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POOR Mamaz, Daddys, Daughters & Suns Stand with Ferguson, LA, Oakland and Palestine and all peoples in resistance to the Po'Lice/Military Terror that continues to murder, attack and terrorize our bodies of color in Amerikkka

POOR Magazine landless families of color struggling to survive through the violence of poverty, racism, criminalization, po'Lice terror, false borders, and militarization want to publicly declare the following:
 

Animals Are Healing

Aug 5, 2014

PeopleSkool has made me feel independent and heard, by writing about things that matter to me and other people at POOR Magazine. In POOR Community Newsroom at the beginning of July, I expressed my trauma from the medical treatment of my cat.

DJ Kuttin Kandi Spins Some Real Shit

Krip-Hop Nation (KHN) – So glad to finally getting a chance to interview you.  You had a health scare some time ago.  How are you feeling now?

The Crime of Elis Act Evictions

The People Charge Landlords With Elder Abuse for Ellis Act Evictions

(image: Remigio Fraga -Elder Activist with Idriss Stelley Foundation)- a co-sponsor of this action)

Reprinted from 48hills.org

On Wednesday, Feb 5th citing California Penal code 368...we, the evicted, gentrified, po'liced, elder and disabled, walked into the Hall of Justice in San Francisco to bring criminal charges of Elder Abuse against landlords for the perpetration of the crime of Ellis Act evictions against frail, elder, disabled and traumatized residents of San Francisco

Listen to The Conversation with Roosevelt Mitchell then Read My Review of His Book, Diary of a Disability Scholar

Guess where I met the author of Diary of a Disability Scholar Roosevelt Mitchell? Yes, on Facebook, but this was after I ran across Mitchell’s Kickstarter page for his book. I was excited about his book, being Black & disabled & putting out a book, got me stoke to get it. As I read & listened to the video on Mitchell’s Kickstarter page, I had questions from the start like the write up about Mitchell of him being the first person to write a sociological introspective viewpoint.

Claire Cunningham Dances To Her Own Song

(Photo by Sven Hagolani)

Krip-Hop Nation (KHN) I’m so excited to interview you, Claire, and have been following your work for years. I’m just going to come out in say it you are the only woman on crutches that do what you do.

Clair Cunningham: Cheers Leroy! That’s incredibly flattering.

KHN: Now you started as a classical singer tell us how did that turn into dancing and do you still sing?

African American Leaders Partner To Host First Annual Music, Art, and Self-Advocacy Event in 2014.

Community Empowerment Programs Incorporated (CEPI) is pleased to announce that our organization will be working extensively with

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