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💗 todo dia. . 💇🏾‍♀️ @nextvanity 📷 @keithmajor
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Right on time. It was a lesson-laden week. Giving thanks for friends who honor Truth, even when it hurts. 🙏🏽
Yaya
JAZZ. . (again 😉) . I’m so grateful to have been a part of this stunning piece of art. This film is unlike any other. It was a long time coming and we’re all thrilled it’s finally here. Thank you, Dan Pritzker for your passion for music, story-telling, truth and beauty. Thank you for this tribute to Buddy Bolden, who was Louis Armstrong’s childhood inspiration and the originator of the first style of post-colonial American music. . Jazz, baby. . ...opens in theaters May 3rd.
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Wow. Thank you, @juniperrusso, for sharing this. Sending Love to all the mamas out there who birthed their babies via C-section. Thank you, Africa. (again and again and again and again...) 🖤 Juniper’s words: . “Did you know that modern C sections were invented by African women— centuries before they were standard elsewhere? Midwives and surgeons living around Lake Tanganyika and Lake Victoria perfected the procedure hundreds of years ago. When a baby couldn’t be delivered vaginally, these healers sedated the laboring mother using large amounts of banana wine. They tied the mother to the bed for safety, sterilized a knife using heat, and made the incision, acting quickly as a team to prevent excessive blood loss or the accidental cutting of other organs. The combination of sterile, sharp equipment and sedation made the procedure surprisingly calm and comfortable for the mother. After the baby was delivered, antiseptic tinctures and salves were used to clean the area and stitches were applied. Women rarely developed infections, shock, or excessive blood loss after a cesarean section and the most common problem reported was that it took longer for the mother’s milk to come in (an issue that was solved with friends and relatives who would nurse the baby instead). In Uganda, C sections were normally performed by a team of male healers, but in Tanzania and DRC, they were typically done by female midwives. The majority of women and babies survived this, and when questioned about it by European colonists in the mid-1800s, many people in Uganda and Tanzania indicated that the procedure had been performed routinely since time immemorial. This was at a time when Europeans had only barely started to figure out that they should wash their hands before performing surgery, when nearly half of European and US women died in childbirth, and when nearly 100% of European women died if a C section was performed. Detailed explanations of Ugandan C-sections were published globally in scholarly journals by the 1880s and helped the rest of the world learn how to save mothers and babies with minimal complications. (continued in first comment ⬇️)
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The first American flag in 1777 was made with Indigo from Africa. Indigo was strong currency during the transatlantic enslavement trade and remained stronger than the dollar in this hemisphere for some time. The indigo pillows on my couch remind me of all the riches we brought, and nod to the ones yet to be revealed.
Yaya
Nora Bolden, Buddy’s wife. @boldenmovie coming May 3, 2019.
Yaya
Driving along the lake this morning, the still-frozen waters took my breath away and I smiled, knowing that I am the same... Chill. Still. And grateful for the light the dark Winter gives way to. ❄️
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I had a lovely time joining @renttherunway and many other dope brands at Chicago’s “Level Up Mixer” by Refind You, getting business professionals ready for their new headshots and the year ahead. I dressed down (‘cause it was snow storming), but the energy was high. I talked about mental preparation before the shoot, connecting to Inner Beauty, to the photographer, and to the camera, poses that exude confidence and competence, and other tips and tricks. The live demonstration was a fun challenge! Thank you for having me, @refindyou 🙏🏽 📷 @covijet
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Hey, Daddy 👋🏽 I’m ready... 💦🦚 . . Thanks for this, @consciousbaeapp. & for reposting @soulisticwellness
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Come.
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A rememberer.
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I love this video. Every year. Black History/Herstory in my home was every single day of every single year and it was inclusive of Nzinga, Touissant, Zumbi... the entire diaspora. . I remember feeling lost being chastised years ago on reality television for being too “Afrocentric”, but I was just being who I knew to be at the time. These days, when I read your messages thanking me for being “woke early,” I can only pass that gratitude on to my parents and the community they created for me and my siblings. . I remember dressing up on April 27th, 1994 and casting a ballot for Nelson Mandela in a decorated cardboard "ballot box" with the kids at my mothers Montessori school in Harlem, celebrating the imminent end of Apartheid. I remember representing proudly at the science fair of my majority-white school, educating students, teachers and parents on numerous inventions by African Americans, such as the carbon filament for the lightbulb, the folding ironing board, the lawn sprinkler, the stoplight, the gas mask, blood banks and countless others. “Countless” because many of the greatest inventions the industrialized world takes for granted, were invented by Black scientists and engineers at a time when being robbed of credit for their inventions by their white counterparts was the norm. One of Elijah McCoy’s 57 inventions was the automatic lubricator he created in 1872 for trains and steam engines for ships, thus revolutionizing railroad transportation in this country. He didn’t have the money at the time to mass produce his invention, so when other inventors attempted to steal his idea and sell imitations, companies insisted on using the authentic device, asking for “The Real McCoy”, which is how that popular term came about. . There are so many things to celebrate. So much beauty in Blackness. So much gratitude for our ancestors. And still, NOW... as we continue to dismantle the myths of the matrix... as tales of inferiority fall away... I am tickled with anticipation of amazing new contributions from peoples of African descent creating from a place of wholeness, Self-Love, and limitlessness. . Yes, I love Black History. And I love Black Presence even more.🖤
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What we doing? Oh... #10yearchallenge
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I feel.
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sometimes you just gotta repost the whole shit... #sagrising #becarefulwithme ......................... #Repost from @maryamhasnaa. . We are breaking all agreements and contracts with those who use covert emotional manipulation tactics like shame, blame, guilting, passive aggression and peer pressure to try to make you think, feel, act in a certain way that suits their agenda. . We are learning the difference between being someone who is naturally loving and caring and being someone who cares for others to make yourself feel valuable, needed and safe. The second type of “care-taking” is a fear based strategy and therefore will always have strings attached. And can be a door for manipulation. . The authenticity test for behaviors is to challenge your impulse to act and instead do nothing. If the impulse is coming from your authentic self you will feel self love regardless. Next time you feel an impulse to take care of someone and you’re not sure if it is coming from a healthy place just pause and do nothing. If you feel guilt, judgement or any form of self attack you will see the addictive compulsive behavior there, not rooted in authenticity. If the impulse is coming from addiction, compulsion or fear you will feel negativity, pain and self attack . Your soul is whole and perfect no matter what experiences of pain or trauma you have been through. The last step in freeing yourself from any life trauma is breaking the habits, cycles, patterns and addictions that developed as coping mechanism to manage those experiences. So you can finally find peace and acceptance. . I am consciously putting my sword away these days but keeping it close. I am honoring the parts of me that are soft and delicate and the parts of me that are firey. Healers are the ones who walked through fire and lived to talk about it. Healers are the ones who have become so comfortable with their pain that they have chosen to learn from it and use it as a stepping stone to all things divine. We don’t allow abuse or for the world to make us suffer. We chose to transmute it into something beautiful.
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I’ll be over here...
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. 💛 best friend. protector. teacher. student. mestre. gift. love. Thank you, big brother, for EVERYTHING. I got you. Para sempre. 🙏🏽 Happy would-have-been 46th Birthday 🙏🏽
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Thank you, world, for all the birthday wishes, and for supporting me on this journey. Love y’all 💛 . dress: @michaelcostello shoes: @ysl hair: @nextvanity makeup: @antonmakeup glow: gratitude for another trip around the Sun! ☀️ ♏️
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Happy Halloween!!! . I’ll be handing out organic sweets to trick or treaters and watching Chicago Med simulmuthalovintaneously! 🎃 . NBC. 8/7C.
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👑👑👑👑
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What a pleasure to spend last night with such phenomenal women at the @instylemagazine Badass Women Dinner! Congratulations to my fellow Brown Alum and Scorpio sister @traceeellisross on your stunning cover! And happy birthday!!!!! 🎉🎊💫 Thank you for having me. 🙏🏽
Yaya
I could have saved myself a lot of heartache had I listed to Ntozake’s warnings as a little girl... but I’m grateful for all of it. . I’m also grateful to have had the opportunity to thank her, hug her, laugh and talk- with her sister and mine- at the 2010 premier of the film adaptation. . Thank you for your wisdom and your light, Mama Ntozake! Rest in Power ✊🏾👑💛
Yaya
At 14 years old, I was cast as lady in green in “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” with high school juniors and seniors. I went home & pleaded my case to my parents: As a method actor, I NEEDED to have “a silver ring in my nose”, because my monologue referenced one. That weekend, thanks to Ntozake Shange, I got my nose ring at a booth at the Mart 125 in Harlem. . Only after many missteps and hard lessons... only recently do I know... like KNOW know... what the lady in green monologue was all about.
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stealin my shit from me/ dont make it yrs/ makes it stolen/
somebody almost run off wit alla my stuff/ & i waz standin there/ lookin at myself/ the whole time & it waznt a spirit took my stuff/ waz a man whose ego walked round like Rodan’s shadow/ waz a man fastern my innocence/ waz a lover/ i made too much 
room for/ almost run off wit alla my stuff . -excerpt from Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” . painting: R.J. Hohimer
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I know it’s Monday. I can “be” here and still be productive... 😉 Bom segunda-feira!
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“For small creatures such as we, the vastness is bearable only with love.” Carl Sagan
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Spirit Quartz carries the vibration of Universal Love. #SundayVibes
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a luta continua...
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This morning, while walking with my son from the car to his school, he asked me to pick him up. I said, “I’m not feeling so strong right now.” He said, “Remember, you are strong, you’re a warrior and you can do anything.” Up he went! 😂 #myguru #warriorsoflight
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“You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice."― Bob Marley
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Exploration is not synonymous with pillage. They Came Before Columbus. Africans & Olmecs ca 1310.
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    💗 todo dia. . 💇🏾‍♀️ @nextvanity 📷 @keithmajor
  • Yaya

    Right on time. It was a lesson-laden week. Giving thanks for friends who honor Truth, even when it hurts. 🙏🏽
  • Yaya

    JAZZ. . (again 😉) . I’m so grateful to have been a part of this stunning piece of art. This film is unlike any other. It was a long time coming and we’re all thrilled it’s finally here. Thank you, Dan Pritzker for your passion for music, story-telling, truth and beauty. Thank you for this tribute to Buddy Bolden, who was Louis Armstrong’s childhood inspiration and the originator of the first style of post-colonial American music. . Jazz, baby. . ...opens in theaters May 3rd.
  • Yaya

    Wow. Thank you, @juniperrusso, for sharing this. Sending Love to all the mamas out there who birthed their babies via C-section. Thank you, Africa. (again and again and again and again...) 🖤 Juniper’s words: . “Did you know that modern C sections were invented by African women— centuries before they were standard elsewhere? Midwives and surgeons living around Lake Tanganyika and Lake Victoria perfected the procedure hundreds of years ago. When a baby couldn’t be delivered vaginally, these healers sedated the laboring mother using large amounts of banana wine. They tied the mother to the bed for safety, sterilized a knife using heat, and made the incision, acting quickly as a team to prevent excessive blood loss or the accidental cutting of other organs. The combination of sterile, sharp equipment and sedation made the procedure surprisingly calm and comfortable for the mother. After the baby was delivered, antiseptic tinctures and salves were used to clean the area and stitches were applied. Women rarely developed infections, shock, or excessive blood loss after a cesarean section and the most common problem reported was that it took longer for the mother’s milk to come in (an issue that was solved with friends and relatives who would nurse the baby instead). In Uganda, C sections were normally performed by a team of male healers, but in Tanzania and DRC, they were typically done by female midwives. The majority of women and babies survived this, and when questioned about it by European colonists in the mid-1800s, many people in Uganda and Tanzania indicated that the procedure had been performed routinely since time immemorial. This was at a time when Europeans had only barely started to figure out that they should wash their hands before performing surgery, when nearly half of European and US women died in childbirth, and when nearly 100% of European women died if a C section was performed. Detailed explanations of Ugandan C-sections were published globally in scholarly journals by the 1880s and helped the rest of the world learn how to save mothers and babies with minimal complications. (continued in first comment ⬇️)
  • Yaya

    The first American flag in 1777 was made with Indigo from Africa. Indigo was strong currency during the transatlantic enslavement trade and remained stronger than the dollar in this hemisphere for some time. The indigo pillows on my couch remind me of all the riches we brought, and nod to the ones yet to be revealed.
  • Yaya

    Nora Bolden, Buddy’s wife. @boldenmovie coming May 3, 2019.
  • Yaya

    Driving along the lake this morning, the still-frozen waters took my breath away and I smiled, knowing that I am the same... Chill. Still. And grateful for the light the dark Winter gives way to. ❄️
  • Yaya

    I had a lovely time joining @renttherunway and many other dope brands at Chicago’s “Level Up Mixer” by Refind You, getting business professionals ready for their new headshots and the year ahead. I dressed down (‘cause it was snow storming), but the energy was high. I talked about mental preparation before the shoot, connecting to Inner Beauty, to the photographer, and to the camera, poses that exude confidence and competence, and other tips and tricks. The live demonstration was a fun challenge! Thank you for having me, @refindyou 🙏🏽 📷 @covijet
  • Yaya

    Hey, Daddy 👋🏽 I’m ready... 💦🦚 . . Thanks for this, @consciousbaeapp. & for reposting @soulisticwellness
  • Yaya

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    Come.
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    A rememberer.
  • Yaya

    I love this video. Every year. Black History/Herstory in my home was every single day of every single year and it was inclusive of Nzinga, Touissant, Zumbi... the entire diaspora. . I remember feeling lost being chastised years ago on reality television for being too “Afrocentric”, but I was just being who I knew to be at the time. These days, when I read your messages thanking me for being “woke early,” I can only pass that gratitude on to my parents and the community they created for me and my siblings. . I remember dressing up on April 27th, 1994 and casting a ballot for Nelson Mandela in a decorated cardboard "ballot box" with the kids at my mothers Montessori school in Harlem, celebrating the imminent end of Apartheid. I remember representing proudly at the science fair of my majority-white school, educating students, teachers and parents on numerous inventions by African Americans, such as the carbon filament for the lightbulb, the folding ironing board, the lawn sprinkler, the stoplight, the gas mask, blood banks and countless others. “Countless” because many of the greatest inventions the industrialized world takes for granted, were invented by Black scientists and engineers at a time when being robbed of credit for their inventions by their white counterparts was the norm. One of Elijah McCoy’s 57 inventions was the automatic lubricator he created in 1872 for trains and steam engines for ships, thus revolutionizing railroad transportation in this country. He didn’t have the money at the time to mass produce his invention, so when other inventors attempted to steal his idea and sell imitations, companies insisted on using the authentic device, asking for “The Real McCoy”, which is how that popular term came about. . There are so many things to celebrate. So much beauty in Blackness. So much gratitude for our ancestors. And still, NOW... as we continue to dismantle the myths of the matrix... as tales of inferiority fall away... I am tickled with anticipation of amazing new contributions from peoples of African descent creating from a place of wholeness, Self-Love, and limitlessness. . Yes, I love Black History. And I love Black Presence even more.🖤
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    What we doing? Oh... #10yearchallenge
  • Yaya

    😔❤️
  • Yaya

    🌸
  • Yaya

    ☀️
  • Yaya

    🎀
  • Yaya

    I feel.
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    sometimes you just gotta repost the whole shit... #sagrising #becarefulwithme ......................... #Repost from @maryamhasnaa. . We are breaking all agreements and contracts with those who use covert emotional manipulation tactics like shame, blame, guilting, passive aggression and peer pressure to try to make you think, feel, act in a certain way that suits their agenda. . We are learning the difference between being someone who is naturally loving and caring and being someone who cares for others to make yourself feel valuable, needed and safe. The second type of “care-taking” is a fear based strategy and therefore will always have strings attached. And can be a door for manipulation. . The authenticity test for behaviors is to challenge your impulse to act and instead do nothing. If the impulse is coming from your authentic self you will feel self love regardless. Next time you feel an impulse to take care of someone and you’re not sure if it is coming from a healthy place just pause and do nothing. If you feel guilt, judgement or any form of self attack you will see the addictive compulsive behavior there, not rooted in authenticity. If the impulse is coming from addiction, compulsion or fear you will feel negativity, pain and self attack . Your soul is whole and perfect no matter what experiences of pain or trauma you have been through. The last step in freeing yourself from any life trauma is breaking the habits, cycles, patterns and addictions that developed as coping mechanism to manage those experiences. So you can finally find peace and acceptance. . I am consciously putting my sword away these days but keeping it close. I am honoring the parts of me that are soft and delicate and the parts of me that are firey. Healers are the ones who walked through fire and lived to talk about it. Healers are the ones who have become so comfortable with their pain that they have chosen to learn from it and use it as a stepping stone to all things divine. We don’t allow abuse or for the world to make us suffer. We chose to transmute it into something beautiful.
  • Yaya

    I’ll be over here...
  • Yaya

  • Yaya

    . 💛 best friend. protector. teacher. student. mestre. gift. love. Thank you, big brother, for EVERYTHING. I got you. Para sempre. 🙏🏽 Happy would-have-been 46th Birthday 🙏🏽
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    Thank you, world, for all the birthday wishes, and for supporting me on this journey. Love y’all 💛 . dress: @michaelcostello shoes: @ysl hair: @nextvanity makeup: @antonmakeup glow: gratitude for another trip around the Sun! ☀️ ♏️
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    Happy Halloween!!! . I’ll be handing out organic sweets to trick or treaters and watching Chicago Med simulmuthalovintaneously! 🎃 . NBC. 8/7C.
  • Yaya

    👑👑👑👑
  • Yaya

    What a pleasure to spend last night with such phenomenal women at the @instylemagazine Badass Women Dinner! Congratulations to my fellow Brown Alum and Scorpio sister @traceeellisross on your stunning cover! And happy birthday!!!!! 🎉🎊💫 Thank you for having me. 🙏🏽
  • Yaya

    I could have saved myself a lot of heartache had I listed to Ntozake’s warnings as a little girl... but I’m grateful for all of it. . I’m also grateful to have had the opportunity to thank her, hug her, laugh and talk- with her sister and mine- at the 2010 premier of the film adaptation. . Thank you for your wisdom and your light, Mama Ntozake! Rest in Power ✊🏾👑💛
  • Yaya

    At 14 years old, I was cast as lady in green in “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” with high school juniors and seniors. I went home & pleaded my case to my parents: As a method actor, I NEEDED to have “a silver ring in my nose”, because my monologue referenced one. That weekend, thanks to Ntozake Shange, I got my nose ring at a booth at the Mart 125 in Harlem. . Only after many missteps and hard lessons... only recently do I know... like KNOW know... what the lady in green monologue was all about.
  • Yaya

    stealin my shit from me/ dont make it yrs/ makes it stolen/
somebody almost run off wit alla my stuff/ & i waz standin there/ lookin at myself/ the whole time & it waznt a spirit took my stuff/ waz a man whose ego walked round like Rodan’s shadow/ waz a man fastern my innocence/ waz a lover/ i made too much 
room for/ almost run off wit alla my stuff . -excerpt from Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” . painting: R.J. Hohimer
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    I know it’s Monday. I can “be” here and still be productive... 😉 Bom segunda-feira!
  • Yaya

    “For small creatures such as we, the vastness is bearable only with love.” Carl Sagan
  • Yaya

    Spirit Quartz carries the vibration of Universal Love. #SundayVibes
  • Yaya

    a luta continua...
  • Yaya

    This morning, while walking with my son from the car to his school, he asked me to pick him up. I said, “I’m not feeling so strong right now.” He said, “Remember, you are strong, you’re a warrior and you can do anything.” Up he went! 😂 #myguru #warriorsoflight
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    “You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice."― Bob Marley
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    Exploration is not synonymous with pillage. They Came Before Columbus. Africans & Olmecs ca 1310.
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