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"You’ve Got to Learn"- Canção de Nina Simone, onde foi retirada a frase "You've got to learn to leave the table when love's no longer being served".

 A frase pode transmitir diferentes visões, a nossa consiste, na autovalorização, na auto-aceitação e na capacidade do ser humano preservar o seu bem estar e a sua saúde mental.

Esta metáfora, usa a analogia de continuarmos sentados à mesa mesmo quando mais nenhuma comida será servida, isto é, permanecermos num lugar, onde não nos respeitam e valorizam. E refere a importância de despertar essa valorização pessoal, ou seja, retirarmos-nos e apenas nos sentarmos em mesas em que somos respeitados, reconhecidos e amados.


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  • This was the first model launched, based on our idea, in which we intend to bring a garment referring to Africa or an African figure in most of our collections, which is based on highlighting the African feat and its unique beauty.

  • Eunice Kathleen Waymon or Nina Simone (stage name), was a singer, pianist and civil rights activist for African Americans. She was born on the 21st of February 1933, in Tryon, North Carolina, in the United States. Ever since he was a child, he has always shown an interest and musical talent. 

    Despite her love for classical music, Nina Simone struggled to be accepted into traditional music schools due to her background, continuing her dream in bars and nightclubs.

    In the 1960s, Nina Simone became an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. His songs, such as "To Be Young, Gifted and Black" and "Mississippi Goddam", expressed his fight against racial discrimination and social injustice.

    After decades of career, Nina Simone passed away on April 21, 2003, aged 70, in Carry-le-Rouet, France. She left a lasting legacy as one of the great voices in 20th century music and as an activist who used her art to promote equality and justice.

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