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Re: People We Love
Posted by Eric Johnson on May 9, 2011, 5:18pm Last edited May 9, 2011, 5:19pm

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Thanks!
Eric

Re: People We Love
Posted by Mike Klepfer on September 14, 2010, 5:03pm

http://journals.sfu.ca/affinities/index.php/affinities/article/view/49/130

Re: People We Love
Posted by Mike Klepfer on February 23, 2010, 10:48pm

Am I the only one who's gonna show love?

Two shout-outs. If you don't know, I'm truly, truly sorry.

Just Seeds!

justseeds.org

Banksy! has a film coming out!

http://www.banksy.co.uk/index.html

Re: People We Love
Posted by Mike Klepfer on February 20, 2010, 6:51pm

Active Artist Kristen Orser just released a new book of poems through Greying Ghost Press. The chap's called Folded Into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm and can be obtained for $6.50. Six fifty! For beautiful, beautiful art!!

http://www.airforcejoyride.com/gg20.html

Re: People We Love
Posted by Mike Klepfer on February 9, 2010, 5:42pm

I love the Beehive Collective. A great organizational model and a group of killer artists. They work collaboratively on big, narrative murals that teach about state and corporate imperialism in Latin America, among other things. Check out these fuckin' mosaics: http://www.beehivecollective.org/english/mosaics.htm

They tour, as well.

http://www.beehivecollective.org/

People We Love
Posted by Mike Klepfer on January 28, 2010, 5:08am

Howard Zinn died today. I can't even begin to tell you how instrumental he was in challenging the basic priorities of the histories we're taught. If my high school history teacher hadn't somewhere picked up on some of the hidden stories that Zinn held up as equal with the stories of the triumphs of the state, I wouldn't know shit about Tecumseh, John Brown, Joe Hill, Emma Goldman, Sojourner Truth or anyone else who had to bust ass or die to try to make this world just. I would be a very different person and, I imagine, worse off without the knowledge of countless others whose names were never recorded but nonetheless lived here while our country tried to out-do itself in genocide and conquest.

Celebrate Peoples' History today and every day.

The future is unwritten.