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Elizabeth Koke
fyeahwomenartists:

Lena C. Emery"Practice" – A feature on Nude Yoga for the Spring/Summer 2014 Issue of The Gentlewoman

fyeahwomenartists:

Lena C. Emery
"Practice" – A feature on Nude Yoga for the Spring/Summer 2014 Issue of The Gentlewoman

tedkerr:

New Postcards I have created. Let me know if you want some.

kerr.theodore@gmail.com

vintageblackglamour:

Nina Simone would have turned 80 years old today. Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon in Tryon, N.C., she changed her name to Nina Simone (“Nina” meaning “little one” and “Simone” after the actress Simone Signoret) after she began singing in bars early in her career, something her Methodist minister mother none too subtly referred to as “working in the fires of hell.” This photo I am sharing today is my favorite of Ms. Simone, a stunning shot by Pittsburgh photography icon Charles “Teenie” Harris, circa 1965.

vintageblackglamour:

Nina Simone would have turned 80 years old today. Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon in Tryon, N.C., she changed her name to Nina Simone (“Nina” meaning “little one” and “Simone” after the actress Simone Signoret) after she began singing in bars early in her career, something her Methodist minister mother none too subtly referred to as “working in the fires of hell.” This photo I am sharing today is my favorite of Ms. Simone, a stunning shot by Pittsburgh photography icon Charles “Teenie” Harris, circa 1965.

(via projectqueer)

thefeministpress:

emilywhereverimayfindher:

On May 5, the Feminist Press is publishing a book of reproductions of many of the zines, posters, and other printed matter that is collected in the Fales Collection at NYU’s Bobst Library. The book, entitled The Riot Grrrl Collection, is edited by Fales senior archivist Lisa Darm, and includes an essay by Le Tigre’s Joanna Fateman.

We are so excited for this collection to officially be published, and we hope you all are too!!!

thefeministpress:

emilywhereverimayfindher:

On May 5, the Feminist Press is publishing a book of reproductions of many of the zines, posters, and other printed matter that is collected in the Fales Collection at NYU’s Bobst Library. The book, entitled The Riot Grrrl Collection, is edited by Fales senior archivist Lisa Darm, and includes an essay by Le Tigre’s Joanna Fateman.

We are so excited for this collection to officially be published, and we hope you all are too!!!