💜💛💚 (at Afropunkfest 2014)
August 8th 2014


At Your Best
Cheers to our accomplishments!  Constellation so powerful, these beings of light inspire, encourage & protect me daily. I love you all so dearly 💛 my queens, you all have been my greatest fortunes.
& the journey begins!!!
High Ropes Certification #Conquered! WHG is officially adding high elements on it’s Warriors’ training challenge course! 🏁 Woo! (Stay tuned) 😁 (at JCC Camps At Medford)
It’s here! @urbancreators feature in @gridmagazine is ready !! Go check it out! 😁 #urbanfarm #urbanagriculture #hoodstock2014  (at Life Do Grow @ 11th & York)
@urbancreators on the cover of @gridmagazine !! Dope depiction of Life Do Grow farm by @krobertpaulson YAAY! #CantWaitTilThisHitsTheStands 🌞🌱🌻🌽🍅
"Apparently, women of color were wearing their hair in such fabulous ways, adding jewels and feathers to their high hairdos and walking around with such beauty and pride that it was obscuring their status. This was very threatening to the social stability (read: white population) of the area at the time. The law was meant to distinguish women of color from their white counterparts and to minimize their beauty."
Shocking History: Why Women of Color in the 1800s Were Banned From Wearing Their Hair in Public by Cassandre of cassandrebeccai.com (via geejayeff)

(via intheeyesofdanishay)