Category Archives: genocide

We Are What They Tell Us to Eat

William Blake has given me a framework to reflect on our relationship with the living world I inhabit. I have arranged three of his plates above to highlight our connected histories and fate with nature. The three plates I chose demonstrate never-ending relationships of language, gender, religion, freedom and so forth. But I think they […] Continue reading

Posted in Co-Creation, colonialism, genocide, Humanity, Innocence, Eden, and Childhood (1/27), sustainability, William Blake | Comments Off on We Are What They Tell Us to Eat

CAR: A Year of Chaos with No End in Sight

One Year after Muslim Coup March 24th marked the one year anniversary of the Séléka coup that began the conflict that may be seen in the country today.  This occasion was marked by renewed attacks in the capital by anti-balaka militants (now deemed terrorists by the AU) in which 38 people were wounded and at least… Continue reading

Posted in Boko Haran, Central African Republic, genocide, jihad, terrorism | Comments Off on CAR: A Year of Chaos with No End in Sight