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Rest in Peace Cínthia Garcia 
Cínthia Garcia was 20 years old and pregnant of 6 months, according to what we ascertain from a source.
According to the National Police of São Domingos, the accident happened around 1:00 a.m on the way down of “Guidim” in São Domingos.
More people were on the vehicle, where two suffered only injuries. The car flipped several times eventually falling into a ravine about 100 yards from the road, which resulted in the death of Hamilton Monteiro, 28 years old and Cynthia Garcia.
The model was born in Santa Cruz, had participated in the 2012 Miss of that county.
In 2012 the model was one of 10 finalists selected for the “Elite Model Look” edition. She was agencied by the Angolan agency “Da Band Model” and the “Elite Paris”. 

Oh my god, rest her soul!

goldacrylicnails:

statueofthotness:

Rest in Peace Cínthia Garcia 

Cínthia Garcia was 20 years old and pregnant of 6 months, according to what we ascertain from a source.

According to the National Police of São Domingos, the accident happened around 1:00 a.m on the way down of “Guidim” in São Domingos.

More people were on the vehicle, where two suffered only injuries. 

The car flipped several times eventually falling into a ravine about 100 yards from the road, which resulted in the death of Hamilton Monteiro, 28 years old and Cynthia Garcia.

The model was born in Santa Cruz, had participated in the 2012 Miss of that county.

In 2012 the model was one of 10 finalists selected for the “Elite Model Look” edition. She was agencied by the Angolan agency “Da Band Model” and the “Elite Paris”. 

Oh my god, rest her soul!

(via loveupeople)

Well, the simple definition is ‘Don’t treat me like shit because I’m a woman.’

Roxane Gay, when asked to define feminism at the “This Woman’s Work” panel at the 2014 Brooklyn Book Festival (via yeahwriters)

It’s harder to be a writer of color.

Roxane Gay (as compared to being a feminist writer) at the “This Woman’s Work” panel at the 2014 Brooklyn Book Festival. (via yeahwriters)

Publishers are like, ‘We don’t know who your market is, we don’t know who we’d sell your book to,’ and I’m like, ‘What do you mean? Like… People with reading skills?’

Roxane Gay, talking about writers of color at the “This Woman’s Work” panel at the 2014 Brooklyn Book Festival (via yeahwriters)