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Realmente no hay mucho que decir de mi, soy humana, con eso lo digo todo.

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Tumblr paired up with Humans of New York to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.

natylogar·10 months agoText

sugarbabyrudeness:

bossyprada:

swnotes2self:

karayray1:

kirkmaynardart:

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eternallybeautifullyblack:

Looking for inspiration? Look no further. In this five part series, fifty talented black women from across the globe share their powerful words of wisdom.


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Part 1: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

Starting here, enjoy 50 thought provoking TED talks by 50 super talented black women in this five part series. 

Featured in Part 1:

ELIZABETH NYAMAYARO | TEDWomen 2015
An invitation to men who want a better world for women.

AMMA ASANTE | TEDxBrixton
The power of defining yourself.

RAKIA REYNOLDS | TEDxBarnardCollege
Rules of the road on your journey to success.

SARAH LEWIS |TED2014
Embrace the near win.

ANNE-MARIE IMAFIDON | TEDxBarcelonaED
Let’s save the world with girl-led startups.

SOMARA THEODORE | TEDxCreativeCoast
The evolving identity of a first generation American.

MEMORY CHAMPITI | TEDxYouth@Lilongwe
Local charity: Yes you can.

DR MAGGIE ADERIN-POCOCK | TEDxHousesofParliament
The dawn of a new space era.

NOZIPO MARAIRE | TEDxHarare
Indigenous versus indi-genius.

FELICIA HATCHER | TEDxJamaica
Tell your failure story.

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Part 2: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part two of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 2:

PANASHE CHIGUMADZI | TEDxJohannesburg
A new self-identity for Africans.

MAJORA CARTER | TEDxMidWest
Three stories of local eco-entrepreneurship.

PATRICIA OBO-NAI | TEDxLabone
The age of the girl geek.

LATISHA CAMPBELL | TEDxYale
I am a radical: changing the odds. 

CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE | TEDxEuston
We should all be feminists.

ANGELA JACKSON | TEDxProvidence
Turning urban youth into global citizens.

MAAMEYAA BOAFO | TEDxAccra
Being the real me without apology.

OLA OREKUNRIN | TEDxBerlinSalon
Womenomics.

MELLODY HOBSON | TED2014
Color blind or color brave? 

MAGATTE WADE | TEDxUFM
Disruptive Brands as Cultural Innovation.

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Part 3: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part three of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 3:

THANDIE NEWTON | TEDGlobal 2011

Actor Thandie Newton tells the story of finding her “otherness.”

MINNA SALAMI | TEDxBrixton
To change the world, change your illusions.

TARA WILKINSON-MCCLEAN | TEDxBridgetown
Re-imaging wealth in global media.

PENINAH NTHENYA MUSYIMI | TEDxAmsterdam
I am the change. 

THELMA GOLDEN | TEDxHarlem
Innovation Through Art – The Preposition Problematic.

MICHAELA DEPRINCE | TEDxAmsterdam
From “devil’s child” to star ballerina. 

SHAKIRAH BOURNE | TEDxBridgetown
The curse of the starving artist. 

KIMBERLY BRYANT | TEDxKC
Defy Impossible.

ZAIN ASHER | TEDxEuston
Trust your struggle.

ALLYSON HOBBS | TEDxStanford
The chosen exile of racial “passing.”

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Part 4: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part four of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 4:

HANNAH POOL | TEDxEuston
Discovering myself while discovering Erithrea.

JASMINE BURTON | TEDxAtlanta
Innovation to sanitation through empathic design.

KAKENYA NTAIYA | TEDxMidAtlantic
A girl who demanded school.

MAHLET AFEWORK | TEDxPlaceDesNations
Ancient tradition/modern fashion. 

FADEKEMI AKINFADERIN-AGARAU | TEDxEuston
Finding my calling.

RAPELANG RABANA | TEDxCapeTown
Using mobiles to rekindle learning.

PATIENCE MTHUNZI | TED2015
Could we cure HIV with lasers? 

SAEEDA WRIGHT | TEDxConcordiaUPortland
The ultimate selfie – love. 

ORY OKOLLOH | TEDGlobal 2007
How I became an activist. 

SADA MIRE|TEDxEuston
Cultural heritage: a basic human need. 

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Part 5: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is the final part of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 5:

ANGELA PATTON |TEDxWomen 2012
A father-daughter dance… in prison.

JULIANA ROTICH |TEDGlobal 2013
Meet BRCK, internet access built for Africa.

CATHERINE PHIRI |TEDxEuston
Debunking the made-for-Africa script. 

TALITHIA WILLIAMS | TEDxClaremontColleges
Own your body’s data.

JEPCHUMBA|TEDxEuston
Asking Why.

CHINWE ONYEAGORO | TEDxWindyCity
I’m an inefficient market entrepreneur.

DAYO OLOPADE | TEDTalentSearch
The new African narrative.

NDIDI NWUNELI | TEDxEuston
Rage for Change.

MAYA PENN | TEDWomen 2013
Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist Maya Penn.

DR MAMPHELA RAMPHELE |TEDxCapeTownED
Rising to our citizens’ responsibility.

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reblogging for later! hoping that there are some mental disease/coping strategies discussions on this list

Reblogging for later as well.

^^

@bossyprada I saw that you were looking for inspirational black women!

This is awesome. Thank you!!!

Girls of all complexions, watch these ^^^^^^^

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natylogar·10 months agoText

I figured out I don’t want a boyfriend, but a cuddling partner

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knuckleduster:

petal-metal-blog:

OMG MY NEW SHOES CAME :3 ignore my ugly house arrest ankle bracelet. haha

fuck everything else this is the real post of the decade

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natylogar·a year agoText

I want to meet the one, without actually going out, yk

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natylogar·a year agoText

gayarsonist:

somesaypoetry:

You know what’s good? Moss on wood

You know what’s great? A wrought iron gate

You know what’s better? Both together

And a brick mailbox with a wax-sealed letter


You know what’s divine? A red rose vine

And can you imagine? That with star jasmine

In a field where bees hover over soft clover cover

mandalorianreynolds:

gayarsonist:

you know what’s good? moss on wood

Moss on anything, really.

‘Round a fancy canopy to stand under with a lover

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natylogar·a year agoText

En este año han pasado tantas cosas que se siente como si hubieran pasado 3

In this year there has been so much going on that it feels that we passed 3

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natylogar·a year agoText

mlincorrectquotes:

Alix: *clicks pen*

Max: *clicks pen in response*

Kim: Stop that.

Max: Stop what?

Kim: You’re talking about me in Morse Code.

Alix: Yeah, that’s what we’re doing. In our very limited free time, we took a class on a very outdated, very unnecessary form of communication just so we could talk about you in front of you.

Alix (to Nathaniel): That’s…exactly what we did.

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natylogar·a year agoText

killjoyfag:

[puts several things in my coat pockets] inventory

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natylogar·a year agoText

vampires-and-witches:

I saw everyone on twitter tearing Emma Watson apart for saying she’s self - partnered instead of single and decided to watch her interview for British Vogue to know what the hell was she trying to say with that. I was very surprised to find a 30 minute video in which amongst other things she talks about the following:

  • She felt undeserving when she was appointed as UN Women goodwill ambassador and sought out Gloria Steinem to learn about feminist activism.
  • She thinks the criticism she received for being a white feminist was useful because it made her educate herself.
  • She says there’s a desperate need to reform the education system in the UK to change the way they are taught the history of how Britain has been involved in foreign affairs and how they profited from slavery.
  • She felt anxious about approaching 30 because there’s a lot of pressure to have a husband and a baby by then and she’s still figuring her life out.
  • She was so young when she was casted in Harry Potter that she doesn’t remember much of her life before it and she went to therapy to deal with her issues with fame. She used to feel very guilty for being unhappy because she thought she should enjoy fame more.
  • The interviewer is a transgender woman and they discuss transgender issues for a while. Emma is in regular contact with a trans child which makes the topic of trans rights emotional for her because she’s very anxious for this kid’s safety.
  • She talks about her role as Meg March in the new Little Women movie and defends that unlike what many people say choosing to be a wife and a mother doesn’t make Meg a less feminist character and quotes a line from the movie, “Just because my dreams are different than yours it doesn’t mean they are unimportant.”  
  • She wishes more people would realize she’s not Hermione Granger but also understands why they want to see that in her because Hermione is a symbol for her too.
  • She used to think she could never be happy without a partner and now that she has learnt to navigate that better and is genuinely happy single she’s started to think of herself as self - partnered in contrast to the time when she thought of herself as single = lonely.

Every media outlet decided to focus in an out of context quote from the three minutes she talked about her dating life when the actual interview had a lot of depth and way more important things were discussed. I’m sad and angry but not surprised.

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