my life as a sketchbook

I have hidden in a sketchbook and a journal all my life. Time to open the books, reframe the story & time. Copyright Cinders McLeod. All rights reserved
the history of the slave trade is the unfinished business of the peace movement
bottomline rough:
'what do you do
I fight for my life’
bottom-line: how we fight for our lives depends on what tools and supports are available to us, but we are determined to fight’ - Selma James
bottom-line rough:
'they let union carbide into india but wouldn't let my sister into the u.s.'
bottom-line: on who can and not cross boundaries
to be an immigrant is to be an economic refugee. when i left canada, i left the those who had done the worse damage on my rights. I could leave my country of birth because i had no economic ties. i could leave & i couldn’t stay - both at the same time. if i were to move on, i’d have to move on

the history of the slave trade is the unfinished business of the peace movement

bottomline rough:

'what do you do

I fight for my life’

bottom-line: how we fight for our lives depends on what tools and supports are available to us, but we are determined to fight’ - Selma James

bottom-line rough:

'they let union carbide into india but wouldn't let my sister into the u.s.'

bottom-line: on who can and not cross boundaries

to be an immigrant is to be an economic refugee. when i left canada, i left the those who had done the worse damage on my rights. I could leave my country of birth because i had no economic ties. i could leave & i couldn’t stay - both at the same time. if i were to move on, i’d have to move on

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