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moniquill: goys2men: awhiffofcavendish: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: fightthemane: hostagesandsnacks: childrentalking: itwashotwestayedinthewater: fabledquill: killerchickadee: intheheatherbright: intheheatherbright: Costume. Chitons. Marjorie & C. H. B.Quennell, Everyday Things in Archaic Greece (London: B. T. Batsford, 1931). Wait, wait…. Is that seriously it? How their clothes go? that genuinely is it yeah hey whats up bout to put some fucking giant sheets on my body lets bring back sheetwares also chlamys: and exomis: trust the ancients to make a fashion statement out of straight cloth and nothing but pins Wrap Yourself In Blankets, Call It a Day Wear blanket. Conquer world. That last one looks dope Squares and rectangles: easy to weave!! No cutting means no hemming. : moniquill: goys2men: awhiffofcavendish: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: fightthemane: hostagesandsnacks: childrentalking: itwashotwestayedinthewater: fabledquill: killerchickadee: intheheatherbright: intheheatherbright: Costume. Chitons. Marjorie & C. H. B.Quennell, Everyday Things in Archaic Greece (London: B. T. Batsford, 1931). Wait, wait…. Is that seriously it? How their clothes go? that genuinely is it yeah hey whats up bout to put some fucking giant sheets on my body lets bring back sheetwares also chlamys: and exomis: trust the ancients to make a fashion statement out of straight cloth and nothing but pins Wrap Yourself In Blankets, Call It a Day Wear blanket. Conquer world. That last one looks dope Squares and rectangles: easy to weave!! No cutting means no hemming.
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diversehighfantasy: lkeke35: blackqueerblog: Republicans: “It’s not genocide when black, brown or Jewish people are murdered, but it *is* genocide when white people *aren’t* murdered. We’ll figure out how later on.” I guess we don’t want to talk about this part but part of the reason that classroom is as diverse as it is is that all the White people pulled their kids out of such schools long ago. In fact white people will run to a whole new zip code as soon as the neighborhood starts to diversify. It’s called White Flight, and while I don’t know how often that happened in Canada, in the US it is very well documented how much White people have always hated diversity, and ran away from it at every opportunity. It’s not genocide if the reason that classroom is Brown is because all the White People ran away! YUP. An organization in my city (which is 55% Black in the city proper) recently analyzed the racial data of the public schools, and found that the whitest schools are about 70% white with a Black population of about 7% on average (the other +/- 23% is predominantly Asian in those schools, with Latino numbers close to the Black numbers). Some look at that data and say, well, 70% white reflects the population! But it doesn’t. Not when you consider that a full 50% of white kids in the metro area (when you include the suburbs, it’s about 65% white) are not in the public school system. So, if 50% of white kids are not in the public school system, an integrated school would have about 30% white kids, not 70%. Schools with 30% white kids and 70% black, Latino and Asian kids are considered “bad” schools, regardless of facilities, teachers, and achievements. When you factor in the fact that nearly all of those white kids are working class or poor, these are considered straight up Black schools, no different from schools that are 90% Black. No one wants to say it, but the undesirability of these schools – schools that, today, have things like Innovation centers, engineering labs, pro level TV studios, robotics labs, commercial kitchens and even working farms, things that many private and predominantly white charters don’t have – is painfully clear. It’s not about facilities or programs. The most innovative schools in the city serve majority minority student bodies. Even objectively good schools, if they serve students that are Black, ESL, IDD, and low income, are not fit for middle class to wealthy white kids according to their parents. And I live in a very Blue state. I know very “liberal” parents who wouldn’t dream of sending their kids to a non-charter or non white segregated public school. It’s not “genocide.” Far from it. It’s voluntary white segregation. : Mark Collett @MarkACollett Follow This is a classroom in Canada. All over the Western world white people are being replaced This is white genocide. 馑匯 7:02 AM - 17 Sep 2018 188 Retweets 361 ikes Racism WatchDog @RacismDog Following BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK Mark Collett @MarkACollett This is a classroom in Canada All over the Western world white people are being replaced. This is white genocide Translate Tweet 10:24 PM 21 Sep 2018 1,291 Retweets 8,701 Likes diversehighfantasy: lkeke35: blackqueerblog: Republicans: “It’s not genocide when black, brown or Jewish people are murdered, but it *is* genocide when white people *aren’t* murdered. We’ll figure out how later on.” I guess we don’t want to talk about this part but part of the reason that classroom is as diverse as it is is that all the White people pulled their kids out of such schools long ago. In fact white people will run to a whole new zip code as soon as the neighborhood starts to diversify. It’s called White Flight, and while I don’t know how often that happened in Canada, in the US it is very well documented how much White people have always hated diversity, and ran away from it at every opportunity. It’s not genocide if the reason that classroom is Brown is because all the White People ran away! YUP. An organization in my city (which is 55% Black in the city proper) recently analyzed the racial data of the public schools, and found that the whitest schools are about 70% white with a Black population of about 7% on average (the other +/- 23% is predominantly Asian in those schools, with Latino numbers close to the Black numbers). Some look at that data and say, well, 70% white reflects the population! But it doesn’t. Not when you consider that a full 50% of white kids in the metro area (when you include the suburbs, it’s about 65% white) are not in the public school system. So, if 50% of white kids are not in the public school system, an integrated school would have about 30% white kids, not 70%. Schools with 30% white kids and 70% black, Latino and Asian kids are considered “bad” schools, regardless of facilities, teachers, and achievements. When you factor in the fact that nearly all of those white kids are working class or poor, these are considered straight up Black schools, no different from schools that are 90% Black. No one wants to say it, but the undesirability of these schools – schools that, today, have things like Innovation centers, engineering labs, pro level TV studios, robotics labs, commercial kitchens and even working farms, things that many private and predominantly white charters don’t have – is painfully clear. It’s not about facilities or programs. The most innovative schools in the city serve majority minority student bodies. Even objectively good schools, if they serve students that are Black, ESL, IDD, and low income, are not fit for middle class to wealthy white kids according to their parents. And I live in a very Blue state. I know very “liberal” parents who wouldn’t dream of sending their kids to a non-charter or non white segregated public school. It’s not “genocide.” Far from it. It’s voluntary white segregation.
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One of the largest school districts in Colorado, District 27J, dropped Mondays from the school week starting with the 2018-2019 school year. The announcement comes soon after six failed attempts by the district to raise additional funding through bond elections. Superintendent Chris Fiedler said the change will save money on transportation costs, teaching salaries, and districtwide utilities. Fiedler said they “anticipate about $1 million in savings.” ___ District 27J includes 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, and five charter schools, serving around 18,000 students in total. ___ District officials said in a statement: - "I realize this will be a significant change for our students, their families, and the communities we are so fortunate to serve, but our district can no longer be expected to do more with less financial resources.” ___ School District 27J will extend all class times by 40 minutes per day, and will offer child care on Mondays for parents.: U.S. NEWS 4-DAY SCHOOL WEEK Aug 15 | A school district in Colorado, District 27J, is switching to four-day weeks as a means of cutting costs. One of the largest school districts in Colorado, District 27J, dropped Mondays from the school week starting with the 2018-2019 school year. The announcement comes soon after six failed attempts by the district to raise additional funding through bond elections. Superintendent Chris Fiedler said the change will save money on transportation costs, teaching salaries, and districtwide utilities. Fiedler said they “anticipate about $1 million in savings.” ___ District 27J includes 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, and five charter schools, serving around 18,000 students in total. ___ District officials said in a statement: - "I realize this will be a significant change for our students, their families, and the communities we are so fortunate to serve, but our district can no longer be expected to do more with less financial resources.” ___ School District 27J will extend all class times by 40 minutes per day, and will offer child care on Mondays for parents.

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<p><a href="https://black-girl-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/173668204629/fromrushhourwithlove-amelie-not-amelia" class="tumblr_blog">black-girl-against-feminism</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://fromrushhourwithlove.tumblr.com/post/173667328805/amelie-not-amelia-yemme" class="tumblr_blog">fromrushhourwithlove</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://amelie-not-amelia.tumblr.com/post/173649904396/yemme-whyyoustabbedme-wtf-privatized" class="tumblr_blog">amelie-not-amelia</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://yemme.tumblr.com/post/173325478819/whyyoustabbedme-wtf-privatized-education" class="tumblr_blog">yemme</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://whyyoustabbedme.tumblr.com/post/173323009517/wtf" class="tumblr_blog">whyyoustabbedme</a>:</p> <blockquote><p style="">wtf?!<br/></p></blockquote> <p style="">Privatized education. <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>There’s no debate. There shouldn’t even be a debate. SLAVERY IS BAD. </p> </blockquote> <p>Calm down.</p></blockquote> <p>Financial gain was probably the only benefit from slavery, which then helped several countries become wealthier. Let’s try not to get all emotional. It’s a history class. </p></blockquote> <p>Yeah just because something is wrong doesn’t mean it didn’t have “benefits“ in the eyes of the people imposing it. Maybe they should’ve worded it better but most history is trying to take an objective look at things whenever possible</p>: zellie Following @zellieimani Texas charter school asks students to list the positive aspects of slavery Name/date Mon /rs laves: A Balanced View Positive Aspects Negative Aspects N/A abo Care Forces celision -forced sex bctween po yment occa sional torte dl wece Fed not bting pyseally IF en shelter Follow @MattMcGorry This is absolutely disgusting. Part of how zellie @zellieimani Texas charter school asks students to list the positive aspects of slavery 11:23 AM - 21 Apr 2018 577 Retweets 1,756 Likes <p><a href="https://black-girl-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/173668204629/fromrushhourwithlove-amelie-not-amelia" class="tumblr_blog">black-girl-against-feminism</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://fromrushhourwithlove.tumblr.com/post/173667328805/amelie-not-amelia-yemme" class="tumblr_blog">fromrushhourwithlove</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://amelie-not-amelia.tumblr.com/post/173649904396/yemme-whyyoustabbedme-wtf-privatized" class="tumblr_blog">amelie-not-amelia</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://yemme.tumblr.com/post/173325478819/whyyoustabbedme-wtf-privatized-education" class="tumblr_blog">yemme</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://whyyoustabbedme.tumblr.com/post/173323009517/wtf" class="tumblr_blog">whyyoustabbedme</a>:</p> <blockquote><p style="">wtf?!<br/></p></blockquote> <p style="">Privatized education. <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>There’s no debate. There shouldn’t even be a debate. SLAVERY IS BAD. </p> </blockquote> <p>Calm down.</p></blockquote> <p>Financial gain was probably the only benefit from slavery, which then helped several countries become wealthier. Let’s try not to get all emotional. It’s a history class. </p></blockquote> <p>Yeah just because something is wrong doesn’t mean it didn’t have “benefits“ in the eyes of the people imposing it. Maybe they should’ve worded it better but most history is trying to take an objective look at things whenever possible</p>

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Suara.com - Beruntunglah Anda yang masa kecilnya tak harus bersusah payah mencari uang untuk membantu perekonomian keluarga. Kenyataannya, tidak sedikit anak yang harus turut bekerja sembari bersekolah, demi menambahi biaya keperluan sekolah mereka. Contohnya adalah murid sekolah dasar bernama Kervy James Villarejo ini. Siswa kelas 5 Jose Catolico Sr di General Santos City, Filipina, ini rela menjadi petugas kebersihan demi membiayai proyek tugas sekolahnya. Seperti antara lain dilansir laman Viral4real, Kervy diketahui melamar kerja di kantor Charter Ping An Insurance Corporation. Awalnya, Kervy bertanya kepada pihak kantor itu apakah mereka membutuhkan bantuan untuk bersih-bersih. Dia pun menjelaskan bahwa kepada pegawai di sana bahwa dia berniat mengumpulkan uang untuk proyek tugas sekolah. Alhasil, para pekerja kantor pun merasa kagum dengan keberanian dan tekadnya, serta lantas mengizinkannya bekerja di kantor tersebut. Tidak dijelaskan apakah dia akan bekerja secara legal sesuai peraturan tenaga kerja, tapi yang jelas mereka sempat melakukan "wawancara kerja" dengan Kervy sebelum mengizinkannya bekerja. Video Kervy saat melamar kerja di tempat itu lalu diunggah ke Facebook oleh Chriszel Singo Vicente yang adalah juga salah satu pegawai di kantor tersebut. Terlihat dalam video itu, Kervy sedang menandatangani sebuah surat dengan ditemani dua pegawai kantor tersebut. Video unggahan Chriszel ini kemudian menjadi viral, dengan telah disaksikan ulang setidaknya 2,1 juta salaminspirasi: Demi Tugas Sekolah, Bocah Ini Rela Kerja Jadi Petugas Kebersihan Suara.com Arsito Hidayatullah Diterbitkan : 21/07/2017 15:43 URL Kervy James Villarejo sang bocah SD saat wawancara kerja. [Akun Facebook Chriszel Singo Suara.com - Beruntunglah Anda yang masa kecilnya tak harus bersusah payah mencari uang untuk membantu perekonomian keluarga. Kenyataannya, tidak sedikit anak yang harus turut bekerja sembari bersekolah, demi menambahi biaya keperluan sekolah mereka. Contohnya adalah murid sekolah dasar bernama Kervy James Villarejo ini. Siswa kelas 5 Jose Catolico Sr di General Santos City, Filipina, ini rela menjadi petugas kebersihan demi membiayai proyek tugas sekolahnya. Seperti antara lain dilansir laman Viral4real, Kervy diketahui melamar kerja di kantor Charter Ping An Insurance Corporation. Awalnya, Kervy bertanya kepada pihak kantor itu apakah mereka membutuhkan bantuan untuk bersih-bersih. Dia pun menjelaskan bahwa kepada pegawai di sana bahwa dia berniat mengumpulkan uang untuk proyek tugas sekolah. Alhasil, para pekerja kantor pun merasa kagum dengan keberanian dan tekadnya, serta lantas mengizinkannya bekerja di kantor tersebut. Tidak dijelaskan apakah dia akan bekerja secara legal sesuai peraturan tenaga kerja, tapi yang jelas mereka sempat melakukan "wawancara kerja" dengan Kervy sebelum mengizinkannya bekerja. Video Kervy saat melamar kerja di tempat itu lalu diunggah ke Facebook oleh Chriszel Singo Vicente yang adalah juga salah satu pegawai di kantor tersebut. Terlihat dalam video itu, Kervy sedang menandatangani sebuah surat dengan ditemani dua pegawai kantor tersebut. Video unggahan Chriszel ini kemudian menjadi viral, dengan telah disaksikan ulang setidaknya 2,1 juta salaminspirasi

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bramblepatch: countlessscreamingargonauts: scarimor: bmwiid: woodsmokeandwords: uidu-regani: tardygrading: spazzbot: ardatli: annathecrow: ardatli: childrentalking: itwashotwestayedinthewater: fabledquill: killerchickadee: intheheatherbright: intheheatherbright: Costume. Chitons. Marjorie C. H. B.Quennell, Everyday Things in Archaic Greece (London: B. T. Batsford, 1931). Wait, wait…. Is that seriously it? How their clothes go? that genuinely is it yeah hey whats up bout to put some fucking giant sheets on my body lets bring back sheetwares When you’re carding, spinning and weaving everything from scratch, using the big squares exactly as they come off the loom must seem like a fucking brilliant idea. 90% (or more) of pre-14th century clothing is made purely on squares (and sometimes triangles cut from squares).  How did they get the fabric so fine it draped like that? Was that something medieval europe forgot? Or do I just have a completely misguided image of historical clothing? Medieval Europe also had incredibly fine weaves, though the ancient world tended to have them beat. Linen was found in Egypt woven with a fineness that we’re still trying to replicate, and there was a kind of cotton woven in India called ‘woven wind’ that was supposedly still translucent at eight layers, and wool shawls so fine that the entire thing could be drawn through a wedding ring.  The way they could get away with pinking and slashing doublets in the 16th century was partially because the fabrics were so tightly woven that you could simply cut a line on the bias and nothing would fray.  Modern fabric machining sucks ass in terms of giving us any kind of quality like the kind human beings produced prior to the Industrial Revolution.  *yells about textile history* Reblogging because it’s fascinating. The Celts made very fine clothing as well. They invented plaid after all, and the same weaves that have been found at the La Tene/Halstatt salt mines in Austria were also found as far away as western China in the tombs of the Tarim mummies. Can we talk about 18th century and regency era muslin as well because that shit is gorgeous. It’s so fine it’s more transparent than silk chiffon and oh the tiny hems you can make with it!! I have an 18th century neckerchief and the hem is about 2mm wide. Not kidding, 2mm!!! Because it didn’t fray like our stuff does now. All we can produce nowadays is a rough, scratchy, bullshit excuse for muslin and it’s horrid. I love this because we’ve gotten so blind to what makes ‘good’ fabric now - machine lace? horrible scratchy shit mostly made from poly. Actual lace is handmade, lasts for fucking EVER and looks stunning.  Regency gowns fucking rocked in terms of fabric quality - we use muslin as a ‘throw away’ before sewing the real fabric, back then it WAS a real fabric and it was so finely made you wouldn’t even think it was the same stuff.  Hand hemming is still the best way to finish off anything, but harder than hell because of the shitty weave of modern fabrics.  Satin? Silks?! Pah. Yes, fabric is cheaper, more affordable and varied than before, but it is an area where QUALITY was sacrificed for QUANTITY.  (I don’t want to seem like I’m shitting on how great we have it now for clothes and martials or anything, because YAY!! but also, I’d love to get my mits on a bolt of real Muslin)  archaeologists recently found some Bronze Age fabric woven on site and preserved in marsh in England. it’s fine to die for. they were exporting it and trading into Asia. I’m not into fashion, but I love reading about the history and evolution of it. My favorite textile history fact is that the ancient Romans loved really sheer, floaty silks, but at the time the fashion in China, where the silk was produced, was for heavy, intricate brocades. So the Romans would import the heavier fabrics, painstakingly unravel them, and use the silk thread to weave the fabric they liked. : The Ionian Chiton The Dorian Chiton. bramblepatch: countlessscreamingargonauts: scarimor: bmwiid: woodsmokeandwords: uidu-regani: tardygrading: spazzbot: ardatli: annathecrow: ardatli: childrentalking: itwashotwestayedinthewater: fabledquill: killerchickadee: intheheatherbright: intheheatherbright: Costume. Chitons. Marjorie C. H. B.Quennell, Everyday Things in Archaic Greece (London: B. T. Batsford, 1931). Wait, wait…. Is that seriously it? How their clothes go? that genuinely is it yeah hey whats up bout to put some fucking giant sheets on my body lets bring back sheetwares When you’re carding, spinning and weaving everything from scratch, using the big squares exactly as they come off the loom must seem like a fucking brilliant idea. 90% (or more) of pre-14th century clothing is made purely on squares (and sometimes triangles cut from squares).  How did they get the fabric so fine it draped like that? Was that something medieval europe forgot? Or do I just have a completely misguided image of historical clothing? Medieval Europe also had incredibly fine weaves, though the ancient world tended to have them beat. Linen was found in Egypt woven with a fineness that we’re still trying to replicate, and there was a kind of cotton woven in India called ‘woven wind’ that was supposedly still translucent at eight layers, and wool shawls so fine that the entire thing could be drawn through a wedding ring.  The way they could get away with pinking and slashing doublets in the 16th century was partially because the fabrics were so tightly woven that you could simply cut a line on the bias and nothing would fray.  Modern fabric machining sucks ass in terms of giving us any kind of quality like the kind human beings produced prior to the Industrial Revolution.  *yells about textile history* Reblogging because it’s fascinating. The Celts made very fine clothing as well. They invented plaid after all, and the same weaves that have been found at the La Tene/Halstatt salt mines in Austria were also found as far away as western China in the tombs of the Tarim mummies. Can we talk about 18th century and regency era muslin as well because that shit is gorgeous. It’s so fine it’s more transparent than silk chiffon and oh the tiny hems you can make with it!! I have an 18th century neckerchief and the hem is about 2mm wide. Not kidding, 2mm!!! Because it didn’t fray like our stuff does now. All we can produce nowadays is a rough, scratchy, bullshit excuse for muslin and it’s horrid. I love this because we’ve gotten so blind to what makes ‘good’ fabric now - machine lace? horrible scratchy shit mostly made from poly. Actual lace is handmade, lasts for fucking EVER and looks stunning.  Regency gowns fucking rocked in terms of fabric quality - we use muslin as a ‘throw away’ before sewing the real fabric, back then it WAS a real fabric and it was so finely made you wouldn’t even think it was the same stuff.  Hand hemming is still the best way to finish off anything, but harder than hell because of the shitty weave of modern fabrics.  Satin? Silks?! Pah. Yes, fabric is cheaper, more affordable and varied than before, but it is an area where QUALITY was sacrificed for QUANTITY.  (I don’t want to seem like I’m shitting on how great we have it now for clothes and martials or anything, because YAY!! but also, I’d love to get my mits on a bolt of real Muslin)  archaeologists recently found some Bronze Age fabric woven on site and preserved in marsh in England. it’s fine to die for. they were exporting it and trading into Asia. I’m not into fashion, but I love reading about the history and evolution of it. My favorite textile history fact is that the ancient Romans loved really sheer, floaty silks, but at the time the fashion in China, where the silk was produced, was for heavy, intricate brocades. So the Romans would import the heavier fabrics, painstakingly unravel them, and use the silk thread to weave the fabric they liked.
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HUMANDoD Dalam memerangi kolonial Belanda setelah kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia, tersiar kabar bahwa pesawat RI-002 mengangkut emas 20 kilogram yang akan digunakan untuk membeli pesawat. Beberapa sumber sejarah menyatakan bahwa pesawat RI-002 dengan pilot Robert Earl Freeberg kehilangan kontak, dan jejak emas seberat 20 kilogram hingga kini tidak pernah ditemukan. Dalam ulasan yang diberitakan Smithsonian Magazine 2 tahun lalu, Robert Earl Freeberg dinyatakan menjadi pahlawan yang meninggal dalam perjalanan tugas. Robert Earl Freeberg juga dikenal sebagai tentara bayaran untuk misi penerbangan asing. Freeberg pernah menulis surat kepada keluarganya tentang ketidakadilan yang dialami Indonesia di tangan Belanda. Marsha Freeberg Bickham meyakini bahwa pamannya tidak tewas dalam kecelakaan pesawat tapi ditangkap & dipenjarakan Belanda yang kemudian meninggal di penangkaran. Pada masa setelah Perang Pasifik, banyak pesawat bekas dijual bebas kepada umum yang bisa dibeli dengan pilot atau tanpa pilot. Dikabarkan bahwa Freeberg & pesawatnya di-charter untuk menembus blokade udara yang dilakukan militer Belanda. Kemudian dia mulai menjalani penerbangan khusus diwilayah Republik Indonesia dengan pesawat RI-002. Sebuah pesawat kargo lepas Douglas DC-3 landas dari Jogjakarta pada pagi hari 29 September 1948. Penerbangan itu mengangkut lima awak, satu penumpang, obat-obatan dan 20 kilogram emas, terdaftar dengan identitas RI-002 sebagai pesawat tulang punggung Angkatan Udara Indonesia dalam gerakan kemerdekaan yang berjuang melawan tentara kolonial Belanda. Freeberg pernah membawa Soekarno keliling Sumatera untuk meminta sumbangan rakyat dalam membantu perjuangan RI. Rakyat Aceh dikabarkan menyumbang emas seberat 20 kilogram yang nantinya akan digunakan membeli pesawat Dakota dengan nama Seulawah (Gunung Emas) bernomor registrasi RI-001. Dan 20 kilogram emas dibawa pada akhir penerbangan RI-002 yang tidak pernah kembali, emas Indonesia dimaksudkan untuk membeli pesawat lebih banyak. Isu yang beredar menyatakan bahwa emas batangan tersebut disita militer Belanda sewaktu pesawat mendarat di Landasan udara Gorda-Serang, Jawa Barat. Sumber: http:-www.serunik.com: RI-002 Emas indonesia dalam Penerbangan Ri-002 HUMANDoD Dalam memerangi kolonial Belanda setelah kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia, tersiar kabar bahwa pesawat RI-002 mengangkut emas 20 kilogram yang akan digunakan untuk membeli pesawat. Beberapa sumber sejarah menyatakan bahwa pesawat RI-002 dengan pilot Robert Earl Freeberg kehilangan kontak, dan jejak emas seberat 20 kilogram hingga kini tidak pernah ditemukan. Dalam ulasan yang diberitakan Smithsonian Magazine 2 tahun lalu, Robert Earl Freeberg dinyatakan menjadi pahlawan yang meninggal dalam perjalanan tugas. Robert Earl Freeberg juga dikenal sebagai tentara bayaran untuk misi penerbangan asing. Freeberg pernah menulis surat kepada keluarganya tentang ketidakadilan yang dialami Indonesia di tangan Belanda. Marsha Freeberg Bickham meyakini bahwa pamannya tidak tewas dalam kecelakaan pesawat tapi ditangkap & dipenjarakan Belanda yang kemudian meninggal di penangkaran. Pada masa setelah Perang Pasifik, banyak pesawat bekas dijual bebas kepada umum yang bisa dibeli dengan pilot atau tanpa pilot. Dikabarkan bahwa Freeberg & pesawatnya di-charter untuk menembus blokade udara yang dilakukan militer Belanda. Kemudian dia mulai menjalani penerbangan khusus diwilayah Republik Indonesia dengan pesawat RI-002. Sebuah pesawat kargo lepas Douglas DC-3 landas dari Jogjakarta pada pagi hari 29 September 1948. Penerbangan itu mengangkut lima awak, satu penumpang, obat-obatan dan 20 kilogram emas, terdaftar dengan identitas RI-002 sebagai pesawat tulang punggung Angkatan Udara Indonesia dalam gerakan kemerdekaan yang berjuang melawan tentara kolonial Belanda. Freeberg pernah membawa Soekarno keliling Sumatera untuk meminta sumbangan rakyat dalam membantu perjuangan RI. Rakyat Aceh dikabarkan menyumbang emas seberat 20 kilogram yang nantinya akan digunakan membeli pesawat Dakota dengan nama Seulawah (Gunung Emas) bernomor registrasi RI-001. Dan 20 kilogram emas dibawa pada akhir penerbangan RI-002 yang tidak pernah kembali, emas Indonesia dimaksudkan untuk membeli pesawat lebih banyak. Isu yang beredar menyatakan bahwa emas batangan tersebut disita militer Belanda sewaktu pesawat mendarat di Landasan udara Gorda-Serang, Jawa Barat. Sumber: http:-www.serunik.com

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A 19-year-old Georgia woman has fought her way onto the ballot, and, if elected, could become one of the youngest elected officials in the United States. Mary-Pat Hector, a sophomore at Atlanta's Spelman College, is seeking a city council seat in the newly incorporated city of Stonecrest, a suburb east of Atlanta that is home to about 50,000 residents. Another candidate in the race challenged her eligibility to run, arguing that she should be barred due to a state law requiring that all elected officials be at least 21 years of age. But Hector, who serves as national youth director for the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network, protested, arguing that if she is old enough to vote she should be old enough to hold political office.The DeKalb County Board of Registrations and Elections on Thursday ruled that Hector can run because the city's charter held no such age restriction. That ruling apparently makes her the youngest woman to run for elected office in Georgia. Stonecrest will hold its first election on March 21. Area residents voted in 2016 to incorporate. Up for grabs are the positions of mayor and five city council seats. Three people are running for mayor and 17 for the council. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackgirlsrock blackgirlmagic✨ blackexcellence: This 19-Year-old Spelman Student Has Qualified To Run For Office In Georgia th soulia4 A 19-year-old Georgia woman has fought her way onto the ballot, and, if elected, could become one of the youngest elected officials in the United States. Mary-Pat Hector, a sophomore at Atlanta's Spelman College, is seeking a city council seat in the newly incorporated city of Stonecrest, a suburb east of Atlanta that is home to about 50,000 residents. Another candidate in the race challenged her eligibility to run, arguing that she should be barred due to a state law requiring that all elected officials be at least 21 years of age. But Hector, who serves as national youth director for the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network, protested, arguing that if she is old enough to vote she should be old enough to hold political office.The DeKalb County Board of Registrations and Elections on Thursday ruled that Hector can run because the city's charter held no such age restriction. That ruling apparently makes her the youngest woman to run for elected office in Georgia. Stonecrest will hold its first election on March 21. Area residents voted in 2016 to incorporate. Up for grabs are the positions of mayor and five city council seats. Three people are running for mayor and 17 for the council. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackgirlsrock blackgirlmagic✨ blackexcellence

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