Fall 2010 Session of PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente- Click on PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente to download the schedule
PeopleSkool - a poor & indigenous people-led liberation education arm of POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE is offering our Decolonization /DegentriFUKation seminar for folks with race, class &/or formal education privilege on Jan 23 11-4pm & 24th 10-2pm (with an active decolonization action at the Gil tract @3pm) -Day 1 of this wknd seminar is also Day 1 of PeopleSkool 4 Poverty Skolaz
Editors Note: Mr. Jose Villarreal is one of several power-FUL PNNPlantation prison correspondents. As currently and formerly incarcerated poor and indigenous peoples in struggle and resistance with all plantation systems in Amerikkka, POOR Magazine stands in solidarity with all folks on the other side of the razor wire plantation.
Chicano Nations: the Hemispheric Origins of Mexican American Literature by Harissa K Lopex. New York University Press 2011. 208 Pgs.
Low-income, Displaced, Youth and Families of Color Debate Donald Trump, Obama, Hilary Clinton, Ed Lee and Marco Rubio on San Francisco Propositions I, F & A
"Poor Peoples Politricksters Debate": The Demicans Vs the Republicrats
"They are bringing drugs, they are bringing crime, they are rapists and killers." Donald Trump said in one of his many hate-filled, racist comments about Mexican immigrants.
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Bueno parte de mi historia .
ERNESTO .El nombre que eligieron mis padres,
cuando naci eso hace ya mas de 52 años.
Ahora tengo un nombre espiritual que es YEI CIPACTLI en LENGUA NAHUATL
SIGNIFICA 3 COCODRILO, el # 3 YEI significa : CREACION
Y COCODRILO : donde se origino la vida y que emergio del agua yen su espalda traia los 4
colores del maiz.
Mi motivo principal de estar aqui, fue la noticia de que un bebe estaba en camino y seria el nuevo
Hi everybody: I just came back from an experience I don’t want to do again. I went through Homeland Parinoia better known as Homeland Securityrted on June 8, 2015. I went to visit a friends graduation in Seattle, Washington. I known her for a long time. She is a good friend of mine. I went through the Airport in San Francisco OK.
“There may not be many of us but enough to make a difference,” Devorah Major says in the persona of Mary Pleasant in one of the powerful poetic critiques on the displacement of Black San Franciscans in the new beautiful theatre work Classic Black showing through Sunday, June 7th as part of the San Francisco Arts Festival.