Po'Lice Abuse/PIC


The Mysterious Death of John Visor

“Everyone in the hotel was saying how happy John was, that he would never have ended his own life,” power-FULL, superbabymama Stephanie Grant said through tears over the phone. Stephanie, who like John Visor, was a witness to the San Francisco poLice murder of Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat over a year and a half ago, was discussing the increasingly suspicious death of her long-time boyfriend and comrade John in the Mission hotel last week.

Reflections on SF BayView Newspaper

Youth Poverty Skolaz at Deecolonize Academy/POOR Magazine Summer Media Camp reflect on articles from the SF BayView Newspaper

 

Suicides inside of Lane Murray by Seven

Peoples Investigation Launched 4 PoLice Terrorized Family

“This is Private Property!” the angry faced woman yelled at us from the reception desk as we walked into the office of the management of the Eastmont Mall “Town Center” on March 15th.

PoLice Terrorized Family - Mama & Suns Testimony

I’m everything but broke.

I’m trying to make it home too. Cause I’m riding around in the same car that the police pulled me over in and drawed guns on me and my children on March 3, 2017. I need someone to trail me home now and make sure I make it from East Oakland to West Oakland safe while I left my children’s school.

The Murder they called a Suicide: 19 year old Christopher Kalonji

On January 28, 2016, 19 year old Black Loved One, Christopher Kalonji, was in a mental health crisis and needed help.  His PTSD was in a flare up, and he became so anxious and distraught that he called 911 himself, requesting medical assistance.  Instead of getting help, police arrived and separated his family and friends from him, escalating the situation, and even called in a SWAT team.  Instead of providing help, police killed Christopher in his own home, where he had lived with his parents for 15 years.

Brazil’s Urban Refugees and Autonomous Experiments in Community: São Paulo’s homeless are fighting police brutality and asking for international support

As Black liberation movement protests spread across the globe like wildfire, an encampment of homeless residents in São Paulo—South America's largest corporate hub—fights to survive gentrification and police violence.
 
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10, (11, 12 or 13) things You Can Do Instead of the Calling the Kkkops

10, (11 or 12) Things you can do to Not ever call the PoLice , CPS and APS - (the beginning of a life-long list created by POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE/Homefulness family.

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