Daily Archives: March 11, 2018

The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X

“A historic voice in the 1960s civil rights movement, Malcolm X was and continues to be a fascinating yet controversial figure. During his life, he gave voice to the anger and frustration that African Americans experienced during the tumultuous 1950s … Continue reading

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On the Passage of a Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Moment In Time – Guy Debord (1959)

“The spoken commentary includes a large portion of detourned phrases, drawn indiscriminately from classic thinkers, a science-fiction novel, and the worst pop sociologists. In order to go against the usual documentary practice regarding spectacular scenery, each time that the camera … Continue reading

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Mekong Delta

Viet Cong meet the enemy face-to-face, most likely in the Mekong Delta or Plain of Reeds. “The Mekong Delta (Vietnamese: Đồng bằng Sông Cửu Long, ‘Nine Dragon river delta’ or simply Vietnamese: Đồng Bằng Sông Mê Kông, ‘Mekong river delta’), … Continue reading

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“The Helix was an American biweekly newspaper founded in 1967 after a series of organizational meetings held at the Free University of Seattle involving a large and eclectic group including Paul Dorpat, Tom Robbins, Lorenzo Milam and others from KRAB-FM, … Continue reading

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