You can never be a prophet in your own land, they say. And if you don't have a land, you will be dispossessed of any and all the prophecies that you utter because you have no right to contemplate and feel what is not yours as if it were even for an instant. Nobody... Continue Reading →
There always were other slaves…
White Privilege …yea right. More on this later.
Newsflash: The Top 10 Poorest Counties in America are in Appalachia and populated By Whites.
Folks, this is REAL Poverty seen below, as in no subsidized vouchers to pay for modern forced Central Air (HVAC) with which to set at 85F in the dead of winter paid for by tax payers, but (Whites) Living with NO power or running water, and using stoves that burn wood or coal for heat. No government supplied vouchers are sent to Appalachian families to burn said wood either.
Don’t cut wood= No heat.
Not many Section 8 vouchers either for that matter, in this neck of the woods. Majority White West Virginia is much safer than majority black Mississippi, despite being one of the poorest states in America. West Virginia is the 2nd poorest state (behind only Mississippi), the 4th whitest state at 93.9% white, and…
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The mountains are calling... Spring is almost here but snow still lingers on the mountain tops as a reminder of the winter that says goodbye in a few days. Green silence where seasons paint their colours to dazzle you. Come to #TheOtherSpain !
Green silence. Magic. Come to #TheOtherSpain
Este área recreativa, situada en el alto de su mismo nombre, se encuentra un par de kilómetros antes de llegar a la capital del concejo por la AS-12. Dispone de bar, zona de ocio infantil, bolera, campo de fútbol, campo de tiro al plato y merendero. En ella se encuentra el Centro de Interpretación de la Naturaleza, la piscina municipal y la Oficina de Información y Turismo.
I wear red because it enlivens me and to share life. For all those who are no longer here. For all those who cannot raise their voice. For each and every one of my Warriors. For all those who don't see. For all those who can't help but see. Today we celebrate Working Women's Day.... Continue Reading →
Built in the thirteenth century, the medieval wall in the centre of my town expresses much more than the building capacity of the people that lived here centuries ago. It is a metaphor of the union which was necessary to survive as a group and individually. No stone was unnecessary. All together, they protected each... Continue Reading →
The storm has passed but the beach has disappeared. The sand dunes have invaded the picnic area and they have given it a lunar aspect.
To all those who dare criticise the carers of elderly people: I hope you never find yourself confined to your house for days because your parent is ill and you have no one to delegate on. I hope you don't have to watch opportunities go by because you know you can't afford to take... Continue Reading →