Friday, January 23, 2015

Amazing Black History Photo Album



Well I found this photo gallery and it took me 3 hours to tear myself away. Talk about a treasure, there are 1101 vintage photos  in here at this time and it sure was fun trying to see them all. There are all kinds of pictures in this gallery, family shots, fashion, sports, entertainment, posters, military, agricultural, rural, urban and more. Since I’m not big on talking about these resources you’d better go look at them for yourself. Black History Month is right around the corner and I’m positive that you’ll find something useful in the bunch. Happy Looking. Don't forget to bookmark the site.
click here to view the: (Black History Album)
















Wednesday, January 21, 2015

"Queens of Africa Dolls"

LAGOS— With a booming economy in Nigeria and more black children than anywhere else in the world, Taofick Okoya was dismayed some years ago when he couldn't find a black doll for his niece.
To see what he did click here




I am not at all surprised that Nigeria is the place of origin of the "Queens of Africa" dolls.
Visit their web site at;
http://www.queensofafricadolls.com/about-us.html


Swann Galleries African-American Fine Art Auction Part 2

Swann Galleries African-American Fine Art Auction Part 2



See also

Fine Art Auction Part 1


African-American Fine Art Department




Monday, January 19, 2015

"Strolling" by Cecile Emeke

Now that's what I'm talking 'bout! 
IMO Strolling is; creative, inspiring, refreshing and more but the only way for you to know this is to see it for yourself. I'm loving what I'm seeing and hoping for more. Props to the young people involved with this project. They touch on topics of concern to many young Black people not just those living in Britain or Europe but throughout the African diaspora. things like marginalization, gender conflicts, art, employment opportunities, health, colorism, immigration circumstances, African history, intercultural situations, relationships and hopefully much more to come. Congrats to ms. Emeke for a job well done. Now let's help her spread her message in any way we can.

Cecile Emeke 

Episode 1


Flaner Episode 1


Strolling Episode 11


You can see all the Episodes of Strolling sat : http://strolling.cecileemeke.com

Would you like to support this kind of Independent Black oriented presentation?

(Strolling is for us)