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6ksfashion:

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y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time
y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time
y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time
y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time
y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time
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admiral-yousmator:

You know what really gets to me, and I’m sure many know this, is the blatant abuse and betrayal that white photogs display in POC countries. Every time a photo has gotten famous like this photo did in history, the actual focus of the photo is left behind in the dust while the white photog is hailed as a hero for displaying the ills of that country. He didn’t even fucking ask her name. He didn’t ask for 17 years. The world knew nothing about her life and her story. He captured one moment that made him famous and she got nothing.
Every time I see this photo, I seethe.
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blackgirlwhiteboylove:

jessehimself:

Autum Ashante was accepted into the University of Connecticut at age 13.
Stephen R. Stafford II entered Morehouse College at the age 11 with three majors. 
Tony Hansberry II at age 14 developed a time reducing method for hysterectomies at Shands Hospital 
Honor them by sharing this post.

Black excellence
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blackgirlwhiteboylove:

sancophaleague:

We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.  “Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together. And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day. The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.  And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already. Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School. ‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success. ‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer. ‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’ The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs. Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City. ‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.  ‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “ Source (DailyMail.com/UKnews) Post Made By @solar_innerg#sancophaleague 

Black excellence
blackgirlwhiteboylove:

sancophaleague:

We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.  “Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together. And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day. The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.  And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already. Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School. ‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success. ‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer. ‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’ The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs. Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City. ‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.  ‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “ Source (DailyMail.com/UKnews) Post Made By @solar_innerg#sancophaleague 

Black excellence
blackgirlwhiteboylove:

sancophaleague:

We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.  “Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together. And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day. The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.  And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already. Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School. ‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success. ‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer. ‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’ The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs. Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City. ‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.  ‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “ Source (DailyMail.com/UKnews) Post Made By @solar_innerg#sancophaleague 

Black excellence
blackgirlwhiteboylove:

sancophaleague:

We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.  “Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together. And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day. The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.  And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already. Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School. ‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success. ‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer. ‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’ The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs. Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City. ‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.  ‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “ Source (DailyMail.com/UKnews) Post Made By @solar_innerg#sancophaleague 

Black excellence
blackgirlwhiteboylove:

sancophaleague:

We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.  “Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together. And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day. The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.  And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already. Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School. ‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success. ‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer. ‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’ The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs. Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City. ‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.  ‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “ Source (DailyMail.com/UKnews) Post Made By @solar_innerg#sancophaleague 

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nutrifitblr:

it’s all about your attitude! :) think positive <3
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stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
stellapollet:

"I’m not going to do the ice bucket challenge, I’m very sorry. It’s not going to make a difference if I do it or not. Everyone knows about the ice bucket challenge by this point. So instead I wanted to do what, it seems like a lot of people who do the ice bucket challenge don’t do, which is: talk about ALS, explain what ALS is."
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