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A Couple Gives Us A Superhero that Doesn’t Leave His Bed Physically, Graphic Novel: RECALL & GIVEN

Krip-Hop Nation:  Thank you  for agreeing to be interview.   This comic book, RECALL AND GIIVEN, is really about your relationship tell us how did you all meet and the turning points in this book.
 

In the White House, In the Community & Internationally, Ola Ojewumi, Give Her Views

  1. Leroy F. Moore Jr.:  You are a journalist, disability activist and Founder of ASCEND tell us why, when you enter these fields and some work that came out of them.

     

Peoples Investigation Launched 4 PoLice Terrorized Family

“This is Private Property!” the angry faced woman yelled at us from the reception desk as we walked into the office of the management of the Eastmont Mall “Town Center” on March 15th.

Sweeping us Like we are Trash - Press Conference

Sweeping Unhoused People Like we were Trash in Berkeley
Berkeley Police and Public Works Removes Hundreds of Unhoused People and Throws Away Belongings

What: Emergency Press Conference Demanding the Return of Belongings and Access to Liberated Ohlone Land to safely sleep on

Where: On Gilman Street at the foot of Hwy 80
When: Thurs, Jul 21st  at 4pm
 

PoLice Terrorized Family - Mama & Suns Testimony

I’m everything but broke.

I’m trying to make it home too. Cause I’m riding around in the same car that the police pulled me over in and drawed guns on me and my children on March 3, 2017. I need someone to trail me home now and make sure I make it from East Oakland to West Oakland safe while I left my children’s school.

Magical Negro: From The Green Mile to Get Out: Black, Disability & Hollywood

The Magical Negro is a trope created by white people; the character is typically but not always "in some way outwardly or inwardly disabled, either by discrimination, disability or social constraint", often a janitor or prisoner.The character often has no past but simply appears one day to help the white protagonist.

The Murder they called a Suicide: 19 year old Christopher Kalonji

On January 28, 2016, 19 year old Black Loved One, Christopher Kalonji, was in a mental health crisis and needed help.  His PTSD was in a flare up, and he became so anxious and distraught that he called 911 himself, requesting medical assistance.  Instead of getting help, police arrived and separated his family and friends from him, escalating the situation, and even called in a SWAT team.  Instead of providing help, police killed Christopher in his own home, where he had lived with his parents for 15 years.

Profiled for Being a Good Sun in BART: BART and its anti-poor people harassment increases

“What is your name,” a mechanical voice shouted through the receiver of my phone. Before  I could answer this bizarre beginning to a call, he added, “ What is your address, Where do you work, Do you have any other phone numbers…?” The barrage of accusatory questions with no basis continued for several minutes with me barely able to get a word in edgewise, and then.., “Do you have a 13 year old son?”, with this sentence… my heart began to race, my eyes started to blur and the the room began to warp.

Youth & Families Launch Love for Migrants, Muslims & Mother Earth in the Face of all this Hate

In the face of  the recent move by the Trump administration to approve the Dakota Access Pipeline , the Muslim ban, Betsey Devos and Jeff Sessions' approval, hiring of thousands of ICE agents and plans for a border wall, youth and families decided to respond with love.
 

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