Leonard Peltier born on september 12, 1944 In North Dakota, U.S. He was part of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Not only was he part of the AIM, but he was a leader. Leonard was arrested in 1977. He was blamed for “murdering two FBI agents”; witnesses say Leonard did not shoot them. But more than 60 members of the American Indian Movement were murdered.
"Deserved to get surrounded
By heat-holding cops"
"Deserved to get grounded
With 21 shots"
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They want you to know
These are portrayals
They want to show
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Jan 27th & 28th -Untold,UnSold Black Brown Broke & Disabled Voices in Black Herstory Month- Book Tour & Benefit
Black, Brown, Broke & DIsabled Book Tour in Black Herstory Month celebrates Po Poets Project's Co-founder Leroy Moore's new poetry collection Black Kripple Delivers Poetry & Lyrics as well as the power-FUL unsold and untold voices of Black, Brown, Broke and Disabled poets in struggle and resistance from the Po Poets Project of POOR Magazine.
Editor's Note: Original artwork by Jose H. Villarreal, 2015.
The rays of light splash across the upper concrete walls of my prison “yard”. The sun so bright that the wire screen roof almost disappears from its brilliance. A swath of blue sky is stretched across its small patch like a tarp over the back of a pick up truck.
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.
The Ant trudged on with the tiny white speck in its hands, walking what appears at first glance to be aimlessly, but in all actuality is to a destination.
Editors Note: Yafeu 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.
The Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement and the PBHRM's First Amendment Campaign Presents:
In The Spirit of Proverbs 29:18
The Art of Resistance Movement