theattractiveboys:

ChampagnePapi

theattractiveboys:

ChampagnePapi

afrorevolution:

Exactly ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’…๐Ÿ’…๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ‘‘


Amen!!

afrorevolution:

Exactly ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’…๐Ÿ’…๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ‘‘

Amen!!

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dollsofbeauty:

Dolls

endofdayz:

The Rules of Racism.

Exclusive Clip: Nas and David Banner On Hidden Colors 3

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d-o-l-c-e:

Fola by J. Quazi King

d-o-l-c-e:

Fola by J. Quazi King

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xobaddestbitchez:

welcome-tothegood-life:

fashionfever:

 

1992 on the set of Poetic Justice



He’s so beautiful

xobaddestbitchez:

welcome-tothegood-life:

fashionfever:

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1992 on the set of Poetic Justice

Heโ€™s so beautiful

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dollsofbeauty:

yunggangsta:

~

Dolls
blackhistorylegion:

A few historians argue that the word “Africa” is indigenous to the continent, and the idea that the Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Hindus or any Caucasoid group created the name Africa is absolutely INACCURATE!
This theory asserts that Romans and Greeks began using the term only after coming in contact with African people, such as the Greek conquest of Egypt and the Roman conquest of North Africa and Egypt. The term “Afru-ika” means “birthplace” or “Motherland,” according to historian Ivan Van Sertima. Af-rui-ka means “to turn toward the opening of the Ka, womb or birthplace.”

Another hypothesis is that the name of the 4th dynasty pharaoh, Kh-afre, reveals that an early Egyptian king had the name “Africa.” It’s believed by some that because modern Egyptologists and others often mix the order of the hieroglyphs that the ancients wrote Kh-afre is supposedly written as Afre-Kh or Africa.
Another theory is that the continent was named after the Roman general “Scipio Africanus,” but his name meant “Scipio of Africa,” which would mean the general was named for being from Africa.” He was best known for defeating Hannibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama, a feat that earned him the nick name Africanus. His birth name is Publius Cornelius Scipio. They just nicknamed him Africanus because he won a battle in Africa.

blackhistorylegion:

A few historians argue that the word โ€œAfricaโ€ is indigenous to the continent, and the idea that the Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Hindus or any Caucasoid group created the name Africa is absolutely INACCURATE!

This theory asserts that Romans and Greeks began using the term only after coming in contact with African people, such as the Greek conquest of Egypt and the Roman conquest of North Africa and Egypt. The term โ€œAfru-ikaโ€ means โ€œbirthplaceโ€ or โ€œMotherland,โ€ according to historian Ivan Van Sertima. Af-rui-ka means โ€œto turn toward the opening of the Ka, womb or birthplace.โ€

Another hypothesis is that the name of the 4th dynasty pharaoh, Kh-afre, reveals that an early Egyptian king had the name โ€œAfrica.โ€ Itโ€™s believed by some that because modern Egyptologists and others often mix the order of the hieroglyphs that the ancients wrote Kh-afre is supposedly written as Afre-Kh or Africa.

Another theory is that the continent was named after the Roman general โ€œScipio Africanus,โ€ but his name meant โ€œScipio of Africa,โ€ which would mean the general was named for being from Africa.โ€ He was best known for defeating Hannibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama, a feat that earned him the nick name Africanus. His birth name is Publius Cornelius Scipio. They just nicknamed him Africanus because he won a battle in Africa.

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shariibarii-girlslovelife:

Black is beautiful โœŠ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ’‹

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goldenxpvssy:

ugh-salina:

damn.

Taja Janel

goldenxpvssy:

ugh-salina:

damn.

Taja Janel

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iambeyinspired:

Couple who shades together stay together

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