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Powerful words. Powerful when originally written / performed / recorded by Nirvana. Powerfully remade recently by @yunamusic. High art. Street art. Critical social discourse. 3 AM IS THE NEW BLACK. #musicmovesreza #rezarites #3amblack #ambitiousblackfeminist #venussings #vanity4themovement #nirvana #collageart

A beautiful day for a beautiful party.
3 AM IS THE NEW BLACK. #venussings at #pvdfest
#rezarites #3amblack
#ambitiousblackfeminist
#musicmovesreza
#vanity4themovement
#bboys #bgirls
#tropicalvibes

A beautiful day for a beautiful party.
3 AM IS THE NEW BLACK. #venussings at #pvdfest
#rezarites #3amblack
#ambitiousblackfeminist
#musicmovesreza
#vanity4themovement
#bboys #bgirls
#tropicalvibes

Introducing…Vanna “Wakanda” Black. 3 AM IS THE NEW BLACK. #3amblack #rezarites #vanity4themovement #ambitiousblackfeminist #musicmovesreza #naturalhair #carefreeblackgirl #blackgirlmagic

Introducing…Vanna “Wakanda” Black. 3 AM IS THE NEW BLACK. #3amblack #rezarites #vanity4themovement #ambitiousblackfeminist #musicmovesreza #naturalhair #carefreeblackgirl #blackgirlmagic

A mood. #musicmovesreza #3amblack #ambitiousblackfeminist #vanity4themovement #blackgirlmagic #carefreeblackgirl #naturalhair

A mood. #musicmovesreza #3amblack #ambitiousblackfeminist #vanity4themovement #blackgirlmagic #carefreeblackgirl #naturalhair

Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People

Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People

Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People By Reza Corinne Clifton (with translation work by Reza Clifton, Tamara Diaz, Bryant Estrada, and Jose Ramirez) It’s been almost a year since Cuban Hip Hop Emcee and World Music artist Danay Suarez hit the stages of the Afro-Latino Festival in NYC, and much has happened in between. She’s been featured in the…

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Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People

Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People

Interview with Danay Suarez, Part 2: Different Festivals, Different Countries, One People By Reza Corinne Clifton (with translation work by Reza Clifton, Tamara Diaz, Bryant Estrada, and Jose Ramirez) It’s been almost a year since Cuban Hip Hop Emcee and World Music artist Danay Suarez hit the stages of the Afro-Latino Festival in NYC, and much has happened in between. She’s been featured in the…

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