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Letter on Torture to My Congressional Representatives

This letter was written and sent on Friday to my Senators, Tammy Baldwin and Ron Johnson, and to my Congressional Representative, Mark Pocan. 12/12/14 As an American citizen I am appalled by the recent release of the Senate’s report on … Continue reading

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The Power of Song

In honor of the third anniversary of the Solidarity Sing Along. There is power in a song. Music can change the world. Art in its myriad forms can change the world. It can threaten the status quo and instill fear … Continue reading

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Candlelight

When I arrived at the candlelight vigil for Trayvon Martin there was one other person there, a young African-American male who asked my name and then introduced himself as Ibraham, the Muslim variation of the Judeo-Christian prophet Abraham. Shortly two … Continue reading

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Oneness

I beat a drum that beats hundreds of miles away. My heart beats with it. I am one with it. I sing a song with brothers and sisters in another land. Our voices harmonize across the distance. We are separated … Continue reading

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