Kay B Frank

Born: Seattle
Live: Orlando/Atlanta
Age: 20 Something
Study: Engineering and music production
Status: Omni-Amorous

I have ADD so i don't write every day but when i do it usually means something... i think so anyway. ^_^

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"Before going back to college, i knew i didn’t want to be an intellectual, spending my life in books and libraries without knowing what the hell is going on in the streets. Theory without practice is just as incomplete as practice without theory. The two have to go together."

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cruznsince93:

One of my favorite parts of the movie!!
thefrogmanswhore:

Look at how cute and happy she is!
devoutfashion:

Ph:  Alex John Beck 

Reblog this if I can vent to you? Like completely skip all the awkwardness and just start talking to you.

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this is so fucking beautiful

This exciyes me!!!!!

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dynamicafrica:

What do The Wood, Brown Sugar, Talk to Me and Our Family Wedding all have in common? Each of these films were either directed and/or co-written, by filmmaker Rick Famuyiwa.
Born on June 18, 1973, Famuyiwa was the son of Nigerian immigrants and was raised in Inglewood, California. After high school he attended the University of Southern California where he double majored in Cinematic Arts: Film & Television Production and Cinematic Arts: Critical Studies.
In 1999, Famuyiwa co-wrote and directed his first feature filmThe Wood, a semi-autobiographical account of his upbringing in Inglewood. Despite difficulties in finding a production company to support his work, the film was eventually picked up by MTV Films. The film was produced for an estimated cost of $6 million and went on to gross over $25 million at the box office in the United States alone, becoming a classic film in its own right.
His next film was 2002’sBrown Sugarstarring Taye Diggs and Sanaa Latham which grossed close to $28 million nationwide.
Talk To Me was not directed by Famuyiwa however, he co-wrote the film with the film’s inspiration’s son, Michael Genet. The film chronicles the life of American radio personality Ralph “Petey” Greene and explores his influence on popular culture in the United States during the Civil Rights Era.
Famuyiwa’s most recent film, Our Family Wedding, is a romantic comedy that stars actress America Ferrera of Ugly Betty fame and Lance Gross as an inter-racial couple dealing with the differences in their racial and cultural backgrounds. Released in 2010, the film went on to make $20 million nationwide. 
Famuyiwa’s films mainly explore themes of racial diversity and acceptance of oneself and others, especially within communities of color which comes as a result of his upbringing in the the California suburb of Inglewood. For his work, Famuyiwa has been nominated for several awards and in 2008 won the NAACP Award for Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture (Theatrical or Television) for his work on the film Talk to Me.
- DynamicAfrica

"Here is the fruit for the crows to pluck, for the rain to gather, for the wind to suck, for the sun to rot, for the trees to drop.
Here is a strange and bitter crop.”

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in a good mood 

dancetothebeats:

Brown Sugar - D’Angelo

plasmaterial:

finally finished these poorly drawn hands

then & now

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