“accumulation of wealth at one pole is, therefore, at the same time accumulation of misery, agony or toil, slavery, ignorance brutality, mental degradation at the opposite pole, i.e., on the side of the class that produces its own product in the form of capital.”
amouger: a misspelling of a village that rises from the banks of a river in the atlas mountains of morocco. a location that my brother lived in for the better part of two years and that i visited for two months. looking back upon that time, as the years bring the distance that comes with the passing of time, i reflect upon the people that move within the world: how i am one of them with all my faults and scares.
i am a teacher. a practitioner of liberation theology that subtracts the theology for critical thought in the pedagogy of how and why.
i travel, talk, write, run: all combined into my photos.
the images placed in this site are a visual display of the world that i flow within. taking part, behind a camera, of the beauty and scares that people bring onto one another presents a silent voice for the words that are within me.
“true generosity consists precisely in fighting to destroy the causes which nourish false charity. false charity constrains the fearful and subdued, the “rejects of life,” to extend their trembling hands. true generosity lies in striving so that these hands- whether of individuals or entire peoples- need be extended less and less in supplications, so that more and more they become human hands which work and, working, transform the world”