This beautiful new publication makes it easier to find arts and cultural events by diaspora talent in and around London- in this first, landmark edition of @alt_africa_ #michaeljackson at the @nationalportraitgallery, the play #Octoroon at the @nationaltheatre , @adriennelwarren as an uncannily convincing #TinaTurner in the new #WestEndMusical and the #Sudanese#British artist Ibrahim El Salahi, a pioneer of #African and #Arab modernism, whose solo exhibition is now on at the @ashmoleanmuseum #Oxford for the first time. More please!
Clearly, Light Bright & Damn Near 'WHITE' Was Not Their Delight ie 'White'(#Kenites ) Or Nothing Ni66€RS. Yet, 'Whites' Know Christ Came 'Black' & Coming Back 'Black'(Dark). Yes, He Said, "An UnWanted 3rd Race". Fooled Ni66€RS To Think 'Light' Skin Is In(Laughable). Cognitive Dissonance In Its Most Pathetic Form & Ignorance Is Bliss w/Anti-Christ Mindsets. TMH IS ANGRY. #NiceForWhat ? #RighteousAnger
The 3 GENERATIONS TO BREED OUT Coloreds Who Were Considered ½Black✋🏾. 'Blacks' Have Always Been Called Blacks✋🏿. So, A Colored(½Black) Who Mates w/A "White" Is A✋🏽#Quadroon . A Quadroon Who Mates w/A 'White' Creates An✋🏼#Octoroon ie The 'White'✋🏻Devils Accepted 3rd Race. It Actually Works Like #PaulaPatton 's(½Black) Whited Out Son('Quadroon') By #RobinThicke . Brazil Was Successfully Whited Out Too.
In 4 GENERATIONS THEY BREED OUT Pure 'Blacks'. I Love To See Dark Niggas Who Prefer Light Skin Chics Then Get Dark Ass Children. Keep Up The Greater Works Bro. Bring That Melanin Back Into Earth. The Only Breeding Out I Agree w/T♥️♥️. Especially, To Counter Their Evil Agendas....He Said, ".....Advance Them To 'White'"✋🏿✋🏾✋🏽✋🏼✋🏻.
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Noah is so interesting. He has always had quite the vocabulary & fascination for asking questions since the day he could speak. I love parenting him as it has brought me a great deal of humility & appreciation for things much different than what I'm use to.
Pray, I never get selfish in loving him so that I can always encourage him to follow & do the things that inspire him most in life. I don't care for perfection but that he finds & sows into his passions so that he can reap the benefits of purpose thus a fulfilling life. I will always teach my children that passion blesses them while purpose blesses others & we all know God called us to love & serve others.
Man, I am so thankful for yet another year with my very loving, Son.
Can't believe he's 4!❤️
Melbourne photographer Timothy Noble as Wahnotee in “The Octoroon”, circa 1870. Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 101 x 62 mm, verso with imprint of ‘C. Hewitt, Photographer, Australasian Studio, 95 Swanston St., Melbourne’ and contemporary inscription in pencil ‘Tim Noble – as Wahnatee [sic.] in the Octoroon’; the albumen print is in fine condition with good tonal range; the mount has a few light marks and mild toning.
The Octoroon, written by Dion Boucicault, was first performed in 1859 at the Winter Garden Theatre, New York, and was in its time a play second in popularity only to Uncle Tom’s Cabin. It was also extremely popular in the Colony of Victoria, with dozens of productions recorded at venues in Melbourne and on the goldfields during the 1860s and 1870s.
One of the play’s central characters is the “noble savage”, Wahnotee. The Melbourne professional photographer and amateur thespian, the appropriately named Timothy Noble, was photographed around 1870 in costume as Wahnotee by his friend and fellow photographer, Charles Hewitt. Interestingly, Noble himself is best known for his studio portraits of theatre personalities, including Maggie Moore and J.C. Williamson.
The carte de visite we offer here is the only surviving example of this image that we can locate.
A fascinating relic of the overlapping worlds of commercial photography and the theatre in mid nineteenth-century Melbourne.
#wahnotee#timothynoble#thespian#actor#colonialtheatre#thestage#costume#octoroon#firstnations#history#nineteenthcentury#performer#play#hipster#bohemian#photography#photocollector $250.00 AUD
L’être humain peut-il se résumer à une opération mathématique? Dans « La somme de mes parties », Bindi Cole Chocka raconte son long chemin vers l’acceptation de soi. Un texte très émouvant, très personnel, nécessaire à l’heure de la quantification de soi. Parce que s’aimer, ce n’est pas donné, ça se conquiert. Bonne lecture!
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Ce texte a fait partie de l’exposition « Octoroon » (« Octavon ») à @latrobeuni
It's been such a pleasure understudying these two beauties! It's been such a wonderful experience and I'm so happy that I was a part of this show. Come see an Octoroon tomorrow at 2pm at University of Central Florida! We close tomorrow ❤️ .