Sharing a little love and a smile yesterday with this angel @smbgc, Mar Vista Gardens. Feeding America (www.feedingamerica.org) is the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. 200 food banks lead the fight against hunger in the United States. Together, Feeding America provides food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America. Visit the website above to help out or donate. @feedingamerica @lafoodbank #FeedingAmerica. Photo by John @gettyimages.
Today we spent time with these beautiful souls here in LA. Having a bite to eat, doing homework and hanging out. Feeding America (www.feedingamerica.org) is the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. 200 food banks lead the fight against hunger in the United States. Together, Feeding America provides food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America. Visit the website above to help out or donate. @FeedingAmerica @smbgc @thefeelgoodkitchen #FeedingAmerica. Photo by John @gettyimages.
Finally got to see #Perfect by @eddiealcazar, and all I got was this lousy hoodie and a haircut. Just kiddin, I love this hoodie. And yep I cut my hair again. The movie is AWESOME. So happy to be a part of this one. @garrettwareing @courtneyeaton @mauricecompte @eddiealcazar @koenigswieser. Coming soon! Xx (p.s I ain’t so bad with the scissors!)
One for the road. Happy Friday x
Come and stand with us on the 8th of May in Illinois. All schools, universities, and colleges. An important vote for the ERA, much needed! Getting closer. @equalmeansequal @lizzyjagger @sarabeth_sarabeth @julewstylist_ @nataliewhiteartist @eugeniakuzmina @theodorarichards @georgiamayjagger @patriciaarquette #ERA #equalmeansequal
So happy to hear, and I’m sure this guy is too, that #Australia is finally putting some decent dough into keeping this natural wonder alive and thriving. The Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia. This is ocean heaven on earth. The good news: we’re pledging around 500 million AUD for reef restoration and management. Supporting an important ecosystem and a global treasure. This comes after years of devastating damage from warming waters caused by climate change. It’s time. Thank you!! 💙💙 #thegreatbarrierreef @australia
This is my best friend and my cookbook partner, Chef @thefeelgoodkitchen. She is beautiful inside and out. This feel good pizza today was mind blowingly good. Its vegan and it’s amazing. It’s actually the first time I’ve tried it. It’s a new creation of Jacq’s, and between my work and our lives this past week along with having so much to do to get our book done, I missed the recipe process and tasting. But now, I know!! 💙 (this is after we photographed it, and of course ate it)
Another simple beautiful set for our cookbook. I made the grey background using wooden board, plaster, and acrylic paint. Really loving the way the book is looking. #nofilter @thefeelgoodkitchen @ren_fuller @adelerosette
It’s a throwback photo (by Eric Johnson) but it’s feeling very timely as this is where I’ve been every day for the last few months. At my best friend’s house. In my best friend’s kitchen. Working away on our cookbook. We’re getting there! @thefeelgoodkitchen 💙
I stand with us. Our heritage. It’s a beautiful time for us all to let go of “I’m sorry” and sort this out. We are 7,686,850 km2 (2,967,910 sq mi). Population is 24 million. Go figure. There are native sites over 50,000 years old. So much land and little population. Still, we fight for what is ours, or is not ours. I hope that Australia leans into itself. Cause it’s a beautiful county. There is so much to learn and share. And the soul of this island is who we are as Australians. No matter our history, our color, how we got here, and what situation we are in. Let’s move forward.
This is our history. We share this. #LestWeForget #Australia • #Repost @shareenaclanton ・・・ Lest We Forget the contribution of our Indigenous men and women as we commemorate this Anzac Day and demystify the mythology surrounding Anzac Day and Black Australia. . “The Frontier Wars were ultimately fought for the possession of land and the exercise of sovereignty. One reason Australians find it difficult to acknowledge the war is because it goes to the very heart of the foundations of Australian sovereignty and ownership of this great land. Conveniently, in an effort to avoid those fundamental questions, the traditional historical narrative has played down the scale and extent of frontier warfare, at times denying that it took place altogether. Australia’s culture of forgetfulness has its roots in about the 1920’s or 1930’s, when writers on Australian history began arguing that this country was peacefully settled without the experience of war within its own borders. [...] The tendency to forget the Frontier War stands in direct contradiction with the culture of remembrance for Australia’s military history. Our warriors do not receive the same respect accorded to service people who die in overseas wars. We are all, to some extent, aware of how the Frontier Wars affected our various communities, but I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage readers to uncover further and pay respect their respective histories. The local stories of every community are worthy of recognition. Our people fought with valor and bravery in the face of an insurmountable enemy. The way we recognize and remember our heroes, and those lost in battle, deserves reconsideration. Our resistance fighters were the first Australian patriots, willing to die for our country. How will you remember them?” . -Jidah Clark (Djabwurrung) April 25, 2018 Imagery via @coffinbirth
🙏🏼 #Repost @shareenaclanton ・・・ At this point in the political debate and after all I had said about inclusivity and our truth in our lived in experiences, they still wanted to speak over and for Aboriginal Australia and act as if we were not even in the room. I say we because there was a collective demographic of Indigenous people in the studio audience. To those who continue to get defensive, I say to you... Stop talking for us. Stop talking like we don’t exist. Stop talking on behalf of our “good interests”. Stop holding the microphone and dictating further policies and procedures that are damaging our communities, destroying our lives and killing our people. Stop telling us in our justified passions, rage and hurt that we are nothing but “melodramatic” and “angry”. Stop dismissing our lived in experiences. Stop turning our truths into lies. Stop silencing our voices. Stop tearing us down in order to maintain power and authority. Stop thinking only white men should be in control. Stop thinking we are the enemy. Stop telling us we don’t belong and to “get over it”. Stop ignoring our history. Stop denying the massacres. Stop spreading lies about the ongoing measures in place that want to exterminate us. Stop pretending it’s okay. Stop the mining companies from poisoning our water. Stop the authorities from forcibly removing our children. Stop the systemic powers from getting away with murder. Stop the authorities from unfairly targeting, beating and locking us up. Stop the dangerous lies that we are all inept parents fuelled by nothing other than drugs and alcohol. Stop the mining companies from bringing drugs and alcohol into communities. Stop telling us we aren’t doing enough. Stop misconstruing our innate truth into us “creating” and/or “screaming” an “us vs. them” mentality, when it’s not true. Stop denying our basic human rights. You are losing power and that is what the backlash of fear, anger and hatred is when we stand up and say ENOUGH. The lease is up and reparations are due. -Shareena Clanton FULL VIDEO available via “The Guardian” and ABC. @abcnews_au @guardianaustralia #SpeakYourTruth #BlackWomanRising
Deep thinkin on a rooftop at sunset. LA life. Photo by @selinamiles
Photo by @camraface 🖤
“I Dare You” ~ @thexx
Breathe. Connect. Navigate your journey and appreciate all along the way. Stretch your mind, your soul, your self, and let creativity and imagination exist purely in every moment. It’s when we are in this groove, this way, and we just be, all is aligned. ~ Little Birdie told me. Photo by @greigfraser_dp #Somersault #CateShortland
With no agent, no publicist and no stylist these days (just my manager Michael Lazo) it seems like I’m running my own advertising campaigns now too. What am I advertising here you ask? I don’t know... hair cuts by me, freedom, and this dress I bought for $25 on Amazon. 😹😹😹
Nice edit thx @demi_lovatovic! #Repost