Illin n' Chillin


From Flagstaff to Flint -Some of our Communities Cant Drink Their Own Water

Some of our communities can’t even drink their own water because it’s so poisonous” said Klee Benally, a Dine revolutionary who works all over America but lives in Flagstaff, Arizona. Klee has done work to protect the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff from becoming a ski resort. But, the government went along with it anyways.

Mother/Activist, Kerima Çevik, Tells Why Police Crisis/Disability Training Is Not The Answer

photo description:  Kerima Cevik, Black woman with two braids & eye glasses holds a Krip-Hop Nation/5th Battalion CD on police brutality against people with disabilities.

 

HOW A POOR WHITE GUY GETS THROUGH HOMELAND SECURITY WITHOUT A PICTURE ID

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.

From Writing Hip-Hop Lyrics to Activism to Motherhood, Heather Waltkins Shares Common Experiences & More

I’ve been in San Francisco, CA since 1991 but I’m originally from New York//CT.  People call the Bay area the bubble and I agree with the nice weather, what used to be liberalism, all year around vegetables and fruits you can get spoiled or think that this is the only place to live.  

Keewantinawin: The Wind That Goes North

[image description: A beautiful black ink hand-drawn portrait of Jack Sun Keewatinawin, a tall, 21 year-old Cree man, drawn in a cross-hatch style. Jackson is smiling softly, wearing a t-shirt, and has long flowing black hair. In the background are bricks that are suggested with hand drawn dots. The drawing was commissioned by Tabitha Johnnie, Jacksun's younger sister, for their mother, Samantha, who has since passed away.]

 

Upcoming Film, A Small Temporary Inconvenience, Black Disabled Civcil Rights Activist, George Eames, In Louisiana 1950’’s- the 90’s

(Pic of George Washington Eames, Jr. aka Mr. Civil Rightssitting in his wheelchair with a Black hat, Black jacket covering a white shirt and a colorful tie)

Leroy Moore: So, give us your name.

Cleveland Bailey Jr.: OK, my official name is Cleveland Bailey Jr., but everybody calls me Cleve.

Leroy Moore: All right, Cleve. Can I call you Cleve?

Cleveland Bailey Jr.: Certainly.

Concussion Review

I'm going to be doing a review on the movie Concussion, a movie about football and the dangers of it.

You could hate or love this guy: his name was Doctor Omalu.

Hey Brother

Life is short for some people and life is long for others and it's hard to except the value of death. But without death there is no living life to the fullest. That's what Mark, a man who died too soon after a hemorrhage and facing the comeback of what the struggle can to people and sadly he had died leaving the world and going on his journey. Mark Flaherty a man who was born in 1969 and died in 2016.

A day For Mark Flaherty

The funeral started around 11 o' clock on a Thursday. At first it began cloudy then about a couple of minutes later it got sunny. The car he was in came, then his sister went along as some of his family and friends saw Mark for the last time. It was sad seeing Aunt Viv cry and depressing for most of his family. Then the pallbearers carried the casket toward the grave, then put it on top of something to carry the casket and lower it down.

A breeze for Mark

There was a small breeze that crawled through the graveyard in Vallejo, California. It seemed that that breeze was honoring along with us the amazing man Mark Flaherty who died January 28, 2016 at the age of forty-seven. When we got to the site of the funeral we saw a group of people spread out and waiting for the hearse.

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