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7月31日(金)発売となった『プレゼンス』『イン・スルー・ジ・アウト・ドア』『コーダ(最終楽章)』の...
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Sickish with fever. Ummmm pretty soon I give up. The body knows how to perform and stop. I am hoping soon. Just listen to footsteps above. GOD mulling it over.
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"The historiography of the southern Civil Rights Movement has long focused on the tactic of non-violence. With only a few notable exceptions, most scholarship locates the use of armed self-defense and other forms of armed resistance in northern cities while temporally, we usually think of these strategies as rising to prominence only later in the movement. Akinyele Omowale Umoja, Professor and Chair of the Department of African-American Studies at Georgia State University, tells us this common narrative omits a long and rich history of armed resistance in the southern Black Freedom Struggle. His new book, We Will Shoot Back: Armed Resistance in the Mississippi Freedom Movement (New York University Press, 2013), traces the roots of this armed resistance in Mississippi. His book shows black Mississippians had a long tradition of armed self-defense extending well before the iconic Civil Rights campaigns in the state. Moreover, when the movement came, self-defense remained. The book shows armed self-defense co-existed with non-violence–sometimes cooperatively, sometimes uneasily, and often both–throughout the period usually strongly associated with non-violence, such as during Freedom Summer. We Will Shoot Back goes on to examine the growing prominence of armed resistance in the mid to late 1960s. He shows the many different forms armed resistance took. Some of those forms were advocated by small groups or were short-lived, while others were quite successful.

In this episode of the podcast, Umoja discusses how he came to study this topic and his research process, including many oral histories. He also explains the importance of broadening our understanding of Civil Rights activism to include this longer history of armed resistance."
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Look the bunny.
 
The problem is not there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.

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Getting a small bottle.  I ordered from her before and the bottle is over 5 years old and still incredible.  (I cannot sleep so I plutter about the internet.  I saw my mate in a dream but I think he was in real life.  He moved from the curtains and I did not know it was a him like him.  And then he looked so horrified and worry.  He thought I had left my body and was visiting him. It was a dream of mine but I felt like he was really awake.
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Reiki is a system of energy healing, originating in Japan. All illness, whether physical or emotional, causes a disruption in a person’s energy field, creating a blockage in the body.  Reiki treatment removes these blockages and restores the natural energy balance in the body.  Reiki accelerates the body’s natural ability to heal itself on all …
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