Lena, Claire, Sylvie, the twins – Isabel and Izabal, and Evening live among the trees, eat from the land, and are mindful of the terror that accompanies being free from slavery. Death has enveloped them with the exception of a song coming from the Ozark Mountains. The sound is actually anguish and grief from a mother who lost her child, another former slave whose residence was once Culver Tusk. Everyone can hear it. For some it’s melodic and for others it’s evidence of a ghost. Read the Full Rev
by The G-Man
With the U.S. in its fifth decade of mass Black incarceration, and preventive detention for American citizens now codified into law, it’s way past time for every person of color or political dissident to get prepared to “meet The Man.” A crusading legal analyst and activist has written a book that could serve as a first line of defense. Her advice: “Never feel that you can negotiate with the police. Keep your mouth shut!”
What to Do When Your AZZ Gets Locked Up: A Review
by the G-Man
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