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By David Winner, Rio Ferdinand
Candid, outspoken and supremely sincere, and together with interviews with these just about him, #2Sides is Rio's specific tale: from his early days in Peckham, via to choosing up the Champions League trophy on a wet summer's evening in Moscow, #2Sides is the tell-all account of a rare and arguable lifestyles within the online game. On successful and wasting; on protecting and attacking; on Moyes, administration and fellow avid gamers; on John Terry, misplaced friendships and ongoing rivalries; at the love and hate of the gorgeous video game; and on taking part in for membership, state and for your self - this can be a complete spectrum of lifestyles on the very most sensible of the footballing tree, and an exceptional retrospective of a really interesting profession.
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Just as Robeson was arriving in Harlem, then, a movement was brewing that would ultimately help guide the path of his career. The demographics of the neighborhood in Manhattan that lies north of Central Park and is known as Harlem started to change in the early twentieth century. Due to a variety of circumstances and the energies of an enterprising black realtor, African American families streamed into the buildings flanking Fifth and Sixth Avenues and the streets around 135th. Though they were charged higher rents than other tenants, many African Americans were happy to leave the crowded midtown neighborhoods of San Juan Hill and the Tenderloin.
His sentence was ultimately commuted in 1921, but not before Debs ran again for president from jail and garnered nearly a million votes. The postwar repression of civil liberties was most vehemently demonstrated in the Palmer Raids around 1920, in which thousands were arrested and held without charge. “Big Bill” Haywood, a leader of the radical Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) labor union, was sentenced to prison for supporting striking for fair pay during the war. Emma Goldman, who later became friends with Robeson and his wife, was promptly deported for her anarchist political activism.
Robeson’s intuition to abandon law served him well and before too long a promising theatrical opportunity surfaced. Following a letter of introduction from Augustin Duncan, who had directed Taboo, Robeson was approached by Kenneth Macgowan of the Provincetown Players about reading for a part in Eugene O’Neill’s new play All God’s Chillun Got Wings. ” Robeson’s graceful presence impressed the group at the audition, and he got the part of Jim Harris. The Provincetown Players, based in Greenwich Village, had been formed by a group of artists who shared their work while vacationing on the Massachusetts coast, hence the name, in 1915.
#2Sides: My Autobiography by David Winner, Rio Ferdinand