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Tag Archives: Grand Rapids Michigan
An Irregular Heartbeat: The Artists & History of Heartside Gallery & Studio is a new book recently released to showcase the diversity and culture from a wide range of artists working throughout the last 20 years at Heartside Gallery in downtown Grand Rapids MI. Continue reading
originally published in the Rapidian … Continue reading
On Saturday, May 4th 2013, Grand Rapids MI band Chain of Lakes releases their newest album, “Softer Sticks”. Continue reading
As part of my campaign to commit myself to 99 acts of revolution (big & small) in 2012, I find myself using the power of the written word to plant the seeds of change in fertile minds by writing an article about the protests against Rush Limbaugh on WOOD Radio in Grand Rapids MI. Continue reading
As part of my new year’s resolution to commit to 99 acts of revolution (big & small), I bring you action # 8 Write a Letter. As you may know by now, Rush Limbaugh created quite the stir this past week merely by being his normal fascist self.
He called a woman “slut” and “prostitute” and made some other douchebag remarks that were basically incredibly disrespectful towards woman…all because she spoke out in favor of the rights of women to have autonomy over their own bodies… its not really a surprise to anyone that the mouthpiece of the Republican Hate Machine would spew this kind of crap out his foodhole… since that’s pretty much what Rush and the GOP are all about…. Continue reading
As part of my resolution to commit myself to 99 Acts of Revolution (big & small) in 2012, I attended the recent appearance of Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam at Fountain St Church in Grand Rapids MI on March 1st, 2012.
After the last decade of conservatives in the government and media waging war on people of color, people from different religions, people from poor countries, and everyone else not perfectly “white and right” in the eyes of the Conservative American God, many people are starting to tune out all of the propaganda and see for themselves what is really happening out there in the real world. This is a large part of why I chose to attend the event.
After several local community activists and student leaders addressed the audience of over 1,000 people, Minister Farrakhan spoke for over an hour on duty, responsibility, and self-sufficency. Continue reading
As part of my New Year’s Resolution to commit myself to committing 99 acts of revolution (big & small) in 2012, I bring you to my latest act of rebellion #6: Occupy the Airwaves Continue reading