- Wednesday, August 20th

ginye80:

Uzo Aduba wins an emmy for outstanding guest in a comedy serie for Orange is the new black.




- Wednesday, August 20th
Anonymous asked:
Why does it seem like you believe certain behaviors, items, or whatever only belong to only a certain group of people? Or that it is forbidden for other races to adopt these rituals and use them as well to experience a different culture? Like it rude if a white person uses an afro pick because that's only for blacks (just an example). Maybe this isn't true, but reading your blog that's what I'm picking up. Trying to understand your logic.


Santoine: “rituals” “trying to understand [our] logic”

it’s a real shame and disrespectful that you sent us these two asks when the answers are all over our blog. did you even bother to read our ask policy or did you ignore it? 

2 days ago - 10 notes
#anon



- Tuesday, August 19th

mpmoralesno:

Behind the scenes sneak peek of of with his Emmy!




- Tuesday, August 19th

Uzo Aduba attends the 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards 




- Tuesday, August 19th

mishguo:

YES!




- Monday, August 18th
3 days ago - 36,892 notes
#ARDEN cho



- Monday, August 18th

browngirls4bindis:

Rinyielü Lizo by The Tetseo Sisters

The Tetseo Sisters Mütsevelü (Mercy), Azine (Azi), Kuvelü (Kuku) and Alüne (Lulu) live in Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, and belong to the Chakhesang Naga tribe, one of the major Naga tribes. They sing in Chokri, the dialect of the region around Phek.




- Monday, August 18th



- Sunday, August 17th

classicladiesofcolor:

Actress Miko Mayama was born on August 15, 1939.

She had roles on such television programs as I Spy (1965), F Troop (1967), Star Trek (1967), It Takes A Thief (1968), Hawaii 5-0 (1972), and M*A*S*H (1979).

4 days ago - 56 notes
#Miko Mayama #Actress



- Sunday, August 17th

surprisebitch:

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5 days ago - 107,634 notes
#LOL #gif warning