Tag Archives: Trauma

REFLECTIONS: Herded by Police and General Confusion During Labor Day Protest at SPOG

by Maile Anderson


I arrived at the agreed-upon location of the Labor Day March earlier this month with a friend in the Chinatown International District. Another friend met up with us, and we listened to various speakers giving us advice, reminders, and having us mentally prepare for what could happen. An agitator was already there with his microphone and speaker, asking us to repent, turn to God, etc. Some protesters did a good job at keeping him across the street from the rest of the group; protesters would also occasionally swear and yell at him which did not seem to phase him.

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Gabriel Teodros addresses trauma and the healing he found in music and the Southend on his new album

by Reagan Jackson

The Southend’s own hip-hop artist Gabriel Teodros dropped a new album last week called History Rhymes if it Doesn’t Repeat  (A Southend Healing Ritual). Teodros  grew up first in Columbia City then in Beacon Hill and got his start as a rapper as a part of the group Abyssinian Creole. In 2007 he released his first solo album, Lovework.

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