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blackandkillingit:

somalibeauty:

Saada Ahmed at the Raise Up for Somalia event in NY. Everyone came out.
Photo: The American Refugee Committee




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Raise up for Somalia

blackandkillingit:

somalibeauty:

Saada Ahmed at the Raise Up for Somalia event in NY. Everyone came out.

Photo: The American Refugee Committee

Raise up for Somalia

Take action

Take action

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thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 100 pomegranate seeds, organized neatly.

My continued obssession with pomegranates

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 100 pomegranate seeds, organized neatly.

My continued obssession with pomegranates

africastyleinsider:

A.S.I. Style Watch: Michelle Obama

The First Lady in Red

(Source: )

divalocity:

Shala turns up the heat in this beautiful gown for her editorial Island In the Sun, in VOGUE Japan’s January 2012 issue. Styling by Aurora Sansone. Photography by Tommy Ton.
 Photo:Storemags.com/Tommy Ton/VOGUE JAPAN

Gorgeous chiffon

divalocity:

Shala turns up the heat in this beautiful gown for her editorial Island In the Sun, in VOGUE Japan’s January 2012 issue. Styling by Aurora Sansone. Photography by Tommy Ton.


Photo:Storemags.com/Tommy Ton/VOGUE JAPAN

Gorgeous chiffon

aphorismspeaks:

i’d hang this in my living room.

aphorismspeaks:

i’d hang this in my living room.

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typicalugandan:

 Phiona Mutesi is a Ugandan chess player. She is not certain when she was born, although FIDE has estimated it to be 1993. She grew up in the Ugandan slum of Katwe, where as of 2011 fifty percent of teen girls are mothers; when Phiona was about three her father died of AIDS and shortly after her older sister Juliet died of an unknown cause. 
When Phiona was about nine, and had already dropped out of school as her family could not afford to send her, she found a chess program run by the Sports Outreach Institute, which taught her how to play chess. 
As of 2011 she is a three-time Women’s Junior Champion of Uganda. She played on board 2 for Uganda at the Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010). Furthermore, she is the youngest person ever to win the African chess championship.

typicalugandan:

Phiona Mutesi is a Ugandan chess player. She is not certain when she was born, although FIDE has estimated it to be 1993. She grew up in the Ugandan slum of Katwe, where as of 2011 fifty percent of teen girls are mothers; when Phiona was about three her father died of AIDS and shortly after her older sister Juliet died of an unknown cause.

When Phiona was about nine, and had already dropped out of school as her family could not afford to send her, she found a chess program run by the Sports Outreach Institute, which taught her how to play chess.

As of 2011 she is a three-time Women’s Junior Champion of Uganda. She played on board 2 for Uganda at the Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010). Furthermore, she is the youngest person ever to win the African chess championship.

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cutfromadiffcloth:


2011 Mozambique Fashion Week
Designer: Kobus Dippenaar
Photo Credit: Simon Deiner/SDR Photo


Pretty

cutfromadiffcloth:

2011 Mozambique Fashion Week

Designer: Kobus Dippenaar

Photo Credit: Simon Deiner/SDR Photo

Pretty

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blackandkillingit:

somalibeauty:

Saada Ahmed at the Raise Up for Somalia event in NY. Everyone came out.
Photo: The American Refugee Committee




@BGKIonline #BGKI Facebook Fan Page




Raise up for Somalia

blackandkillingit:

somalibeauty:

Saada Ahmed at the Raise Up for Somalia event in NY. Everyone came out.

Photo: The American Refugee Committee

Raise up for Somalia

lomographicsociety:

Lomography Film of the Day - Fuji Velvia 120 ISO 100
Get it online!

Pretty red lomo

lomographicsociety:

Lomography Film of the Day - Fuji Velvia 120 ISO 100

Get it online!

Pretty red lomo

Take action

Take action

(Source: xkimmord, via mahogany-soul)

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 100 pomegranate seeds, organized neatly.

My continued obssession with pomegranates

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: 100 pomegranate seeds, organized neatly.

My continued obssession with pomegranates

africastyleinsider:

A.S.I. Style Watch: Michelle Obama

The First Lady in Red

(Source: )

divalocity:

Shala turns up the heat in this beautiful gown for her editorial Island In the Sun, in VOGUE Japan’s January 2012 issue. Styling by Aurora Sansone. Photography by Tommy Ton.
 Photo:Storemags.com/Tommy Ton/VOGUE JAPAN

Gorgeous chiffon

divalocity:

Shala turns up the heat in this beautiful gown for her editorial Island In the Sun, in VOGUE Japan’s January 2012 issue. Styling by Aurora Sansone. Photography by Tommy Ton.


Photo:Storemags.com/Tommy Ton/VOGUE JAPAN

Gorgeous chiffon

These red shoes

These red shoes

(Source: rachaelbuley, via beedais-deactivated20140819)

I really do.
aphorismspeaks:

i’d hang this in my living room.

aphorismspeaks:

i’d hang this in my living room.

(via autumnsdaily)

typicalugandan:

 Phiona Mutesi is a Ugandan chess player. She is not certain when she was born, although FIDE has estimated it to be 1993. She grew up in the Ugandan slum of Katwe, where as of 2011 fifty percent of teen girls are mothers; when Phiona was about three her father died of AIDS and shortly after her older sister Juliet died of an unknown cause. 
When Phiona was about nine, and had already dropped out of school as her family could not afford to send her, she found a chess program run by the Sports Outreach Institute, which taught her how to play chess. 
As of 2011 she is a three-time Women’s Junior Champion of Uganda. She played on board 2 for Uganda at the Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010). Furthermore, she is the youngest person ever to win the African chess championship.

typicalugandan:

Phiona Mutesi is a Ugandan chess player. She is not certain when she was born, although FIDE has estimated it to be 1993. She grew up in the Ugandan slum of Katwe, where as of 2011 fifty percent of teen girls are mothers; when Phiona was about three her father died of AIDS and shortly after her older sister Juliet died of an unknown cause.

When Phiona was about nine, and had already dropped out of school as her family could not afford to send her, she found a chess program run by the Sports Outreach Institute, which taught her how to play chess.

As of 2011 she is a three-time Women’s Junior Champion of Uganda. She played on board 2 for Uganda at the Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010). Furthermore, she is the youngest person ever to win the African chess championship.

(via )

fer1972:

Medusa by  Leojamelli

Red medusa

fer1972:

Medusa by  Leojamelli

Red medusa

(via indigoshakti)

cutfromadiffcloth:


2011 Mozambique Fashion Week
Designer: Kobus Dippenaar
Photo Credit: Simon Deiner/SDR Photo


Pretty

cutfromadiffcloth:

2011 Mozambique Fashion Week

Designer: Kobus Dippenaar

Photo Credit: Simon Deiner/SDR Photo

Pretty

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