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afro-dominican men showing off their bachata skills in the street, each showcasing different styles

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Sadly the tumblr staff felt that my Amara La Negra appreciation post(which proudly received over 7,000 notes)  needed to be deleted & I don’t know why:( …. Well here’s a new one,enjoy(:

hi yes remember me???????? i’m back with a list of black females who need more resources so y’all can stop using gross ppl like selena gomez and the hadid sisters. step ur fucking female game up.

  • lauren london — HONESTLY? yall are disrespectful for this woman having absolutely NO resources.
  • cassie ventura — AGAIN!!!! both of these women just starred in a movie in march of 2016. c’mon, now.
  • dascha polanco — AGAIN, THEY ALL THREE STARRED IN THE PERFECT MATCH. also, dascha is afro-dominican. win-win.
  • yaya dacosta — i feel like she has no resources. i’m mad about it. are you?
  • laverne cox — MORE REPRESENTATION 2017
  • solange knowles — i’m…….disgusted. offended. where are the solange resources after all this woman has done for us.
  • janelle monae — THIS WOMAN HAS BEEN IN TWO AWARD WINNING FILMS SHUT UP
  • samira wiley — hello??????/
  • danielle brooks — my queen. my everything. shut up.
  • uzo aduba — MY LIFE.
  • taraji p. henson — QUEEN TARAJI NEEDS MORE RESOURCES THANKS SO MUCH
  • octavia spencer — i genuinely would like to see more octavias out here.
  • keke palmer — she does have resources, but not enough.
  • logan browning — did we………did we forget about dear logan?
  • vanessa morgan — YALL BEEN SLEEPING ON VANESSA FOR YEARS AND ITS TIME YALL STOPPED.
  • raye boyce — a make up artist. a queen.
  • anaya roderick/theanayal8ter — not only did she have vine videos, but she has a whole ass youtube channel. stop playing with me.
  • joan smalls — a woman.
  • jourdan dunn — another amazing woman.
  • jasmine tookes — more woman. fucc a k*ndall!!!
  • maria borges — A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WHO IS AMAZING
  • chanel iman — ARE YALL EVEN TRYING AT THIS POINT G????
  • miracle watts — i can assure yall, resources can be made for this woman.
  • yaris sanchez — want a model who is also an Art Queen? use yaris!
  • sza — its a shame that yall are ignoring wonderful women in favor of trAsh!
  • candice patton — i dont really see resources for her. hm. wonder why.
  • kylie bunbury — SHE IS LITERALLY SO BEAUTIFUL PLS.
  • nicole beharie — again……..yall zont even look.
  • simone missick — yall truly dont look.
  • tae heckard — i feel like yall forgot about this gem.
  • sherise cromwell/th*inkreese  — she is mixed with black, and also has the videos for resources.
  • mila j — we remember jhene, but not mila. tragic.
  • kali uchis — shes not black but she needs resources, i just wanted to slide that in here real quick. thanks, b.

and i’m missing PLENTY more women, rest assured. but like i said, i’m so??? sick of seeing the same fucking face claims that yall use as your ugly ass tokens when theres a sea full of beautiful and amazingly underused women with not a single goddamned resource on this damn hell site. yall yelp for diversity all this other shit but never wanna actually put forth any effort. step it up 2017, folks!!!

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Happy TDOV! I’m here, look at me!
Ok but seriously, I’m really proud to keep coming into my shifting identities and all the ways they intersect. I am so lucky to be able to be out and visible everyday, and I’m very thankful for that.
So yeah, this is me
In all my trans, latinx, black, white, mixed, neurodivergent, queer, fat, glory.
they/them or ce/cir/cirs
<3

medium.com
The Afro-Latino Experience: Where Information and Acceptance Come Together
When Dania Peguero, a 41-year-old Afro-Dominican raised in Providence, RI speaks in Spanish, some people are puzzled. Her dark skin and…
By Adriana Falero

When Dania Peguero, a 41-year-old Afro-Dominican raised in Providence, RI speaks in Spanish, some people are puzzled. Her dark skin and coarse hair are associated by some with being African-American, while her fluent Spanish and Dominican surname point that she is Latina.

After physically meeting someone she talked to on the phone for years, Peguero was told: “I thought you were Hispanic because of your name.” She skipped the history lesson she usually gives to the people surprised to find out she is Latina and simply responded: “I am.”

“People can’t just go by what mainstream media is telling them about what a Latino looks like.” Peguero said. “That’s not a good representation of who we really are. The richness of our diversity as Latinos is what makes us great. We all have something to offer.”

She and her sister Vilma Peguero founded Black Latina Negra Bella (BLNB) to empower Afro-Latinas. The company aims to educate the public on the meaning of Afro-Latindad and celebrate the diversity of all Latinos.

Ok guys

Now hear me out I have this new great HC and everyone should know:

Korean - Brazilian Keith

Now stay with me

Because Brazil has the largest korean population outside the united states and Asia

It also has one of the Largest Korea towns in the world

This would go great with the Japanese Brazilian Shiro headcanon that was going around

Like they met in Brazil and speak portuguese in garrison with eachother

Lance attempts to speak spanish to them but????

Also as a bonus Venezuelan Jewish Pidge
AFRO LATINA ALLURA FROM DOMINICAN REPUBLIC and Nicaraguan Samoan Hunk ( seems unlikely but my cousin married someone who was Nicaraguan Samoan)


You are welcome

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Mi Abuelita, mi Granma.

Abuelita grew up in a world and time period where anti-blackness was not only a norm, but a standard. A society that owed most of its cultural traditions to our African ancestors, and yet through globalized and institutionalized forms of antiblackness, people like her, people who looked like her, were never to be valued. These beliefs were reminded to her daily as she was the oldest, and darkest daughter to a white-passing mother (who more likely than not also has African ancestry) and a Dark-Skinned father.

Her mother reminded her every day that a little black girl was never beautiful, but the lighter skinned sisters were indeed more beautiful.


Mi abuelita is a true example of what they were talking about with the phrase, “Women Warriors of the Afro-Latina diaspora” a woman who escaped political oppression, overcame racialized sexism, immigration and migration to and from several different countries, deportations, all to sacrifice herself for her children. Heck, she even chose to sneak onto a boat to Puerto Rico while she was pregnant with my mom with the hopes of giving my mother more opportunities.

Today, Abuelita is the matriarch of a line of people she continues to love and cherish, who constantly enforces good ol’ Dominican values and Afro-Dominican cultural traditions, while also challenging the anti-black leanings of her mother, who my grandmother takes full care of today as her mother suffers from late stages of Alzheimer’s.

I dedicate today’s Blackout to my Abuelita! 🇩🇴