Fall 2010 Session of PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente- Click on PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente to download the schedule
After 21 years of grassroots street based journalism, art, education and solutions from Unhoused, Black, Brown, Indigenous, Disabled and Criminalized Po Folks in resistance we are honoring that by any means necessary we made it this far and are here for the generations still to come.
Degentrification/ Decolonization seminar at PeopleSkool on the sacred land we unhoused, bordered, criminalized and displaced peoples cal Homefulness- with the goal of launching more Self-Determed poor and indigenous peoples led land reclamation movements like
When I was younger (and even now) I watched the Three Stooges and other old shows. I have always loved things from the 19th Century cartoons, songs, TV shows and elders. But, I always loved the Three Stooges. But then another night I was watching Three Stooges and I realized that the show was really racist. The show made black people look stupid and said all kind of racist slurs against different cultures.
How not to call the kkkops ever workshop. POOR MAGAZINE has praticed this concept for 20 years because walking this walk among a poor and indigenous peoples- led movement means facing our demons ALL THE TIME. This workshop will include and launch an ongoing teachinging on poor peoples/traumatized peoples accountability, how to redefine a western wite supremacist notion of security and hold each other through trauma and into a true definition of inter-dependent safety.
"Celebrating Black August " On Sunday, August 7th from 12pm-5pm. Hosted by MC Darkwon of Driver Plaza, we will be highlighting the moving resistance and freedom struggles of Black People internationally, sparked in the month of August and giving rise to the tradition of honoring these struggles within San Quentin Prison in August. WHERE: Driver Plaza "The Island" -61st and Adeline, North Oakland, 94608
Do you want to be a Voice for Change? Translation in Spanish follows.
Radio, On-Line Journalism & Book Publishing CLASS for Low-Income Youth, Adult, & Elders
Learn the Basics of radio production, on-line journalism, get your stories published, and your book published. All writers receive a stipend for completed work. No experience necessary - Beginners welcome.
All Classes offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
When: Orientation is 6:30pm-8pm, Tues., July 5th