Foolish Child #123: Black Lives Thriving

Against a lavender background is a a faint outline of letter B, bursting beyond the seams of that outline are a variety of different Black people, clockwisee: A young Black child holding up a rainbow Equality sign, a black couple one with short black hair and light skin and one with blonde hair and a small child, a black person in shirt with the trans Pride flag, T'Challa from Black Panther, a young black girl with braids and a turquoise t-shirt, a young light skin black child with red hair playing a video game, a Black woman singer, a Black child with glasses graduating, and a Black woman with a blonde bun wearing glasses. Beneath them is all white text: Black Lives Thriving...


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I am a queer coparenting mama to Dickens Jr. Doodler by day, 911 dispatcher by night. All my favorite shows look better on Tumblr. I am two years and 450K words deep into constructing a fanfic called Ages and I'm never giving up on it. Bering & Wells.

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