Generation-NU

This isn't a movement of politics or drugs.

We're neither hippies nor beatniks.

NeverUnderestimate us.

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@textgramofficial #thepastisthepast #mentalFullwithAComeUp #byelance #byefelicia

Had to do a lil correction cuz yall aint my problem. Lol View high resolution

Had to do a lil correction cuz yall aint my problem. Lol

Hey get some trash bags.. #GoodMorning View high resolution

Hey get some trash bags.. #GoodMorning

I hate missing money. #fedup View high resolution

I hate missing money. #fedup

madewithcode:

Code the world you want to see
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madewithcode:

Code the world you want to see

Things you love are made with code - from music, to fashion to robots. If you’re curious visit www.madewithcode.com

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starry-eyed-wolfchild:

The Braided Rapunzels of Africa

The hairstyle currently making you do a double-take is known as Eembuvi Braids, worn by women of the Mbalantu tribes from the Namibia. It’s a style that requires preparation from a young age, usually around twelve years old, when Mbalantu girls use thick layers of finely ground tree bark and oils– a mixture that is said to be the secret to growing their hair to such lengths.
The girls will live with this thick fat-mixture on their scalp for several years before it’s loosened and the hair becomes visible. It will then be braided and styled into various gravity-defying headresses throughout their life.

(Source: messynessychic.com, via black-culture)

bobbycaputo:

Wally McNamee on Photographing JFK Throughout His Presidency

This incredible interview above is with photographer Wally McNamee, a retired Newsweek Senior Photographer and four-time winner of the White House Photographer of the Year. Put together by Bertrand Guez, McNamee shares his experience photographing the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, throughout his years of service at the White House.

Speaking of the humanistic aspect of Kennedy, McNamee spoke to the fact that Kennedy was one of the most photographic presidents, comfortable around any and all cameras. From unguarded family moments to the most formal of events, he seemed comfortable with flashbulbs going off and the sound of shutters ringing in from every direction.

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