Whatever brings me wonder and awe
God weeps because the failure to condemn Israeli war crimes by our political establishment and our compliant media betrays the memory of those killed in other genocides, from the Holocaust to Cambodia to Rwanda to Bosnia. God weeps because we have failed to learn the fundamental lesson of the Holocaust, which is not that Jews are unique or eternal victims, but that when you have the capacity to stop genocide, and you do not, you are culpable. And we [Americans], who provide 95 percent of Israel’s weapons, are very culpable. Chris Hedges (via azspot)
(6,374 plays)I think constantly about connection and loneliness and community and belonging, and a great deal, perhaps too much, of how my writing evidences me working through the intersections of these things. So many of us are reaching out, hoping someone out there will grab our hands and remind us we are not as alone as we fear.
Roxane Gay in Bad Feminist
Song: “You Ain’t Alone” by Alabama Shakes
For those who like their art pure of social issues, I must say-F*** ***! buddy, theatre IS a social entity. It can dull the minds of the citizens, it can wipe out guilt, it can teach all to accept the Great Society and the Amaaaaarican way of life (just like the movies, Ma) or it can look to changing that society… and that’s political. R.G. Davis, Guerrilla Theater, The Tulane Drama Review, Vol. 10, No. 4 (Summer, 1966), pp. 130-136 (via mikerugnetta)
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