The Diverse Politics of Starvation
Len Miskulin (native of Croatia) is a father who has been denied contact with his children for ten years. Here we see him encamped on the green across from Westminster in London.
The green did I say? Well no, looks like it is the brown! Puts me in mind of a neglected city park in Yakima, Washington, USA, in the blast-furnace heat of an eastern Washington summer.
And right now, somebody is plaintively asking: "But. . but . . what's this got to do with feminism??"
Ahem! Anyway, I am grateful to George Rolph in England for sending me this photo—along with his accompanying article, which talks a lot about Len Miskulin and . . . other people.
George's article is a bit lengthy, so I have posted it in a supplementary blog in order not to overshadow the proportions of the present blog.
You'll want to read George's article. Trust me, you will want to read it: