Local Poverty and Resistance


Violent Transportation- Ode to Nia Wilson & all our folks who lost their lives on BART

 

“Bart needs to step it up!”- Mother of Nia Wilson

 

At a candlelight vigil at MacArthur BART held for 18 year old Nia, she was remembered as a beautiful, kind soul who had a passion for music and helping people.

 

So Much Violence

As a kid, I found difficulty finding logic in why people committed brutal acts of violence and the motivation behind the crimes. From ordinary citizens to law enforcement the “jones” for violence and death has become the frightening norm for today’s way of life in our “sodom and gomorrah” -like country.

Ancestors and Art as Post-Katrina Resistance A Poverty Skola Tour Through New Orleans

“Wow, i didn’t even know that place was gone” New Orleans born and raised sisSTAR Ann, exclaimed as we rolled through the gentriFUKed and/or re-deviloped streets of the 9th ward, Algiers and Treme neighborhoods of New Orleans, to name a few.

 

PPEHRC Poor Peoples March on Washington

The Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC) is a movement that is based in Philadelphia and is run by formerly homeless, poor and currently homeless people like us here at Poor Magazine.

Live Music PoetryFrom From Incarcerated Prisoner

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 8:00pm - Sat, 06/30/2018 - 8:00pm

PLEASE COME SUPPORT  POOR MAGAZINE SCHOLAR / CO FOUNDER ARTST HEALER, ALDO DELLA MAGGIORA LIVE MUSIC / POETRY JUNE 29TH AND 30TH AT 8PM at the EXIT THEATRE.

156 EDDY ST NEAR POWELL ST  BART STATION IN SAN FRANCISCO.

$15-$25 SLIDING SCALE.  Please see instructions below and how to support Poor Magazine co-founder, Declonizer, fellow instructor, leader, Aldo Della Maggiora 

The Organized Poor Pt 2 Poor People March on Washington and HUD in honor of Dr/ King's March on Washington

“We are surrounded by Black Cops”, said Leroy Moore, with POOR Magazine and Krip Hop Nation about the 15 black cops who surrounded us houseless and formerly houseless mamas, uncles, children, and elders from the Poor People’s March when we walked humbly into the Washington DC office of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to demand our housing back.

 

“We are here to meet with Ben Carson,” we all said.

Went Down to the Rich (Wite) Man’s House: Poor and Unhoused People March on Washington DC for their lives and self-determination

Well I went down to the rich man’s house- to take back what he stole from me- take back my dignity- take back my humanity…..

 

Black and Brown Community Control of the Police...Organize Or Die!

We want an immediate end to POLICE BRUTALITY and the MURDER of Black people - The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.

 

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