Another hymn from inside the NC Legislature, Moral Monday, June 10 #MoralMonday
Recording 2 of 3
A hymn — the first verse of which I didn’t get — but that started out with “Hallelujah” repeated over and over. (You’ll hear what I mean.) But the acoustics in that space were amazing and the voices lifted were only what I could call transcendent. This music, the voices, the harmonies in these moments humbled all present. It lasts about 2:30.
From inside the NC Legislature Building, Moral Monday, June 10, 1 of 3
When I started the third recording, I thought we were going to hear from an educator, as she had been introduced, but just as she begins to speak you’ll hear the a policeman’s voice over hers, advising us that we are unlawfully assembled and have five minutes to leave. Some confusion follows. And then a remarkable thing happens — the crowd begins to cheer and applaud those who have chosen to remain and be voluntarily arrested. Then follows a repeated and enthusiastic, “thank you! thank you! thank you!”
From inside the NC Legislature (3 of 3) #MoralMonday
A selection of commonly used typefaces were compared for how economical they are with the amount of ink which they use. The typefaces were drawn out with ballpoint pens, allowing the remaining ink levels to display the ink efficiency of each typeface.