In A World Shy On Heroes, Meet One Of Mine This is a brief tribute and thank you to a dear friend whom I never met but who was with me, none the less, in spirit, in struggle, and in actions. Stéphane Hessel, died today at age 95. I have two copies of his book, … Continue reading Thank You Stéphane Hessel: You Are Correct, It Is Time For Outrage!
There Is No Movement Without Rhythm Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving. Modernity has removed us from nature. Most of us move ideas, not our bodies, across networks, not across fields, under artificial lighting, not sunlight, and produce intangible products in isolation rather than unison. We travel from one box to another box by … Continue reading Life Is Rythm: In Uganda, Rwanda, Or The U.S.
Why a Tent Protest Works for BabAlShams in E1 and not for Solidarity in the US On the UC Berkeley campus lawn, tent dwellers posted banners. “Occupy Education.” “We are the 99 percent.” Helium balloons, tied with strings to the tops of the tents, helped to occupy another three feet of vertical space, while police … Continue reading Revolutionizing Time: BabAlShams In E1 And Occupy In The U.S.