So proud of the power displayed last week in Berkeley and the unity of the Stop Urban Shield coalition! Help advance this work and make a gift. $15-100 every penny says FTP. From CA to NYC, WE ON IT 4 ABOLITION!
Donate here: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/criticalresistance/ #abolition#criticalresistance @crlosangeles
Let's make craft art with Corn💡
WHAT GOES AROUND COMES BACK AROUND. vol. 152
『 Taps 』📽 81' 🇺🇸✨
" Taps is a 1981' American drama film. Hutton was nominated for a Golden Globe award in 1982'. The film was directed by Harold Becker. Based on Devery Freeman's 1979' novel Father Sky. The film follows a group of military school students who decide to take over their school in order to save it from closing. This was Cruise's second film role, following a brief appearance in Endless Love, released in 1981' just a few months before Taps. "
Starring : George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton, Ronny Cox, Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, Evan Handler‼︎
The story goes...😃💡✨
" Bunker Hill Military Academy has just concluded another school year. Cadet Brian Moreland（Timothy Hutton）a junior, meets privately with the academy commandant, retired Brigadier General Harlan Bache（George C. Scott）. Bache promotes Moreland to Cadet Major, the paramount rank at BHMA..."
" George C. Scott "
💡American Actor, Director, Producer💡
（ Born : 18.10.1927'. Wise, Virginia, U.S. - Died : 22.9.1999' (aged 71) Westlake Village, California, U.S.）
" Timothy Hutton " 💡American Actor, Director💡
（ Born :220.127.116.110' (age 56) Malibu, California, U.S.）
" Ronny Cox " 💡American Actor, Singer-songwriter, Storyteller💡
（ Born : 23.7.1938'( age 78) Cloudcroft, New Mexico, U.S. ）
" Sean Penn "
💡American Actor, Filmmaker, Political Activist💡
（ Born : 17.8.1960' (age 56) Los Angeles, California, U.S. ）
" Tom Cruise " 💡American Actor, Producer💡
（ Born : 3.7.1962' (age 54) Syracuse, New York, U.S.）
" Evan Handler " 💡American Actor💡
（ Born : 10.1.1961' (age 56) New York City, New York, U.S. ）
La seul réponse des pro-corrida a été des doigts d'honneur . Pour encore assister à ce genre d'événement faut être limité... me parlez pas de tradition. Vous parlez de tradition quand ça vous arrange . La souffrance animale n'est pas une tradition , ou est le plaisir dans tout ça ? Pourquoi devoir faire agoniser la bête dans le but de produire le spectacle ? Il souffre et voit la mort arriver avant de se faire exécuter par un lâche devant des pervers #anticorrida#associationvenus#torture#gironde#france#abolition
An introduction to William Cowper (1731–1800)
From 1768 to 1786 William Cowper called this house in Olney his home.
Orchard House is still full of mementos of his life here. . .
Orchard Side provided Cowper with a retreat from the stresses of city life. Once he arrived in Olney he never travelled more than a few miles away; in a letter to a friend in 1782 he described his life; ‘by a domestic fireside, in a retreat as silent as retirement can make it; where no noise is made but what we make for our own amusement. For instance, here are two Ladies and your humble Servant in company; one of the ladies has been playing on the Harpsichord, while I, with the other have been playing at Battledore and Shuttlecock’.
Cowper loved his garden and spent many hours in his summer-house, still a favourite with today’s visitors. #museum
Good news! Berlin proposed a ban on sexist ads—advertising that reduces women to a “readily available sexual pleasure object.” Although this is a small victory, we believe it is an answer to our collective prayers, since we've been praying for Berlin specifically as our current City in Focus. Let's continue to pray, as brothels continue to operate legally all across Germany. Learn more (click the temporary link in our bio)
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ya gurl is joining @justicenoworg team as a co-organizer/co-director 🔥🏴 gonna be organizing with people inside California women's prisons & relay messages of resistance and knowledge that hopefully catalyzes//supports actions fighting to dismantle the cis-tem. 💥💕💢#abolition#carenotcages
@Regrann from @sisterhonkytonk - Dreams come true. So happy to see the formation of this group and the amazing opposition that is being made visible in Indianapolis. Hogsett, we're coming for your proposal and will lay bare the inhumane, racist, and greedy motives behind incarceration. #317#indianapolis#resist#nonewjail#solidarity#abolition @indygrammers @indyresists - #regrann
Okay so this is a slightly personal post. I'm currently at Brown University (@brownu) studying Cultural Anthropology. I saw this piece at a May exhibit at the Studios of Key West. Yesterday was #juneteenth , which "memorializes June 19, 1865, when an announcement was made in Galveston, Texas, that slavery had been abolished"(Chicago Tribune). I've walked past University Hall every day this week and thought about this description of Brown's involvement in the slave trade. It's important that it is acknowledged and talked about so that it is never forgotten that institutions such as Brown were built on the backs of slave labor. This history must be constantly reckoned with. #yesukan#ukan#brown#brownuniversity#studiosofkeywest#keywest#juneteenth#abolition#slavery#remembrance
I love the #history of my island #Guadeloupe and #Caribbean history in general and there's so much more I gotta learn to my great eagerness. #Learning is definitely a life time experience :)
Created by the #Guadeloupean sculptor Jacky Poulier, this #statue represents #JosephIgnace aka #Ignace , an incredible fighter who rallied with #LouisDelgres , another great combatant and #Guadeloupe national #hero , in fighting against #French colonial troops sent by the dwarf Napoleon Bonaparte (yeah him...) to reestablish #slavery back in 1802. Ignace, a former carpenter, was known to be highly skilled and vigorous having served as a top rank officer in the French Republican Army. He was totally opposed with Napoleon's decision to reestablish slavery in Guadeloupe after its first #abolition in 1794, and deserted the army to create the #Resistance movement alongside Delgres, Palerme, Massoteau and so forth. He and his men led successful attacks against french colonial troops but were ultimately outnumbered. While on the verge on being captured in Baimbridge near Pointe-a-Pitre and after killing a couple of French soldiers surrounding him, he took his own life respecting the infamous and symbolic vow he and his companions made during this ruthless journey for #freedom , "VIVRE LIBRE OU MOURIR" which means "TO LIVE FREE OR TO DIE". I've always loved this expression because it is absolutely true. Vaut mieux mourir libre que vivre le corps et l'esprit enchaines a jamais...
On May 27, the great cultural association #ChennLa paid homage "comme il se doit" to our national hero and of course I was there with my people to cover the event :) #Raspect#PapaIgnace#GrandGenreDeNegre#MaroonToDiBone#SoulRebel#ProudAncestor#NeverForgotten#Histoire#HistoireDeLaGuadeloupe#SearchDaTruth#HempressiveVizuals#SurLeTerrain#Music#ForOurAncestors
The historical origins of Juneteenth are clear. On June 19, 1865, U.S. Major General Gordon Granger, newly arrived with 1,800 men in Texas, ordered that “all slaves are free” in Texas and that there would be an “absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves.” - an online source