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Keita's Go-To Regimen "My favorite Regimen is REVERSE. Not only did it reverse my dark patches and increase my self-confidence, but I also learned the importance of sunscreen. Sometimes in the African-American culture, sunscreen is perceived as "unnecessary" for many reasons, but I am living proof that this is not true. My skin tone is even and glowing now." #africanamerican

The last great chief of the Mescalero Apache. San Juan helped guide his people from the warring days into a peaceful reservation life and cooperation with the US government. 1883

from BBC News

The photographer who rejected racism in the American south

Four portrait photos taken by Hugh Mangum. The photographer who rejected racism in the American south

from See Jane Sparkle

African American flappers and Jazz Age women

Though the Great Gatsby focuses on white primarily upper class flappers, it is important to note that the style and flapper character was not only a white phenomenon. The Harlem Renaissance was booming in the 1920s and African American culture was just as revolutionary as white culture, if not more so in many ways. This website is primarily pictorial but the blurb at the bottom notes the importance of Jazz music (a primarily African American production) in the era.

from Yellowtrace

Gothic Office by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, Portland, USA.

Gothic Office by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, Portland, USA.Yellowtrace — Interior Design, Architecture, Art, Photography, Lifestyle & Design Culture Blog.