Please sign our guest book - in memory and celebration of Brad's life and work.

Back to BradWill.org | View guestbook | Sign guestbook

Number of entries: 300 Number of pages: 30
<< First  |  < Prev  |  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  |  Next >  |  Last >>

Submitted by Comments:
Name: marina sitrin
From: new york
E-mail: marina.sitrin@gmail.com
I am thinking a lot of Brad lately. As I do that, I look to the internet, to photos, words, songs ... looking for him singing the diggers song, laughing, smiling, and, well, just trying to connect in whatever way possible. Looking for the impossible - but I know he would understand.

Brad had a tremendous impact on my life. I miss him. I appreciate him. In my life, and in the world. The world misses him.
 
Added: October 26, 2010 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Nakhone Keodara
From: Los Angeles, CA
E-mail: nakhone@gmail.com
I don't know you and I'm just now learning about your ultimate sacrifice for a cause you believed in through Velcrow Ripper's Fierce Light depiction of his journey and I want to say thank you for your sacrifice and that I admire you tremendously.

Love,
-Nakhone Keodara
 
Added: December 29, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Daniel Mackler
From: New York City
E-mail: dmackler58@aol.com
Brad was a friend of mine in the late 90s in the East Village. We played and sang a lot of good folk music together---good protest music! I miss him---but his spirit carries on.
 
Added: December 26, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Rupert
From: Washington-NYC-SF
E-mail: rupert@indymedia.org
Miss you, man. See u when I get there. Don't wait around for me, tho. If you find another accommodation, just take it... you damn Boomer, you.

Brad Will
¡Presente!
 
Added: December 19, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Luisa
From: Brasil
E-mail: luisa_ghidotti@hotmail.com
Brad's work inspires me,
and I'm just looking for some strength
to go on with this battle.
Like him, I just wanna be where I can be
usefull, but for that battle gets voice
we need to come together on the same purposes.
Wanna talk? luisa_ghidotti@hotmail.com
 
Added: December 5, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Max Morales
From: Oxacaca-Mexico
Brad-La lucha Continua
 
Added: December 5, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Sarah
From: Prince George, BC, Candada
E-mail: s.e.makowsky@gmail.com
I read Brad's story in Rolling Stone back in 2006. He's an inspiring individual and sought to change things for the better. I'm in my third year of journalism school and am doing a presentation on Brad for one of my reporting classes. I think it's important to show a different perspective rather than just another stereotypical journalist. This site is great-- it keeps his idea's and accomplishments on the forefront of everyone's mind.
 
Added: October 7, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Michael Muench
From: Miami, FL
E-mail: blackbicycle@gmail.com
What I remember first about Brad is him playing guitar and making up funny and clever songs about social justice and protest at a roof party in New York. I eventually left New York and, after many months on the other side of the world and not checking the NYC Indymedia site at all, I suddenly had the urge to see what was posted. It was then that I learned that Brad had been injured just hours before. For me, Brad's death has been a painful lesson about the very real dangers faced by anyone who cares about social justice as passionately as Brad did. Those dangers are reduced, if ever and at all, only by the company and witness of others, by the solidarity and commitment of the many. In honor of Brad's life and work, may we stick together, press forward, work hard, sing and smile, and never waste a single moment.
 
Added: September 26, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Rebecca
From: Iowa
E-mail: cavalcade20@hotmail.com
Just learned about Brad's life today. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
 
Added: August 5, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Feral
From: Canada
Once again the Mexican "justice" system (el sistema) has triumphed over human rights by convicting Brad's fellow activist, Juan Manuel Martinez Moreno (despite video proof that his assassins were Abel Zarate, registrar of Santa Lucia del Camino, and Oswaldo Manuel Aguilar Coello, a municipal police officer. I was in Oaxaca a year after Brad's assassination and spoke with many participants in the teachers' strike that became a people's movement for justice. I attest that he is held in high esteem for his courageous support of the people's movement there and for his attempts to bring the horrendous situation in Oaxaca to the attention of the world. His death is a great loss to all of us. Where he fell, may ten thousand others spring up like flowers watered in his blood and the blood of Esteban Zurita López and Emilio Alonso Fabián, who fell with him.
 
Added: July 28, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  

<< First  |  < Prev  |  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  |  Next >  |  Last >>

Powered by PHP guestbook 1.6 from PHPJunkyard - Free PHP scripts

Guestbook SPAM? Stop it!