2015 Hands Up In a Prison System art Marcellous Lovelace
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2015 In Da Museum Euro Girl asked the Dark Skin Security Guard Question art of hue by Marcellous Lovelace #BIKO70
2013 we never bombed nobody (they used gas to kill us) art by marcellous lovelace
2013 we never bombed nobody (they used gas to kill us) art by marcellous lovelace http://www.marcellouslovelace.com
2013 You are just a work number in the Raygunic Slave System art By Marcellous Lovelace
2015 the most dangerous one is the one who thinks art by Marcellous Lovelace #biko70
2015 the most dangerous one is the one who thinks art by Marcellous Lovelacemarcecellous lovelace works that represent biko70 and freedom of the african mind world wide http://www.marcellouslovelace.com
UPDATE: 2009 Series: Don’t Wear Fear art exhibition by Marcellous Lovelace
2009 Series: Don’t Wear Fear art exhibition by Marcellous Lovelace | IF ITS OPPRESSIVE IT CANT TEACH YOU CANT LEARN YOU WILL ONLY BE AN EXPERIMENT IN A PROJECT FOR FURTHER CONFUSION AND NEGLECT A BROKEN LIFESTYLE CAN NEVER BE OF USAGE … You can never build up with oppression it is innately evil!! Black Man Womb Seed You did not create weapons of Mass Destruction You never designed oppressive slave codes or forced any one to be a part of any detailed plan to psychologicly manipulate multitudes of indigenous people worldwide for life .. evil is what evil designs #Dontwearfear #2009art #marcellouslovelaceart #blackart #chicagoartist #freedom #freedom never be happy just to get a dollar and a dream!!! #Raygun81 #purpose #politicalart #protest #defineselfwww.marcellouslovelace.com only a negative person creates a law where they can steal land shoot people and feed diseases upon those people with no regard … thinking is power (at Bronzeville Area)
Nuwaubians petition in favor of jailed founder
Nuwaubians petition in favor of jailed founder
August 27, 2009
By Eric Newcomer – email@example.com
About 300 people gathered Wednesday afternoon outside the federal courthouse in Macon to draw attention to a petition for appeal filed on behalf of United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors founder Malachi York.
Most in attendance were York’s followers and enthusiastically applauded the brief remarks of Nuwaubian leaders in attendance. The 23-page “petition for certificate of appealability,” which was submitted to the courts Wednesday afternoon, raises several objections to previous court rulings. York was sentenced in April 2004 to a 135-year prison sentence for molesting children inside the Nuwaubian compound.
The document submitted Wednesday lists grounds for appeal such as ineffective assistance of counsel, prosecutorial misconduct, judicial misconduct and lack of jurisdiction.In the document, York argues as he has previously that the court does not have the jurisdiction to convene or conduct a trial because of what he claims to be his status as a Liberian diplomat and citizen.
A federal judge denied a previous motion by York to throw out his prison sentence because of prosecutorial misconduct, according to U.S. District Court records. Dana Dixon, a representative of the United Nuwaubians World Wide, attended the event. “Everyone should be able to have due process,” she said. She accused the government of intimidating witnesses and of other forms of misconduct. Several Nuwaubians entered the courthouse and filed the brief on behalf of York.
Bernard Foster, 42, the CEO of the Holy Tabernacle Church where the group once met, said York’s case had been “railroaded” through.
Foster said the group gathered Wednesday to show their support for York.
“It’s absolutely a shower of support,” he said.
Nuwaubians Protest Leader’s Conviction
August 26th, 2009
Grant Blankenship/The Telegraph — Amir James, center, in white, leads fellow Nuwaubians in applause after telling them that their next stop in their quest to free their leader Malachi York after filing a request for an appeal in the Bootle Federal Courthouse in Macon on Wednesday is the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
More than five years ago, a jury convicted Malachi York of racketeering and child molestation charges, but his supporters are still hitting the streets of Macon.
He headed the Nuwaubian Nation, a quasi-religious group based in Eatonton.
Wednesday, about 200 followers gathered across the street from the federal courthouse in Macon to again protest York’s conviction in 2004 and file new motions requesting an appeal.
Among other things, York’s backers say some of his alleged victims now say they weren’t molested, that some defense witnesses weren’t allowed to testify, and that trial transcripts have been sealed.
Spokeswoman Dana Dixon says some of the witnesses against York testified because they feared federal officials.
“They were actually forced to make false statements against Dr. York. They basically got on the stand and testified against him because they feared for their safety, for their children’s safety,” said Dixon.
York was sentenced to 135 years in prison.
Extra Prolific in the Eye of the Storm!
I don’t know where to start, today was good. Allot of positive communication amongst me and my peers. Just been working on multiple works of Art today. Started off on five joints got done with like 3 very interesting works I must say.
My paintings are a part of a continuation of a series I started on back at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. I got like these collages of these strong Black (African / Nubian) MALE figures in these work force called AMERICA IMAGES SURROUNDED BY IMAGES OF THE SPACE WE LIVE IN. Its sort of like a collection of garbage as a thought pattern. Imagine living inside one big advertisement. This is my idea of America and the race that every body is in attempting to get money and trinkets. Think about the way a man will sale his soul to eat or a woman will prostitute her body to feed her children. Think about the Tell Lie Vision Show Good times and how the family still persevered through thick and thin. Think about how our African people put more faith in Uncle Toms, Aunt Susan, The Good Year Blimp, John Deer, Ford and Apple Pies instead of each other.
My imagination allows me to see the social political problems of the world I live in as corruption: Black people buying Alcohol and Lottery Tickets as a form of solitude. Freedom in hell is a oxymoron. You can’t be free when you are not allowed to live at your own leisure and on your own time daily. Don’t get it twisted or blown out of proportion because I know the freedom of your soul despite the oppression operation inside the illusion we live in. The illusion that video tapes our every move and records all of activities.
Life is a beautiful thing when you can wake up everyday and feed the beast and be blinded by it at the same time. Well even with all that it was still a good day, I have a new mode for all critiques of Marcellous Lovelace keep talking because your words inspire me to keep going. Tonight was as fun as the day, I had fun hanging with my people down here in Memphis its always great to just be.