A Nubian Displaced Woman

dynastylnoire:

rs620:

tulsi-tea:

this looks so good but it’s literally just thumtacks glued on backwards and eyeshadow

yoo the bone structure tho

his everything

يا الهي 

dynastylnoire:

rs620:

tulsi-tea:

this looks so good but it’s literally just thumtacks glued on backwards and eyeshadow

yoo the bone structure tho

his everything

يا الهي 

(Source: treyat)

dynamicafrica:

mazeljohn:

Mazel John is launching on May 5th.

Love this lookbook!

cutfromadiffcloth:

Brand: Kaela Kay

Designer: Catherine Addai

S/S 2014 Collection

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keltamasheq:

Tombouctou, Mali
photo by Brent Stirton


عن المزازة حدثوني …الغرب الافريقي :)

keltamasheq:

Tombouctou, Mali

photo by Brent Stirton

عن المزازة حدثوني …الغرب الافريقي :)

(via ourafrica)

globalvoices:

While the government continues its witch-hunt, curtailing the freedoms of activists and critics, the lives of officials and their families remain untouched by everyday human rights violations in Azerbaijan.
“Bring the Bottle”: Youth Activists Behind Bars in Azerbaijan

globalvoices:

While the government continues its witch-hunt, curtailing the freedoms of activists and critics, the lives of officials and their families remain untouched by everyday human rights violations in Azerbaijan.

“Bring the Bottle”: Youth Activists Behind Bars in Azerbaijan

somaliwomen:

Dr Asha Omar, a veteran Somali gynecologist visited Baidoa’s AMISOM hospital to offer her medical expertise in reproductive health. Dr Asha provided antenatal care including hi-tech CT scan services for expectant mothers as well as offered free gynecological consultation, treatment and checkups. Women in Baidoa often have to travel as far as Galkayo or Mogadishu to receive treatment in this feild

somaliwomen:

Dr Asha Omar, a veteran Somali gynecologist visited Baidoa’s AMISOM hospital to offer her medical expertise in reproductive health. Dr Asha provided antenatal care including hi-tech CT scan services for expectant mothers as well as offered free gynecological consultation, treatment and checkups. Women in Baidoa often have to travel as far as Galkayo or Mogadishu to receive treatment in this feild

(via africaisdonesuffering)