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"Ciprana 2" - Mark Demsteader {contemporary artist female african-american black female head woman face pastel collage portrait drawing}

"Ciprana 2" - Mark Demsteader {contemporary artist female african-american black female head woman face pastel collage portrait drawing}

A kind and lovely face. The images capture their traditional dress.  Photographer John Kenny  Repinned from Alison Morgan

A kind and lovely face. The images capture their traditional dress. Photographer John Kenny Repinned from Alison Morgan

"One And The Same" By Malinda Prudhomme $101.00 - Ethnic Art, Racism, Multiculturalism, African Woman, Indian Woman, Acrylic Painting, Female Beauty

"One And The Same" By Malinda Prudhomme $101.00 - Ethnic Art, Racism, Multiculturalism, African Woman, Indian Woman, Acrylic Painting, Female Beauty

Full-blood aboriginal Tasmanian Possibly the last of his kind. The original Tasmanians

Full-blood aboriginal Tasmanian Possibly the last of his kind. The original Tasmanians

Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

Afar (Ethiopia). Some say the Afar are descendants of the Egyptian pharaohs. They share some similarities in the way people wear their hair and shawls draped loosely over their shoulders, a few words of their language, and use symbols reminiscent of hieroglyphics to mark their camels.

Afar (Ethiopia). Some say the Afar are descendants of the Egyptian pharaohs. They share some similarities in the way people wear their hair and shawls draped loosely over their shoulders, a few words of their language, and use symbols reminiscent of hieroglyphics to mark their camels.

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