English Translation:

Noble Souls are gone in the wind
To those who are killed in the labor camp---

There is a big chimney in Sujatun.
The smoke is rising slowly into the sky.
Have you seen the noble souls, streaming in the wind.

The hands with the knives are trembling.
Keeping silent with their masks on.
However,their eyes still show the evil that threatened and lured them.

These incisions covered their hands with blood which can never be washed away.
They have fallen into bottomless pit.

Underneath the azure sky.
Please do not torture the kindness
Underneath the azure sky
Please do not torture the kindness

Reach out your hands!
We don’t want to keep silent anymore
Reach out your hands
We can’t keep silent anymore

The noble souls are gone with the wind.

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As unrest continues in the US after the death of George Floyd, talk show diva-producer-philanthropist Oprah Winfrey feels people in the US are not only fighting police violence against black people but with systemic racism as well. Winfrey said, "So the question that's been on my mind is are we willing to finally face at this moment, the reality and step into what can be a watershed moment and also what exactly will we do? Where do we go from here?," she added. This question led her towards the two-hour special "OWN Spotlight: Where Do We Go From Here?", in which she discusses systemic racism in the US. In the special, Winfrey speaks with a range of Black thought leaders, activists, and artists about systematic racism and the current state of the US. "I've been having private conversations with friends and thought leaders about what's next and where we go from here. I thought it would be both of interest and service to bring their ideas, concerns and comments into a national spotlight." The special was planned in the wake of African American man Floyd's death in police custody which has led to mass protests across the US against systemic racism and police brutality and reignited the Black Lives Matter movement.
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—Listen, do not translate. Oui.

-

“Oh, ” sighs the Parson,
and sits upon a stump.
“They are gone. The stars are gone.”

“Gone, ” says the creek.
“Gone, ” says the bird.
“Gone, ” says the wind.

“Oh! ” cries the Parson, “this will not do! ”
and rises from his stump.
“We must bless this dawn with song! ”

“With song! ” cries the creek.
“With song! ” cries the bird.
“With song! ” cries the wind.

“Sing! ” entreats the Parson,
and stands upon his stump.
“Sing écumeux! ”

“Écumeux, ” says the creek.
“Écumeux, ” says the bird.
“Écumeux, ” says the wind.

“Non! ” scolds the Parson,
“sing écumuex! ”
conducting from his stump.

“Écumeux! ” sings the creek.
“Écumeux! ” sings the bird.
“Écumeux! ” sings the wind.

“Oui! ” lauds the Parson. “Écumeux! ”
and leaps into the air,
singing,

“Oui, écumeux, écumeux, écumeux! ”
and leaves this earthen world.
“Écumeux! ”

“Goodbye, ” sings the creek.
“Goodbye, ” sings the bird.
“Goodbye, ” sings the wind.

“Non! ” comes a voice.
“I am the sky. I am the cloud.
I am the rain that greens this blesséd place.

I am the meadow.
I am the wildflower.
I am the song of ecstasy! ”

“Oui! ” says the creek.
“Oui! ” says the bird.
“Oui! ” says the wind. “He is the song of ecstasy! ”

Hanque O . . .

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Strange object found by chance in google street view. We were watching with a friend and suddenly wonder: What is it? And we began to imvestigate. The address is : 262 W 168th St, Gardena, CA, United States (We believe that not being a blimp do not know what will)
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Race and Racisms: A Critical Approach engages students in significant questions related to racial dynamics in the U.S. and around the world. Written in accessible, straightforward language, the book discusses and critically analyzes cutting-edge scholarship in the field. Organized into topics and concepts rather than discrete racial groups, the text addresses: * How and when the idea of race was created and developed* How structural racism has worked historically to reproduce inequality* How we have a society rampant with racial inequality, even though most people do not consider themselves to be racist* How race, class, and gender work together to create inequality and identities* How immigration policy in the United States has been racialized* How racial justice could be imagined and realized Centrally focused on racial dynamics, Race and Racisms also incorporates an intersectional perspective, discussing the intersections of racism, patriarchy, and capitalism.
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#OutlookTheOutlier episode 10: What does it take to prepare for the #Oympics during the #pandemic? How can we combat #racism, especially against the northeast people? How to keep children off the phone.

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Allegations out you go!
Bastard Nations also blow
Crime be gone and tossed away
Devil Worship, held to fray
Evil doers best hit hard
Famicide thrown out in shards
Guilt a must to be chucked out
Hatred leave and take the doubt!
Iconolagny? Oh Please! ?
Jurisprudence, sit by me
Killers shoved with all my might
Lactose intolerance, it bites
Malison, you’ll never do!
Narcomancy? The whole night through
Obduracy you’ve caused enough!
Pejorist, yea, the world’s that rough!
Quacksalver, and your P.H.D?
Racism go and set us free!
Stupid is but, what when gone?
Tacenda do carry on
Uncate, Oh, we can quit
Vacillate, get used to it
War, get ready follow behind
Xenophobians so blind
Yonderly, be gone, avert!
Zabernism, Oh, how you’ve hurt...

Shadow Rai

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