Latrell Sprewell in And1 advert
All my African sisters. Please help me out by clicking on the link below and completing a quick 10 questions, of which the insights will be used towards a research paper im working on. Appreciate it. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/B6SSQDW Thank you ❤ El
August 1st saw the launch of Drum Hair a magazine dedicated to the hair of Black women. The issue has Thembi Seete on the cover. I myself have not had the chance to read it but I have however read … Continue reading
This months Marie clare magazine…yess, the one with an overly photoshopped Kate Middleton on the cover, features an article where 10 women are asked where they get their hair inspiration from. Inspirations move Grace Jones to solange Knowles to Yolandi Visser the “ever so graceful” young thang from Die Antwoord:-)
Jamaican born Marcus Garvey was the driving force behind the Liberia program. Garvey strongly believed in the concept of Africa for Africans and dedicated his time to making living conditions better for black Africans. Garvey wanted black Africans taken from Africa as slaves to return to Africa and reclaim their lost identity and culture. He was a firm believer in economic, political and individual freedom.
Garvey spoke of individuals being complacent with an arranged life, and how propaganda had an “almost too easy effect on us”. I see this as relevant to our current state now in the sense of individuals finding comfort in definitions of media(which might as well be equated with propaganda of sorts). We decide to follow this interpretation of life by the media and through this we lose grip of what our true essence of concepts such as beauty
Garvey’s efforts and contributions are acknowledged and admired and continue to stimulate minds to date