From the night in her skin to kink of her hair
The sun in her smile to the stars in those eyes
I know that Melanin is beautiful
The beauty that glows through her
blood like magic
Her melanin drips like honey
Can you imagine a voice so sweet you could taste the diabetes
Can you imagine how the tears of this woman will make rivers
You will find the souls of her sons floating in
Dreams of haunting, of prey, of white of guns of nose,
nose is tight like she is tight like a nose
This kind of melanin
This kind of woman
Makes the worst days worth living for
Makes trying to live some of the worst days
But this type of melanin is strong
Even when the pavement of her heart starts to crack under oppression
She will still bleed love, hope, smiles, and laughter
she will bleed the bloodshed of her father’s death
She will ache the pain of the weight her mother carried on her black
Because of this I know that melanin is beautiful
Is pain, is sorrow, is love, is her
She is love
She is what made melanin so damn beautiful.
Poem by D’Nessa McDaniel
Great video of the gorgeous Aliya Will. Aliya is the personification of black beauty. She has the beauty of an ancient goddess. She is a gorgeous Jamacian beauty,who can be found on Youtube,Twitter and Instagram. She has over 48,000 followers on Instagram. She also has her own blog. Keep an eye out for this beauty!
Ama K. Abebrese was born May 3, 1980. She is an award-winning British Ghanaian actress, television presenter and producer. She was born in Ghana and raised in West London in the United Kingdom. She won the 2011 Best Actress in a Leading Role at the AMAA Awards for her stellar performance in Sinking Sands. Her film credits includes the Netflix movie Beasts of No Nation directed by Cary Fukunaga and stars Idris Elba. She plays the mother to lead young actor Abraham Attah who plays Agu. Abebrese is listed among Africa’s Top 20 Actors and Actresses by FilmContacts.com. She was named among C Hub magazine’s 100 most influential African Women Influencers’ of the era 2014/15. She was ranked the Number 1 Most Influential TV and Radio Host 2015 on the Ghana Social Media Rankings List.
Abebrese started her training at YCTV (Youth Culture Television) in London, an organization started by Sabrina Guinness on the TV show Challenge Anneka. She was a presenter on BBC2 youth show Pass da Mic and a guest presenter on the English File educational series. She developed a love for acting after joining the Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith) Summer Company as a youth. Abebrese was a regular TV presenter on the now defunct OBE TV in London, hosting and producing on a number of shows including One Touch, and the entertainment chat show On The Sofa, where guests she has interviewed range from Akon to Ziggy Marley. She has interviewed the likes of Harrison Ford, Ne-Yo, Rihanna, and Star Wars director George Lucas among notable others.
Her film credits include the international multiple award-winning film Sinking Sands, directed by 2011 BAFTA LA and Pan African Film Festival prize winner Leila Djansi. The film received 12 nominations at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards, including “Best Actress in a Leading Role”, the film won four awards, including “Best Film”. Others film credits are Revele film’s Elmina and London Get Problem. She starred and co-produced the movie Double-Cross, which won two awards for “Best Cinematography” and “Best Hair and Make Up” at the 2015 Ghana Movie Awards.
She is the former Head of Own Productions at Viasat 1 television station in Ghana.She was the host of A Day in the Life TV show which aired on Viasat 1; she co hosted New Day on TV3 weekday mornings.In 2013, Abebrese alongside Nollywood actress Dakore and comedian Ayo Makun hosted the 2013 edition of the AMAA Awards.
Angel Johnson is a beautiful upcoming model. Native to the infamous Houston, Texas, Angel Johnson is a freelance model and hair influencer with an eclectic soul and an ambition to diversify the modeling industry while grasping any beneficial business endeavor that may come her way. When she’s not posing or getting her hustle on, Angel is an active member in her community, helping the homeless and cleaning up, and making sure her fellow black girls are represented in a positive light.
Here’s an interview she conducted recently:
In EVERY culture the mother is sacred; the “civilizer” of her culture, community, children, and society.
The black female is the CREATOR of all authentically black life. She is the FIRST TEACHER and her primary responsibility is to “civilize” the children by passing along the values and traditions of her culture to the next generation. The way the female sees herself will determine the way her offspring ultimately SEES, VALUES, and RESPECTS THEMSELVES.
When the white media degrades the black female’s physical features and moral character, they are DELIBERATELY devastating the self-esteem of the products of her WOMB: little black girls and boys who will one day grow up to be low-self-esteemed black men and women.
If the “Mother” of a nation is a worthless whore how can the products of her womb (her children) have any value?
Once the BLACK MOTHER (the black female) is so degraded and demoralized that she becomes “uncivilized,” she will not be able to civilize anyone else. As a result, her children, her men, her community, and the ENTIRE BLACK NATION will become demoralized, self-hating, self-disrespecting, and UNCIVILIZED. This lays the foundation for a ‘Manufactured Black Inferiority Complex’ that will last a lifetime.
Until blacks collectively understand the importance of protecting the IMAGE of the Black Mother of our Black Nation, we will continue reaping one damaged black generation after another.