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J.D. Okhai Ojeikere - Coeval Magazine

The black woman’s inferior position in today’s society is iterated in Sojourner Truth’s speech and again in bell hook’s book of the same phrase.

vintage everyday: Afro: The Popular Hairstyle of African-American People in the Late 1960s and '70s

vintage everyday: Afro: The Popular Hairstyle of African-American People in the Late 1960s and '70s

Ronnie Bennett (later Ronnie Spector) | 60 Iconic Women Who Prove Style Peaked In The '60s

60 Iconic Women Who Prove Style Peaked In The '60s

The Impact of The 'Fro In The Civil Rights Movement The afro is more than just a hairstyle, it was an incredibly powerful symbol of the civil rights movement.

The Impact of The 'Fro In The Civil Rights Movement

36 More Stunning Photos of Black Women in the Victorian Era

36 More Stunning Photos of Black Women in the Victorian Era

“But there weren't any black people back then!” When people of color are erased from images of historical eras, some folks have any number of excuses. These stunning Victorian photos blow those excuses away.

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