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Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control

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American writer, abolitionist and orator Frederick Douglass edits a journal at his desk, late 1870s. Douglass was acutely conscious of being a literary witness to the inhumane institution of slavery he had escaped as a young man. He made sure to document his life in not one but three autobiographies.
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President Trump recently described Frederick Douglass as "an example of somebody who's done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I notice." The president's muddled tense – it came out sounding as if the 19th-century abolitionist were alive with a galloping Twitter following – provoked some mirth on social media. But the spotlight on one of America's great moral heroes is a welcome one.
Douglass was born on a plantation in Eastern Maryland in 1817 or 1818 – he did not know his birthday, much less have a long-form birth certificate – to a black mother (from whom he was separated as a boy) and a white father (whom he never knew and who was likely the "master" of the house). He was parceled out to serve different members of the family. His childhood was marked by hunger and cold, and his teen years passed in one long stretch of hard labor, coma-like fatigue, routine floggings, hunger, and other commonplace tortures from the slavery handbook.
At 20, he ran away to New York and started his new life as an anti-slavery orator and activist. Acutely conscious of being a literary witness to the inhumane institution he had escaped, he made sure to document his life in not one but three autobiographies. His memoirs bring alive the immoral mechanics of slavery and its weapons of control. Chief among them: food.
Hunger was the young Fred's faithful boyhood companion. "I have often been so pinched with hunger, that I have fought with the dog – 'Old Nep' – for the smallest crumbs that fell from the kitchen table, and have been glad when I won a single crumb in the combat," he wrote in My Bondage and My Freedom. "Many times have I followed, with eager step, the waiting-girl when she went out to shake the table cloth, to get the crumbs and small bones flung out for the cats."
As a young enslaved boy in Baltimore, Frederick Douglass bartered pieces of bread for lessons in literacy. His teachers were white neighborhood kids, who could read and write but had no food. At 20, he ran away to New York and started his new life as an anti-slavery orator and activist.
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"Never mind, honey—better day comin,' " the elders would say to solace the orphaned boy. It was not just the family pets the child had to compete with. One of the most debasing scenes in Douglass' first memoir, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, describes the way he ate:
"Our food was coarse corn meal boiled. This was called mush. It was put into a large wooden tray or trough, and set down upon the ground. The children were then called, like so many pigs, and like so many pigs they would come and devour the mush; some with oyster-shells, others with pieces of shingle, some with naked hands, and none with spoons. He that ate fastest got most; he that was strongest secured the best place; and few left the trough satisfied."
Douglass makes it a point to nail the boastful lie put out by slaveholders – one that persists to this day – that "their slaves enjoy more of the physical comforts of life than the peasantry of any country in the world."
In truth, rations consisted of a monthly allowance of a bushel of third-rate corn, pickled pork (which was "often tainted") and "poorest quality herrings" – barely enough to sustain grown men and women through their backbreaking labors in the field. Not all the enslaved, however, were so ill-fed. Waiting at the "glittering table of the great house" – a table loaded with the choicest meats, the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay, platters of fruit, asparagus, celery and cauliflower, cheese, butter, cream and the finest wines and brandies from France – was a group of black servants chosen for their loyalty and comely looks. These glossy servants constituted "a sort of black aristocracy," wrote Douglass. By elevating them, the slave owner was playing the old divide-and-rule trick, and it worked. The difference, Douglass wrote, "between these favored few, and the sorrow and hunger-smitten multitudes of the quarter and the field, was immense."
The "hunger-smitten multitudes" did what they could to supplement their scanty diets. "They did this by hunting, fishing, growing their own vegetables – or stealing," says Frederick Douglass Opie, professor of history and foodways at Babson College, who, of course, is named after the activist. "In their moral universe, they felt, 'You stole me, you mistreated me, therefore to steal from you is quite normal.' " If caught, say, eating an orange from the owner's abundant fruit garden, the punishment was flogging. When even this proved futile, a tar fence was erected around the forbidden fruit. Anyone whose body bore the merest trace of tar was brutally whipped by the chief gardener.
But if deprivation was one form of control, a far more insidious and malicious one was the annual Christmas holidays, where gluttony and binge drinking was almost mandatory. During those six days, the enslaved could do what they chose, and while a few spent time with distant family or hunting or working on their homes, most were happy to engage in playing sports, "fiddling, dancing, and drinking whiskey; and this latter mode of spending the time was by far the most agreeable to the feelings of our masters. ... It was deemed a disgrace not to get drunk at Christmas." To encourage whiskey benders, the "masters" took bets to see who could drink the most whiskey, thus "getting whole multitudes to drink to excess."
Frederick Douglass, circa 1879.
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The nefarious aim of these revels was to equate dissipation with liberty. At the end of the holidays, sickened by the excessive alcohol, the hungover men felt "that we had almost as well be slaves to man as to rum." And so, Douglass wrote, "we staggered up from the filth of our wallowing, took a long breath, and marched to the field – feeling, upon the whole, rather glad to go, from what our master had deceived us into a belief was freedom, back to the arms of slavery."
Douglass sounds even angrier at these obligatory orgies – he calls them "part and parcel of the gross fraud, wrong, and inhumanity of slavery" – than at other, more direct forms of cruelty.
"It was a form of bread and circus," says Opie. "Slaves were also given intoxicated drinks, so they would have little time to think of escaping. If you didn't take it, you were considered ungrateful. It was a form of social control."
When he was about 8 years old, Douglass was sent to Baltimore, which proved to be a turning point. The mistress of the house gave him the most precious gift in his life – she taught him the alphabet. But when her husband forbade her to continue – teaching slaves to read and write was a crime – she immediately stopped his lessons.
It was too late. The little boy had been given a peek into the transformative world of words and was desperate to learn. He did so by bartering pieces of bread – he had free access to it; in Baltimore, the urban codes of slavery were less harsh than in rural Maryland – for lessons in literacy. His teachers were white neighborhood kids, who could read and write but had no food. "This bread I used to bestow upon the hungry little urchins, who, in return, would give me that more valuable bread of knowledge," Douglass wrote in one of the most moving lines in Narrative.
"This also shows the ingenuity of enslaved people," says Opie, "and how they tricked and leveraged whatever little they had to get ahead."
Today, when one thinks of Frederick Douglass, the image that springs to mind is of a distinguished, gray-haired man in a double-breasted suit. It is difficult to imagine him as a half-starved boy garbed in nothing but a coarse, knee-length shirt, sleeping on the floor in a corn sack he had stolen. As he wrote in Narrative, "My feet have been so cracked with the frost, that the pen with which I am writing might be laid in the gashes."
It is a heartbreaking image – redeemed by one little word, "pen." A pen that he wielded with passion, clarity and irony to gash the life out of slavery.
Nina Martyris is a journalist based in Knoxville, Tenn.

Tens of thousands of drought-stricken families in Somalia forced to flee their homes in search of food and water

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February 10, 2017…Tens of thousands of families are abandoning their homes across drought-stricken Somalia in search of food, water and viable grazing land amid alarming indications of the breadth of the food crisis gripping the nation.
Local government authorities and Save the Children field offices are reporting that hundreds of trucks a day have been arriving in the coastal regions of Puntland over the last six weeks carrying families and their livestock from as far as Somaliland, simply because they have heard there had been some fleeting rain just before Christmas.
Further South, in South Central Somalia, the UN is reporting many Somalis are heading in the other direction, with more than 100 drought-stricken refugees a day crossing the Ethiopian border into Dollo Ado camp since the start of January – a rate not seen in four years.
Across Puntland, which is suffering the worst drought the region has seen since 1950, newly internally displaced people who have lost their livestock are gathering in small informal camps looking for water, food and aid. But families are struggling to cope due to soaring water and food prices.
“The movement of people across Somalia and Somaliland, and over the border into Ethiopia, is a sign that Somalia’s proud rural families are on the brink,” said Save the Children Somalia Country Director, Hassan Noor Saadi.
“Conditions are the driest they’ve been in decades and the landscape is peppered with goat carcasses. In some places, we’re now seeing dead camels – normally a grim precursor to a loss in human life. More than 360,000 children under five are already acutely malnourished across, including 71,000 severe cases that are at risk of death.”
“We saw similar signs in 2011, but the world did not act quickly enough – and over a quarter a million Somalis died from famine. We cannot let that happen again.”
Deeqa*, 37, who is living in a small camp with four of her seven children near Bohol-Olodley in Puntland, said she had travelled to the region to find green pastures for their livestock. But now, 90 per cent of their camels, goats and cows have died. There is no school for her children to go to. And she says many of the children in the informal camp where they are living are now sick.
“If you have lost your livestock and you are not staying in big town, how will you survive? As long as you are alive, you are running for your life,” she said. “If it doesn’t rain, who is going to be alive? Life will be gone.”
Amina*, 38, travelled with her children from near Garowe to the same area, also seeking more fertile ground. She said just 50 of the family’s 400 livestock remain – those that do are too weak to produce to milk.
“I have never seen or heard of a drought of the size. I could never have imagined something like this in my mind,” she said.
More than six million people, half of them children, are now in need of urgent life-saving assistance across Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia.
With poor seasonal rains forecast for the coming months, Somalia stands on the brink of famine unless critical funds are made available to provide aid, water and medicines to reach the most vulnerable, especially children.

Notes to editors:
  • Save the Children is responding to the forced migration of families, deploying mobile health units and scaling-up its response in health clinics it supports across Puntland, screening for and treating malnutrition among children, waterborne diseases and other serious health concerns. The aid organization is also trucking water into parched communities across Somalia and Somaliland, and providing food vouchers and cash transfers so that families can get enough to eat.

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Daniel Kim, Communications Officer
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Pizzeria job offers Somali refugee a lifeline to self-reliance


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For Abubakar, it took six months to find a job. He is among the lucky ones, many other refugees in Slovenia struggle for years to find employment.
MARIBOR, 17 December (UNHCR) – Abubakar skillfully stretches the rounded dough while glancing at the Pepperoni pizza in the beehive oven behind him to check whether the cheese is melting yet. Then, he carefully spreads the fresh tomato sauce on the top and adds the other ingredients. Half side prosciutto and mushroom; half side vegetarian.
The 31-year-old Somali refugee has been working as pizza baker for 18 months at Trattoria Padrino, an Italian restaurant in Maribor in north-eastern Slovenia. He is happy and relieved to have just received a new contract for a year, remembering “how impossible it seemed in the beginning to find a job.”
Abubakar Hassan Maow learnt his pizza baking trade in Malta where he lived for four-and-a-half years after crossing the Mediterranean in June 2006 on a makeshift boat from Libya. He had fled his home in Somalia to save his life, after witnessing his father and four siblings killed.
The young Somali moved to Slovenia two years ago as one of the eight refugees relocated from Malta within the European Union relocation project EUREMA, designed to ease the burden on Malta in the wake of its rapidly expanding refugee population.
Though he earned good money in Malta (about 1300 euros a month), Abubakar could not imagine life there in the long run and did not feel welcomed by the locals. “You cannot hope for citizenship,” Abubakar said citing the case of another Somali who lived 14 years in the country without being naturalized. “You have to renew your documents every year.”
“I thought if a country took a few people only, unlike big countries taking many people, it must be because it wanted to give them a good care,” recalled Abubakar of his decision to accept the relocation opportunity to Slovenia two years ago. He also loved the beautiful photos of the mountains and the sea he found on the internet.
But arriving in Slovenia, Abubakar had to face the cold reality: he did not know the language, it was freezing, his heater often did not work and he needed a job urgently because the then 190-euro monthly social support lasted only half the month.
Without knowing Slovene, Abubakar found it tough to find a job despite help from the coordinator of his orientation programme, Martina Majerle, who had sent around his resume to pizzerias. A few months later, Majerle noticed an ad at her local pizza restaurant and immediately asked if they would consider testing out the Somali refugee.

“First he came two-three days a week for a couple of hours, and after we saw that he was doing everything properly, baked good pizza, worked clean and already had relevant experience, we were happy to take him,” said Melita Dovnik, one of the three managers of the popular Italian eatery.
For the managers, it wasn’t a problem that Abubakar did not yet know Slovene very well, as long as he could read orders and recipes. “We have also worked abroad in a restaurant in Switzerland for nine years and know how difficult it can be to find a job as a foreigner, without knowing the language,” Dovnik remembered. Her staff accepted their new colleague quickly, and today they speak to him more in Slovene than English to help him progress.
Until now, Abubakar is the only refugee out of the eight relocated from Malta to have found work in Slovenia and had almost given up before Trattoria Padrino gave him a chance. “I said to myself: Slovenia is my new home. Be it good or bad, I have to find here my own feet,” recalls Abubakar but adds without the job he probably would have left eventually.
With a job now in his hand, Abubakar has two more dreams. One is to bring his family to Slovenia whom he has not seen for seven years. His wife, two sons (aged nine and 11) and daughter (just six years old) live in Mogadishu. The littlest one he has yet to meet, as his wife was just pregnant when he fled.
His other dream is to open a wholesale food and clothes store in Slovenia just like his father had in Somalia.
Until then he is happily gathering more experience in the pizzeria. His boss is also satisfied.  “He has proven his skills so by us, he can stay as long as he wants,” Dovnik told UNHCR.
By Éva Hegedűs in Maribor, Slovenia
Read more: http://www.unhcr-centraleurope.org/en/news/2012/pizzeria-job-offers-somali-refugee-a-lifeline-to-self-reliance.html

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118139: Commentary on the verse in which Allaah says: “Verily, Allaah will not change the (good) condition of a people as long as they do not change their state (of goodness) themselves (by committing sins and by being ungrateful and disobedient to Allaah)” [al-Ra’d 13:11]

What is the meaning of the words of Allaah, may He be blessed and exalted, in Soorat al-Ra’d (interpretation of the meaning): “Verily, Allaah will not change the (good) condition of a people as long as they do not change their state (of goodness) themselves (by committing sins and by being ungrateful and disobedient to Allaah)” [al-Ra’d 13:11]?.
Published Date: 2009-04-20
Praise be to Allaah. This is an important verse which indicates that Allaah, may He be blessed and exalted, in His perfect justice and wisdom does not change the condition of the people from good to bad or from bad to good, from ease to hardship or from hardship to ease, unless they change their condition themselves. So if they are in a state of righteousness and goodness and they change, Allaah will change things for them with punishment, calamities, hardship, drought, famine, disunity and other kinds of punishments as appropriate requital. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And your Lord is not at all unjust to (His) slaves” [Fussilat 41:46].
Or He may give them respite and give them time so that they might truen to the right path, but if they do not then they will be seized unexpectedly, as He says (interpretation of the meaning): “So, when they forgot (the warning) with which they had been reminded, We opened for them the gates of every (pleasant) thing, until in the midst of their enjoyment in that which they were given, all of a sudden, We took them (in punishment), and lo! They were plunged into destruction with deep regrets and sorrows” [al-An’aam 6:44]., meaning despairing of all goodness -- we seek refuge in Allaah from the punishment and wrath of Allaah. Or they may be given respite until the Day of Resurrection, when their punishment will be more severe, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Consider not that Allaah is unaware of that which the Zâlimûn (polytheists, wrongdoers) do, but He gives them respite up to a Day when the eyes will stare in horror”[Ibraaheem 14:42], meaning that they are given respite until after death, and that will be a greater and more severe punishment.
Or they may be in a state of evil and sin, then they repent to Allaah and turn back to Him, and they regret their sins and adhere to obedience, so Allaah changes their state of wretchedness, hardship and poverty to ease, unity and righteousness because of their good deeds and their repentance to Allaah, may He be glorified and exalted. It says in another verse (interpretation of the meaning): “That is so because Allaah will never change a grace which He has bestowed on a people until they change what is in their ownselves” [al-Anfaal 8:53]. This verse tells us that if they are in a state of ease, comfort and goodness, then they change and turn to sin, their situation will be changed -- there is no power and no strength except with Allaah -- or they may be given respite, as stated above. The opposite is also true: if they were in a state of evil and sin, or disbelief and misguidance, then they repent, regret their sin and adhere to obedience to Allaah, Allaah will change their situation from bad to good; He will change their disunity into unity and harmony; He will change their hardship to ease, well being and plenty; He will change their situation from draught, famine, , lack of water and so on to rainfall, fertile land and other kinds of goodness. End quote.

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21st C. #123 - India's Africans, Colombia's Women and, Georgia's pedest...

Dooni siday dad muhaajiriin ah ay ka midyihiin Soomaali oo ku soo caaris...

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Dismantling gender barriers in India | DW News

Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern [Delhi, INDIA] - Full Episode


World Stories - The Genocide of the Herero in Namibia | World Stories

Delhi's female bouncer | DW News

A humanitarian crisis in Yemen | DW News

Xog Gabadh somaliyeed oo shaqo aad LA yaabi doonto Qabata

Bam siyaasaded ka dhex qarxay Somaliland iyo Jabuuti iyo hadalo xanafleh...



Sweden? whoopi goldberg forget donald trump is right! Jedediah debate



Mosul civilians divided over Iraqi army advice to 'stay at home'

Bodies of 74 migrants wash up on Libya beach: Red Crescent


DHACDO- Gabdh Somali ah oo Asalkeedu Turkiga Kasoo Jeedo oo Qoyskeeda Ba...

Gabar iska ooysay oo tiri: hala is cafiyo - Qabyaalada hala joojiyo

Somaliland oo Xabsiga u taxaabtay Milkiilayaasha UNIVERSAL TV & STAR TV

Abaalkii Somalidu u gashey Males iyo Siduu ugu gudey warbixin Xaasaasi ah

Monday, February 20, 2017

Mahakama yawaondolea mashtaka ya uchochezi wabunge Waititu na Kuria

Dadka dunida loogu jacelyahay Farmaajo oo galey liis madaxwayne Afrikan ...

راهب متعصب أراد أن يحرق القرآن فعاقبه الله قبل أن يتجرأ وجعله مهزلة!!

ست خطوات مهمة كي تحقق هدفك الذي تسعي اليه

Majaajilistaha Oday Cabdulle oo khalad ku tilmaamay Xadhiga Mulkiilaha U...

Bullying death: Boy, 14, kills neighbor after alleged torment - TomoNews

Xooladhaqata Caydhowday oo Dibad Baxyo aan Horay Loo narag Somaliya Kadh...

معاق يعلمك السعادة و الحياة | والله ستدمع عيناك

Deg Deg- Dawlada Turkiga Oo Saldhig Milatari Ka Samaysatay Dalka Soomaaliya


Faroole oo si weyn loogusoo dhoweeyey Garoowe: Hadii Laygu Mashquulo ana...

Amarka lagu xiray Cabdimaalik muuse coldoon ma waxaa bixisay Ethihopia m...

Cabdimalik Coldoon hadal kanuu eersaday

The TRUTH Behind What REALLY Happened!

Tafsiirka Quraanka - Casharka 38aad - Al-Maacuun- qaybta 1aad- Sh. Cabdu...

Immigration Agents Carry Out Raids Across U.S. Cities (Feb.11, 2017 Head...

#الليلة_دي | سمير غانم يكشف عن زواجه من صومالية .. وماذا فعلت به دلال عب...

إهداء لبنات بلدي الصومال

مقابلة رحلة الصومال - تلفزيون الكويت

الكاتبة الصومالية زهرة صالح

لقاء قناة صومالبة مع الأستاد عبد الباري عطوان

Beautiful Adhan - Muazzin Muhammad Rifqi Charman

kashifaad:Maxa ka jira videoga Farmaajo Ugu Hanjabay Dowlada somaliland ...

Imaaraadku Wuxuu Aqoonsanayaa Somaliland Anaguna Waxaanu Diidanahay

Warbaahinta Dunidu Maxay ka Tidhi Saldhiga Imaaraadku ka Doonayo Somalil...

Caalamka Rabata Oo Ka Qayliyey Saldhiga Imaaradku Ka Yagleelayo Berbera ...

Digniin Ku socota Farmaajo Abwan Nageeye Cali Kaliif

Farmaajo oo soo saaray Hadal Somaliland ka nixiyey Somalina ka Farxiyey

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Putin Finally Talks About Trump & General Michael Flynn

Waraysi lala yeeshay Prof kamid ah Ragii Dowladdii Siyaad Bare Burburiyay

Abrahamic Faith in the “Age of Feeling” – Professor Robert George and Sh...

الشروق تحقق كنوز الجن 13/02/2017 - كاملة

الشروق تحقق الجزار دولة داخل دولة عصابات لبيع قطع غيار السيارات المستعم...

تبادل للاتهامات بين الحوثيين وحكومة هادي

Daawo Somalland Madaxweyne Farmajo Waxaanu Karajaynaynaa Inuu Dhibaatada...

Daawo Dhacda Layaable o Maraykanka Kadhcday Gabdh Somali ah oo Kitaabka ...