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Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur) has been sentenced to death by The State of Ohio for crimes that occurred during the Lucasville prison riots.
Since 1993 - 21 years, some 7,655 days and counting - Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur) has been held in solitary confinement for crimes, he claims, (and I Bryan Davis believe) he did not commit. Keith has not been held on death row with customary ‘privileges’, he has been in Solitary confinement, this is criminal, a wholly criminal act. I’ve no idea how Keith has managed to fight as long as he has, yet here he is, stating his case, telling his story. There are more men involved here, there are more stories, here is one…
Understand- Keith may soon be legally Murdered by The State of Ohio.
“My journey through this life has been and continues to be a mystery. I remain eager to understand it. As a human being, my fundamental goal is simply to be free to walk in the sunshine without man’s ugly bars of oppression hindering my movement. I’m talking about freedom in the purest sense: To love, to live, to laugh, to struggle, to cry and – even – to die a free man. To be free… These long years in solitary confinement have not turned me around. I’m still moving straight ahead. I still believe in the human experience and in the notion that love is the only freedom.”
–Bomani Shakur, January 2014
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scott crow is an international speaker and author . He has engaged his varied life as a coop business co-owner, political organizer, educator and strategist, activist, filmmaker, dad and underground musician in a lifelong quixotic quest of enacting the ideas of collective liberation rooted in the philosophies of anarchy.
For over two decades he has focused on diverse socio-political issues including worker cooperatives, animal liberation, feminism, police brutality, environmental destruction, prison abolition, political prisoners, alternatives to capitalism and disaster relief.
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Monday November 18, 2013
This is a workshop, we will, together, create ferments of various sorts.
You will have the opportunity to take home a ferment or 2, or more.
Basic class fee is $25
All the bullshit surrounding ferments needs kicked in the ass so I’m coming out of retirement to set the record straight.
Learn the ancient craft of lacto-fermentation
Learn the ancients method of maintaining their food supply while simultaneuosly maintaining great health
What is lacto-fermentation? Why should I care?
lacto-fermentation is the traditional/ancient method of preserving the seasons harvest
the health benefits of fermented foods are well documented and numerous
- Improves gut health: do you suffer heartburn, IBS or other gut issue? you need to attend
- Immune system support: your gut is greater than 2/3 of your immune system. winter’s coming, stay healthy
- Improve sleep, Tune up your metabolism and more- come and see
Cultured foods are a mostly forgotten tradition and craft, let’s rediscover.
We’ll cover the basics and go as deep as required
For starters: The 4K’s- Kraut, Kimchi, Kombucha and Kefir there’s more. To Be sure!
We’ll cover the science, myth and mystery of fermented foods. Free sensory exploration included.
Fix Your gut and you’ll fix your mind- It’s A Fact Jack!
Doc Fermento is Bryan Davis (a 100% Non-doctor) a passioned food fermentor and health/diet explorer
Looking for some fermented food knowledge? Start herehttp://www.marksdailyapple.com/fermented-foods-health/ then come join us for hands on craft and more info.
Curious about gut health? Are you suffering with gut/digestive issues? Start here: http://chriskresser.com/heartburn
Hey, by the way! Most fermentation workshops start at $65. Mine is $15 and you can bring a friend for free. Also, mine isn’t boring and won’t suck.
* This event may be video and or audio recorded and subject to Broadcast! Participate at your own risk/reward.
Get your ticket now!
from David’s bio:
How I Became Known As Wolverine
I am an artist and animator by trade. I was quite a healthy person all of my life. I was never overweight (everyone complained I was too skinny), had no known allergies and was rarely sick, other than an occasional flu. Even those were rare and I usually got over them in a shorter period of time than most people. At the age of 48, I did develop a touch of colitis, for reasons unknown. My primary care physician said that I had become a bit anemic from blood loss and suggested that I go to the hospital to receive a transfusion. While in the hospital, I allowed a gastroenterologist to convince me to undergo a colonoscopy, both for the colitis and because I was at the age that medical professionals recommend people to begin cancer screening.
My colon was perforated during the procedure…
Links to some of David’s original works:
A very small sample of some of the theme park sculpture work David has done:
A few examples of prosthetic and FX work here:
A list of hospitals that have successful intestinal and multi-visceral transplants:
University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, Florida
Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, Ohio
Georgetown University Hospital Washington D.C.
UCLA Hospital Los Angeles, California
University of Nebraska Omaha, Nebraska
Daniele Bolelli is a writer, martial artist, and university professor. He was born in Italy and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Create Your Own Religionis a call to arms—an open invitation to question all the values, beliefs, and worldviews that humanity has so far held as sacred in order to find the answers we need to the very practical problems facing us.
The Drunken Taoist is a bi-monthly podcast by writer/martial artist/college professor/whatever-label-you-feel-like-adding Daniele Bolelli
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