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Beyond the Bars: Growing Home

June 19, 2015 2781 Telegraph Oakland CA 94612 6:00-8:00 PM – FREE Beyond the Bars: Growing Home is a dramatic stage reading  derived from the stories of Green Life participants who are formerly incarcerated and re-entering Bay Area communities. In … Continue reading

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stillborn spring

It should rain in the winter one expects the wind trees get naked in anticipation it should rain in the winter children should grow up you should shudder at your pain reflected in the mirror or your brothers eyes it … Continue reading

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Art as an Intentional Interruption: Walking Wounded

  Children Soldiers And the bones sing the pain of Tutsi children with parents lost and separated Some quite literally head from shoulders that could not carry the rages of  war. There is a church in Nymata where the skulls on the pews … Continue reading

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First Funeral, 2013

Forever young never to be a grand father early in your day the work of you is done you were like the heat that never found the sun the shine resting in the diamond the tune up before the song … Continue reading

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