Monday, July 02, 2007

Spoken word for the ACLU


This is fresh. National ACLU has been working with spoken word artists Steve Connell and Sekou (tha misfit) to produce a new collection of poetry on some of our most urgent issues. Listen to Steve and Sekou's piece on habeas corpus. Here's the page dedicated to their work, which also includes poems on abstinence-only education and free speech.

Andy in Harrisburg

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Carla J said...

So you are ABSOLUTELY Positive that if a CLEAR VIOLATION of HABEAS CORPUS was SHOWN the ACLU would do something?

What about soveign or this absolute immunity I keep hearing about when we ask what can be done to those that are involved in denying it?

11:46 PM  
Anonymous daphl said...

I believe your organization has done more to harm the United States of America than any foreign power ever dreamed of doing. The blatent refusal to allow laws to be enforced is beyond a decent persons ability to understand. I hope someday the commensense population take control back from you ultra liberal nuts.

4:06 PM  

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