1. Devon Lee rocking out at Smith’s Olde Bar


  2. Angela x Tina

  3. Women’s Roundtable Discussion: State of Black TV


  4. "as an artist, the magic is in fostering a relationship where your creativity trust you. and you trust your creativity."

    (Source: nayyirahwaheed, via eatmangoesnekkid)

  5. Glad to know I share the same work ethic and tenacity of this woman.

  6. I think I’m Jaded


  7. "Progressive art can assist people to learn not only about the objective forces at work in the society in which they live, but also about the intensely social character of their interior lives. Ultimately, it can propel people toward social emancipation."
    — Angela Davis, from “Art on the Frontline,” Women, Culture, and Politics (1984).

    (Source: yellowgen)

  8. Race & Prison Populations

  9. Heroes.


  10. "I must admit the forbidden always arouses my temptations"
    — Me’Shell Ndegéocello - Stay

  11. My feminism will ALWAYS include trans women, women of color, disabled women, fat women, intersex women, poor women, neuroatypical women, and all the other women who are often neglected


    Reblog if yours will too (and feel free to include anything i missed)

    (Source: thisbitchyellsback, via superkwa)

  13. BW | BK 

  14. geekydorknyc:


    Melissa Harris-Perry Breaks Down in On Air Apology (by Lord Rothschild)

    I think this is the best apology I’ve ever seen.

    edited to add: Considering MHP didn’t even make the offending comments, I think this says a lot about her character.

    The fact that she wasn’t even the one who made the offensive remarks makes this apology even more classy. She took responsibility because it’s her show and the buck stops with her.  People like Sarah Palin go shooting off their mouths saying the most offensive, racist and vile things, but are never accountable for their words, let alone apologize, because everything they say is so-called ‘free speech’. The hypocrisy is sickening.

  15. Vow of Silence Preproduction Process with Dir. Be Steadwell