Photographer Adreinne Waheed is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. From the book/project ‘Black Joy’. To see Adreinne’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Adreinne Waheed See also: RED LINES By Adreinne Waheed […]
I just love us. via Black Joy — Edge of Humanity Magazine
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Her story. Her passion. Her voice. Her ART. A group show featuring the art of Black female artists who are staying tried and true to their styles and perspectives as the art world gradually learns that HER voice matters. There are blatant limitations for Black female artists including, but not limited to being told to “soften” […]
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Hey lovelies! I know it’s been a whiiiiiile since I shared some art, but please believe that I have been getting 👏🏾 it 👏🏾 in 👏🏾 in 2019! My people have showed up and showed tf out already, my gawdt! I’m still recovering. Some people were not playing when they said this was their year. I […]
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Charlotte Simpson, aka Traveling Black Widow, travels the world—often solo— and appears to be in her 60s. Her photos beg the question: what’s your excuse? I’ve been subscribed to her for a few months now and she is a constant inspiration to just go for it! Not only is she an inspiration to travel and […]
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I feel like I say this too often, but I’m back. Sorry for my long stay away! Tis life. Anywho, last month, I visited our nation’s capital for the second time. It’d been 10 years and I didn’t expect to be back so soon, but the presence of my auntie Lisa Marie Goodson prompted another […]
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Activist, Photographer and Oral Historian Marti Corn is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From her project ‘The Ground On Which I Stand‘. To see Marti’s projects click on any image. In 1871, the community of Tamina was created by freed slaves fortunate enough to buy their own land. Along […] Who […]
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Cloudland Canyon had been on my radar for over a year; I mean, look at it. After my trip to San Juan, I thought hey, where can I hike that resembles heaven without hopping on a plane? Cloudland is one of sixty Georgia state parks and is located in Rising Fawn about two hours northwest […]
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