Tribal Beauty

🌳T R I B A L B E A U T Y🌳 ✨..and then, there was her. The most beautiful African Queen I had ever seen✨

Model | @designsbyk.y

MUA | @yess_gonzalez7 •

Photographer | @youngking1__ •

Custom Jewelry @takaibyangela •

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The Power of Print | Freedom Journal Flashback

Written by : Chywrites

Remembering the Freedom Journal, before history experienced change in African American rights, African Americans were only taught to be active followers instead of leaders. A series of events in history expresses the progress within the African American Culture, which highlights the most historical events that craft black history.

 

A case study covering Black and White Print, Cross Racial Strategies of Class Solidarity, and the Freedom Journal Identifies why print history was the biggest movement during 1827. The print movement with the Freedom Journal embraced african American Culture to utilize freedom of speech to their advantage and how those movements created cross-racial strategies of class protest.

 

The Freedom Journal was established in 1827, founded by John Russwurn and Samuel Cornish. The journal was designed as an outlet for African Americans to voice the views and opinions of the black community. The overall intent of the Freedom Journal was not to defend African American against the racial differences but to create a way to advocate issues under equality.

 

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As the Freedom Journal developed and built its foundation within the black community, the message behind the Journal became much greater, it then became a source of power to the black community, giving them hope to “plead our case” in the existence of the white community.

Pleading Our Case” became a movement developed through the Freedom Journal. It demanded equality in order to restore what had been stripped from the black community throughout history–it was the gateway to express African American views as well as exist in a community/world as an equal and not as animals. As the journal gained greater exposure, it began to define its distinctive voice by discussing the following subjects:

 

  • Nativism – a policy of favoring native inhabitants as opposed to immigrants: the revival or perpetuation of an indigenous culture especially in opposition to acculturation.
  • Sensationalism – the use of exciting or shocking stories or language at the exposure of accuracy, in order to provoke public interest or excitement.
  • Social Classes – is a group of people of similar status, commonly sharing comparable levels of power and wealth.
  • Racism – Prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior.

 

The points above created cross-racial strategies of class solidarity due to the fact the Freedom Journal discussed issues, which were avoided in other local newspapers.

 

“Black Newspapers differed from penny papers most visibly in content as they agitated explicitly for the end of chattel slavery, rigorously protested racial prejudice in all facets of daily life, and provided advice and encouragement for the racial uplift of their widely scattered brethren–identifying the middle-class values implicit in black newspapers’ pragmatic message of racial uplift.” (120 American Perodicals)

 

As the Freedom Journal gained its identity in the black community, the freedom to voice equality became more purposeful than expect.

Embracing the Strong Black Queen

Written by : Chywrites 

Strong can be defined as having the ability to handle any tasks mentally, physically and emotionally weighing you down.

A Black Woman is inevitably a STRONG BLACK QUEEN. She is the strength behind self-sustaining, teaching and protecting through the madness that society brings.

She is bold and She is fierce.

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Theme | B.History Free The Fro | Tribal

Model | @Ky_designs

MUA | @yess_gonzalez7

Photographer | Leon Behind The Lens

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I love my beautiful BLACK QUEENs 👑

Life is full of unfortunate situations, and it’s unfortunate that black people have been hated amongst the races.

Though times are progressing, we still have to fight for our respect ✊🏾 and stand tall against the INJUSTICE in America—we are BLACK and OUR LIVES DO MATTER ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾

I give it up to all my BLACK MOTHERS for protecting, teaching and guiding us along side of there KING!

Let’s shout BLACK POWER and embrace our STRONG BLACK QUEENS!

Admiring the Fro

Written by :Chywrites

Do you admire me?
See my beauty inside and outside of me.

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Theme | B. History Angelic Fro
Model | @melodyhendrixx
MUA |@melodyhendrixx
Photographer |Leon Behind The Lens

Dream of me, wish you could be with me, gaze into my eyes to feel the essence of my presence just to feel intertwined with me.

Not sexually, but mentally intertwined with me. I want you to admire and remember all of this natural beauty you see…

Just stay there, calmly, and admire me. ❤️

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Tribal Sista’s

✊🏾Tribal Sisters ✊🏾

“Be who you are, and love those like you” -Still Young Magazine

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Theme | B. History Free The Fro | Tribal Sisters

Models | @ky_achuba @idonisha_

MUA | @yess_gonzalez7 @antoinette_faces
Photographer | @youngking1__
Custom Jewelry | @takaibyangela @angelatometti

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Beauty of the Fro

Written by : Chywrites

Beauty is patient. Beauty takes time. My beauty is unmeasured, there’s no beauty like mine.

A black woman, naturally, is a work of art. Her curves and distinct features separates her beauty from any other. Their full lips, curvy hips, radiant skin and kinky, curly or coiled hair texture is everything unique about a black woman in her skin.

Theme | B History Free The Fro Angelic Fro

Model | @eugiek13

MuA | @antionette_faces

Photographer | Leon Behind the Lens.

No need to hide and despise my skin, my natural African Beauty is the always a constant win! What better skin then the kind I’m in!

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Free The Fro

✊🏾FREE THE FRO✊🏾

Still Young Magazine Volume2 Collaborative Shoot

Theme | Free The Fro

Models | @moon_chase @eugiek13 @melodyhendrixx @vinzente_tayla

Extra | Editor-in-Chief, Chywrites

MUAs | @piinkyb__ @antionette_faces

Photographer | Leon Behind The Lens

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