Mothers go on, connecting and reaching out.
“I’ve always been fascinated by the idea that a lot of very bad things happen when people have good intentions”
Mothers play a role in their childrens’ lives, yes; but they are not blank cardboard cutouts with nurturing expressions and no political awareness.
After spending almost three months reporting on what feels like invisible, daily violence, I can’t help but wonder why some of these stories garner so much more attention than others.
Ever since a prison guard was murdered in 1972, three Black Panthers who’d been vocal about conditions at a Louisiana penitentiary were blamed, and the “Angola 3” were placed in solitary confinement – where Wallace and Woodfox remain to this day, 40 years on.
As far as Palestine is concerned after Obama, there is little hope and barely any change.
Everyone has been asking the wrong question. The question is, what is writing worth?
Don’t Call Me Inspirational is a challenging and enlightening read.
I have a funny feeling this will be one roller coaster ride where no seat belts are required.
“It wasn’t the City of David that changed things,” he tells me. “It was the settlers.”
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