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Living Under a Reign of Terror: Central Florida 1970s

“Why does this drinking fountain say “white only?” I asked my bicycling partner. “It’s porcelain, any fool can see that it’s white.”

“Shh-that’s not what it means,” he said, “It means white people can get a drink here.” 269 more words

History

Jesonian: Judgeless... May 24th, 2015

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At an early age, I awoke from a theological nightmare, quickly realizing that Christianity was not about relating to a composite of Moses, David, Abraham, Joseph, Jesus and the Apostle Paul, but rather, an intriguing study of the personality and character of a Nazarene carpenter, who became a philosophical, healing Redeemer. 391 more words

The Jesonian

What is an activist?

I never thought of myself as being an activist. I thought “you cannot really achieve anything as an activist, nobody takes you seriously anyways”, having the picture of ‘Greenpeace activists fettered to a tree’ in mind. 196 more words

Allgemein

Cleveland Protesters Arrested After Officer's Acquittal - L. CAROL RITCHIE MAY 24, 2015 2:48 AM ET

Cleveland police in riot gear made a number of arrests Saturday night as protesters poured into the streets, angry over the acquittal of a patrolman charged in the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects. 322 more words

Law

An Aspie On Injustice and Suffering

I need to write, but I don’t know what. There’s so much in me, I wish it would just come out. When I was first looking up Aspergers, I read how most people’s brain can be compared to a chalkboard that is written on and then erased to make space for new writing. 2,118 more words

Aspergers

I Have No Love Song To Sing

” I Have No Love Song To Sing”

I have no love song to sing.
No sweet soliloquy to recite
Underneath the stars.
I’m sick with a disease that has no cure. 83 more words

Poetry

Peter At The Killing Fields Part II: Choeung Ek & The Aftermath

If you missed the first installment of this story, you can read that HERE.

The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek:

From Toul Sleng, these people were herded onto buses like cattle. 2,407 more words

SE Asia