no justice no peace

666 for the children

 

On Day XXXIX of my 666 journey the final leaf has been drawn but sadly for the separated children and their families their journey is far from over. They have been in my thoughts each day and will continue to be until all the children have been united with their parents.

I would like to thank those of you who have been following my leaf journey since the first day and those of you who joined along the way. Knowing you feel as I do has been a great support and encouragement.

I would also like to thank Jacob Soboroff today for his book “Separated: Inside an American Tragedy”, which should be read by everyone. His telling the story of the children is truly heartbreaking. Take a look at his post on Instagram today Jacob Soboroff where he writes about the book and supporting local booksellers during the pandemic.

Thank you also to Lee Gelernt and the ACLU, and The Physicians for Human Rights for their dedicated advocacy for the children and their families seeking to reunite them and find justice so that those responsible can be held accountable.

‘666: a graphite journey” is dedicated to the children.

Keep them in your thoughts.

saying her name


 
There was no justice for Breonna Taylor today as I join so many others in saying her name and stand with them virtually as they face the batons.

“false narrative” – I don’t think so


 
Daniel Prude, whose head was covered with a “spit hood” and then held prone on the ground by members of the Rochester, NY Police on March 23rd, died of asphyxiation. “ I don’t think there are two justice systems,” says the Attorney General William Barr, “…it’s simply a false narrative.” To quote the Bard once again, “Something is rotten in the State of Denmark.”
 

 

With heartfelt condolences to the family of Daniel Prude.

“time for action”


 

“When the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in”…Andrew Jackson
 

Looks like the time has arrived.

no justice no peace


 
No this is not Crimea but Washington DC where peaceful protesters were attacked by police and National Guard with tear gas and rubber bullets at 6:47 on June the 1st.

This section of 16th Street was renamed today “Black Lives Matter Plaza” by Washington mayor Muriel Browser on a day that would have been Breonna Taylor’s 27th Birthday.

Mayor Browser writes, “Breonna Taylor, on your birthday let us stand with determination. Determination to make America the land it ought to be”.

Dedicated to the memories of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

No Justice No Peace