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STILTE / LA DERROTA MUERE CON ELLOS ARTWORK The new album explores negativity, nightmares, paranoia, schizophrenia, frustrations, past empires, dystopias, states of war, lost cities and dreams, bombings, winters, alienation and totalitarism. The music is a result of heavy sounds, dense and long soundscapes from drone metal, kraut, doom, noise rock and none of them too. Recorded live from the Estudio El Attic sessions during December 2012, LA DERROTA MUERE CON ELLOS is available for free…

We're out of words. Two more black men - Alton Sterling, Philando Castile - murdered by police. Two more hashtags, videos, weeping families, outraged cities, barrages of parallel stories: They were good guys, they were doing nothing wrong but being black, their awful deaths prove, one more awful time, that cops are America's terrorists. We've been here so long that Malcom X spoke of it 55 years ago, and he's still right.

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George Stinney was executed at 14. Can his family now clear his name?

George Stinney was executed at 14. Accused of killing two white girls in South Carolina, George Stinney Jr was tried and electrocuted in just 83 days. Police said that Stinney confessed to the crimes and, although there was no physical evidence, he was charged with capital murder, tried, convicted and executed by the state

Buck caricature - A long standing racial stereotype that suggests that Black males are sexual predators or sexual beasts, are endowed with extremely large genitals, and that such males should be feared by white women and desired by black women. Buck is wild as a deer. He has no desire to take care of his family, and he has an insatiable appetite for women. Buck is a black man (usually muscular or tall) who defies white will and is largely destructive to American society. He is usually…

Last Rituals by Yrsa Sigurdardotir - (Iceland) It isn't long before Thóra and her associate, Matthew Reich, uncover the deceased student's obsession with Iceland's grisly history of torture, execution, and witch hunts. But there are very contemporary horrors hidden in the long, cold shadow of dark traditions. And for two suddenly endangered investigators, nothing is quite what it seems . . . and no one can be trusted. (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)

Ok this is my story! my mom was riding with someone and was stop because of a broken taillights so happen they ran her name and she had a old warrant so she was took into custody. When she got there she told the nurses she wasn't feeling well after complaining to the nurse and other jailers the other offended In the cell with her started to tell them she wasn't look or feeling good still they ignored her and the other witnesses after begging for help she was placed in the cell by herself…

Herschel C. Logan A black ink on long fiber board paper woodcut of snow falling on a country house, by Herschel Logan. Logan, one of the Prairie Printmakers, executed this work in 1930. According to Logan, this was “taken from an early photograph." Logan was born April 19, 1901 in Magnolia, Missouri, and the family moved to Winfield, Kansas, shortly afterwards. He attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He worked as an advertising artist in Salina until his retirement in 1968.