1. stingybrim:

Traveling in Ghana
On a train from Takoradi to Kumasi

    stingybrim:

    Traveling in Ghana

    On a train from Takoradi to Kumasi

    Reblogged from: thatnigeriankid
  2. fyblackwomenart:

https://www.tumblr.com/blog/badass-genius
IG: @badass_genius
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    fyblackwomenart:

    https://www.tumblr.com/blog/badass-genius

    IG: @badass_genius


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  3. Reblogged from: wishflowers
  4. dynamicafrica:

    TODAY’S STYLE INSPIRATION: Men in print suits.

    So I might be just a little bit obsessed. Whilst we all know everyone loves a man in a suit, there’s nothing quite like up-ing the ante a little and getting excited by a man in a suit with fabulous daring prints!

    Reblogged from: dynamicafrica
  5. fyblackwomenart:

#Illustration #Vector #Black Woman
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    fyblackwomenart:

    #Illustration #Vector #Black Woman


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  6. Reblogged from: acuareleando
  7. fyblackwomenart:

Dana Miller
http://internalreveries.tumblr.com/
http://danamilleronline.com
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    Reblogged from: fyblackwomenart
  8. fyblackwomenart:

http://thefithdimension.tumblr.com/
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    Reblogged from: fyblackwomenart
  9. Reblogged from: naturehomes
  10. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Joana Choumali

    Hââbre, the last generation

    1. Ms. Djeneba : ” I used to like my scars; they were beautiful. We used to brag about them. But, now, in the city, it is definitely out of fashion.”

    2. Mrs. Sinou : “I refuse to do it to my children. This will stay on my face only.”

    3.Mr. Konabé : “Our parents did this not to get lost in life. When you went somewhere, you could not get lost.”

    4. Mr. Lawal : “It is here in town that I am ‘nobody’. In the village, I am a noble; people bow down when they see my face! I am proud of that.”

    5. Mr. Salbre : “ I do not want this for my children. We are the last generation “

    6. Ms. Martine : “When I was 10 years, I asked for them. I wanted to be like my brothers and sisters, and to show that I am courageous. “ 

    7. Mr. Guemi : “I already wear my identity card on my face. This is the reason why people did it : to recognize one another. But now, this is over. We can no more be recognized.”

    Website

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