You Make Me Like Charity by The Knife
Main success scenario
- Trinity has spent the last year traveling around the world to join in various #Occupy protests. Her aim is to get people in the movement thinking about how they can empower themselves.
- It’s tricky though, because as much as she knows she has an impact on individuals, she still sees a lot of problems in the world, which, given her manic-depressive tendencies, she tends to find very disturbing.
- She reaches out to other folks who are privileged in one way or another — and a bunch of “normal folks” — trying not only to bring about political change, but trying to establish a degree of personal friendship and camaraderie, and a feeling of “belonging in the world”. For her, this is a constant struggle. She finds that working with other people on concrete tasks keeps her from spiraling into a state of gloom. In the mean time, she’s also building a tremendous amount of knowledge about the way social movements and political processes work.
“The Knife is now recording a new album to be released in 2012. Lately we have read a lot about the ongoing discrimination of Romani people in Europe which is totally unacceptable. The forced evictions must stop and adequate alternative housing must be arranged. Now!” — The Knife
- 19 December, 2012 @ 22:51 [Current Revision] by admin
- 2 April, 2012 @ 8:41 by Joe Corneli
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