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  • What a way to spend a Sunday! See you soon at 2149 Frederick Douglass BLVD.
  • What a way to spend a Sunday! See you soon at 2149 Frederick Douglass BLVD.

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  • How are you and your little ones channeling your creativity this weekend?  Swipe for 10  easy, fun + creative ideas to help you connect with you kids before the weekends out 💫
  • How are you and your little ones channeling your creativity this weekend? Swipe for 10 easy, fun + creative ideas to help you connect with you kids before the weekends out 💫

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  • 100% guilty of being the Over Prepared reader 🤷🏾‍♀️. #Repost @grantdraws
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New comic for @nytbooks! Which type of reader are you? I'm indecisive. 
This comic appears in my upcoming book, I WILL JUDGE YOU BY YOUR BOOKSHELF
  • 100% guilty of being the Over Prepared reader 🤷🏾‍♀️. #Repost @grantdraws
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    New comic for @nytbooks! Which type of reader are you? I'm indecisive.
    This comic appears in my upcoming book, I WILL JUDGE YOU BY YOUR BOOKSHELF

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  • I post this image every year around the 26th of Jan. It’s the Aboriginal’s Day of Mourning protest in 1938 lead by the Aborigines Progressive Association. 150 years after colonisation. A now very famous photo. One the first civil rights protests of Aboriginal people. 
The association asked for laws for the care and education of Aboriginal people. It wanted living conditions improved and access to education. Sadly, we are still asking for these things in 2020. 
The woman with the baby on her hip is my great grandmother Louisa Ingram. Or Little Nan we called her. She lived with us when I was little. She’s holding my Aunty Ollie. Those kids are my aunties and uncles in front.
I know why she’s there. My nan tells me all the time. Little Nan was appalled at the treatment her and the other families on the mission were receiving. A humble, polite yet very strong and resilient woman. Anyone who knew her always said what a good woman Aunty Nuggo (her nickname) was. I know a story where she took all the families to the local police station ad performed a sit in because the mission manager was a drunk and abusing his position, withholding rations. Women and kids sitting in the station. The mission manager was soon replaced. A strong staunch woman, a leader. Trailblazer. 
This photo makes me very emotional as a mother, to see what she did for her kids, her family and her community. How hard it would’ve been. Little Nan had 11 kids. 
She lived in Cowra in western NSW. On a little mission just outside of town - Erambie Mission. A reserve setup for Aboriginal people to live there. 
And here she is with kids in tow standing, protesting for the basic human rights of all Aboriginal people across Australia. 
I wish the photo reflected the instructions these trailblazers were given by authorities - to protest via the back door and that they had to wait until the festivities and parade had finished by those celebrating Australia Day. 
The whole country should know about this photo and who these amazing people in it are. 
I don’t celebrate. It’s Survival Day. I remember and acknowledge 👣
#changethedate
  • I post this image every year around the 26th of Jan. It’s the Aboriginal’s Day of Mourning protest in 1938 lead by the Aborigines Progressive Association. 150 years after colonisation. A now very famous photo. One the first civil rights protests of Aboriginal people.
    The association asked for laws for the care and education of Aboriginal people. It wanted living conditions improved and access to education. Sadly, we are still asking for these things in 2020.
    The woman with the baby on her hip is my great grandmother Louisa Ingram. Or Little Nan we called her. She lived with us when I was little. She’s holding my Aunty Ollie. Those kids are my aunties and uncles in front.
    I know why she’s there. My nan tells me all the time. Little Nan was appalled at the treatment her and the other families on the mission were receiving. A humble, polite yet very strong and resilient woman. Anyone who knew her always said what a good woman Aunty Nuggo (her nickname) was. I know a story where she took all the families to the local police station ad performed a sit in because the mission manager was a drunk and abusing his position, withholding rations. Women and kids sitting in the station. The mission manager was soon replaced. A strong staunch woman, a leader. Trailblazer.
    This photo makes me very emotional as a mother, to see what she did for her kids, her family and her community. How hard it would’ve been. Little Nan had 11 kids.
    She lived in Cowra in western NSW. On a little mission just outside of town - Erambie Mission. A reserve setup for Aboriginal people to live there.
    And here she is with kids in tow standing, protesting for the basic human rights of all Aboriginal people across Australia.
    I wish the photo reflected the instructions these trailblazers were given by authorities - to protest via the back door and that they had to wait until the festivities and parade had finished by those celebrating Australia Day.
    The whole country should know about this photo and who these amazing people in it are.
    I don’t celebrate. It’s Survival Day. I remember and acknowledge 👣
    #changethedate

  •  534  40  25 January, 2020
  • 🥃 - @broughbrothers “A micro-distillery eyes a July opening in west Louisville, with a bourbon product to be unveiled later this spring.

Brough Brothers Distillery is working with the city to open small distillery with 25-gallon stills, plus bottling, packaging and labeling on site, along with a barrel room. The distillery, which is slated for a roughly 2,200-square-feet structure at 1460 Dixie Highway, will focus primarily on production but will have a 326-square-foot tasting room.

According to a rezoning application filed with the city, the micro-distillery would employ two people full-time and two-part time.

The micro-distillery will be part of Victory Global LLC, and managing director Victor Yarbrough said the distillery will focus mostly on vodka and gin, along with a “tad bit of bourbon,” which will be aged on site.” - Louisville Future

Black owned businesses are our business 👊🏿 @accurocorpservices 
www.accurocorpservices.com
  • 🥃 - @broughbrothers “A micro-distillery eyes a July opening in west Louisville, with a bourbon product to be unveiled later this spring.

    Brough Brothers Distillery is working with the city to open small distillery with 25-gallon stills, plus bottling, packaging and labeling on site, along with a barrel room. The distillery, which is slated for a roughly 2,200-square-feet structure at 1460 Dixie Highway, will focus primarily on production but will have a 326-square-foot tasting room.

    According to a rezoning application filed with the city, the micro-distillery would employ two people full-time and two-part time.

    The micro-distillery will be part of Victory Global LLC, and managing director Victor Yarbrough said the distillery will focus mostly on vodka and gin, along with a “tad bit of bourbon,” which will be aged on site.” - Louisville Future

    Black owned businesses are our business 👊🏿 @accurocorpservices
    www.accurocorpservices.com

  •  4,105  73  24 January, 2020
  • This is so beautiful to watch 😂😂😂
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Reposted from @menwhoinspire 🤦🏾‍♂️ I turn around for 2 seconds and hear thumping in the hallway. Somehow he has climbed in the dryer.
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Why don’t kids every stop to think “dang 🧐I been wildn all week. Let me chill out today” • - @dad_vlog
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Oh the way he said "okay" though, you've been doing a great job with this young "curious" champ daddy.
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#menwhoinspire - #regrann
  • This is so beautiful to watch 😂😂😂
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    Reposted from @menwhoinspire 🤦🏾‍♂️ I turn around for 2 seconds and hear thumping in the hallway. Somehow he has climbed in the dryer.

    Why don’t kids every stop to think “dang 🧐I been wildn all week. Let me chill out today” • - @dad_vlog
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    Oh the way he said "okay" though, you've been doing a great job with this young "curious" champ daddy.
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    Follow @menwhoinspire for more inspiring post.
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    #menwhoinspire - #regrann

  •  3,420  140  25 January, 2020