3 Responses to “Training Days”

  1. Ricardo October 8, 2011 at 6:12 am #

    That young man who sells phone cards, does he have a phone? If so, get me a phone card, cono.

    Abrazones, m’ija. Keep on with your power for the people. Is the news there covering the Wall Street protesters? The movement is expanding to cities across the states and the NY faction sent an “exploratory” group to Washington Square Park to see if that space would be more amenable to their collective goal(s).

  2. summerhillseven October 10, 2011 at 7:51 pm #

    Allahu Akbar and All praises due – the world stage is that much better for the work and experiences you are sharing. Please share warm greetings from a friend with your colleagues there and let them know that we all are counting on them to soar & expand so much so that they may not recognize the person they once were. Love, sh7

  3. Gail Burton October 14, 2011 at 12:35 pm #

    Ewww sister . . . power to my peeps . . . meaning you Miss Thing! This work is fantastic. I must be feeling your wonderful energy all the way in Boston because I just saw Freedom Theater speak yesterday at Emerson. They are a Palestinian group who has lost their teacher this year (in a car bombing). For real . . . They are here raising money to continue to build their theater and keep the work going which is substantial. Check them out on You Tube and I’m pretty sure they have a website. (I was a bit late for the event so my 411 is sketchy. : )) They were so young and so energetic and beautiful. Their experiences remind me of what I imagine you are helping to build in Kabul. They will be successful at their goal. Freedom Theater will perform at Columbia University next week and then at a fundraiser sponsored by Tony Kushner at Joe’s Pub. . . I gave them my information so that I could hook them up with the Brecht and have TOPLAB sponsor a fundraiser for them if they have time when they are in NY.

    I love this post. It gives me a little bit of a firmer context for your experience and the young folks are extraordinarily lovely in their new artistry clothes . . . : ) Love to you and Power to the People. Right on! Gail

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