1. coolchicksfromhistory:

    Google Doodle celebrating the birthday of tennis player Althea Gibson (1927-2003).

    Althea broke the color barrier as the first black person to compete at Wimbledon and US Nationals (precursor to the US Open).  She won a total of 11 Grand Slam tournaments, including repeated wins at US Nationals and Wimbledon.

    (via diasporicroots)

  2. superseventies:

    Bob Marley in Kingston, 1976.

    (Source: pinterest.com)

  3. living-planet:

    Tassili n’Ajjer, Algeria [1782x1211] (unknown author)


  4. "Keep close to Nature’s heart. Break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean."
    — John Muir (via whats-out-there)

    (via spiritrealmer)

  5. tryllvester:




    Share it, could be yours

    They won’t take it because she’s of colour.

    Please reblog. Thanks. -TNYN

    Damn it’s been over a year

    (via tolodiusp)

  6. Win a copy of the Bespoke EP on limited edition vinyl from those cool cats at deeperthebeats.com

    Bespoke EP vinyl also available from emeson.bandcamp.com
    Downloads from iTunes, Amazon, Googleplay, CDBaby and more!

    #bespoke #vinyljunkie #vinyl #records

  7. Return of the Rude Boy Exhibition Pt3
    Somerset House, London.

  8. Return of the Rude Boy Exhibition Pt2
    Somerset House, London.

  9. Return of the Rude Boy Exhibition. Pt1
    Somerset House, London.

  10. Bespoke at the Rude boys Exhibition. Somerset House.

    #rudeboy #rudegirls #exhibition #bespoke #checkit