chifladazine:

No Siento Verguenza by Siena Edwards

Before I started elementary school, my half Cuban, half Colombian mother would speak to me and my older brother in Spanish. My father spoke to us in English, which was a great balance for us kids growing up. As far as I was concerned, every kid spoke a second language and Spanish was just a language people spoke everywhere. To me, these Spanish words had no implications or cultural significance. They were just words. The salsa my mother played as she cleaned the house was just music, and I loved it…. Read the rest on CHIFLADA
immigrantgirls:

hey! i finally made a new ezine after a century. it’s not long but i feel like ive talked/written too much. i wrote abt dismantling and rebuilding, my thoughts on creating, loving, shedding, work spaces, journaling, and also black girls in creative spaces. i wish i could write longer on these topics but i dont like to keep my ezines long, oops. i hope someone is inspired/helped by this. luv u guys!
here it is!
immigrantgirls:

hey! i finally made a new ezine after a century. it’s not long but i feel like ive talked/written too much. i wrote abt dismantling and rebuilding, my thoughts on creating, loving, shedding, work spaces, journaling, and also black girls in creative spaces. i wish i could write longer on these topics but i dont like to keep my ezines long, oops. i hope someone is inspired/helped by this. luv u guys!
here it is!
immigrantgirls:

hey! i finally made a new ezine after a century. it’s not long but i feel like ive talked/written too much. i wrote abt dismantling and rebuilding, my thoughts on creating, loving, shedding, work spaces, journaling, and also black girls in creative spaces. i wish i could write longer on these topics but i dont like to keep my ezines long, oops. i hope someone is inspired/helped by this. luv u guys!
here it is!
immigrantgirls:

hey! i finally made a new ezine after a century. it’s not long but i feel like ive talked/written too much. i wrote abt dismantling and rebuilding, my thoughts on creating, loving, shedding, work spaces, journaling, and also black girls in creative spaces. i wish i could write longer on these topics but i dont like to keep my ezines long, oops. i hope someone is inspired/helped by this. luv u guys!
here it is!
immigrantgirls:

hey! i finally made a new ezine after a century. it’s not long but i feel like ive talked/written too much. i wrote abt dismantling and rebuilding, my thoughts on creating, loving, shedding, work spaces, journaling, and also black girls in creative spaces. i wish i could write longer on these topics but i dont like to keep my ezines long, oops. i hope someone is inspired/helped by this. luv u guys!
here it is!
8/29/14, stick it out. by victoria
creaturesofcomfort:

Ladies First by Vie Marshall, HHC (1990)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
via: babylonfalling
creaturesofcomfort:

Ladies First by Vie Marshall, HHC (1990)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
via: babylonfalling
creaturesofcomfort:

Ladies First by Vie Marshall, HHC (1990)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
via: babylonfalling
creaturesofcomfort:

Ladies First by Vie Marshall, HHC (1990)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
via: babylonfalling
creaturesofcomfort:

Ladies First by Vie Marshall, HHC (1990)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
via: babylonfalling
mmatangi:

this was my first time meetin her

Today is National Remind Your Fellow White Feminists That the 19th Amendment Only Gave White Women the Right to Vote Day

(via immigrantgirls)

lesorangesbleues:

DEAR CITIZENS
You know Les Oranges Bleues has the September issue of the zine coming up and that issue needs to be powerful. You cannot leave us hanging on with this. It is important that people participate and that we all share what it FEELS to CREATE in the world TODAY. This zine is important to analyze what is making us want to create and what stops us, how our generation is seen by others and by itself, to figure out where we’re going in terms of creation and in terms of being humans in the world today. 
I’m moving the deadline to SEPTEMBER THE 3RD but I am not going to move it again. Please participate and please share.
Courage and strength for the ones that have just started classes/job again or are about to.