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Hardly home but always reppin / bring back our girls

Happy Monday y’all! As I mentioned earlier, I just came back from Nigeria so I wanted to share some of the photos I took with y’all, especially since Nigeria has been in the news these past couple of weeks. The girls were taken when I was actually in Nigeria, and it really breaks my heart to see that it’s taken this long for this issue to gain international attention. Hopefully, somehow, someway, progress is made. If this issue intrigues and you do want to help I encourage you to take this opportunity to research and learn about Nigerian history and how the country is operating today. In a recent article Chimamanda Adichie states “Many of Nigeria’s present problems are, arguably, consequences of an ahistorical culture.” Unfortunately, there is an emphasis on learning European history and barely anything on African history, so we gotta do our own research to become learned on the subject at hand. We must continue to hope and pray that something positive with come out of this. But, as they say, “Faith without works is dead.” Let’s do what we can to take action.  On the positive note, its been great to see so many people who are concerned about this issue and who are eager to help #BringBackOurGirls.

So first, here are a couple some photos from a rally I attended this weekend. Any and all efforts are appreciated.    (WARNING: SUPER PHOTO HEAVY POST)

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Beasts of the southern wild


I wore this on my last full day in NOLA. I’m sure I’ve said this before but I really love remixing vintage African pieces with different styles to re-create more modern looks. These shorts were originally men’s shorts that my mother would sell in the early 90s. I’ve got em in white too. I like how comfy and cute they are, especially with the kente detail.

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