Tata is still with us, very strong…very courageous. Even in lack of a better word on his ‘deathbed,’ he is still teaching us lessons; lessons in patience, lessons in love, lessons in tolerance. Every moment, every minute with Tata amazes me. There are times when I have to pinch myself that I come from this man who is so strong, who is a fighter, even when there are moments when he, you can see he is very strongly struggling, but the fighting spirit is still there with him. —
who gave an assessment of her father [Nelson Mandela’s] condition, the details of which have been scant in much of the period since his health took a turn for the worse.
Do we overlook evil if it’s not dressed up like Fascism?
Fast food wage strikes continue their spread across the U.S. this week with 100 one-day strikes planned for Thursday.
[look of the hour]
The 566% increase in worldwide internet usage since the start of the millennium might appear staggering but not when compared with Africa, where online activity has grown by an astonishing 3,606%. — more.
[how they’re doing it] in NYC
…this compellingly acted three-character work, directed with a sure and steady hand by Kamilah Forbes, brings to mind the socially conscious family melodramas of. As in those plays, people face off in searingly articulate confrontations that reveal how an oppressive world has warped them.