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youngblackandvegan:

braidedkinks:

UNCONDITIONAL LOVE

black mommy daughter excellence


Introducing my Mummy to Major Women of Influence: #EmmaThompson @Oprah #AngelinaJolie #EEBAFTAs (x)

Introducing my Mummy to Major Women of Influence: #EmmaThompson @Oprah #AngelinaJolie #EEBAFTAs (x)

gradientlair:

I absolutely love generational photographs of Black women. Like…this is everything to me.

gradientlair:

I absolutely love generational photographs of Black women. Like…this is everything to me.

childiswealth:

spontaneousty:

Who can slay the stage and mother at the same time? Erykah Badu, that’s who!

I openly stan for this woman.

I love this woman…how does anyone not love this woman!

you’ve got to be kidding me with all this amazingness.

impossiblyblack:

Will Smith - 1988

Willow Smith - 2012

queennubian:

annnoire:

Christina and Riley via KisforKinky.com

more of the cute!!!!!

fuckyeahfamousblackgirls:

Red Table Talk trailer. On May 13th, Mother’s Day, Jada Pinkett-Smith will drop “Red Table Talks” an intimate conversation about family, love, and relationships with her daughter Willow Smith, and her mother, Andrienne Banefield Jones. In the shockingly candid conversation, the three generations openly talk about hurt, pain and love.

nprfreshair:

“I always make this case because I feel like my mom was part of a generation of people who [had] incredible gifts. There was no sweetening of vocals. There was no Pro Tools then. So I feel like people like her really shone because they were just so incredibly gifted and one of a kind. She was very revered for that reason and very well-respected. My mom was a special, cool lady.” — Maya Rudolph

nprfreshair:

I always make this case because I feel like my mom was part of a generation of people who [had] incredible gifts. There was no sweetening of vocals. There was no Pro Tools then. So I feel like people like her really shone because they were just so incredibly gifted and one of a kind. She was very revered for that reason and very well-respected. My mom was a special, cool lady.” — Maya Rudolph

damesjean:



my fave part of the ep tbqh.

damesjean:

my fave part of the ep tbqh.