Ah yes, take me to the D
23. I do. I love listening to music when I need to get away.
50. I’m having a really hard time with this. I think parents I get along with.
66. I want to say no but it’s happened before. I try not to think like that anymore though.
Hey, sorry I'm a bit late but I hope you have a wonderful week <3
Thank you! I hope you have a wonderful week as well! :) <3
Black American Family, Circa 1900
Look at how the matriarch is serving so much face.
Did you know that pregnant women have been fired for using the bathroom to vomit, needing to carry a water bottle on the job, or asking to sit on a stool instead of standing in place all day? While employers have to make allowances like these for other types of temporary disabilities, a number of bad court decisions have encouraged them to feel they can get away with firing or mistreating pregnant workers with impunity.
It’s disgraceful and unacceptable that at a time when unnecessary budget cuts are decimating food, medical, and educational supports for low-income families, pregnant women continue to be pushed out of their jobs just as they take on all the expenses of having a new baby.
Read more about the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
and take action by contacting your congressperson.
This is unacceptable. Pregnant workers need more protection. With a child coming up they need employment more than ever. Please contact your rep.
straight like that. #repost @diorandjordans
Toyin Alonge, a beautiful bride on her wedding day #photog #wedding
team “i wore this yesterday but i’m going to a different place so it doesn’t matter”
Gabourey Sidibe (via coffeeurlgirl)
Jane M. Bolin was the first Black woman graduate of Yale Law School and the first Black woman in the United States to become a judge. She is pictured here in July 1939, shortly after her appointment by New York City mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia, which made news all over the world. Judge Bolin retired in 1979 after 40 years as a judge - but only because she had reached the mandatory retirement age of 70. She died at age 98 in 2007.
I thought I would share Judge Bolin again since the post I wrote last year is floating around Pinterest… ;)
Dance Theatre Of Harlem
(image from their facebook page)