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Featured Blog Posts – November 2011 Archive (8)

Eye Candy: Delphine Diallo's Attention-Grabbing Creations

Hey guys, visual arts are very important to us and we'd like to put the spotlight on the dopest artists we get to meet and discover in the community.

Hailing from Brooklyn (via Paris and Senegal), photographer/artist Delphine Diallo is one of these talented people we want to introduce you to. Her intense work instantly grabs your attention, as seen in the pictures and video below. Whether she's capturing black & white portraits in a studio or documenting a trip to…


Added by Eye Candy on November 30, 2011 at 12:02pm — 2 Comments

Comic Book: 'The Negronomicon (Comics drawn while I should have been working)'

Hey guys, many of you got really excited when we shared comics by AP member Al Frank. In the spirit of DIY, Al self-published a book to share the collection 'The Negronomicon (Comics drawn while I should have been working) 1996-20006'. If you enjoy the comics and would like to support…


Added by Eye Candy on November 28, 2011 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

"Where Does Occupy Wall Street Go From Here?" (Michael Moore)

Hi guys, we would love to hear what you have to say about the future of the 'Occupy' movement and this proposal from Michael Moore. These ideas can be a starting point for a larger discussion. Let's see people power in action! Below is what Moore had to say:

"Where Does Occupy Wall Street Go From Here? ...a proposal from Michael Moore


This past weekend I participated in a four-hour meeting of Occupy Wall Street activists whose job it is to…


Added by AFROPUNK on November 25, 2011 at 6:33am — 4 Comments

Inside Occupy LA: Weeks 6/7 - National Day of Action, Biased Media Coverage, Bill Maher, Arrests/Bail Outs, Solidarity

Week 6 of the LA 'Occupation' was full of surprises, including visits from Bill Maher, Jesse Jackson, and unfortunately more police brutality. You can read Griff Fuller Jr.'s full report here. During week 7, a major National Day of Action took place, along with more biased media coverage, incidents with the LAPD and…


Added by AFROPUNK on November 23, 2011 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

BMX In Jamaica: Krash Test Dummy Stunt Team

When someone says Jamaica, your mind most likely goes to the things the island country is stereotypically known for: the beaches, the breezes, the BMXers…PAUSE!!! That last part may be new to most of you, but to the Krash Test Dummy Stunt Team, its everyday life on the island. There’s much more to paradise than palm trees and coconuts. We interviewed team leader, A-Wire. Get to know the the guys and feel the irie vibes of Jamaica, AP style! * Shout out to…


Added by AFROPUNK on November 18, 2011 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments

DIY Fashion: Make Your Own 'Ombre' Dyed Jeans

This is the SIWY Jony jean and it screams DIY...and when something screams DIY to me, I move into action! Creating my new DIY tumblr page has to be one of the best things I've done in a while. Since, I'm on it practically everyday, it is a daily reminder of all the DIYs I want to complete. Like this one.

Tutorial By…


Added by Safety Pins on November 15, 2011 at 5:44pm — 3 Comments

Inside Occupy LA: Week 5 - Bank Transfer!, Oakland Solidarity, Demonstrations and... Weed

November 2 was a National Day of Action for Occupy Oakland and the Occupy Movement. Occupiers across the nation held marches and actions in solidarity with our brothers and sisters up north and their general strike. A picture circulated around Facebook and Twitter of what looks to be thousands of people out in the streets surrounded around a Chase bank in Oakland. One little picture displayed such a powerful message. I wasn’t present, but later that night LA Occupiers marched to…


Added by AFROPUNK on November 11, 2011 at 7:46am — 2 Comments

Black Witch: "How Romantic"

I talk about a lot of things here on Black Witch, and believe you and me I have more up my sleeve, but ever notice I’m not very flowery in my talking? As in, I don’t talk about the positive energies that are in rivers and how I would love to wash my clothes in said river because it connects me to mother earth and how I wish I could fetch wood from a forest to heat my simple home out in the empty but lush wilderness?

No doubt these are beautiful notions that harken back to a…


Added by The Establishment on November 9, 2011 at 1:18pm — No Comments

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