Among the most eloquent of America's political prisoners is from Texas. He is serving a fifty-year sentence for nothing more than a blatantly obvious act of self-defense against a murder attempt by a racist cop. The cop even admitted as much -- an admission which later mysteriously changed, of course. Alvaro is up for parole, at least potentially, in 2021. #FreeAlvaro
The Books of Howard Zinn
New song: "Flames of History"
September 11th, 1973
New song: "Song for Michael Reinoehl"
New song: "I Think I Saw Somebody Die"
1991: Hamlet Disaster
New song: "Resign (Ballad of Tear Gas Ted)"
2015: Aylan Kurdi
1921: The Battle of Blair Mountain
2005: New Orleans
New song: "In Between Milwaukee and Chicago"
New song: "Say Their Names"
1814: White House, Congress, Supreme Court TORCHED
New song: "East of the 205"
1993: Blockade of Prince William Sound
BREAKING NEWS: They're Trying to Steal the Election
New song: "A Luta Continua (Keep On Looting)"
I Was A Stranger #NoOneIsIllegal
Resident by Hernan Cattaneo
Above & Beyond: Group Therapy
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