1. “He saved me in every way that a person can be saved.”

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  2. tiaraloveskandlupita:

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    glitterandmetal-yt-da:

    youngblackandvegan:

    kawaiiflowerchild:

    Michaela DePrince 

    Why is this important? i see a girl doing ballet, stop outlining difference, its important we just admire the skills, and afore mentioned ellegance

    First of all shut the fuck up and have several seats 

    and heres why in Michaela’s own words what she had to go through beig BLACK and still goes through

    When she was around 8 and rehearsing for The Nutcracker, just a few days before the performance she was told, “I’m sorry, you can’t do it. America’s not ready for a black girl ballerina.”

    For Michaela, “to say this to an 8-year-old is just devastating. It was terrible.”

    When she was 9, a teacher told her mother: “I don’t like to put money into black dancers because they grow up and end up having big boobs and big hips.”

    The dancer looked down at her petite figure and protested, “I don’t have boobs. I don’t get it.”

    Instead of getting her down, “It makes me more determined,” she said. “Because I’ve been through so much, I know now that I can make it and I can help other kids who have been in really bad situations realize that they can make it too.”

    This is why it is important, for little Black girls to see a black ballerina made it despite being discriminated against because of her skin color!!! 

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  3. Inspiring Woman, Nominated by Elisabeth Moss: Katharine Hepburn, Actress (1907-2003)

    Because, in addition to being an incredible actress and a beautiful woman, she was career-savvy: After starring in the play of The Philadelphia Story, she bought the movie rights and sold them to MGM on the condition that she star in the film—a pretty ballsy move. I think any actress today who is producing or doing her own projects owes being able to do that to Katharine Hepburn. She had an amazing ability to remain herself completely and not compromise on who she was, what she wore, or what she believed. It takes a lot of courage not to change when people ask you to be different, and all women can relate to that.

    —Elisabeth Moss plays Peggy Olson on Mad Men (x)

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  6. The colors of Gone With the Wind

    Now I know what colours to use to decorate my house :P 

     
  7. I wanna get in the zone! 

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  8. CANNOT WAIT!!! 

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  9. netscapeme:

    wander1ustt:

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    merspers:

    tumboner:

    leoreturns:

    I have been waiting all year to post this.

    omg

    This has been in my queue for months.

    I missed it last year and I vowed that would NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.

    YES

    omg i didnt reblog this last year!

    the question

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    cheryl

    THAT IS SO TRUE! 

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  10. Me in a nutshell :S 

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