A comment replying to my Ebola post, an idiot said this.. “Or America has the money and sanitation that Africa doesn’t have and that’s why the two Americans lived”…. Below is a tiny collection of images of the Africa they refuse to show you..
I really am sorry that you have reached this far in life, brainwashed by your media believing that Africa looks like the image below.. I really do sympathize with you,
Stop making Africa the poster child for poverty, poverty is everywhere, and if you ever paid attention, you might notice that it’s closer to home than you think!!!
EVERYONE KEEP TURNING THE EFF UP!!!
Sheeeeeeeeeet! Damn y’all.
The privilege of being a South Asian Muslim woman in New York City:Journalist Charles Meacham snapped this picture, and shared it with me when he read the news. Looking at it now, surrounded by three big male cops, w/ AO pushing my handcuffed arms upward in a way that I could only walk bent over, losing my shoe while the other gabbed my arm. When I was explained I was in pain: response: “You are my prisoner.” I went from mom to prisoner. Seeing this again reminded me of how traumatized I was, and still am. I have not been able to sleep properly. That day I was fasting, had not eaten since pre-dawn. In some ways, I was thankful it was Ramadan because I kept a heart dialogue w/divine creator throughout: There must be a purpose. I can only but surrender to the moment for it be revealed.
Legendary composer Aaron Copland on the conditions of creativity, the interplay of emotion and intellect, and the trap of public opinion – so much wisdom that applies to every field of creative endeavor.
Our first publication at First Draft Publishing is Akbar Agha’s I am Akbar Agha. It is now on sale at Amazon, the iBookstore and other online outlets. Saba Imtiaz, another First Draft Publishing author, spoke to Akbar Agha last December about his book and what he hoped to…