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Blood for blood. The glass bottle felt cool against my fingertips but the raging fire on the cloth seared my forearm. Arching back, I gained momentum for the throw. These government officials thought they could lay to waste our cities and villages. They thought that the citizens would just lay back and accept all the wrong they had done to us. We wouldn’t. We were the people.

The molotov cocktail flew through the air and smashed against the shields of the police officers. They continued to march on, like robots. My father had always told me that violence was not that answer. Eye for an eye and soon the whole world would be blind, he would quote Ghandi. Well, eye for an eye it would be. I’d rather be blind and know that I had fought for my people than to endure watching the  authorities tear up my nation without punishment.

 Ermisenda Alvarez

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