Diversity, Part Three

In response to everything that was happening at Twin Oaks and beyond (see Parts One and Two), Theresa wrote this response:

Needless to say, lots of comments. Here they all are:

Tomorrow, the death of a black activist who was part of a black commune in the seventies and eighties, that was described as a “fusion of black power and flower power.” The police raided them in the seventies in a violent shoot out and in the eighties, after lobbing tear gas at them and firing more than ten thousand rounds of ammunition at the house, dropped two one-pound bombs on the house, killing eleven people in the house including five children.

Diversity, Part Three

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