Tag: freedom


  • Dal blog “Il Perdilibri”: Iniziativa Bisarca 2020

    Ho scoperto che comincio ad apprezzare gli esercizi di scrittura ma, soprattutto, il confronto con gli altri. Ho colto la palla al balzo con il Concorso Bisarca, qualche settimana fa, pensando che il tema della libertà fosse in qualche modo nelle mie corde, anche se per me troppo vasto e difficile da esprimere e rappresentare […]

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  • Happy WordPress Anniversary

    Happy WordPress Anniversary

    Yesterday a little orange bullet point notification reminded me that seven years ago I registered on WordPress and this is to be considered some sort of achievement. That inevitably brought me a faint whiff from the past and I could see myself writing my first post and then publishing it with some hesitation. That very […]

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  • #Art # Freedom #Hope

    #Art # Freedom #Hope

    Dedico este espaço à apresentção breve de um projecto que adorei e que merece ser divulgado. Assim se apresenta o eclético artista:   «Creio que me podes chamar DZzzz, Gavião, Fly, The Night Fly, Saco, Nasty-O, Cucumber Slice, Zura, Zurara, e Dzzzzura que eu …reconhecerei o teu chamado! Mas se queres mesmo saber a minha mãe chama-me, sempre […]

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  • #StreetArt

    #StreetArt

    The Central Club mural in London Street  (Reading, GB), was completed in 1990 and depicts the history of black culture blending figures such as Malcolm X with representatives from the local black community. One of these figures is Terrance ‘Jeff’ Allamby, a campaigner who lobbied for the club to open, who was shot dead in 1996. He is pictured […]

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  • Storie, identità, voci e colori per Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: non siamo tutti uguali

    Storie, identità, voci e colori per Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: non siamo tutti uguali

    «If you followed the media you’d think that everybody in Africa was starving to death, and that’s not the case; so it’s important to engage with the other Africa.» «Da quello che dicono i media si è indotti a pensare che tutti gli africani stiano morendo di fame, tuttavia non è così; è importante confrontarsi anche […]

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  • Translature supports protest against political prisoners’ detention in Angola

    Translature is an experiment and was conceived as a literary blog. However, studying and exploring literature inevitably implies sneaking through multiple disciplines and forms of art and expressions that are intertwined. Among many other things, literature and politics often go hand-in-hand, but in some places this legacy can be much more intimate than elsewhere. To start with, the multilingual […]

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