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Atlantic City and a Tompkins Square Park Reunion Concert

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Hey again Bloggers or whoever could be reading this blagh.  And in the midst of battling Murphy’s Law, this blog post is yet another attempt to maintain web 2.0 user generated content for this blog and my other blagh whenever bloggers block possible.

And this blagh seems to have turned into a travel blog lately, to where I find myself posting travel photos on it, because hey, I don’t know where else to post those photos except Facebook or Instagram.

And so it was Atlantic City this time where I attempted to vend those Black Lives Matter necklaces, magnets, key chains and pins for $2 each on the Atlantic City Boardwalk as in those photos and videos that find themselves posted above. And thank you Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City for that ice cold water.

And then there was the 34th Anniversary Tompkins Square Park Riot Reunion Concert

And again, a concert in which I didn’t actually make it to as a result of battling Murphy’s Law.

And in case whoever could be reading this blog is actually interested…….

One version of Murphy’s Law states:

Murphy’s general laws
  • Nothing is as easy as it looks.
  • Everything takes longer than you think.
  • Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
  • If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong. …
  • If anything simply cannot go wrong, it will anyway.

And Murphy’s Law has something to do with whatever can go wrong will go wrong.

And so back to that 34th Annual Tompkins Square Park Riot Reunion Concert that passed last weekend, a show put on by Chris Flash of The Shadow, August 6th and August 7th in Tompkins Square Park in that city of New York.
It was also an East Ghost Reports attempt to vend those Tompkins Square Park t – shirts Saturday in Tompkins Square Park. Anniversary of the 1988 riot after someone attempts to carve up your table with a knife, with a couple of photos that find themselves posted above.
And some of the bands on that flyer for that concert in Lower East Side, or East Village for real estate marketing purposes were:
Urban Waste, NIHILISTICS, Bitch Switch, Caught in a Trap, Winter Wolf, Neighborhood SHIT, The PATH, Ruckus Interuptus, Jennifer Blowdryer, SIMON & JJ, Val Kinzler, Paula Zero and SLUGZ on SPEED.
Squat the world. Have a great New York City concert day and more.
“Nothing is as easy as it looks.” – Edward A. Murphy
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Loisaida Festival 2022

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And in between reading about the corruption of The People’s Convoy, there was a Loisaida Festival in that city of New York in that neighborhood of the Lower East Side or East Village for real estate marketing purposes, that I found myself at the other day, vending #flagsoftheworld & #iloveny necklaces, magnets, key chains & pins for $2 each and Tompkins Square Park t – shirts for $10 each in front of the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space – MORUS at 155 Avenue C, NYC, during the Loisaida Festival, Sunday, May 29th, 12pm – 5pm, an all-day festival of artists, activists, and vendors on Avenue C. And in all honesty, the only photos I took at this festival are those few that find themselves posted above.

” As a living history of urban activism, the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) chronicles the East Village community’s history of grassroots action. It celebrates the local activists who transformed abandoned spaces and vacant lots into vibrant community spaces and gardens. Many of these innovative, sustainable concepts and designs have since spread out to the rest of the city and beyond.”

“The 2021 musical lineup included: world-renowned Mexican singer & actor Fernando Allende; Afro-Caribbean/electronic music project ÌFÉ; Puerto Rican folk singer Chabela Rodríguez; Afro-Brazilian Samba Reggae All-Female band Batalá New York, and acclaimed local contemporary R&B Soul-Jazz artist duendita as well as pop-soul singer song-writer Linda Díaz, the winner of NPR’s 2020 Tiny Desk Contest. It also featured a short film by the Puerto Rican theater troupe Y No Había Luz, a Cuchifritos cooking demonstration by María Bido part of La Cocina de Loisaida, a monologue by Loisaida Artistic Residency recipient Haus of Dust, and much more… Last year’s theme, ¡Viva Loisaida!, celebrated the Lower East Side’s roots, and the elements that characterize the neighborhood, and its residents, their resiliency, creativity, unity and growth. The official artwork for the 2021, 34th Annual Loisaida Festival was created by João Salomão, a local Brazilian artist also known as PIXOTE, whose distinctive style is heavily influenced by the Brazilian Pixação graffiti tradition. The commemorative poster for the 2021 festival was inspired by the LES punk and hip hop’s NYC graffiti scene of the late eighties and nineties that helped form João’s artistic practice. With the 2021 design, the artist also payed homage to Loisaida’s documentary photographer Marlis Momber, well known locally as the co-producer of “Viva Loisaida”; a 1982 film documenting life in the late 70’s Loisaida neighborhood. 

Since 1987 the Loisaida Festival has been the largest community celebration festival event in Lower Manhattan, and grows annually in size, excitement, and impact. Produced by Loisaida Inc., founded in 1978 and one of the last remaining Puerto Rican community organizations in the neighborhood, the Loisaida Festival epitomizes over four decades of the struggle and success of the Puerto Rican/Nuyorican diaspora that settled in the Lower East Side as had thousands of immigrants and migrants over the 19th and 20th Century. This historic place – the Lower East Side— our ‘Loisaida,’ as poet, Bimbo Rivas, coined it in the 70’s, is still the ‘Gateway’ to America, a community that embraces diversity, welcomes difference, celebrates arts and culture, and preserves, in amber and performance, the voice of all that came through this LES portal to settle in this country.” 

Have a great festival day and more, (considering that we are living in crazy times…..).

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A Year Of New York City Mandate Protests

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New year 2022 and old year 2021 on sandy beach with waves

New year 2022 and old year 2021 on sandy beach with waves

“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act”. – George Orwell, or someone else said that.   

It’s the end of that Gregorian calendar year as I type this blog post.  And I find myself typing another one of those end of the year 2021 and beginning of a new year 2022 blagh posts again.. And when the holy dayze are upon us I usually try to type something cheerful, blissful and upbeat. But not this year again, as that killer virus that still finds itself here on planet earth is entering year number three with no end in sight and we are still living in crazy times. 

And so in between attempting to vend those Black Lives Matter necklaces, magnets, key chains and pins at the Union Square Holiday Market and going to those New York Freedom Rally protests, which unfortunately seem to be end the evil ccp global tyranny endless, I found myself on I guess one of those day trips to The American Dream DreamWorks Indoor WaterPark in my travails as in some of those photos that find themselves posted above.

 
And so back to those New York Freedom Rallies that I have found myself posting on this blog every so often these days as a result of that plannedemic, 5g warfare weapon nanobot technology, social credit score systemNazi Germany, Agenda 21, Agenda 2030DNA changingSatan’s seed implanting and creating Satan’s race, rise of the antichrist, zombievaxmagnet challengemagnetic vaccinesgraphene and artificial intelligencetranshumanism, matrix, illuminati, great reset, new world order mark of the beast system straight from the book of Revelations virus that still finds itself here on planet earth these days. 
And then there are those London 2012 Olympics and Barcelona 1992 pure evil illuminati sponsored Olympics ceremonial openings ritual Bitchute videos that predicted this virus, amongst many other predictors who predicticted this virus of these times and how it would play out. End the evil CCP. And this made in China virus thing does not even include those world war three, battle of Armageddon and the rapture is imminemt articles titled Putin Warns NATO of Military Response as U.S. Seeks DialogueRussian Citizens Are Now Being Prepped for Nuclear War and Vladimir Putin warns NATO ‘everyone will be turned to radioactive ash’ over Ukraine moves that finds themselves in the headline news, and then there’s that La Palma burning mountain volcano, the hand of God that seems as if it wants to fall into the sea and wipe out the East Coast of America that has dissapeared from the news lately amongst many other horror stories here on planet earth these days and times. The seals are being opened and the trumpets are being sounded, right before our very eyes in this generation.
 
And so this is an attempt to I guess go back in time to revisit some of those events that have since passed since I last posted those New York Freedom Rally events on this blog. With some of the text to those photos and events in the New York City area of lately that find themselves posted above being as follows:
 
1. World Wide Rally For Freedom 6.0. January 22nd and 23rd. Save the date. #wewillallbethere
2. March to end the mandates. Monday 12/27, 3PM. City Hall to Borough Hall
3. A Teachers For Choice protest. They’re coming after your kids. Rally at the New York capitol in Albany to protest a bill that has something to do with locking up all the unvaccinated in concentration camps, quarantine camps, and other bills also. January 5th, 2022, 10am.
4. BREAKING: Defeat the Mandates – March on Washington, January 23. 2022. An American Homecoming. We will start the march at 11:30am at the Washington Monument and we’ll walk together to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial (approximately 1 mile). 
5. October 24th. 12PM. Break The Matrix. Rally with Jimmy Levy / March to Barclays Center. A rally that had something to do with Opening night. Stand With Kyrie. Protesters stormed the barricades to stop the mandates at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn.
6. NYC Workers anti – mandate. March For Choice. Monday October 25, 11:30am. We will meet outside of 8 Metrotech Plaza and walk across teh Brooklyn Bridge ending at Ciy Hall. 
7. Show up at the rally opposing the mandate. 11am Thursday Oct 28th @ Gracie Mansion. We must all show up and hold the line.
8. S.O.S. From Australia. Dec 4th, 4pm. 150 E. 42nd. Protest on our behalf at your nearest Australian Embassy or Consulate. And if I can remember correctly, Nick Fuentes and America First showed up at one of these S.O.S. From Australia rallies.
9. Worldwide Walkouts (New York City). Kick – off November 3rd, 2021 – 1-3pm.  City Hall Park. Followed by march to Brooklyn Borough Hall. Stop the mandates. Stop the tyranny. And if I can remember correctly,  Protesters against vaccine mandates marched over the Brooklyn Bridge before meeting with Mayor Elect Eric Adams. 
10. Freedom Of Choice Rally. Thursday October 28th, 2021. 11AM. Location : Gracie Mansion 88 East End Avenue. 
11. New York City. Fight For Your Family. December 6th. 2021. Black Out Monday @ 11AM. March Against Mandates. Stop mandatory covid shots for kids! We willl meet at the Pfizer Company @ 235 East 42nd Street. Then march over to Governor Hochul’s Office @ 633 3rd Avenue. 
12. Now Or Never! Sit – In Protest MLK Style. Join us for a 1960’s style sit – in at a pro – mandate franchise establishment in NYC. When: December 1 at 5pm. Where: meet at Union Square Park, NYC, in front of the George Washington Statue. We will walk together to the location.
13, New York City’s 48th Annual Village Halloween Parade. October 31st, 2021. NYFR taking over!
14. THU. October 28th. 10:45AM. Gracie Mansion. #Trash The Mandate. Bring A Garbage Donation For De – Bozo’s Curb.
15. November 8th, 6PM. Protest for 1 week anniversary of city worker disposal. 
16. December 14th, 6:00PM. Queens Center Mall Holiday Feast. Parents bring your children. Meet in front of Foot Locker then we can dine together. 
17. December 15th, 6PM. What Do We Want? Cheesecake! And We Want It Now! And if I can remember correctly, anti mandate protesters were arrested at Applebee’s after protesting at The Cheesecake Factory at Queen’s Center Mall.
18. Saturday, November 13th. 12PM. Rally and march from Pfizer Headquarters to Hudson Yards. Calling all frontline heros and supporters. 
19. Sunday, December 5th. 2021. Rally For Medical Freedom. March to the Australian Consulate, New York City, in support of the Australian people.
 
And some other rambling thoughts to those photos that find themselves posted above being….
 
Someone said that the New York Police Department showed up with LRAD’s, those sound cannon things that disperse riots, during that Applebee’s sit – in at Queens Center Mall, 
 
Someone closed off the street to the Mayors house in brooklyn with trash cans, glow light sticks and an orange cone where protesters shut down traffic and blocked a garbage truck. #weoutside
 
Someone posted “Boycott The Cheesecake Factory” stickers all over the walls, lightpoles and street fruniture around The Queens Center Mall in Queens.
 
There was a Shake Shack and Panera Bread sit – in where protesters sat – in and where able to eat without having to show their vaccine papers and A vaccinated only Panera Bread at Union Square, NYC closed early during a sit – in
 
One of those elite illuminati satanic people seem to be phasing out humans with the vaccine and artificial intelligence with something called transhumanism.
 
And apparently COVID spelled backwards is DIVOC, the devil, To deceive, divorce. To be possessed with demons. The microchip mark of the beast. And the letters of omicron scrambled equals moronic.
 
And for some reason all of those bioweapon biowarfare virus variants seem to be named after 5G tech. ie; Delta, Omicron. #stop5g . 
 
And ditto… a few days later after I copied and pasted this text from my other blagh. Protesters against mandates were arrested at Burger King in Brooklyn for refusing to show their vaccine papers and were charged with tresspassing after marching over the Brooklyn Bridge during that March To End The Mandates, December 27th, 3PM, City Hall to Borough Hall. 
 
The Mayan calendar has ended and that 12.21.2012 year seems as if it was supposed to be 12.21.21, 8 years off.  And it is actually the day of Christ as I type part of this blog post here in America. I Will Not Comply. We Will Not Comply. The only thng constant is change and some stories do not end as you expect. Baby London, Babylon has fallen And what, if anything, does this have to do with a no police state. #wewillallbethere. Happy end of the Gregorian calendar year day.
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And if I must blogger say, it was 23 degrees on this night in the middle of December during that holiday season that I found myself on one of those twice monthly Freegan trash tours, also known as dumpster diving, in that city of New York last night, that usually take place after their meetings, this one being at the Sony Public Atrium on 55th Street and Madisoin Avenue. And after thatfreegan meeting, this trash tour group of about ten or fifteen people made its way ten or fifteen blocks toward what seemed like about 70th street, stopping at what seemed like 10 different spots of various supermarkets, coffee shops, deli’s and any other kind of food stores along the way. And it was said that this was a slow night, as usually food is found at every spot, or every other spot, more than one can carry, and on this night food was only found at two or three of these ten spots, with most of the food being found at the last spot of what seemed like a gourmet natural health food store at the end of the night as in those photos that find themselves posted above. And there is also to be a freegan feast a day later after this dumpster dive of that freegan food that was found, to be shared at someones home with everyone. And from what I know, these trash tours usually take place during the hours of 9pm and 11pm, during that two hour window of when the food is put out on the sidewalk or dumpster and thrown away to when the food is picked up by the garbage trucks to throw it away. And so what exactly is freeganism and dumpster diving?  Well, it has something to do with capitalism, consumerism and saving the world.  And according that freegan.info website, What is a Freegan?:

Freegans are people who employ alternative strategies for living based on limited participation in the conventional economy and minimal consumption of resources. Freegans embrace community, generosity, social concern, freedom, cooperation, and sharing in opposition to a society based on materialism, moral apathy, competition, conformity, and greed. 

After years of trying to boycott products from unethical corporations responsible for human rights violations, environmental destruction, and animal abuse, many of us found that no matter what we bought we ended up supporting something deplorable. We came to realize that the problem isn’t just a few bad corporations but the entire system itself. 

Freeganism is a total boycott of an economic system where the profit motive has eclipsed ethical considerations and where massively complex systems of productions ensure that all the products we buy will have detrimental impacts most of which we may never even consider. Thus, instead of avoiding the purchase of products from one bad company only to support another, we avoid buying anything to the greatest degree we are able. 

The word freegan is compounded from “free” and “vegan”. Vegans are people who avoid products from animal sources or products tested on animals in an effort to avoid harming animals. Freegans take this a step further by recognizing that in a complex, industrial, mass-production economy driven by profit, abuses of humans, animals, and the earth abound at all levels of production (from acquisition to raw materials to production to transportation) and in just about every product we buy. Sweatshop labor, rainforest destruction, global warming, displacement of indigenous communities, air and water pollution, eradication of wildlife on farmland as “pests”, the violent overthrow of popularly elected governments to maintain puppet dictators compliant to big business interests, open-pit strip mining, oil drilling in environmentally sensitive areas, union busting, child slavery, and payoffs to repressive regimes are just some of the many impacts of the seemingly innocuous consumer products we consume every day.

Is another world possible. Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.

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A Village Halloween Costume Ball

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And it’s that time of year yet again where another one of those holidays rolls around to where I can just recycle this blog post and post about that same holiday all over again.  And in all honesty, I find myself blaghing on this day because it is Halloween on this day again, and I found myself taking a bunch of photos at that Theater for the New City Village Halloween Costume Ball yet again in that city of New York.  And then there’s that annual Village Halloween Parade to be found in New York City on this day also.  And that day of the dead, when the dead come to life, or something like that, started out with that guy all lit up in lights for this Halloween night atPort Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, as in those photos that find themselves posted above, and it continued with people all dressed up, and lit up in Christmas lights and all kind of lights on this night.  And the costumes are always amazing to see on this day.  If only every day were Halloween, then we would be free to be who we want to be, I think. Happy All Saints Day.

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And in the midst of reading the headline news of the day, on this day finds itself as Occupy Wall Street day one thousand and something, I think.  And Occupy Wall Street and that all things police brutality and beyond Black Lives Matter movements are still moving fast.  And as I had typed in that previous blog post before and had said in that BronxNet OPEN University July 26 2016 video that finds itself posted above, that I am looking forward to that Black Lives Matter Art Show at chashama, and so I thought to post that that Black Lives Matter Art Show is now at Chashama, until September 4th.  And if you need space to create, chashama has it, as chashama nurtures artists by transforming unused property into work and presentation space. They give you what you need. SPACE! 
chashama presents artists’ works in many different venues, and thanks to the The Durst Organization, artists are able to present their work in the lobbies of many buildings in NYC. Another way in which we can keep alive the cultural richness of our city!  And so one of those chashama’s locations has currently been transformed into a Black Lives Matter Art Show.  And thank you chasnama or letting me get that artwork out the closet once again to present another one of those Black Lives Matter Art Shows whenever possible.  And so that Black Lives Matter Art Show reception happened last week already from 6-8pm according to that Black Lives Matter Art Show Facebook event invite, or noon according to Time Out New York.  And the Black Lives Matter Art Show Facebook event invite reads something like as follows:

Black Lives Matter | Carla Cubit of Occupy Art

Opening Reception & Performances: Friday, August 5, 6-8pm
A performance by both Carla Cubit of Occupy Art and a speaker from The Stop Mass Incarceration Network, followed by an Artist Talk & Discussion.

(For the most up to date event information visit http://www.chashama.org/event/black_lives_matter_art_show)

August 5 – September 4, 2016
On view 24/7, through storefront window.

Open Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12-6 pm
Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, the Black Lives Matter Art Show features Carla Cubit’s Black Lives Matter artwork and posters, accompanied by her photographs from Black Lives Matter protests throughout the NYC area.

“Expand scope, perspective, and inspiration towards an ongoing series of future culture jams and events around this theme and time.” During Open Hours (see above), all are encouraged to come talk about the Black Lives Matter movement and are invited to create their own posters/Black Lives Matter inspired artwork (art materials and supplies provided).

Handmade Black Lives Matter necklaces, magnets, and key chains will be on sale for $1 during the Opening Reception and all Open Hours.

About the Artist
Carla Cubit’s creates small mixed media assemblage pieces using found objects and materials–often discarded hardware and recycled objects. She weaves tales from castoffs found in the streets. Her works are “highly visionary in nature.” A former resident of the East Village in New York City, Cubit’s artwork has shown in galleries and other venues in NYC. Recently her works have been inspired by the Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter movements. Cubit finds that there is no separation between her daily life and her creative outpouring: “I love the arts in whatever medium it may be; music, theater, dance etc; and I believe in religion, mysticism and the secret meaning of the unknown and art as a universal means of communication.”

About Occupy Art
“We are the 99%.” Visit Occupy Art, to learn more about past Occupy Art and Black Lives Matter Art Shows.
http://occupyart.org/

About The Stop Mass Incarceration Network
“Rise up to Stop Mass Incarceration & Police Terror. We are initiating an effort to accelerate the movement to stop the injustice of mass incarceration and police brutality; the racially biased policies and practices of the police, the courts and the U.S. legal system; and to support the human rights of prisoners and of the formerly incarcerated. We call on all to join us.” Learn more and get involved, at Stop Mass Incarceration Network.

And thank you Travis Morales and Stop Mass Incarceration Network for speaking at and bringing literature to this event.

And there were or are, DecorForU #blacklivesmatter, #occupywallstreet, #berniesanders and more necklaces, magnets and key chains being vended for $1 each as part of this reception and event also.
And there were also thoughts, thoughts and more thoughts, almost too many to mention and type on this blog post that were written and shared on those “Your Thoughts On Black Lives Matter Banners” as in some of those photos and videos that find themselves posted above.  And some of those thoughts written were:

1.  My Life Matters
2.  Listen, do you want to know a secret?  All Lives Matter.  Stop the hate.
3.  (in response to #2), yet this totally disarms #blacklivesmatter and continues the hate.  Ironic.
4.  Let’s be clear.  Black llives have always mattered.  What the Black Lives Matter is saying is that black lives in the judicial system are not being recognized as life lost.  Legally we stopped being property less than 200 years ago.  So since we are free black & magical – are we less protected by law because we are no longer property. Black Lives Matter is all you ever need to know.  #______ my life matters.
5.  If we don’t get justice they wont get no peace.
6.  Love your blackness.
7.  I love black people
8.  We are one.  No one is different.  All the same.  Same love.
9.  Fight the good fight.
10.  Keep fighting.  Keep loving.  Freedom is the soul of equality.  Do not rest until we are all equal.
11.  The people united will never be defeated.
12.  You are my brother.  You are my sister.
13.  Jesus Loves Black Lives.
14.  Focus on the progress.  Not hate.  Otherwise they win.
15.  It’s so sad that even in 2016 we are still living in a white supremacist capitalist colonial patriarchy where people of color are routinely silenced and murdered.
16.  A white male police officer told Karyn Gains “I can’t believe you’re raising your kids this way”, meaning raising them to defend themselves and resist police violence.  5 months later, she was murdered in her home and her son was shot by police.  When will we stop blaming people of color for their own victimization under white supremacy.
17.  We are a billion cells of pure knowing.
18.  Black Lives Matter
19.  All Lives Matter (in response to #18).
20.  Together we can
21.  Jesus
22.  No God.  No Peace.  Know God.  Know Peace.
23.  There’s history, power & strength of my skin color.  Always love your black in all ways.
24.  Step the fuck up white people.
25.  My life does matter and my skin is beautiful and important.
26.  My skin color is beautiful.
27.  Black is beautiful.
28.  Silence is not an option, but listening is just as important.
29.  Race is a social constraint that we reaffirm everyday.  It is in out power to change the status quo.  Love is love is love.
30.  The color of my skin does ot make me inferior.  It makes me beautiful.
31.  We all feel and feelings have no color.
32.  The skin i’m in is beautiful, bold, black.
33.  All people of color should be treated fairly.
34.  Color is just a refraction of lights, length received by our eyes, what should count is what’s in our souls.
35.  Black Love Matter
36.  Every place where you set your foot will be yours. – Deut 11:24
37.  A 5 year old child understands this you would think all adults would.
38.  If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.
39.  The character of a man is now where he stands in times of peace, but where he stands in times of strife & turmoil.  Where do you stand?
40.  Under skin we all bleed red.
41.  Jesus is love.  Dwell on this notion!
42.  Skittles + hoodie = armed + dangerous.  R.I.P Trevon
43.  Inequality is a historical & social product of society, classified by color.  It is out moral obligation to keep fighting until we truly reach equality & justice.  A revolution has to happen now.  Keep fighting.
44.  We are people.  We have families.  We exist.
45.  Let’s keep the fight against injustice.
46.  our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. MLK Jr.
47.  Be kind to yourself, and others! racism.
48.  Just like black is the combination of all colors of the spectrum.  So are black lives.  So when we say black lives matter we are saying black trans, black gay, black women, black children, black men, my black is all of that.
49.  “March through the streets”.  I’m willing and I’m able.  Categorize me and I defy every label.  #blackgirlmagic, #carefreeblackgirl, #blacklivesmatter
50.  Fight the power! Transform the people for revolution.
51.  #Hands Up Don’t Shoot!
52.  Let us remember that Dr. King was hated by the government.  Be flexible.
53.  ONE LOVE
54.  Change!
55.  Justice
56.  It’s not about the color, its the character.
57.  1 world, 1 race, 1 life, 1 death, 1 eternity.
58.  500 years later and we’re still trying to make this point?!  We need to come together and heal now.  Educate about the true history.  Share stories.  Work for change.

And as seen in some of those photos from some of those Black Lives Matter protests in the New York City area to found on that Black Lives Matter Art Show wall, Millions March NYC is having a Shut Down City Hall NYC protest at City Hall in New York City if you happen to be in the area, today being Sunday, Day 14 of their Abolition Square, City Hall Park event. And part of their Shut Down City Hall Facebook event invite reads as follows:

Approaching the 2-year mark of the Ferguson Uprising on August 9, Millions March NYC is calling for the OCCUPATION OF CITY HALL PARK starting Monday, August 1, 2016 at 9 AM. It is time we escalate our organizational tactics against this racist system, which continues to execute Black & Brown people with impunity—most recently #DelrawnSmallhere in East New York, Brooklyn. 

Please come by my Black Lives Matter Art Show at Chashama if you happen to be in the neighborhood, August 5th – September 4th, 2016, NYC.   #blacklivesmatter,  Occupy Art, Occupy Wall Street Worldwide.

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Bernie Sanders At A Tompkins Square Park Concert

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Okay, so as far as I know, Bernie Sanders isn’t really going to be at that May Day PUNK Show at Tompkins Square Park event May 1st. It’s just that with all this #Berniemania campaigning going on, and a bazillion and more Bernie Sanders rallies, concerts, subway rides, Victory Pow Wows, marches, parties, planning parties, brunches, canvassing, bus riding, actions, Bernstorming, presentations and more Berniemania events going on , and the debates and primaries just days away, I thought to put Bernie Sanders in the title of this blagh post just to catch your attention so that you can make it to that 1stTompkins Square Park concert of the year to be found in that neighborhood of the East Village to be found in that city of New York if you happen to be in the neighborhood. And Chris Flash and The Shadow had that  TOMPKINS SQUARE PARK (POLICE) RIOT 27TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS in the park last year and a bunch of other riot reunion concerts at Tompkins Square Park before that.  Well what I kind of really meant was at leastDecorForU is planning to be there with Bernie jewelry and will be vending those Bernie SandersBlack Lives Matter, Occupy Wall StreetThe Shadow and Tompkins Square Park necklaces, key chains and magnets for one dollar each at this May Day event.  And in case you have been stuck in the stone age or hiding out under a rock or something, Bernie Sanders is running for president as part of those United States presidential elections 2016. And Bernie Sanders For President! And so back to that Tompkins Square Park Concert. And that Facebook event invite reads something like as follows:

May Day PUNK Show at Tompkins Square

Sunday May 1 at 2pm – 7pm in EDT

Tompkins Square Park
330 East 10th Street, New York, New York 10009

☆☆ FREE show ☆☆

Featuring:

• Comrades
• Jennifer Blowdryer
• Night Rite
• Pink Lips (featuring PeeWee of ICU)
• The Wurst
• Skitzopolis
• SPIKE Polite and Sewage NYC

Starts at 2pm and goes on ’till 7pm. Come and enjoy the performers and speakers in YOUR F**KING PARK!!

(There will be info tables, band merch, and the latest issues of the SHADOW and Time Warp on sale, as well…)

We’ll have a real coooool time ☆

And No Police State Girl is planning on singing that No Police State song at this all things No Police State and more event also. And it seems that more performers and speakers will be added to that show as that May Day day nears. Squat The World. Housing is a Human Right. And what if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State.  Have a great Bernie Sanders, May Day PUNK Show at Tompkins Square concert day and more. Hope to see you there.

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