amy_sall Waiting for Somi to perform 🏿 18min

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amy_sall 🏿 Later quaint Williamstown. 11h
  •   in_general_ny Look at you @amy_sall 10h
  •   madeleine_darabie I want your suitcase you look gorgeous masha Allah 10h
  •   ehgates #b-12 10h
  •   softcircle Style game strong! 10h
  •   namble_bee @amy_sall hi Amy! Firstly is like to say that you are such an inspirational human. Thanks for your insightful posts and beautiful face! Second, I was wondering (if this isn't too bizarre) if I could email you? I Am working on a project collecting stories on African immigrants or Africans living in the U.S. and I was interested in picking your brain about your experiences or if you knew other Africans who would be interested in such a project? And hopefully if all goes well, this could be something I could submit to the sunu journal later on? Sorry to ask this on ig but I couldn't access your links on your webpage. Thank you so much! I definitely understand if you are unable to do this as you are a busy student! Asante! 10h
  •   amy_sall @namble_bee Hi!! Asante sana, what a kind message! Please email me at info@amysall.com. Would be happy to be of help! Sounds like a great project. Please bare with me as I am slow replying to emails these days. 10h

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amy_sall Also on #FashionRevolutionDay, celebrating the work of @tongorostudio, co-founded by @dioufsarah. Fabric is all locally sourced in West Africa, including Ghana, Senegal, and Côte d'Ivoire, and beautifully made in Senegal. Tongoro marries a clean, modern design aesthetic, with ethical and sustainable values. #whomademyclothes #MadeInAfrica @ethicalfashion #supportlocaleconomies @fash_rev 14h

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amy_sall Happy #FashionRevolutionDay! Celebrating the work of Sophie Nzinga Sy and her eponymous line @sophiezinga. Ethical and elegant designs all made in Senegal, supporting the Senegalese artisans and economy. #supportlocaleconomies #whomademyclothes #MadeInSenegal #MadeInAfrica @ethicalfashion @fash_rev || Sophie Zinga SS15 shot and art directed by the amazing @dioufsarah 14h

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amy_sall Fly, brilliant, beautiful African girls of @williamscollege. Deeply inspired by them. From medicine to policy, they all aspire to do meaningful work in the world. Such a pleasure meeting you all! @likethatyo
@its_amavis
@cravingyellow
@oge_ego #WASO
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amy_sall Group shot with some of the incredible attendees from tonight's talk and fellow panelist Dr. Ochieng. Had a beautiful time with an inspiring group! Thank you again to the @williamscollege African Students Organization! 22h

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amy_sall Looking forward to speaking at tonight's event organized by the Williams African Student Organization 🌍 @williamscollege 1d

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amy_sall @thewilliamsinn surely knows the way to a girl's heart! Thank you for a beautiful welcome! 1d

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amy_sall BE STILL MY HEART// Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone at the 6th “Banlieues Bleues Jazz Festival” Saint Denis, France, 1989. #SQUADGOALS #BlackExcellence #BlackElegance #Iconic #inspiration 1d

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amy_sall #SQUADGOALS // Maya Angelou, Malcolm X, Julian Mayfield and Sylvia Boone in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. #Activists #Intellectuals #Icons #BlackExcellence #inspiration || not sure of the names of the two others pictured. 1d

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amy_sall Flashback to playing dress up in @and_re_walker with my beloved @ryan_towns 2d

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amy_sall Call me, beep me, if you wanna reach me. #SUNUjournal @sunujournal 2d

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amy_sall #RP @sunujournal // On this Earth Day, we bring your attention to the issue of e-waste in Ghana. Agbogbloshie, Ghana is one of the largest dumping grounds for electronics that are not properly recycled or disposed of. Every year, thousands of electronics are transported to Ghana and left in open dumps. As a means for economic sustenance, children and young people mine through the electronics looking for parts and wires to be re-sold. This leaves them susceptible to toxic chemicals and fumes as well as injuries. The issue of e-waste is not only an environmental rights issue, but also a children's and youth's rights issue as these are the demographics most at risk. It is also a violation of Economic, Social and Cultural rights (ESCR) particularly as this issue negates the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, as articulated in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. #EarthDay #EWaste #humanrights #Ghana #SUNUjournal 2d

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amy_sall Faat Kiné. Ousmane Sembene, 2000. cc: @sunujournal 3d

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amy_sall I've posted this #MayaAngelou quote before and posting it again, as I truly feel this is my personal mission statement. May it be yours as well. 3d

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amy_sall Woman selling fruit in the market, with her child nearby, Ghana, 1970s. Photographer: Unknown #womenseconomicparticipation 3d

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