2 thoughts on “In the South of my Childhood

    1. If we can end the same suffering for the children who are doing their best to survive this violence today then whatever I suffered is worthwhile.

      Let’s stop voting for politicians whose purpose in gaining power is perpetuating a static class system —

      Let’s stop voting against feeding out children

      Let’s stop voting to keep them in ignorance

      Let’s stop voting to make their schoolyards and classrooms slaughterhouses

      Let’s stop voting to use women’s bodies as incubators for cheap labor

      Let’s extend the meaning of the “Sanctity of Life” to include the poor, the sick and the elderly.

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