Ayyub Abdul-Alim is a Hero!!. The sacrifice he made for the safety and security of the Muslims against the indecent spy and entrapment tactics law enforcement were trying to recruit for will not be in vain. Siham Nafai betrayed her fellow Muslim brothers and sisters for money and citizenship & she enjoys her freedom in this country to continue her indecent work for pay. Ayyub…
Jury posed a question to the court asking for a better definition of reasonable doubt before resuming deliberations.
Update from the courthouse, video by Hampshire Student R.S.
[Vanessa Lynch | @drvonskillet]
If we don’t stand for justice, who will?
Please consider joining us tomorrow as we enter the last day of Ayyub’s trial. We are not standing vigil and sitting in court all day for Ayyub. We are doing it because it is the right thing to do. Because Ayyub is one person who got tangled in the web of injustice, but because as human beings we are all connected, and what happens to one of us affects us all. Frederick Douglass said, “Power concedes nothing without a demand.” We are here to demand Justice for Ayyub. Ayyub Abdul-Alim is innocent and should not have spent the last two years in jail for having the courage to speak the truth.
For those interested in sitting in solidarity in the court, be inside by 8:45.
50 State Street, Springfield, Floor 3, Courtroom 2, Wear blue.
For those who are watching the trial, offering prayers, sharing information, thank you.
Tomorrow we stand with Ayyub.Vanessa Lynch
The struggle continues.
- Facing gun charges Ayyub Abdul Alim accuses Springfield police, FBI of planting weapon
- Trial begins for Springfield man
- Bill Newman Show
- Ayyub Speaks From Jail
Monday, April 14
Day 3 of Trial Begins
50 State Street
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5. White Privilege is never being told to, “get over slavery”.
— The realest.
In this body of work titled Icons of a Metropolis, Nigerian photographer and multimedia artist Ade Adekola conceptualises the story of Nigerian migrants in foreign Western cities through Lagos archetypes - the oil scavenger, the cart pusher, the scrap merchant, the street vendor, the traffic policeman, and such, that all represent and capture Lagos life in some way.
Using these representations, Adekola juxtaposes them against the backgrounds of foreign cities in places frequented by Nigerian immigrants to Europe, such as England and Italy, creating imagery that isn’t far from the reality of many migrants who reach these shores.
All Africa, All the time.
That is all.
One Nation Under SurveillanceA One-Day Conference about Building Networks of Solidarity In Defiance of NSA Spying & the Erosion of Democratic Rights.
Vanessa Lynch/Zorlu @drvonskillet