LOOK AT THIS BABY
LOOK AT HER
me in the club
love how kids introduce themselves like “hello im johnny im five years old i know how to read” yeah cool i didnt ask for your life story asshole
Late night sambousek b’il jibneh craving. Just fried these cheesy little babes and threw za’atar on the extra dough. #arabicfood #sambousek
Former Baltimore Black Panther leader released from prison after more than four decades
March 4, 2014
Former Baltimore Black Panther leader Marshall “Eddie” Conway was released from prison on Tuesday. Conway was convicted of gunning down Baltimore City Police officer Donald Sager in 1969.
Baltimore City NAACP President Tessa Hill-Aston released the following statement; “Today is a monumental day for the thousands of Marylanders and millions around the world that have championed the release of Marshall “Eddie” Conway for a very long time. The release of Conway after four decades of imprisonment is an important page turner in this tragic story. The Baltimore NAACP has been supporting Conway’s release for decades and now a new chapter begins for Marshall “Eddie” Conway, his family and supporters. Our prayers remain with him as he makes the transition to freedom.”
On January 15, 1971 Conway was convicted by a Baltimore City jury of the first degree murder of Sager and two counts of assault with intent to murder Baltimore Police officers Stanley Sierakowski and Roger Nolan. He was sentenced to life imprisonment plus 30 years. A ruling handed down by Maryland’s highest court that found jury instructions were unconstitutional up until 1980.
Hundreds of convictions could be affected by the appeal filed by cop killer Merle Unger. Unger has since been retried and remains in prison to this day, sentenced to life.
According to Conway’s settlement agreement during his incarceration he earned a bachelor’s degree from Coppin University and will now be employed in the field of publishing and printing.
Victory to Eddie Conway! Release all political prisoners!
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Ok you need to message me off anon about not being able to find it anywhere. Lemme help you.
I like it so much because it is just fucking genius. Like, I can’t explain a lot of symbolism in the movie without destroying the story in the film before you get to see it - I don’t know where to begin. You see how the apartheid wall does not simply serve to keep Palestinians away from Israelis, but also to keep neighbors, family, and lovers away from each other. It’s such a carefully told story, and it’s so beautiful. You see how the Palestinian people are abused by an elitist military structure, how it turns people against each other. You see how the Israeli occupation takes advantage of the utter hopelessness so many are haunted by in the cycle of oppression that comes along with such a brutal occupation. The actors are so talented, so is the director and his crew.
On a lighter note, ADAM BAKRI OMG HE’S A GOOD ENOUGH REASON TO WATCH IT JUST DO IT.
Homesick cooking - homemade pita bread, falafel, and hummus. #palestine #arabicfood #falafel #hummus
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