Re-ViewsForTheREvoluTion


Review for Revolution

Revolutionary unseen artists, silenced voices, theatre, books, films, music, spoken word, performance, actions and events

Not Ghost Town, But Homefulness Town: Re-Views for the REvoluTion

April 14, 2014

At POOR Magazine's indigenous news-making circle we call Community Newsroom this April there was a storming result of women and organizations coming together with holiness to lead the circle. We got visitors from other parts of the country, and what they said confirmed that for some reason, gentrification and mistreatment is going on all over the United States. Our visitors came from Detroit to screen their film, “We Are Not Ghosts.”

Freedom Now! --A PNN ReViEWS fOr tHe ReVOLuTiOn

Freedom Now! is a collaborative effort between community activists, artists, and scholars that reveals the organized abandonment resulting from the material desires of dominant social groups in Los Angeles. Freedom Now! is an example of work that bridges social action and education, and calls toward those in the streets willing to face up to what is killing us.

Best Kept Secret: Documentary Review

 

In the Best Kept Secret the filmmakers come together through interview to create a seemingly reflective film about a high school graduating class of students with autism from JFK High School in Newark, New Jersey.

“DETOURED My Journey from Darkness to Light “ A memoir by Jesse De La Cruz- a ReViEws4theReVoLuTion Book review

“DETOURED My Journey from Darkness to Light “

A memoir by Jesse De La Cruz - a ReView4theRevolution Book Review

 

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