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As a child, Djakarta studied acting at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.

She studied commercial photography at Edith Cowan University in Perth before transferring to the Corcoran College of Art and Design in D. She graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography.

Do I really want to procreate with a man who is more concerned with the texture of his future children’s hair than the mental and spiritual qualities his partner possesses?

If a black man can so easily write us all off for the transgressions of black women from his past before getting to know us as individuals, isn’t he the one in need of help?

In conjunction with the gallery display, the project involved a street art aspect as Djakarta pasted military recruitment-style posters that said "WE WANT YOU" above images of the celebrities framed in the colors red, green and black.

Deena Jacobs is known for her rants against pop culture figures, which Djakarta posts on her You Tube channel.

" /Parents need to know that this talk show examines a wide variety of health, relationship, beauty, and lifestyle problems with the intent of showing how they can be solved.

The “rejected” woman in red on “Life Changers” today was Deena Jacobs, a semi well-known You Tube ranter who appeared on the reality TV show “H8R” after sending in a video explaining why she hates Kim Kardashian for “stealing our shine” via her big booty and black boyfriends.

From her appearance on “H8R,” it’s clear she has an issue with interracial dating, but it’s because of her own self-admitted jealousy that Kim Kardashian capitalized on an asset that’s not exactly novel among black women. No, being jealous of Kim K.’s huge behind does not qualify one for anything. She’s not trying to solve an issue that is touchy and serious to a lot of black men and women.

The installation utilized an imaginary advertising campaign to encourage multiracial celebrities to embrace their membership in the black community.

The gallery installation featured images of celebrities including Vin Diesel, Mariah Carey and Tiger Woods and a video featuring clips from films including Booty Call, Soul Plane, Bringing Down the House and Spike Lee's Bamboozled.

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