Community Garden Hoodies
“On May 20, 1969, in New Haven, three members of the black nationalist organization known as the Black Panthers killed 19-year-old Alex Rackley in the mistaken belief that he was an informer. Two of the killers were arrested and eventually confessed. The FBI took the opportunity to move against the group’s leadership. In addition to local Panther leader Ericka Huggins, who was charged with conspiracy, Bobby Seale, the national chairman of the Black Panthers, was charged with ordering the murder. The Panthers called on supporters throughout the nation to come to New Haven—and Yale—to protest the trials on May Day 1970. " – Paul Bass ’82 and Doug Rae July/August 2006
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Did a fan art of Over the Garden Wall. I really enjoyed the series, I loved how thought provoking it got especially near the end. Kinda makes you wanna rewatch the whole thing to find the little clues! Had a great time watching it.
Tags: ry-spirit, fairytales, ryspirit, ryspiritart, garden
Track List: 1. Boardwalk This Way 2. It Was A Good Die 3. B.O.B. Railroad 4. Tennessee Avenue 5. Still Need A Player 6. Baby Got Back From Jail 7. Money, Power, Luxury Tax 8. St. Jimmy James Place 9. Gangsters Pair of Dice 10. Can I Get an Avenue? 11. Get Your Free Park On
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