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  • African-American King II: Ermias Asghedom "Nipsey Hussle" (2019), born to a Black American mother and an Eritrean father. Artist, Daniel Edwards
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Location: University of California, Stanislaus
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Iron oxide and graphite on polylactide.
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Ermias Asghedom, known professionally as Nipsey Hussle was a rap artist, community activist and entrepreneur (1985-2019).
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#blackartinamerica #blackart  #contemporaryart #modernart #supportblackart #sharingart #artlover #artcollector #curators #artlovers
#blackartcurators #blackartcollectors #blackartlovers #blackartmatters #blackcurators  #africanamericanart #sculpture #sculptureart #blacksculptor #blacksculpture  #emergingartist #themarathoncontinues #nipseyhussle #losangeles #eritrean #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #hiphophistory #americanhistory
  • African-American King II: Ermias Asghedom "Nipsey Hussle" (2019), born to a Black American mother and an Eritrean father. Artist, Daniel Edwards
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    Location: University of California, Stanislaus
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    Iron oxide and graphite on polylactide.
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    Ermias Asghedom, known professionally as Nipsey Hussle was a rap artist, community activist and entrepreneur (1985-2019).
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    #blackartinamerica #blackart #contemporaryart #modernart #supportblackart #sharingart #artlover #artcollector #curators #artlovers
    #blackartcurators #blackartcollectors #blackartlovers #blackartmatters #blackcurators #africanamericanart #sculpture #sculptureart #blacksculptor #blacksculpture #emergingartist #themarathoncontinues #nipseyhussle #losangeles #eritrean #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #hiphophistory #americanhistory

  •  12  2  5 minutes ago
  • Art IS therapy. This goes for any type of Art, not just the "traditional" visual. Writing, singing, dance, photography, yoga, poetry, cooking, etc. For some even the consumption of art is therapeutic. What's your therapy? 🙏🏿🎨
  • Art IS therapy. This goes for any type of Art, not just the "traditional" visual. Writing, singing, dance, photography, yoga, poetry, cooking, etc. For some even the consumption of art is therapeutic. What's your therapy? 🙏🏿🎨

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  • #happybirthday to the One #tonimorrison. #forever...#forevaeva
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From Esquire:
Toni Morrison Broke Down the Truth About White Supremacy in a Powerful 1993 PBS Interview .
 One of the most striking moments in a 1993 interview between Charlie Rose and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison is when she says to the PBS anchor, "Imagine raising your children to despise other people." She is soft, but stern in her delivery. In a sweeping interview about her 1992 book, Jazz, Morrison's words feel tragically familiar 26 years later in a country still broken by racism, white supremacy, and violence.
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Most poignantly, she says: "If I take your race away, and there you are, all strung out. And all you got is your little self, and what is that? What are you without racism? Are you any good? Are you still strong? Are you still smart? Do you still like yourself? I mean, these are the questions. Part of it is, "yes, the victim. How terrible it's been for black people." I'm not a victim. I refuse to be one... if you can only be tall because somebody is on their knees, then you have a serious problem. And my feeling is that white people have a very, very serious problem and they should start thinking about what they can do about it. Take me out of it.”
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#esquire #charlierose #listentoblackwomen #blackonblackbk #blacklivesmatter #blackgirlmagic #magicmagic #blackmagician #blaaaaacknificent #blackpower #blackpride #supportblackart #bxbbkbhm #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory
  • #happybirthday to the One #tonimorrison. #forever... #forevaeva
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    From Esquire:
    Toni Morrison Broke Down the Truth About White Supremacy in a Powerful 1993 PBS Interview .
    One of the most striking moments in a 1993 interview between Charlie Rose and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison is when she says to the PBS anchor, "Imagine raising your children to despise other people." She is soft, but stern in her delivery. In a sweeping interview about her 1992 book, Jazz, Morrison's words feel tragically familiar 26 years later in a country still broken by racism, white supremacy, and violence.
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    Most poignantly, she says: "If I take your race away, and there you are, all strung out. And all you got is your little self, and what is that? What are you without racism? Are you any good? Are you still strong? Are you still smart? Do you still like yourself? I mean, these are the questions. Part of it is, "yes, the victim. How terrible it's been for black people." I'm not a victim. I refuse to be one... if you can only be tall because somebody is on their knees, then you have a serious problem. And my feeling is that white people have a very, very serious problem and they should start thinking about what they can do about it. Take me out of it.”
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    #esquire #charlierose #listentoblackwomen #blackonblackbk #blacklivesmatter #blackgirlmagic #magicmagic #blackmagician #blaaaaacknificent #blackpower #blackpride #supportblackart #bxbbkbhm #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory

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  • Huey Percy Newton (February 17, 1942- August 22, 1989) was a black revolutionary activist who co-founded (along with Bobby Seale) the Black Panther Party. He attended Merritt College and then later attended the University of San Francisco School of Law. He met Bobby Seale at Merritt and got involved with political groups at the school. In 1966, the two founded the Black Panther Party. The organization took a militant stance to the plight of black communities in America and was not afraid to punctuate their message. In 1967 Huey was convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter in the death of a police officer. “Free Huey” became a popular  slogan, sparked protests and helped his cause. In 1970 he was freed. After his release he took the Panthers in a new direction dedicating itself to providing social services to the black community. In 1974 Newton was accused of another murder and fled to Cuba for three years before returning to America with the murder case being dismissed. He then returned to school at the University of California and earned a Ph.D. in social philosophy. On August 22, 1989, he was found shot dead. His autobiography “Revolutionary Suicide” is another book on my booklist.
Happy belated birthday Huey Newton. We will forever honor you!✊🏾✊🏿✊🏽✊🏼 The Revolution Will Never Die💯
#BlackHistoryMonth #HueyPNewton
  • Huey Percy Newton (February 17, 1942- August 22, 1989) was a black revolutionary activist who co-founded (along with Bobby Seale) the Black Panther Party. He attended Merritt College and then later attended the University of San Francisco School of Law. He met Bobby Seale at Merritt and got involved with political groups at the school. In 1966, the two founded the Black Panther Party. The organization took a militant stance to the plight of black communities in America and was not afraid to punctuate their message. In 1967 Huey was convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter in the death of a police officer. “Free Huey” became a popular slogan, sparked protests and helped his cause. In 1970 he was freed. After his release he took the Panthers in a new direction dedicating itself to providing social services to the black community. In 1974 Newton was accused of another murder and fled to Cuba for three years before returning to America with the murder case being dismissed. He then returned to school at the University of California and earned a Ph.D. in social philosophy. On August 22, 1989, he was found shot dead. His autobiography “Revolutionary Suicide” is another book on my booklist.
    Happy belated birthday Huey Newton. We will forever honor you!✊🏾✊🏿✊🏽✊🏼 The Revolution Will Never Die💯
    #BlackHistoryMonth #HueyPNewton

  •  23  3  1 hour ago
  • On The #POCReport Interview series, I highlight members of the community making impact and on this first episode I interviewed Quanna. Artist and Founder of #CarefreeBlackgirl, Quanna is the leader of a Nationally recognized lifestyle and woman empowerment brand that's raising money for their 2020 National tour with with @ifundwomen. 
Support #CarefreeBlackgirls across America by donating as little as $1 to help the cause. 
Unable to donate? A simple share or repost goes a long way.
  • On The #POCReport Interview series, I highlight members of the community making impact and on this first episode I interviewed Quanna. Artist and Founder of #CarefreeBlackgirl, Quanna is the leader of a Nationally recognized lifestyle and woman empowerment brand that's raising money for their 2020 National tour with with @ifundwomen.
    Support #CarefreeBlackgirls across America by donating as little as $1 to help the cause.
    Unable to donate? A simple share or repost goes a long way.

  •  12  1  1 hour ago
  • “Don” hoodie 😳 pewter grey ✨Size M ☝️1 of 1 screenprinted beauty 📯 $35 dm to cop 🚓
  • “Don” hoodie 😳 pewter grey ✨Size M ☝️1 of 1 screenprinted beauty 📯 $35 dm to cop 🚓

  •  6  2  1 hour ago
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  • 60 Second Premium Video Promo Business Flyer

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  • I finally got back to drawing after like 2 months 💖 "Pixel Perfect: What do you see?" Drawn by me 😜
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- My online shop: Link in bio 💕
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#pixelart #hentai #manga #doujin #doujinshi #anime #ahegao #dopeblackart #supportblackart #blackart #blackartist #blackgirlart #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlartist #blackartists #blackcartoons #blackcartooncharacters #smut #fantasy #quickie #pixel #pixels #computer #pixelanime #motherboard
  • I finally got back to drawing after like 2 months 💖 "Pixel Perfect: What do you see?" Drawn by me 😜

    - My online shop: Link in bio 💕

    #pixelart #hentai #manga #doujin #doujinshi #anime #ahegao #dopeblackart #supportblackart #blackart #blackartist #blackgirlart #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlartist #blackartists #blackcartoons #blackcartooncharacters #smut #fantasy #quickie #pixel #pixels #computer #pixelanime #motherboard

  •  39  0  3 hours ago
  • 1st oil painting of the year... “Carefree Black Girl” 30x30, Oil on Canvas, 2020
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The glare on this is crazy because it’s still drying, swipe for a better details #shareblackstories
  • 1st oil painting of the year... “Carefree Black Girl” 30x30, Oil on Canvas, 2020
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    The glare on this is crazy because it’s still drying, swipe for a better details #shareblackstories

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  •  97  5  4 hours ago
  • Don’t call it a comeback…. Here is the full wraparound cover of my latest piece for Disney Publishing revealed by Rick Riordan. “TRISTAN STRONG DESTROYS THE WORLD” the sequel to @mbalia1 New York Times Bestseller Tristan Strong Punches a hole in the Sky.  Attendees of the “Rick Riordan Presents” panel at Boskone last weekend got a sneak peek at my full illustration and a little timelapse making of video made to show my entire workflow for the cover.  After the response to book 1, I put a lot of pressure on myself to build on what I did for the original cover so I tried making a dynamic narrative action scene that spills from the back to the front cover.  Big thanks to everyone at Disney for working with me.  ROUND 2 will be in stores on 10/6/2020!!! I am also making myself available for school visits so to the schools that had inquired, let’s try and set that up for the fall.

#scifi #afrocentric #blackmen #afrofuturism #sciencefiction #characterdesign #africanart #rickriordanpresents #westafrican #scifiart #blackart #dopeblackart #melaninart #melaninpoppin #blackisbeautiful #nigerian #tribal #imaginativerealism #instagood #instaart #fantasy
#illustration #coverart #instadaily #digitalart #supportblackart #imaginative #rickriordan
  • Don’t call it a comeback…. Here is the full wraparound cover of my latest piece for Disney Publishing revealed by Rick Riordan. “TRISTAN STRONG DESTROYS THE WORLD” the sequel to @mbalia1 New York Times Bestseller Tristan Strong Punches a hole in the Sky.  Attendees of the “Rick Riordan Presents” panel at Boskone last weekend got a sneak peek at my full illustration and a little timelapse making of video made to show my entire workflow for the cover.  After the response to book 1, I put a lot of pressure on myself to build on what I did for the original cover so I tried making a dynamic narrative action scene that spills from the back to the front cover.  Big thanks to everyone at Disney for working with me.  ROUND 2 will be in stores on 10/6/2020!!! I am also making myself available for school visits so to the schools that had inquired, let’s try and set that up for the fall.

    #scifi #afrocentric #blackmen #afrofuturism #sciencefiction #characterdesign #africanart #rickriordanpresents #westafrican #scifiart #blackart #dopeblackart #melaninart #melaninpoppin #blackisbeautiful #nigerian #tribal #imaginativerealism #instagood #instaart #fantasy
    #illustration #coverart #instadaily #digitalart #supportblackart #imaginative #rickriordan

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  • My Black Girls Rock Collection started on this day 2 years ago with this rock... 🖤 Thanks to everyone who has purchased one of my rocks in the past 2 years! I wasn't expecting anyone to love these rocks or even want to purchase them... But the love has been real and is deeply appreciated. #tbt
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#art #painting #painter #artist #artistsoninstagram #blackart #blackart365 #blackartist #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #rockart #blackgirlswhopaint #blackwomenarepoppin #melanin #femaleartist #artlife #dopeblackart #dopeart #youngblackartists #blackartistspace #artthatinspiresme #supportblackart #supportblackartists #supportblackwomen #blackandwhite #africanart
  • My Black Girls Rock Collection started on this day 2 years ago with this rock... 🖤 Thanks to everyone who has purchased one of my rocks in the past 2 years! I wasn't expecting anyone to love these rocks or even want to purchase them... But the love has been real and is deeply appreciated. #tbt
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  • We appreciate all the love we received so far for our Negro League Merchandise Collection 🤘❄️ Link In Bio. As a thank you we will prize one of the Negro League pieces to one of our listeners. For a chance to win, see the details below:

1. Be following the @imaginaryplayerspod IG page
2. Post the merch you would like to win to your IG story and tag us
3. DM us your email address

The winner will be announced Friday, during episode 42 of Imaginary Players. Be sure to tune in 🤘
  • We appreciate all the love we received so far for our Negro League Merchandise Collection 🤘❄️ Link In Bio. As a thank you we will prize one of the Negro League pieces to one of our listeners. For a chance to win, see the details below:

    1. Be following the @imaginaryplayerspod IG page
    2. Post the merch you would like to win to your IG story and tag us
    3. DM us your email address

    The winner will be announced Friday, during episode 42 of Imaginary Players. Be sure to tune in 🤘

  •  58  2  4 hours ago

Top #supportblackart Posts

  • “In My Mind” (acrylic on canvas). A closer view of my last painting🎨🎨🎨
  • “In My Mind” (acrylic on canvas). A closer view of my last painting🎨🎨🎨

  •  2,327  110  16 February, 2020
  • Wow‼️💪🏾 Posted • @greater_is_he_thats_in_me Born to a former slave father and a free mother in Kentucky on June 25, 1889 John Morton-Finney joined the U.S. Army and became a member of the 24th Infantry Regiment, otherwise known as the Buffalo Soldiers when he was 22 he served in the Regiment from 1911-1914 and went to the Philippines, where he rose to the rank of sergeant and applied for an officer’s commission.After serving in the Philippines, Morton-Finney returned to the States in 1914 and completed a degree at Lincoln College in Missouri two years later. He started teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Missouri but when the US entered World War I, he slipped on his military uniform once more and fought for the American Expeditionary Force in France.He returned to the States after the war and earned degrees in math, French, and history. After getting married to Lincoln College teacher Pauline Ray, they relocated to Indianapolis, where Morton-Finney went back to teaching. He taught at several Indianapolis public schools and eventually ended up at the newly opened Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis.
He was the first teacher hired when the school opened in 1927 and later became the head of the school’s foreign language department.
This was after he had completed an IU master’s degree in education and French in 1925.
In 1935, while teaching at Crispus Attucks, Morton-Finney earned the first of four law degrees. At 75, he earned the last of his several degrees from Butler University. He never got tired of learning as he believed education had no end. Even at the age of 100, he was still seen attending law school seminars as if he was a first-year student. The last surviving member of the Buffalo Soldiers passed away on January 28, 1998, at the age of 108.
#johnmortonfinney 
#blackhistory
#blacklawyers
#africa
Follow #Afri__Culture 
#blackandeducated 
#blackknowledge 
#blackhistoryfacts #blackqueen #blackpride  #blackbusinesses #supportblackart #blackbusinessowner #blackeconomics #blackownedbusinesses #blackwoman #melaninonfleek #panafricanism #blackhistorymonth #blackgirlmagic
#melaninmagic
#africanlove
#problack
#USorELSE✊🏽
  • Wow‼️💪🏾 Posted • @greater_is_he_thats_in_me Born to a former slave father and a free mother in Kentucky on June 25, 1889 John Morton-Finney joined the U.S. Army and became a member of the 24th Infantry Regiment, otherwise known as the Buffalo Soldiers when he was 22 he served in the Regiment from 1911-1914 and went to the Philippines, where he rose to the rank of sergeant and applied for an officer’s commission.After serving in the Philippines, Morton-Finney returned to the States in 1914 and completed a degree at Lincoln College in Missouri two years later. He started teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Missouri but when the US entered World War I, he slipped on his military uniform once more and fought for the American Expeditionary Force in France.He returned to the States after the war and earned degrees in math, French, and history. After getting married to Lincoln College teacher Pauline Ray, they relocated to Indianapolis, where Morton-Finney went back to teaching. He taught at several Indianapolis public schools and eventually ended up at the newly opened Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis.
    He was the first teacher hired when the school opened in 1927 and later became the head of the school’s foreign language department.
    This was after he had completed an IU master’s degree in education and French in 1925.
    In 1935, while teaching at Crispus Attucks, Morton-Finney earned the first of four law degrees. At 75, he earned the last of his several degrees from Butler University. He never got tired of learning as he believed education had no end. Even at the age of 100, he was still seen attending law school seminars as if he was a first-year student. The last surviving member of the Buffalo Soldiers passed away on January 28, 1998, at the age of 108.
    #johnmortonfinney
    #blackhistory
    #blacklawyers
    #africa
    Follow #Afri__Culture
    #blackandeducated
    #blackknowledge
    #blackhistoryfacts #blackqueen #blackpride #blackbusinesses #supportblackart #blackbusinessowner #blackeconomics #blackownedbusinesses #blackwoman #melaninonfleek #panafricanism #blackhistorymonth #blackgirlmagic
    #melaninmagic
    #africanlove
    #problack
    #USorELSE✊🏽

  •  1,623  29  6 February, 2020
  • Reposted from @iamdancebook Reposted from @theflywire Wow‼️💪🏾 Posted • @greater_is_he_thats_in_me Born to a former slave father and a free mother in Kentucky on June 25, 1889 John Morton-Finney joined the U.S. Army and became a member of the 24th Infantry Regiment, otherwise known as the Buffalo Soldiers when he was 22 he served in the Regiment from 1911-1914 and went to the Philippines, where he rose to the rank of sergeant and applied for an officer’s commission.After serving in the Philippines, Morton-Finney returned to the States in 1914 and completed a degree at Lincoln College in Missouri two years later. He started teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Missouri but when the US entered World War I, he slipped on his military uniform once more and fought for the American Expeditionary Force in France.He returned to the States after the war and earned degrees in math, French, and history. After getting married to Lincoln College teacher Pauline Ray, they relocated to Indianapolis, where Morton-Finney went back to teaching. He taught at several Indianapolis public schools and eventually ended up at the newly opened Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis.
He was the first teacher hired when the school opened in 1927 and later became the head of the school’s foreign language department.
This was after he had completed an IU master’s degree in education and French in 1925.
In 1935, while teaching at Crispus Attucks, Morton-Finney earned the first of four law degrees. At 75, he earned the last of his several degrees from Butler University. He never got tired of learning as he believed education had no end. Even at the age of 100, he was still seen attending law school seminars as if he was a first-year student. The last surviving member of the Buffalo Soldiers passed away on January 28, 1998, at the age of 108.
#johnmortonfinney 
#blackhistory
#blacklawyers
#africa
Follow #Afri__Culture 
#blackandeducated 
#blackknowledge 
#blackhistoryfacts #blackqueen #blackpride  #blackbusinesses #supportblackart #blackbusinessowner #blackeconomics #blackownedbusinesses #blackwoman #melaninonfleek #panafricanism #blackhistorymonth #blackgirlmagic
#melaninmagic
#africanl
  • Reposted from @iamdancebook Reposted from @theflywire Wow‼️💪🏾 Posted • @greater_is_he_thats_in_me Born to a former slave father and a free mother in Kentucky on June 25, 1889 John Morton-Finney joined the U.S. Army and became a member of the 24th Infantry Regiment, otherwise known as the Buffalo Soldiers when he was 22 he served in the Regiment from 1911-1914 and went to the Philippines, where he rose to the rank of sergeant and applied for an officer’s commission.After serving in the Philippines, Morton-Finney returned to the States in 1914 and completed a degree at Lincoln College in Missouri two years later. He started teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Missouri but when the US entered World War I, he slipped on his military uniform once more and fought for the American Expeditionary Force in France.He returned to the States after the war and earned degrees in math, French, and history. After getting married to Lincoln College teacher Pauline Ray, they relocated to Indianapolis, where Morton-Finney went back to teaching. He taught at several Indianapolis public schools and eventually ended up at the newly opened Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis.
    He was the first teacher hired when the school opened in 1927 and later became the head of the school’s foreign language department.
    This was after he had completed an IU master’s degree in education and French in 1925.
    In 1935, while teaching at Crispus Attucks, Morton-Finney earned the first of four law degrees. At 75, he earned the last of his several degrees from Butler University. He never got tired of learning as he believed education had no end. Even at the age of 100, he was still seen attending law school seminars as if he was a first-year student. The last surviving member of the Buffalo Soldiers passed away on January 28, 1998, at the age of 108.
    #johnmortonfinney
    #blackhistory
    #blacklawyers
    #africa
    Follow #Afri__Culture
    #blackandeducated
    #blackknowledge
    #blackhistoryfacts #blackqueen #blackpride #blackbusinesses #supportblackart #blackbusinessowner #blackeconomics #blackownedbusinesses #blackwoman #melaninonfleek #panafricanism #blackhistorymonth #blackgirlmagic
    #melaninmagic
    #africanl

  •  462  8  12 February, 2020