I got the baddest bitch in the game wearin’ my chain 💎
Happy birthday to my sisterwife @babsbrayton.
You are the funniest, most creative, brilliant, well-edited, big-hearted, thoughtful, generous, giving, empathetic human I know. I am so grateful that I get to do life with you. I can’t wait until we retire on the Nile and never get out of bathtubs or matching robes. Til then, dance class, sweat sessions, and flea markets. I love you always, sister. + Minnie. 😻👯✨♥️🎂💋
24 Nov 2017
Family + Friends + Friends that are Family. So full of gratitude my heart could just burst. ♥️
Here's to the fierce females. The choir getting louder every day. Anyone who has ever felt silenced, who now knows they can roar. Here's to each of you.
@uzoaduba is pictured here wearing a t-shirt designed by @amberrosetamblyn for @mysisterorg. The #ChoirUp collection features Amber's poetry and helps fight sex trafficking. 25% of proceeds from this collection will go to @GEMSgirls. Both of these soul-sisters are true and devoted champions of women.
17 Nov 2017
"In any version of reality. I'd find you and I'd choose you." - The Chaos of Stars
Sometimes when the world feels overwhelming, grounding yourself into love, family, and community changes everything. Being reminded of the point of it all. Witnessing what makes life worth living.
This weekend, my chosen family and I got to do just that. We went #treebathing, we slept by a river and danced under the stars. We sat and witnessed one of the greatest love stories we know, solidify itself into a marriage. And @brittdeyan and I got our interior decorators on and built #FortFinck. The entire experience was invigorating, inspiring, and so full of love that my heart is still overflowing.
Truly, in any version of reality, I would chose all of you. #ForeverFincks#Fernwood#BigSur (and since I know folks will ask, I'll tag everything I know the brands on! Just tap 💋)
16 Nov 2017
#OnThisDay • Saluting all the women who have been trailblazers, who have fought all forms of injustice before us, and all those who will follow in their footsteps afterward. #ShePersisted
#Onthisday in 1960, Ruby Bridges became the first African American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South, New Orleans, Louisiana. On her first day, four U.S. Marshals escorted Ruby and her mother to William Frantz Elementary School when local officials refused to protect her. For the entire school year only one teacher, Barbara Henry agreed to teach Ruby, and a classroom by herself due to the withdrawal of students by their parents from her class. For over a year, Henry taught Ruby alone. Her father was fired from his job and her grandparents thrown off the farm they rented. Ruby persisted and finished the school year, remaining a student there through elementary school. #APeoplesJourney#ANationsStory
📸: U.S. Marshals escorted Bridges to and from school.
15 Nov 2017
It's time, sisters. I am so proud to call these women my family. You cannot imagine. #linkinbio