POOR Magazine is a poor people led/indigenous people led, grassroots non-profit,arts organization dedicated to providing revolutionary media access, art, education and advocacy to silenced youth, adults and elders in poverty across the globe.
All of POOR's programs are focused on providing non-colonizing, community-based and community-led media, art and education with the goals of creating access for silenced voices, preserving and degentrifying rooted communities of color and re-framing the debate on poverty, landlessness, indigenous resistance, disability and race locally and globally.
|Revolutionary Journalism, poetry, & prose on issues of poverty, racism, disability, in/migration, border fascism, incarceration, welfare (de)form, profiling, indigenous resistance, art, media, and more by the folks who experience these struggles first-hand.|
(POOR Magazine -The print edition- Is currently out of print due to lack of funding. Some copies of Volume #4: MOTHERS still available by mail order. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Blogs and Journalizm by Poverty Skolaz locally and globally linked below:
When future terrorist acts occur, they will be used by the power elite to cause the public “voluntarily” to request greater control over people’s minds and bodies here in Amerikka by the power elite for security of all in the form of a one world government (and religion). Religion is another form of government because it controls the way people think.
The Poor Magazine Family Visual Artist Mutual Support Networks and the Art of Resistance Movement presents:
In the Spirit of Proverbs 29:18
The Visual Secret Powers of Grassroots Activism.
Our Mission: For over 40 plus years, a mass number of our Beloved Family Members, have repeatedly been taken captive, wrongfully convicted, shackled inside of all manner of state sponsored Human Torture Chambers- and then tormented by the openly anti-christian conditions of becoming almost completely:
Youth Together has been supporting Oakland high schoolers with youth-led programs for 20 years. But this year, they were denied funding from the Oakland Fund for Children and Families, the city agency that has historically supported them. Youth Together could be in trouble, and they are asking for community support as they oppose the funding decision at the Oakland City Council meeting this Tuesday, May 24.
My name is Cassandra, from Poor Magazine. Today I’m talking about borders. I do not believe in borders due to the fact that I come from migrant family members that immigrated from Nayarit, Mexico to the United States twenty five years ago. I will also be talking about the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People and it’s importance in the upcoming election.