jb; wannabe screenwriter; disgruntled
  1. white person: *says something*
  2. me: so anyways...


steal her style: too turnt

wren leopard shorts ($170)

american apparel crop top ($24)

vaubel chunky ring necklace ($2,596)

alexander mcqueen gala headband ($220)

smirnoff vodka ($18)

Well I know that I, personally, as a director in the future, would absolutely love to create projects centered around black women. And I think there definitely needs to be more black women behind the camera. Those directors who are African-American women are so important to me, because representation is completely linked to inspiration and confidence within the African-American communities. I look up to those people and I hope that by being a director I can inspire and create representation by casting black women and sharing powerful stories. That’s the dream.
Amandla Stenberg. We interviewed her and it was amazing and we can’t wait to see what she does next!  (via kyssthis16)
Tears Dry On Their Own
Amy Winehouse
Back to Black
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Amy Winehouse | Tears Dry On Their Own

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Oh what fun to kill someone and end up in jail.