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Ebonee Davis  Super Model. Anti Hero.

http://wmagazine.com/story/ebonee-davis-model-ted-talk

Thank God for giving me a way out and allowing me to have a better life. Thank God for the opportunity to share and inspire others. It's humbling. I pray you find your voice and shine your light. The world needs you. ๐Ÿ‘ผ๐Ÿฟโค๏ธ

Attending the 3rd annual Unitas Gala against human and sex trafficking. This is an issue that hits close to home for me. I personally know countless women who have been victims of sex trafficking, including my own mom.
This isn't something that only happens in foreign countries and far away places. It happens here, in America. It's your friend, your class mate, your coworker. It's all of the young women missing in our nation's capitol.
Often sex trafficking is hidden under the cloak of a relationship. Many women are lured in by men with who claim to love them; men who prey on vulnerability. From the outside you probably wouldn't be able to tell what's really going on.
If you or anybody you know is being trafficked, please do not be ashamed or afraid to ask for help. You are not alone.

Pull up, hop out, air out, made it look sexxyyyyy #ELEMENT

Did the most by doing the least ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพโ€โ™€๏ธ

Rockstar lifestyle, might not make it ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿพโญ๏ธ #BAZAARICONS

Either I'm the one or I'm caught in the matrix.

"I liberated myself when I realized that my identity can be as eclectic as my taste in music."
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I wrote for @essence on Afropunk, identity and the importance of creating spaces to celebrate our Blackness. #FUBU ๐Ÿ–คโœŠ๐Ÿฟ
[check out essence.com to read the full article.]

Black joy is resistance. ๐ŸŒป

Haters will say it's a filter.

The last shall be first. ๐Ÿ‘ธ๐Ÿฟ

"Black men and women who refuse to live under oppression are dangerous to white society because they become symbols of hope to their brothers and sisters, inspiring them to follow their example." -Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party.

PS. On the right is a photo of me from @afropunk last year. Can't wait to see y'all tomorrow. If you see me out, come say wassup. โœŠ๐Ÿฟ

People sometimes ask me if I'm ever afraid to speak out. My answer is no. Fear is a prison and, unknowingly, I have been imprisoned all my life.
All my life I have been afraid of the consequences of being myself.
All my life I have been afraid of my truth. Whether it be the truth of my nappy hair, the truth of my ghettoness, or the truth of my intelligence. It feared it would make others uncomfortable.
I spent 24 years locked in a box labeled "The American Dream". I spent 24 years dying, burdened by the truth of my own identity.
To be afraid now would be a slap in God's face. It is an honor to get to be me. I will never succumb to fear.
I have to choose this life, even if it kills me. Even if I end up penniless. Because the alternative is simply unbearable.

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