Indigenous Resistance


The Dumbing Down of Youth of Color in Amerikkka

October 7, 2014

It would seem that common courtesy and respect to elders is a thing of the past.

In my most recent travels I have noticed more and more, as I greet strangers, especially youth of color, that they rudely ignore me and even stare at me indignantly.

A colleague of mine, Norma, actually overheard a white woman tell her children “Oakland is a dumpster. Oakland is part of California, but it is the worst part because all the poor people from all over the world come to Oakland.”

PNN-TV: Street Newzroom on Deep East TV: 35th Annual Xicana Moratorium Day 2014

35th Annual Xicana Moratorium Day: Displace Gentrification, Not Our Hoods

Sunday, August 31st, San Antonio Park, East Oakland (Ohlone Land)

Cease Fire!

Aug 5, 2014

Since Barack Obama, the alleged leader of the so-called free world, or any other world leader for that matter, doesn’t have the courage or integrity to do so, I have to take it upon myself to demand an immediate cease fire and direct assistance to the women and children of Palestine. I do this with the only weapon at my disposal: the truth!

I demand that Israel stop all attacks on Palestine immediately.

Are There Shared Principles in the US?

July 15, 2014

The shared principles of a Nation would be what drives the people forward (ideally, all of the people) to strive for collective objectives. Countries usually have shared principles which may not be shared by everyone, but the majority of the population usually share these beliefs, at least in theory.

African Outlet on the Attack

July 14, 2014

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, "The good old days, when renting without a lease was no problem, and business decisions were settled with handshakes, was when the African Outlet set up shop in Hayes Valley. With commercial rents on Octavia Street rising from $5,000 to $7,000 and beyond, those days are long gone."

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