The Brethren

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Mandi Hasdell

Post your favorite (black & white) Prince Photos...

Ive always loved black and white images and I know there are some really neat ones of "P". I would just love to see all the ones you might have... I"m gonna post some of my favorites... OK anybody got any different ones....

I know, right?: Women in Jazz: Lena Horne

Women in Jazz: Lena Horne

Fans saw Lena Horne as a heart-breakingly gorgeous movie star with an apple-pie smile and voice made of silk. Behind-the-scenes, co-stars and friends saw Lena as cold, calculated, and broken. The world saw her as black. Struggling for success during a civil rights revolution, it's no wonder there were many sides to the troubled jazz singer from Brooklyn. Lena was born in 1917 into a middle-class family, who taught her never to tolerate racism and always act like a dignified lady. When she…

Melanesian children of the Solomon Islands

A Glamtastic Flashback: The Legendary Roberta Flack

♛Divalocity♛

A Place Where Beauty & Culture Collide... While Celebrating The Beauty & Style of The African Diaspora & More

THE MELANESIAN (AFRICANS) OF SOLOMON ISLANDS: THE WORLD`S ONLY BLACK BLONDES

THE MELANESIAN (AFRICANS) OF SOLOMON ISLANDS: THE WORLD`S ONLY BLACK BLONDES

Modern evidence, including DNA analysis confirms the opinion that modern man, in the form of Homo sapiens, first came out of Africa as early as 200,0…

Diana Sands

Harlem in Color

Carl Van Vechten, featured in this week’s issue, photographed African-American cultural luminaries including James Baldwin and Zora Neale Hurston.