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Nina Simone, une voix se lève

February 21 American singer, activist Nina Simone born, Tyrone, North Carolina, U.

NINA SIMONE- Singer/musician and black activist

NINA SIMONE- Singer/musician and black activist JR: ugh, I love her, such brilliance and such pain - oh lord please don't let me be misunderstood

Nina "I Ain't Foolin'" #Simone ... could always glare - it got her in Carnegie hall ... through the FRONT door  #GetYourGlareOn

Nina Simone February 1933 – April 2003 Legendary jazz singer, songwriter, pianist and civil rights activist Eunice Kathleen Waymon, better known by her adopted stage name "Nina Simone," was.

For my Spare bedroom AKA my reading room .Portrait of Nina Simone to inspire those to seek and fight for freedom. Painted by yours truly and reproduced on high quality art paper with my Epson Printer. (your print is going to be so crisp and b

Nina Simone--Print

Nina Simone.

"Young Black &Gold" a record inspired by dropping within days. Ep on deck.artwork composed by Adam Hernandez

Nina Simone in the 1960s. Just put two of her songs on my iPod. Biddy Craft

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Nina Simone by Pittsburgh photography icon Charles “Teenie” Harris, circa Two of my favorite icons.

1967 - Nina Simone Newport Jazz Festival The Cut


Nina Simone (February 1933 – April American singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and civil rights activist

Happy 80th Birthday, Nina Simone: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer

Happy 80th Birthday, Nina Simone: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer

timelightbox: Photograph by ©Alfred Wertheimer Pictured: A reflection of Nina Simone in a motel room mirror in Buffalo, New York. December See more of Wertheimer’s portraits of the singer, songwriter and civil rights activist here on LightBox.

Nina Simone. Say what you will about her & her parenting, her personality, her gender, her; this woman made me see something amazing when she sang. Her voice is a blessing & I'm glad I can play her cds & feel it. Truly feel it.

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Nina Simone: Singer, civil rights activist and baadddaasss style icon.

1968 - Nina Simone - The Cut


Nina Simone---She earned the moniker ‘High Priestess of Soul’ for she could weave a spell so seductive and hypnotic that the listener lost track of time and space as they became absorbed in the moment.

In What Happened, Miss Simone? we see audio interviews recorded over three decades in which Nina Simone discusses her life story (Film still from the movie What Happened to Miss Simone/downloaded from Imagenet/Photographer Alfred Wertheimer)

Marlon Brando and Nina Simone tell their life stories in two new documentaries

totally recommend the nina simone documentary on netflix. (not to mention her glam mod makeup!