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Immortal Technique Freedom Song by AV

  Immortal Technique – Freedom Song I have a life and it has a purpose So I’d die for my people than live worthless Incarcerated for my beliefs & given name Immortal Technique   They’ve got an eye on us Keepin’ us confined Saying it’s just a conspiracy theory Stealing land and bombing innocent people Read More…

Angela Davis Freedom Song IS

Angela  Davis is famous for more than her notorious afro, she had a crucial role in the civil rights movement. The main focus of her political involvement was and still is the state of prisons in the United States. This person really caught my eye because of her life long struggle to strive for integration Read More…

Y.A. Interview With K.G. about Sarvodaya

Y.A. My First Interview with K.G. on Sarvodaya This was an interesting and engaging interview I had with someone I know. I asked him a few questions which he answered to the best of his ability, and truthfully. Afterwards, we had an interesting conversation about protests and nowadays how they’re a lot more difficult, and Read More…

Harry Belafonte Freedom Song by KG

  Reflection This unit on sarvodaya made me realize its meaning and how it is shown in different positions. The lecture and the film Freedom Song helped me get into more about sarvodaya and how it was used in problems like “segregation” and “apartheid”. I never knew on how important this unit was to all and what would Read More…

Myles Horton Freedom Song by YLS

Reflection: This man was a fighter even though the civil right fight wasn’t even his and inspired many to do something that otherwise they would not do. Sarvodaya is base the rising of everyone and the equality to all the living things Myles Horton show this things.  Myles Horton Freedom Song I’m just Myles Horton Read More…

Septima Poinsette Clark’s Freedom Song by DM

Reflection The purpose of this assignment was to write about a civil rights activist as if I were them. While writing about the person we chose, we were suppose to explain how they faced and used Sarvoaya, one of Gandhi’s four princables, to over come their conflicts. I chose Septima Poinsette Clark, a civil rights Read More…

Kwame Toure (Stokely Carmichael) Y.A.

Stokely Carmichael was a true civil rights leader who formed the Students Nonviolent Coordinating Comittee (SNCC). He led many freedom riders and protests as well. Inspired by two African leaders he was close with, Stokely changed his name to Kwame Toure, borrowed from Kwame Nkrumah and Ahmed Sekou Toure. Kwame Toure united many people during Read More…

Harvey Milk’s Freedom Song by VC

Reflection  Throughout the whole week we have learned the meaning of Sarvodaya from many perspectives. The meaning of Sarvodaya is that everyone is equal, and we are not segregated into groups. I believe that Sarvodaya exists in some places not all. It depends on where you are, because I know many places that are still Read More…

Tenzin Gyatso’s freedom song by SN

 Hearing Satish Kumar’s lecture and learning the meaning of Sarvodaya, I can closely relate to the meaning: setting everyone in equal status among each other, starting from the lowest.  Having to do a freedom song based on a person that fits the meaning of Sarvodaya, I choose Tenzin Gyatso.  He won the Nobel Peace Prize Read More…

Apartheid Interview

Apartheid was a system of legal, heavily enforced segregation in South Africa from 1948 to 1994. It was developed and enforced by the minority party of Afrikaners, South Africans of Dutch, German and French descent. South African politics are very volatile because of the large mix of people in the country. The population is a Read More…