Monthly Archives: September 2011

Watching the world go blind.

Troy Anthony Davis, a man prosecuted and convicted of killing an off-duty police officer in 1989, is scheduled to be executed by the State of Georgia tonight. As the US Supreme Court denied Davis’ appeal for a last-minute stay of … Continue reading

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From Rememberance to Recovery.

Ten years ago on this day, I was living in a city called Piracicaba, which is located in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. I had at that point been in Brazil for about a month of my year-long … Continue reading

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