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Black Disabled South African College Student, Kanyisa Ntombini, Talks About Student Protests On Campuses & Moore! sticky icon

(Leroy Moore’s Note:  As you know Krip-Hop Nation have been connecting with musicians/activists with disabilities around the world for years especially in Africa and Krip-Hop Nation will be touring South Africa in November-December 10th.  Leroy has been following the protests on college campuses in South Africa especially at University of Cape Town with disabled activist, Kanyisa Ntombini who have been organizing Black disabled poor students around disability justice issue on that campus.  Kanyisa recorded an update for Krip-Hop Nation & Poor Magazine.  B

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Hello Friends & Supporters,
 

 

How are you? Thanks for your ongoing support of my/Krip-Hop Nation's work throughout the years! Now we come to one of our biggest dreams for Krip-Hop Nation, our South Africa Tour.

A Couple Gives Us A Superhero that Doesn’t Leave His Bed Physically, Graphic Novel: RECALL & GIVEN

Krip-Hop Nation:  Thank you  for agreeing to be interview.   This comic book, RECALL AND GIIVEN, is really about your relationship tell us how did you all meet and the turning points in this book.
 

In the White House, In the Community & Internationally, Ola Ojewumi, Give Her Views

  1. Leroy F. Moore Jr.:  You are a journalist, disability activist and Founder of ASCEND tell us why, when you enter these fields and some work that came out of them.

     

Magical Negro: From The Green Mile to Get Out: Black, Disability & Hollywood

The Magical Negro is a trope created by white people; the character is typically but not always "in some way outwardly or inwardly disabled, either by discrimination, disability or social constraint", often a janitor or prisoner.The character often has no past but simply appears one day to help the white protagonist.

It's A..... I Need My..... (Poem)

I need my walker
I can’t hear
I can’t breathe
I need my asthma inhaler
 
Dawan Gordon dragged like sack of potatoes
Daniel Harris tried to communicate with his hands
Eric Garner shouted 13 times
Anthony D. Clark gasped for air
 
It’s a toy truck
It’s a clock
It’s a colostomy bag
It’s sign lanuage
 

Twenty-One Black Disabled Trivia In Black History Month (Ongoing Trivia List, Please Make Yours)

1) This slave rescued other slaves and brought them to freedom. Who is she? What was her disability?

2) This famous soul singer in 1997 he wrote a book called Truly Blessed, about his life before and after his accident. Who is he?

3) This African American is the first deaf professional baseball player. Who is he?

4) This Black actor is an inspirational speaker who played in Boyz N in the Hood. Who is he?

Uncle & Nephew Teams Up To Take On Superhero, DMC #1 (Review)

My nephew, Tiburcio Garcia, 13 year old and lover of all kinds of books especially comic books and I, a lover of Hip-Hop had an honor not only to review D.M.C. first comic book but have been in contact with this living ledgend.  Krip-Hop Nation/Poor Magazine interviewed D.M.C in early Jan/17.  Now uncle & nephew of Poor Magazine teams up for a  review of D.M.C. first comic book DMC #1
 
DMC is the balance By Tiburcio Garcia, 13, POOR Magazine Youth skola
 

20 Years of Work, Looking Back From 1996 Up To Today

As Poor Magazine & Krip-Hop Nation celebrate their anniversay, Poor Magazine- 21 years & Krip-Hop Nation - 10 years, I thought it was a great time to look back of my work in the Bay Area since 1996.  I moved from CT/NY to SF, CA in 1991.  This is not to blow air in my head but to take time to track my work and give Black/Brown disabled youth a piece of plateform and mirror to build on or to make their own way. 

 

10 years 2007-2017 The Best of Krip-Hop Nation. Happy B. Day KHN

Press Release

January/2017

Krip-Hop Nation Tenth Anniversary CD Leroy F. Moore Jr.

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