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Krip Hop

Krip Hop is a project featuring people with disabilities inside and outside the music industry, locally and globally.

 

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Is It A Crime To Be A Black/Brown Disabled Youth? 1989-Today Changing The Answer To The Question

Wait!  Since the late 80’s I’ve been protesting, advocating etc on police brutality against people with disabilities however today is totally different.  I am use  to reading and advocating for Black/Brown adults with disabilities but today our Black/Brown youth with disabilities are the growing cases of state violence in schools, on the streets, in group homes, locked up in jail, mental health facilities and even in their on homes when the police are called to "help" but a lot of times end of dead or abuse.  
 

ReViewsForTheRevVoLution:: Black Panther and Black Love- a review

Movie Review: Black Panther

 

Action- This movie did not let me down with all the kick-azz scenes that kept me squealing with excitement and wanting more. The star-filled cast was amazing and perfected and the storyline tapped into my genetic memory bank.

 

Black Panther From A Black Disability Viewpoint Comparing Two Characters: (One Black woman and the other White Man) Queen Ramonda & Ulysses Klaw.

Now I can reflect on the movie Black Panther from a Black disability perssepective, it is interesting the contrast between the White disabled character, Ulysses Klaw, to the Black disabled character, Queen Ramonda.
 

Separation From The Black Community Since Slavery: Black Disabled Folks

What did it mean when non-disabled slaves were set free?

 

The Unfinished Disability Utopia, Berkeley Police & Americans with Disability Act Pushed By Kayla Moore, Transgender Disabled Woman of Color

 
Death Rumors
By Kayla Moore
 
Someone is calling the beast.
He is summoning me.
All he does is call.
I just want to be free.
Black death and the sight
of blood so cold,
my life sounds really short,
the scent of death
which smells real old,
pictures of old buildings
and forts
Must I suffer to this thing
we fear?

The Disabled Community Can Learn from the Deaf Community On How To Respond & Make Cultural Work On Police Brutality.

Did and has the anti police brutality movement left behind one of the biggest groups that have been killed by police since the early 1980's when I got involved.

Press Release Black Disabled Art History 101- Children’s Book (9/17)

Press Release

Black Disabled Art History 101- Children’s Book

September/2017

If only if Jeremy poem-song For Jeremy McDole

If Only If Jeremy
 
If only if
If only if
If only if Jeremy
 
Jeremy let’s talk, it’s ok you can’t walk
Jeremy let’s talk, it’s ok you can’t walk
Let’s go deeper both know police watching us like a hawk
You got the wheels I got my cane, you and I let them talk
 
Put your manhood aside
It’s you and I so let’s ride

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