Daily Archives: February 11, 2015

Some Thoughts on the MLK Memorial

The MLK memorial: An interesting monument, is it not? I have never thought it looked much like King. Except in a general sense.         The same basic features, but not quite identical. There is a lack of the minute modulations of form that capture the likeness of the individual. The forehead eyebrows and […]

Celebrating Neo-Black History Month: Apotheosis of the Neo-Black

Bruce A. Dixon: In the early 70s, serious enforcement of the Voting Rights Act began, while the US military, elite universities and corporations instituted what came to be known as “affirmative action.” The economic gains that ordinary black families made in the the 60s and 70s didn’t last. These were largely curtailed and rolled back […]

Celebrating Neo-Black History Month: Whitewashing Selma

  Selma, the Movie: “White” Washing History by Candy Gonzalez I became a civil rights activist in the 1960s because I saw the injustice of racism and oppression and believed (and still do) that I could not sit around waiting for someone else to do something.  I joined demonstrations, sit-ins and picket lines, was arrested […]

Chemtrails resume + evidence without explanation + “cirrious” clouds +repeat

Ain’t this some shit? The skies were clear yesterday. As far as I can tell. Alas, I didn’t get out much after 2:00 PM or so. And they were clear this morning when I took out the garbage no more than an hour ago. I was beginning to think that I wouldn’t make my usual […]