Monthly Archives: July 2020

Defending human rights is not anti-Semitism.

A Rant by RootsAction To understand the gist of the case against Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, consider this statement that just came from Rep. Juan Vargas: “Questioning support for the U.S.-Israel relationship is unacceptable.” At RootsAction, we fundamentally disagree. Questioning support … Continue reading

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A Banner

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett The jury’s asleep, the hologram Hangs tickets on itself. I want to ingest your mind And set it Free-walking. Given the chance, I want to return Civilisation To its civilians as A mechanical golden glove … Continue reading

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Why “all lives matter” communicates to Black people that their lives don’t

Here is the link to the site: https://news.yahoo.com/why-lives-matter-communicates-black-133751766.html?.tsrc=daily_mail&uh_test=1_04 Please look at the comments. Here’s my take: I’m sorry, didn’t anyone read this essay. It made it clear that as long as people of color are disregarded, their lives do not … Continue reading

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DOWSING

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett One blade of grass will weather all seasons, trawl a spider’s thread through the Chimera wound as D-Day approaches. Listen. Do you hear the crib shrieking empty in the holster of the wind? That’s convergence! … Continue reading

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