From the submission box.
This is how you start a morning.
Thank you, and dem legs!
BLACK HISTORY MONTH MAGAZINES: THE CRISIS
The Crisis was founded in 1910 by W.E.B. DuBois as the magazine of the NAACP. Within nine years it reached a circulation of 100,000. It was an important venue in its early days for African American authors, including Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, and Jessie Fauset. A complete set of issues from 1910-22 is available at The Modern Journals Project, where many of these covers came from.
Looks like im startin somethin in a few months
Man, the revolution will be broadcast from your smartphone.
Every woman deserves to be lifted up on someone’s shoulders while they get their cupcake eaten. If you can’t lift her up, use the wall for support. If you don’t have health insurance… forget I said any of this.
Yet no matter what happens they’ll never do this with male models
It’s like. Fake and photoshopped vs real beauty.
Love this! Special shout outs to Ms lady on the far right of the bottom row…
My Nigeria So Far
Snippets of finally living back home after 9 years. Captured among family and friends between Lagos, Aba and Umuahia. There’s the heat, the traffic and no electricity, but all that fades for the better moments- Yagazie Emezi
Julia Hamilton photographed by Cameron Davis
I’m a sucker for cheekbones and dark eyes