your skin depend on several factors. First is the amount of melanin in the outer layers of the skin. Melanin acts as a filter to prevent damage to the
delicate deeper layers of the skin, by penetration of ultraviolet light.
There is more than one type of melanin. You have brain melanin, also known as neuromelanin, and you have skin melanin. Neuromelanin does not run parallel with skin melanin. Whether white, red, yellow, black, or brown, neuromelanin plays an important role in functioning of the brain, and nervous system. Melanosomes (small structures within the melanocyte cells where melanin is synthesized) find their way into the hair cells, giving them color.(Two types of melanin, one dark brown and one red, are responsible for all hair shade) pigments.
Eric Davis' 2-run home run in the 1st inning of Game 1 of the 1990 World Series set the tone for the Reds' sweep. Davis was twice an All-Star in nine seasons in Cincinnati while winning two Silver Sluggers and three Gold Gloves. He was inducted into the #RedsHOF in 2005. #BlackHistoryMonth
#BlackPanther director #RyanCoogler is a #screenwriter of many renowned movies including #FruitvaleStation and #Creed. This #Oakland native is a former #football player for Saint Mary’s College of #California. It was at Saint Mary's where Ryan discovered a potential #future in #film. He was in a mandatory creative writing class when his professor assigned a project that entailed writing about a personal experience. Following in his father's footsteps Coogler worked as a counselor with incarcerated youth at #SanFrancisco's Juvenile Hall. He has numerous accolades for his work in film. In 2013, Time named him to their list of the 30 people under 30 who are changing the world. Coogler's budget for #blackpanther was $200 million (the most ever given to an African American director). During the movies premiere weekend it made over $387 million worldwide! #wakanda#wakandaforever#bhm#blackhistorymonth
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