We experience in a world divided by many demographics: race, religion, age, sexual orientation, politics, geography, other - but what we all have in common is the quest for freedom and to understand life. If you can't be passionate about something, you are just existing and are not free. It would appear - by its very nature - the human experiment is not programmed to ever be free until we return to consciousness.
At a time when we should be united as a nation to face terrorist threats ... we find ... memories and the continuation of the violation of civil rights which will grow now that the weather is no longer a priority. The 19th century highlighted with the Civil War ... the 20th century civil rights movements ... the 21st century ... the battles at home continue. Protestors resume after a winter hiatus chanting in unison and grief: "Black lives matter."
50 years after the March on Selma
Obama praises Selma 'heroes' 50 years after march BBC - March 7, 2015
50 years later, a new angle of the march on Selma Selma CNN - March 7, 2015
Current events focus on the shooting deaths of black males in the US:
Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri
Eric Garner in Staten Island, NY
Tony Robinson in Wisconsin
2015 Theme: Make It Happen
International Women's Day
Women seem are another minority fighting for freedom since the beginning of time making slow gains in a male dominated world.
This year International Women's Day takes me the speech actress Patricia Arquette gave when receiving an Oscar for Best Actress In A Supporting Role last month - it was all about wage equality for women in the workplace. She currently stars in CSI Cyber which is totally the way I feel crime solving should be. It's what drew me to Person of Interest and other shows of that kind. Our reality - in one form or another - is a cyber experience.
How are you a minority: race, religion, sexual orientation, age, learning challenges, other?
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