Ending a meal with a cup of shahi, or tea, is how things are done in Yemen. Coffee is equally as popular, but tea is the beverage of choice in certain parts of the country. The people of Yemen are incredibly hospitable and generous, and sitting down with cups of tea and plenty of conversation is a way of life. There are many ways to prepare tea, from the comforting, milky shahi haleed spiced with cardamom and cloves, to simply black tea, often Lipton, with the trademark yellow tag hanging out of the mug. Find out more about Yemen, the culture and the people this 1st May 2019 at the #iheartpeoplefest . Have you signed up yet? 📷 : Julia #culinaryjourney#culturevulture
Derek and Keira take the culture afternoons very seriously.....
Tracey Emin’s ‘A fortnight of tears’ is a moving and thought provoking exhibition. From films, paintings and sculptures, to drawings and neon, Emin explores anger, pain and loss in a very moving and powerful way. #inspiration#art#culturevulture#agencylife#design@whitecube
So, Chilly and I were on our little walk when we found this. It seems men DO grow on trees here. He said, he was just picking some fruit. Already forgotten what the fruit is called. To be fair, the streets of Kaş are lined with fruit @easy13
At this point (1) Kimberly Kardashian West is just flipping through hype hair saying, “Gimme that one, but a little nappier.” || Also Id like to say that I know white women have worn “crimps” in their hair at some point before but what we not finna do is give white Women credit for any hair style other than “the messy white girl bun” (shoutout to y’all for that one) or “the hair tucked behind the ear jawn.” Other than that... wear the gotdang hairstyle without acting like #blackwomen just never existed before on this planet (and probably others). Like seriously... cut it out!
You can read my last #blog on Kimberly Shaquanda Kardashian’s gelled Down #babyhair at www.thefreepeopleproject.com/blog (or the link in my IG bio). I’m weary of the ways this world tries to make us invisible. “Imma go look for my body. I’ll be back like real soon.” - #SolangeKnowles
If you’d like to learn in deeper community with me I teach exclusive Womanist/hip hop/justice topics at www.patreon.com/EbonyJanice and I have a school called #BGMinstitute where we are centering the intellectual authority of #blackwomen in a safe think space. Www.bgminstitute.com <- There are so many dope courses you would love including my Intro to Hip Hop as Liberation Theology class and my Beyonce & African Spirit Justice course. #BeyonceSpiritJustice#HipHop#Beyonce#LiberationTheology#KimKardashian#CultureVulture#BlackGirlMagic#TheFreePeopleProject