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27 Photos of the Overwhelming Black Woman Beauty at the AfroPunk Festival | Black Girl with Long Hair:

27 Photos of the Overwhelming Black Woman Beauty at the AfroPunk Festival | Black Girl with Long Hair:

Yesterday actress Taraji P. Henson posted a meme on her instagram account that celebrated the beauty of Black women. When a non-Black commentor criticized her on choosing to celebrate the beauty of just Black women as opposed to recognizing that all women of all races are beautiful, she snapped back unapologetically. All women of all races don't need to be reminded that they're beautiful as our beauty industry and dating preferences works real hard to ensure that only certain races of women…

Yesterday actress Taraji P. Henson posted a meme on her instagram account that celebrated the beauty of Black women. When a non-Black commentor criticized her on choosing to celebrate the beauty of just Black women as opposed to recognizing that all women of all races are beautiful, she snapped back unapologetically. All women of all races don't need to be reminded that they're beautiful as our beauty industry and dating preferences works real hard to ensure that only certain races of women…

Group of Black Women | ... , who could forget the illustrious and beautiful girls of En Vogue

Group of Black Women | ... , who could forget the illustrious and beautiful girls of En Vogue

excusemypassion:  damionkare:  Fort Greene, Brooklyn https://www.facebook.com/pages/Beauty-of-the-Black-Woman/1400572206821692

excusemypassion: damionkare: Fort Greene, Brooklyn https://www.facebook.com/pages/Beauty-of-the-Black-Woman/1400572206821692

This albumin print of a young Afro-Peruvian woman is in the Library of Congress and was taken in front of a painted landscape in a photo studio in Lima, Peru in 1868 by Courret Brothers, Photographers (Courret Hermanos Fotogs).  The woman’s name was unfortunately not identified but her occupation as an “Incense Burner" was provided.

This albumin print of a young Afro-Peruvian woman is in the Library of Congress and was taken in front of a painted landscape in a photo studio in Lima, Peru in 1868 by Courret Brothers, Photographers (Courret Hermanos Fotogs). The woman’s name was unfortunately not identified but her occupation as an “Incense Burner" was provided.

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