In the 1790s, the son of an aristocratic white father and a black slave woman became a charismatic French general who for a time rivaled Napoleon himself, and afterward languished in an Italian dungeon. His story inspired the novel “The Count of Monte Cristo,” written by his son, Alexandre Dumas, who also drew upon his father’s adventures in “The Three Musketeers.”
Heard the author on NPR couple of weeks ago and I’m getting this with a gift card. So excited to read it.
Feminism is worthless without intersectionality and inclusion.
For everything from natural haircare & the arts to nonprofits & community orgs addressing issues domestic and abroad…
you know what kind of upsets me though? is the fact that clay was totally gyrating those hips and we couldn’t see it….all we got was above the waist shots. dammit.
Ladies and gentlemen, I know you have been waiting for this! Enjoy! Greatest moment of the 2012 season, thank you Clay Matthews!
“Demonstrations are not designed to make people like the people who are demonstrating. Demonstrations are designed to be inconvenient. They’re designed to be in the way, so that we can stop ignoring something that we’ve grown too comfortable with.”
Paul Mooney Truth
Nina and James.