in all of out voices is this man looking like naww you really don’t want to do that!!! art by marcellous lovelace

in all of out voices is this man looking like naww you really don’t want to do that!!! art by marcellous lovelace

1998 LIKE THE WAY YOU MOVE BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE = i like the way you move …. musical notes … she got it have it ..

1998 LIKE THE WAY YOU MOVE BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE = i like the way you move …. musical notes … she got it have it ..

2011 in going back to the sudan art by marcellous lovelace // AND TAKE MY LAND BACK FROM THOSE OUT TO DESTROY THE NUBIANS WHO REALLY OCCUPY EGIPT // The Lost Boys of Sudan is the name given to the groups of over 20,000 boys of the Nuer and Dinka ethnic groups who were displaced and/or orphaned during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983–2005), about 2.5 million killed and millions were displaced.[1] The name “Lost Boys of Sudan” was colloquially used by aid workers in the refugee camps where the boys resided in Africa.

People
The southern Sudanese have a strong oral tradition; problems are  solved through public discussion and agreements are verbal, witnessed by  others. Family is important. Marriages are traditionally arranged by  the parents of the couple.
The south is home for many tribal groups and associated languages.  The largest tribes are the Dinka and Nuer. They live mainly around the  swamps on the Nile and Bar el Ghazal rivers and are located in the  extreme south together with the Bari, Acholi and Lotuhu people. The  Azande, Bor and J Luo tribes are located in the west of the region.
http://www.helpsudaninternational.org/
http://www.sudaneseeducationfund.org/new/index.shtml

2011 in going back to the sudan art by marcellous lovelace // AND TAKE MY LAND BACK FROM THOSE OUT TO DESTROY THE NUBIANS WHO REALLY OCCUPY EGIPT // The Lost Boys of Sudan is the name given to the groups of over 20,000 boys of the Nuer and Dinka ethnic groups who were displaced and/or orphaned during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983–2005), about 2.5 million killed and millions were displaced.[1] The name “Lost Boys of Sudan” was colloquially used by aid workers in the refugee camps where the boys resided in Africa.

People

The southern Sudanese have a strong oral tradition; problems are solved through public discussion and agreements are verbal, witnessed by others. Family is important. Marriages are traditionally arranged by the parents of the couple.

The south is home for many tribal groups and associated languages. The largest tribes are the Dinka and Nuer. They live mainly around the swamps on the Nile and Bar el Ghazal rivers and are located in the extreme south together with the Bari, Acholi and Lotuhu people. The Azande, Bor and J Luo tribes are located in the west of the region.

http://www.helpsudaninternational.org/

http://www.sudaneseeducationfund.org/new/index.shtml

2011 black fist occupy your face art by Marcellous Lovelace = i got a letter from the government the other day i opened and read it, it said they was LYING

Present participle of lie2. adj. Disposed to or characterized by untruth: a lying witness. See Synonyms at dishonest.

2011 black fist occupy your face art by Marcellous Lovelace = i got a letter from the government the other day i opened and read it, it said they was LYING

Present participle of lie2. adj. Disposed to or characterized by untruth: a lying witness. See Synonyms at dishonest.
2011 walk away not a slave (and im taking the cotton) ART BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE = DONT RUN JUST WALK AND TAKE 40 ACRES A MULE ALL THE CAR COMPANIES THE FUEL ALL THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS WE NEED ALL TELECOMMUNICATION TRANSPORTATION IMPORT & EXPORT OF ALL FOOD DISTRIBUTION ARTILLERY GOLD RESERVES MILLS AND EVERYTHING THAT GENERATES CASH = OH AND DIAMONDS TEA AND COFFEE BACK

2011 walk away not a slave (and im taking the cotton) ART BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE = DONT RUN JUST WALK AND TAKE 40 ACRES A MULE ALL THE CAR COMPANIES THE FUEL ALL THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS WE NEED ALL TELECOMMUNICATION TRANSPORTATION IMPORT & EXPORT OF ALL FOOD DISTRIBUTION ARTILLERY GOLD RESERVES MILLS AND EVERYTHING THAT GENERATES CASH = OH AND DIAMONDS TEA AND COFFEE BACK

2011 FREE TROY BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE
“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”
“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”
“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”

 art by marcellous lovelace http://www.marcellouslovelace.com 
Troy was found guilty of murdering a police officer 19 years ago, based upon the testimony of 9 witnesses. Today, 7 of those 9 have recanted their testimony entirely, and there are enormous problems with the testimony of the remaining 2 witness accounts. There is NO OTHER EVIDENCE. The murder weapon was never found. There is no DNA to test. Troy is scheduled to die by lethal injection on September 21, 2011. 
A message from Troy Anthony DavisSeptember 10, 2011
To All:

Statement:We write to you as former wardens and corrections officials who have had direct involvement in executions. Like few others in this country, we understand that you have a job to do in carrying out the lawful orders of the judiciary. We also understand, from our own personal experiences, the awful lifelong repercussions that come from participating in the execution of prisoners. While most of the prisoners whose executions we participated in accepted responsibility for the crimes for which they were punished, some of us have also executed prisoners who maintained their innocence until the end. It is those cases that are most haunting to an executioner.We write to you today with the overwhelming concern that an innocent person could be executed in Georgia tonight. We know the legal process has exhausted itself in the case of Troy Anthony Davis, and yet, doubt about his guilt remains. This very fact will have an irreversible and damaging impact on your staff. Many people of significant standing share these concerns, including, notably, William Sessions, Director of the FBI under President Ronald Reagan. Living with the nightmares is something that we know from experience. No one has the right to ask a public servant to take on a lifelong sentence of nagging doubt, and for some of us, shame and guilt. Should our justice system be causing so much harm to so many people when there is an alternative?  We urge you to ask the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles to reconsider their decision. Should that fail, we urge  you to unburden yourselves and your staff from the pain of participating in such a questionable execution to the extent possible  by allowing any personnel so inclined to opt-out of activities related to the execution of Troy Anthony Davis. Further, we urge you to provide appropriate counseling to personnel who do choose to perform their job functions related to the execution. If we may be of assistance to you moving forward, please do not hesitate to call upon any of us.Respectfully and collegially,Allen Ault – Retired Warden, Georgia Diagnostic & Classifications PrisonTerry Collins – Retired Director, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and CorrectionRon McAndrew – Retired Warden, Florida State PrisonDennis O’Neill - Retired Warden, Florida State PrisonReginald Wilkinson – Retired Director, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and CorrectionJeanne Woodford – Retired Warden, San Quentin State Prison
http://www.schr.org/action/resources/corrections_officials_sign_on_for_troy_davis
HTTP://WWW.2017BLACKART.COM
HTTP://WWW.MARCELLOUSLOVELACE.COM

2011 FREE TROY BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE

“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”

“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”

“I AM TROY DAVIS, and I AM FREE!”

 art by marcellous lovelace http://www.marcellouslovelace.com 

Troy was found guilty of murdering a police officer 19 years ago, based upon the testimony of 9 witnesses. Today, 7 of those 9 have recanted their testimony entirely, and there are enormous problems with the testimony of the remaining 2 witness accounts. There is NO OTHER EVIDENCE. The murder weapon was never found. There is no DNA to test. Troy is scheduled to die by lethal injection on September 21, 2011. 

A message from Troy Anthony Davis
September 10, 2011

To All:

Statement:
We write to you as former wardens and corrections officials who have had direct involvement in executions. Like few others in this country, we understand that you have a job to do in carrying out the lawful orders of the judiciary. We also understand, from our own personal experiences, the awful lifelong repercussions that come from participating in the execution of prisoners. While most of the prisoners whose executions we participated in accepted responsibility for the crimes for which they were punished, some of us have also executed prisoners who maintained their innocence until the end. It is those cases that are most haunting to an executioner.

We write to you today with the overwhelming concern that an innocent person could be executed in Georgia tonight. We know the legal process has exhausted itself in the case of Troy Anthony Davis, and yet, doubt about his guilt remains. This very fact will have an irreversible and damaging impact on your staff. Many people of significant standing share these concerns, including, notably, William Sessions, Director of the FBI under President Ronald Reagan. 

Living with the nightmares is something that we know from experience. No one has the right to ask a public servant to take on a lifelong sentence of nagging doubt, and for some of us, shame and guilt. Should our justice system be causing so much harm to so many people when there is an alternative?  

We urge you to ask the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles to reconsider their decision. Should that fail, we urge  you to unburden yourselves and your staff from the pain of participating in such a questionable execution to the extent possible  by allowing any personnel so inclined to opt-out of activities related to the execution of Troy Anthony Davis. Further, we urge you to provide appropriate counseling to personnel who do choose to perform their job functions related to the execution. If we may be of assistance to you moving forward, please do not hesitate to call upon any of us.

Respectfully and collegially,

Allen Ault – Retired Warden, Georgia Diagnostic & Classifications Prison
Terry Collins – Retired Director, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Ron McAndrew – Retired Warden, Florida State Prison
Dennis O’Neill - Retired Warden, Florida State Prison
Reginald Wilkinson – Retired Director, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Jeanne Woodford – Retired Warden, San Quentin State Prison

http://www.schr.org/action/resources/corrections_officials_sign_on_for_troy_davis

HTTP://WWW.2017BLACKART.COM

HTTP://WWW.MARCELLOUSLOVELACE.COM

1997 art by marcellous lovelace = i never understood the concept of wasting time its like i was born organized in thought and concept (my down time consists of looking at the worlds largest oceans or walking on some beach)

1997 art by marcellous lovelace = i never understood the concept of wasting time its like i was born organized in thought and concept (my down time consists of looking at the worlds largest oceans or walking on some beach)

http://www.infinito2017.ecrater.com/p/6988819/2010-not-limited art by marcellous lovelace
cush people kick it art by marcellous lovelace kush we are and ether folks from the dirty lets kick it 

cush people kick it art by marcellous lovelace kush we are and ether folks from the dirty lets kick it 

art by marcellous lovelace … we get up all the time even if they see it as a crime // master your styles // dont be others

art by marcellous lovelace … we get up all the time even if they see it as a crime // master your styles // dont be others

2009 She is Hotenttot Sarah  art by marcellous lovelace = • Life is the flower for which love is the honey.
• Love, I find, is like singing. Everybody can do enough to satisfy themselves, though it may not impress the neighbors as being very much.
• Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place. ~ zora neal hurston

2009 She is Hotenttot Sarah  art by marcellous lovelace = • Life is the flower for which love is the honey.

• Love, I find, is like singing. Everybody can do enough to satisfy themselves, though it may not impress the neighbors as being very much.

• Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place. ~ zora neal hurston

keys to life mixed in with miles brew art by marcellous lovelace 1997 batik on silk 

keys to life mixed in with miles brew art by marcellous lovelace 1997 batik on silk 

2003 40 A TV SHOW BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE write that story that you wrote, people create this imaginary world of what’s discrimination = walk in the shoes of the discriminated + they say we were getting 40 acres and a mule on land we had to pay for = no deal / bad deal 

2003 40 A TV SHOW BY MARCELLOUS LOVELACE write that story that you wrote, people create this imaginary world of what’s discrimination = walk in the shoes of the discriminated + they say we were getting 40 acres and a mule on land we had to pay for = no deal / bad deal