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Scan taken from Houston’s Space City! (1970) which ran Berkeley Tribe’s coverage of Huey Newton’s release from Oakland County Jail. Photo by Nacio Jan Brown.

On Aug. 5 Huey P. Newton returned to the streets. Two months ago the California State Court of Appeals reversed the sloppy voluntary manslaughter conviction that had kept Huey in jail for the last 35 months.
When he walked out of the courthouse, surrounded by a flying wedge of Panthers he gave the clenched fist salute to his supporters. Then, feeling the heat and obviously disliking the oppressiveness of his Alameda County khaki, he opened his shirt and took it off.
Mobbed as he tried to get into a car, he stood on top of it, assumed leadership in an easy, natural way, quieted people down, calmly thanked his supporters for setting him free, and asked them to do the same for the Soledad Brothers, Los Siete, and all other political prisoners.

babylonfalling:

Scan taken from Houston’s Space City! (1970) which ran Berkeley Tribe’s coverage of Huey Newton’s release from Oakland County Jail. Photo by Nacio Jan Brown.

On Aug. 5 Huey P. Newton returned to the streets. Two months ago the California State Court of Appeals reversed the sloppy voluntary manslaughter conviction that had kept Huey in jail for the last 35 months.

When he walked out of the courthouse, surrounded by a flying wedge of Panthers he gave the clenched fist salute to his supporters. Then, feeling the heat and obviously disliking the oppressiveness of his Alameda County khaki, he opened his shirt and took it off.

Mobbed as he tried to get into a car, he stood on top of it, assumed leadership in an easy, natural way, quieted people down, calmly thanked his supporters for setting him free, and asked them to do the same for the Soledad Brothers, Los Siete, and all other political prisoners.

I wish to raise a Black man who will not be destroyed by, nor settle for, those corruptions called power by the white fathers who mean his destruction as surely as they mean mine. I wish to raise a Black man who will recognize that the legitimate objets of his hostility are not women, but the particulars of a structure that programs him to fear and despise women as well as his own black self.

For me, this task begins with teaching my son that I do not exist to do his feeling for him.

Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider, “Man Child”. The essay “Man Child” was originally published in 1979 in Conditions: Four (via sproutedink)
Breath of Fire!  Yay!

Breath of Fire!  Yay!

When Cato says “Go on. I’m dead anyway. I always was, right?”, it shows that in his last moments, Cato was a person capable of feeling human compassion. This scene allowed the audience to enter the psychotic mind of the career from District 2. It showed that the Hunger Games changed even the most cruel of tributes. He is almost pleading for Katniss to end his life, and when he considers himself dead, he is referring to his inhuman state due to all the lives he has taken. Poor brutal, bloody Cato was finally driven mad, but not in the expected way. He was already a mad killer, and this was a new kind of insanity; the kind that eats you alive: guilt.

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Sleeping goddess; sleeping god,
Do not disease wonder.
The real hands that shaped the World
Guide mortals by a dream.
Dream Odyssey, guidance for mortals
DREAM | GOLD IN THE CHINESE TEMPLE

"In my dream, we found gold coins in a Chinese temple.  After we got some of it, we fought with Buddhist guards.  After we escaped, I bought things that I’ll give to the children.  …What does this mean?”




Dream Interpretation:
Consider what spiritual body of information the Chinese temple represents. If you found gold, it means you’ve found important shards of truth that a certain mentality (the Buddhist guards) prohibits you from accepting.
 …If you bought things to give to children, consider how you are developing your own moral teachings within.


Re: Thanks Julia, this helps a lot.

DREAM | GOLD IN THE CHINESE TEMPLE

"In my dream, we found gold coins in a Chinese temple.  After we got some of it, we fought with Buddhist guards.  After we escaped, I bought things that I’ll give to the children.  …What does this mean?”

Dream Interpretation:

Consider what spiritual body of information the Chinese temple represents. If you found gold, it means you’ve found important shards of truth that a certain mentality (the Buddhist guards) prohibits you from accepting.

…If you bought things to give to children, consider how you are developing your own moral teachings within.

Re: Thanks Julia, this helps a lot.

Jerry Brito: Top ten myths about introverts

jerrybrito:

Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk.
This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days.

Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.
Shyness has nothing to…

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