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Nemo 🏖 @energy.wear  @robin_brittany The hairstylings of Glam Stop owner @blaque_w @shop.glamstop it also highlighted the beauty in black women. It is not often that we see brown and darkskin women in bold colors & collectively we wanted to change that image! Special thanks to all of of those who helped captivate our vision !
MUA @mrschelseamariemua
PHOTOGRAPHER @ashton.nicholas
SWIMWEAR@energy.wear @robin_brittany
HAIR @shop.glamstop @blaque_w
MODELS
@mollyymay2x @0nlykayla_ @badguykenn @therealblaackhaze
CREATIVE DIRECTOR
@vybzbysimone #tsrpositiveimages #wigsforblackwomen #bobsandblowups #melaninpoppin #boldholdstylist


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Yes! 💪🏿 Repost By @theshaderoom: TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: #Roommates, y’all know we love a good #BlackExcellence story and DJ Tillman has #BlackGirlMagic drippin’ all over her! Sis is 12 years old with a bachelor’s degree!!
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According to @news10abc, this young superstar from the South Side of Chicago just walked across the stage at Excelsior College in Albany, New York. She already has an associate’s degree under her belt, and now she has a bachelors too!
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“There are some great things coming out of the south side of Chicago and this, my baby, is one of the greatest of them all,” he mother Jemelita said.
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“I want to go into my masters in environmental engineering, but I do want to— read more at TheShadeRoom.com
#blackpeopleheal #blackpeoplepodcast


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Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: #VicMensa is taking action and giving back to his community in a major way! He recently announced online that he’s launching a sneaker giveaway. This news comes after police in Chicago planted bait trucks filled with Nike and Christian Louboutin shoes in an operation to attract potential thieves.
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As we previously reported, the trucks, which were parked in the mostly black neighborhood of Englewood, were part of a surveillance operation by Norfolk Southern Police. Many residents argued that the tactic created an unfair situation of entrapment, and police later apologized.
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Well, Vic has officially taken matters into his own hands in hopes of genuinely helping those in need. “Last week Chicago Police escorted a ‘bait-truck’ full of shoes through the South Side of Chicago to lure poor people with FREE NIKES,” he tweeted. “So we’re filling a truck with shoes to give away to those who need it.” He also shared an Amazon link for— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages - #regrann


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I’m so proud of my baby brother @aj_whitmore da kid only wants to do good. Follow and support him. #orlando #tsrpositiveimages #balleralert ❤️❤️


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#Repost @chididdy26
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Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: #VicMensa is taking action and giving back to his community in a major way! He recently announced online that he’s launching a sneaker giveaway. This news comes after police in Chicago planted bait trucks filled with Nike and Christian Louboutin shoes in an operation to attract potential thieves.
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As we previously reported, the trucks, which were parked in the mostly black neighborhood of Englewood, were part of a surveillance operation by Norfolk Southern Police. Many residents argued that the tactic created an unfair situation of entrapment, and police later apologized.
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Well, Vic has officially taken matters into his own hands in hopes of genuinely helping those in need. “Last week Chicago Police escorted a ‘bait-truck’ full of shoes through the South Side of Chicago to lure poor people with FREE NIKES,” he tweeted. “So we’re filling a truck with shoes to give away to those who need it.” He also shared an Amazon link for— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages - #regrann


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Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: #VicMensa is taking action and giving back to his community in a major way! He recently announced online that he’s launching a sneaker giveaway. This news comes after police in Chicago planted bait trucks filled with Nike and Christian Louboutin shoes in an operation to attract potential thieves.
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As we previously reported, the trucks, which were parked in the mostly black neighborhood of Englewood, were part of a surveillance operation by Norfolk Southern Police. Many residents argued that the tactic created an unfair situation of entrapment, and police later apologized.
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Well, Vic has officially taken matters into his own hands in hopes of genuinely helping those in need. “Last week Chicago Police escorted a ‘bait-truck’ full of shoes through the South Side of Chicago to lure poor people with FREE NIKES,” he tweeted. “So we’re filling a truck with shoes to give away to those who need it.” He also shared an Amazon link for— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages - #regrann


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TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: #VicMensa is taking action and giving back to his community in a major way! He recently announced online that he’s launching a sneaker giveaway. This news comes after police in Chicago planted bait trucks filled with Nike and Christian Louboutin shoes in an operation to attract potential thieves.
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As we previously reported, the trucks, which were parked in the mostly black neighborhood of Englewood, were part of a surveillance operation by Norfolk Southern Police. Many residents argued that the tactic created an unfair situation of entrapment, and police later apologized.
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Well, Vic has officially taken matters into his own hands in hopes of genuinely helping those in need. “Last week Chicago Police escorted a ‘bait-truck’ full of shoes through the South Side of Chicago to lure poor people with FREE NIKES,” he tweeted. “So we’re filling a truck with shoes to give away to those who need it.” He also shared an Amazon link for— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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#Repost @theshaderoom with @get_repost
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This week in mental health✨✨✨ _________________________________________ #TSRPositiveImages: Taraji P. Henson is on a mission to honor her late father and eradicate the stigma surrounding mental health in the African-American community. According to @People, she just launched the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, which she named after her dad who passed away in 2006 at age 58.
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“I named the organization after my father because of his complete and unconditional love for me; his unabashed, unashamed ability to tell the truth, even if it hurt; and his strength to push through his own battles with mental health issues,” she said.
_______________________________________ “My dad fought in the Vietnam War for our country, returned broken, and received little to no physical and emotional support,” she added. “I stand now in his absence, committed to offering support to African Americans who face trauma daily, simply because they are black.” The foundation will work to provide— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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#TSRPositiveImages
@mahisha_dellinger of @curls Beauty Brands is still on the path to help African American women Entrepreneurs achieve their business goals to make millions. However, as black women we have a responsibility to do AND be better than what the world expects from us. We have to represent us in a positive light and go out into the world knowing that your actions will either positively or negatively impact the sista that follows behind you. #FoodForThought

This is one of the toughest scenes from this season of #MindYourBusinessWithMahisha. Check it out tonight at 10|9 central on #OWNTV. Will you be watching roommates?


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@Regrann from @theshaderoom - #TSRPositiveImages: #AdrienBroner treated two girls to school shoes 🙌🏾


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#Repost @theshaderoom with @get_repost
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#PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #Fantasia shares that #StJamesHighSchool named their new music and creative department’s stage and auditorium after her!! Yassss! 🎤 🙌🏾


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#Repost @theshaderoom
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TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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#Repost @theshaderoom with @get_repost
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TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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This is heartwarming. Go Fantasia! Sometimes you really do have to lose to win again. #BIGfacts 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾 #Repost @theshaderoom with @get_repost
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#PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #Fantasia shares that #StJamesHighSchool named their new music and creative department’s stage and auditorium after her!! Yassss! 🎤


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#Repost @theshaderoom
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#PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #Fantasia shares that #StJamesHighSchool named their new music and creative department’s stage and auditorium after her!! Yassss! 🎤 🙌🏾


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#TSRPositiveImages: #AdrienBroner treated two girls to school shoes 🙌🏾


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Regrann from @theshaderoom - #PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #YandySmith is in the process of adopting a girl she is mentoring! ❤️ - #regrann


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TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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#PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #Fantasia shares that #StJamesHighSchool named their new music and creative department’s stage and auditorium after her!! Yassss! 🎤 🙌🏾


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Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages - #regrann


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#Repost @theshaderoom with @get_repost
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#PressPlay: #TSRPositiveImages: #YandySmith is in the process of adopting a girl she is mentoring! ❤️


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🗣🗣Aaayyyyyeeeeeee🙌🏾
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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🙌🏽😍☺️ PROUD TO BE APART OF THIS MOVEMENT!!!☺️😍🙌🏽 #twisteddipsatl TAG YOUR FAVORITE BUSINESSES BELOW!!!! #tsrpositiveimages #jump #justDoIt


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Amazing!!!!! #Repost @theshaderoom
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TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex
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#TSRPositiveImages: The state of black business ownership in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a survey by the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends, the number of black-owned small businesses jumped by 400% in one year!
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@BlackEnterprise reports that the survey, which was conducted by Guidant Financial and LendingClub, saw the staggering increase from 2017 to 2018 after interviewing aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The results showed that 45% of the country’s small businesses in 2018 were owned by minority ethnic groups. This is a big jump from 2015 when only 15% of business owners identified as either African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American.
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Of the African-American businesses, the survey found that the highest number of black entrepreneurs lived in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina. It also revealed that 63% were men and 38% were women, and the overwhelming majority of black entrepreneurs agreed that finding capital was the— read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages


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