I posted this on Facebook and Twitter and it generated comments from people who told their stories of being bullied. Perhaps by posting it here it will help others who are suffering or are looking for ways to help. 79 more words
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Recently, I was reading through several books on the ‘Great Famine in Ireland’, or ‘Genocide for those who prefer to think of it that way. I read about Mayo, Sligo, Galway and West Cork where the men women and children died in their thousands during the ‘Great Famine’ in towns like Skibbereen and Ballinrobe. 2,723 more words
This man with me in the image below is Babloo Bhaiya.
He is a carpenter by profession at my college.
But, he isn’t employed by my college. 757 more words
In Blake’s “The Song of Los”, several biblical parallels can be drawn, including the reference to Adam and Eve’s conception, fall, and Jesus ‘arrival. At the end of the poem, Urizen, who acts as an allegory for Christianity’s God, weeps at the ending of Los’ song (112). 318 more words
By Allie Nichole
So-called “Woke-book” has done it again: sparked an intense debate amongst members of the online black “conscious” community. A young black woman based in the United Kingdom took to Facebook to air her opinion that African Americans have more societal proximity to white people than other black people across the diaspora, which is a privilege. 733 more words